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    -Intro-
    There were lyrics, perhaps unbeknownst, at the time, reminiscing, perhaps more often than we would have cared for, perhaps more often than was appreciated. They, the lyrics, went on from milestone to milestone, from one achievement to the next, from one hurdle till the other. “As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death……”

    It is that fear of the unknown, that desire to succeed, that want to want more, that camaraderie, that essence, that fulfillment, that self actualization, that focus, that function, that made us proud to be men during the week of 15<sup>th</sup> July – 22<sup>nd</sup> July 2011.

    Conception started eons ago, almost as soon as the first Team Unimog (TU) Punga tour (https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/4x4...nimerg-butogah) ended. That TU trip was inconceivable for matters that are too plenty to cover again. TU decided that it was important that such trips be restricted to a cycle of 2 years. Mature words, but perhaps spoken to soon. Not all the G4 could make that trip, and for those unacquainted with the acronym, G4 is nomenclature used to describe 4 of us with too many kind traits for Pakwheels to accept and not censor. Suffice is to say that “Your Enemy’s My Enemy” is our moto. Anyways, hence, two years seemed too distant.

    Fast forward, TU had a strange addition, surprisingly, it wasn’t a Unimog, but I guess friendship and company is thicker than steel and a chassis. It wasn’t German, and it wasn’t even the same classification. You’ll see it as you continue to frequent this thread I hope. The same two Unimogs that you are well acquainted with were stripped through and through the whole year, all pending the experience the drivers gained last time around. I cannot count the number of critical spares that were carried, for all three vehicles. I cannot, unfortunately, also count, and for our wives’ peace of mind, the amount of Quaid-e-Azams we had to let go off, empty, empty wallets- also, to the gallows with online and mobile banking!

    13, the so called “unlucky number”, was the actual number of people who would go down and make history on this trip. 13 people, 13 men, of different backgrounds, of different ages, would forever imprint their memories with an out worldly experience. For many, it would be the first time they would have looked at our country, the beautiful Pakistan, in a completely new light. For others, who were better travelled within Pakistan, they obviously keep seeing things that beckon them to come back again and again.

    The route, though decided well in advance, was at the mercy of Mother Nature. Landslides, flooding, law and order, altitude, river crossings and other fragile infrastructure, would all have to be taken into account. Resident locals, as many contacts as we were able to obtain, were critical in providing us with up-to-date and validated information. With all constants and variables where they were, the route was decided and set in stone unless mishaps on the way made way for contingencies.

    Lahore (for Lahoris) - Islamabad – Abbotabad – Mansehra – Ballakot – Kaghan – Naran – Jalkhad – Lulusar Lake – Gitidas – Babusar Pass – Chillaas – Jaglot – Astore – Chillum Chowkey – Sheosar Lake (Deosai) – Kaala Paani (Deosai) – Bara Paani (Deosai) – Teesra Paani (Deosai) – Sadpara Lake - Skardu – Shiggar – Skardu – Lower Kachura at Shangrilla – Soak Nala – Lower Kachura – KKH (Skardu – Gilgit Road) – Jaglot – Chillaas – Babusar Pass – Gitidas – Lulusar Lake – Jalkhad – Naran – Kaghan – Ballakot – Mansehra – Abbotabad – Islamabad – Lahore (for Lahoris)

    Whilst this is a mere introduction, and by no means exhaustive, expect additions to keep coming your way. Notables, and worthy mentions include, but are not limited to Nanga Parbat, and the various views we got of the majestic peak from parts of the KKH and Deosai. Road conditions on a whole were extremely poor, owing to the rebuild of the KKH, and the floods of the recent past. These conditions were not only tormenting for us, but more so for the three stallions that we were riding. Perhaps the most enjoyable and memorable parts of the trips were our camps which would have scored no less than 5-Stars on any hospitality matrix. The highlights for our rides were definitely the water crossings at Bara Paani and Teesra Paani in Deosai (one of the largest and highest Plateaus of the world).

    It is prohibitively challenging to summarize 7 days of travel in a few paragraphs, so I hope you will sit back and thoroughly enjoy the pictures and videos.

    -Outro-
    With that being said, many of us who participated will miss each other the most, and in closing I quote simple words Bo Jackson said some while ago; “If I miss anything about the sport, it’s the camaraderie of teammates.”

