Naltar is a valley close Gilgit, Hunza and Nomal, Gilgit Baltistan in the Gilgit–Baltistan area of Pakistan. Naltar is 40 km (25 mi) from Gilgit and can be come to by jeeps. Naltar is a forested (pine) town known for its natural life and radiant mountain view. Presently the correspondence is accessible by the endeavors of Pakistan armed force signal corps (SCO uncommon correspondence association). There are ski lifts under the ‘Ski Federation of Pakistan’. Transport is accessible from Gilgit to Naltar yet during a particular time after that claim course of action.
Ski rivalries are held at Naltar under the supervision of PAF. Naltar Bala and Naltar Pine are two towns of Naltar valley. N.Pine Is a good ways off of 34 kilometers (21 mi) and Naltar Bala at 40 kilometers (25 mi) from Gilgit. There is a primary town known as Nomal between Naltar valley and Gilgit. A street from Nomal goes to ‘The Silk Route’ to China.
Naltar Wildlife Sanctuary:
The Naltar Wildlife Sanctuary is an ensured territory in the valley that was set up on 22 November 1975.
There are three lakes in the Naltar valley known as ‘Bashkiri Lakes’ a ways off of 13 kilometers (08 mi) from Naltar Bala. The street from town to the lakes is nonmetallic and thin nearby a stream all through this street originating from the mountains. In winter it is practically difficult to arrive at the lake through any vehicle because of the day off (to 15 feet high) out and about.