Howdy all. Today I wanted to share with you photos from my adventurous day trip from 2004 down the Khyber Pass. For more on the experience, check out my post – ‘When I Carried Up the Khyber’. You’ll see my dodgy guide Sohail in a couple of photos – overcharged me in a big way. I met someone who had used him later in the year and paid half of what I did. And it still stings!
The Khyber Pass is in Pakistan (mostly) and is a way through the mountains from Peshawar to the Afghan border and beyond. Anyways – Enjoy!
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7 thoughts on “The Khyber Pass – Through My Lens!”
Great photos of a strategic and historical location. Was the pass safe in those days?
safe on the Pakistan side. but you couldnt cross and i dont think you can today – although you may be able to cross afghanistan to Pakistan
Wow looks like a fascinating trip!
It was a day trip. and it was fascinating!
I’ve recently been watching travel videos on Pakistan, and it truly is a country that’s off-the-beaten path for many travelers, including myself. It looks like an incredible place with those sweeping landscapes you captured in your photos…I’d be keen on checking out the country someday, and hopefully soon! Thanks for sharing your intrepid adventures, Andy!
it seems a few travellers have gone there in the last couple of years. its quite a place!
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