Shandur Top (el. 12,200 feet (3,700 m)) situated in Chitral District, Chitral-Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Shandur is frequently called the ‘Top of the World’. The top is level, a level and can be gone between late April and early November. The evaluation is slow, and the zone is crossed by abundant little streams during summer. The limit line between Ghizer District and Chitral District is additionally arranged in Shandur Top in Punji-Lasht according to the universal limit law division by watershed at first delineated by Lt. Col AG Durand( otherwise called Durand limit line).
Consistently there is a polo coordinate played on Shandur Top between the groups of Chitral District and Ghizer District.
Shandur Pass is one of the significant mountain goes of Chitral-Gilgit-Baltistan.