    - Team Unimog, Pakistan



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    The horses at Soak Nala, between Upper Kachura and Lower Kachura
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    The Fields of Gold
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    Shangrilla Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistian, Pakistan
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    The Droplet of Sheosar Lake, Deosai
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    Wonderful gift from a wonderful friend - Janj


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    I will miss her, that RKR. She will always be the one that got away.
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    Butt is Butt

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    my picture but noo comments ........not fair, oh common atlest es main toh acha he lag rha hooon
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    I have gone through all of the thread and it has given me nothing but inspiration .
    I am not a team player and bit of an introvert but these pictures (and description of-course) have had a profound impact on me ; such that I've promised myself to go on an expedition to explore northern Pakistan.
    Alone probably.
    "The eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility. The fact that it is comprehensible is a miracle." (Albert Einstein)

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    Yes from Day-3 onwards, he was the James Butt of TU13, khush hein butt sb?

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    Killer Shot, Great Pictures DD!

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    Thumbs up Stay Tuned, You might turn into a Team Player :)

    Thank You

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    I have gone through all of the thread and it has given me nothing but inspiration .
    I am not a team player and bit of an introvert but these pictures (and description of-course) have had a profound impact on me ; such that I've promised myself to go on an expedition to explore northern Pakistan.
    Alone probably.
    When Nothing else do the Job "ҐЄຊ๓ પฑḭ₥φ౸" has the solution. http://www.facebook.com/team.unimog

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    Default Lovely Set Again Rao!

    Lovely pictures Rao!


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    I'd heard so much about Deosai, and really wanted to see if it would live up to all the hype. I'm happy to report that it did, and passed with flying colors. It was a really different experience and one that you have to experience for yourself if you have not.

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    This was the beginning of Deosai, you have to get through the Chillum Chowki Army Checkpost first. Once beyond the checkpost, its a nice climb, not extremely challenging, but its 10,000 ft to 14,000 ft at Sheosar Lake, which I believe is the highest point at Deosai National Park. You do this in 1.5 hours.

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    Khocha showing off again.
    He's so camera friendly this guy!

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    And as you can clearly see, I need to be coached left right and center on how to show off and not look like an idiot. I'm happiest behind the camera.

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    Fihsak the Pointer, I mean Navigator.

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    This picture gives you the true essence of Deosai. No vegetation beyond 8-10 inches big. There just isn't enough oxygen for tree life.

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    Up at the far side of this valley, I noticed some wildlife. So I decided I was destined to take some close up pics. Unfortunately, that meant we had to go off road, Kashif was Pointing, and was not about to hold me back. So we headed off the road, and the only then realized this whole area was actually very similar to quick sand, or quick grass. We really had to chose where we went. To my dismay, the more we felt we were getting closer to the wild life, the more the animals kept moving north. So we had to call it quits for the animal chase. On the way back, we found a lovely offroad track, and went for it alone. It was very rocky and airing down tires to 24 PSI helped us quite a bit. A little nerve wracking, I didn't obviously get any pictures of the track, and I'm not sure if the others watching us goofing around did.

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    I really like this one. As you can see, we were a long way from the Mogs. Good the Mogs didn't follow, as due to their weight, they could have potentially sunk in this gooey grass.

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    Back on the road, and yes, that's the Killer in the background. Nanga Parbat. So we're at almost 14,000 ft and this thing is nearly twice the altitude.

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    There was another convey with us, these clouds.


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    The road to Nanga Parbat. I wish!! I wouldn't have gone anywhere else. I was totally taken aback by the beauty of this mountain. Perhaps it was because it was the first time I was seeing it.

    PS. Way too much dust on my camera's sensor, sorry, not much I could do about it.

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    Smile The Reason its called DeoSai

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    Lightbulb Astore to Chilum - Lunch

    Lovely Set, Sorry Rao I am little slow.

    The bhindi was amazing, though both Romano and Kashif took retirement from half-cooked bhindi till breakfast, so the BeeMoggers took over the department till next breakfast!

    I heard someone complaining that this tent is too technical to put onn, I am going for sleep in DeeMog


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    We stopped close en route to Chillum, which is known for its passage way into the Great Plains of Deosai. Hunger, plainly, was the reason. Whenever food was asked of, the deadly duo of Romano and Kashif was there for the rescue. An amazing Bhindi dish was prepared by both of them. We too respite from the lovely fresh water that was flowing right next to the site. It was a long break, and a break that was well needed after a long but wonderful journey from Astore.

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    Talk about a difference in enthusiasm! Looks like Kashif likes cooling more than others like waiting for the food to be cooked.


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    The rocks and sediments in the water enabled out worldly colors.

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    The lands around Astore in the background.

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    ohhhh yeah i have seen his driving on skardu to jaglot road where he was doing some 90ish on the clock not even bothered by loaded trucks having tons of cargo at their back....

    the conversation v had of which some is
    Fihsak: side p le lo agay se loaded truck araha hay....
    rao: kahan hay, acha anay do apna kaam karega...

    truck driver: *&$#&^&#^@$@(^#$(&@^$(@#
    rao: bach gaya kameena...

    fihsak: kia kar raha GG abhi truck ko vich kar deta river indus me.....
    rao: sorry yaar, i didnt meant that

    @fihsak

    Well judging by your narration, think he is category 'A' material.....imagine the potential if he has the handling of an EVO!

    @RAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITSU_MAN View Post
    @fihsak

    Well judging by your narration, think he is category 'A' material.....imagine the potential if he has the handling of an EVO!

    @RAO

    Desi daaaakaaaar.......despite that huge bulging tummy, is not for you amigo.....go for the real thing!
    For touring the north, you can do that once you get my age!
    Hain?! Don't be jealous of the world's biggest single ab amigo.
    Hann, hann, tum logg tou waiqai mein Senegal waalay Cholistan or Mithi etc etc mein rallying karr tein ho bro No bigger desi Dakaar than that amigo.

    I know what you're trying to do here Mitsu, no, I'm not spending my life trying to catch the Vigo or Evo in front of me and them rolling over trying to catch me

    We are a peaceful people, and we like to take a dump in the bush, not at some vadeyra's imported italian semi erected bathroom in the middle of the desert with automatic flushes Read... we are poor people.

    All this holds true, unless you want to donate your EVO to this lost, big stomach, desi dakaaaaar man. Be a sport mate, be charitable! Let the world see your humility, plus its Ramadan.

    Rao.
    I will miss her, that RKR. She will always be the one that got away.
    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITSU_MAN View Post
    @fihsak

    Well judging by your narration, think he is category 'A' material.....imagine the potential if he has the handling of an EVO!

    @RAO

    Desi daaaakaaaar.......despite that huge bulging tummy, is not for you amigo.....go for the real thing!
    For touring the north, you can do that once you get my age!
    yaar Mitsu "they do it in DAKAR in your age" and you are retiring young.... kia yeh khulla tazaad nahi
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    Bash, thanks.

    DD and other photogs who contributed, great set of pictures of Deosai! Lovely work guys.

    Rao.
    I will miss her, that RKR. She will always be the one that got away.
    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    DD, you are indeed a very "rare" person. Loved the rarity of your rare photos.

    Rao.
    I will miss her, that RKR. She will always be the one that got away.
    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basharatu View Post
    Lovely Set, Sorry Rao I am little slow.

    The bhindi was amazing, though both Romano and Kashif took retirement from half-cooked bhindi till breakfast, so the BeeMoggers took over the department till next breakfast!

    I heard someone complaining that this tent is too technical to put onn, I am going for sleep in DeeMog
    yes i heard that too.... must be someone softie from TU13
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    Another hour very well spent

    thanks GG for the lush pictures of the beautiful Deosai and narration
    thanks DD for the rare pictures

    khochay tu bohat fotogenic pathan hey

    great pics all the shooters

    loved the KILLER DEEMOG shots

    and loved the Tora Bora on Deosai with Mountain on the background

    Thank you guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by raohamid View Post
    Hain?! Don't be jealous of the world's biggest single ab amigo.
    Hann, hann, tum logg tou waiqai mein Senegal waalay Cholistan or Mithi etc etc mein rallying karr tein ho bro No bigger desi Dakaar than that amigo.

    I know what you're trying to do here Mitsu, no, I'm not spending my life trying to catch the Vigo or Evo in front of me and them rolling over trying to catch me

    We are a peaceful people, and we like to take a dump in the bush, not at some vadeyra's imported italian semi erected bathroom in the middle of the desert with automatic flushes Read... we are poor people.

    All this holds true, unless you want to donate your EVO to this lost, big stomach, desi dakaaaaar man. Be a sport mate, be charitable! Let the world see your humility, plus its Ramadan.

    Rao.
    @RAO

    Hahahaha......almost fell off my chair laughing!
    Charitable EVO....hahaha....good one, but sadly, ain't happening amigo!
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee View Post
    yaar Mitsu "they do it in DAKAR in your age" and you are retiring young.... kia yeh khulla tazaad nahi
    @Deedee

    My age amigo, the dump and daakaaaar are more critical than the actual Dakar
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITSU_MAN View Post
    @Deedee

    My age amigo, the dump and daakaaaar are more critical than the actual Dakar
    what a lame excuse from amigo .... Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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    Quote Originally Posted by accord7362 View Post
    DeeDee Ustad chaa gayee hooo
    double thumb up Jay hoo APP kee
    hahaha no ustaadi there boy.... it was like i knew Raohamid's offroading capabilities and also tora bora with energy drink..... this is a parallel abandan track to shoesar lake and was in worst condition..


    Quote Originally Posted by ams0007 View Post
    dee dee bohat alla coverage 10/10, ess main 1 number comments ka hai
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    what is this rare thing ??
    thanks Asad.... rare picture is rare picture and nothing but the rare picture....
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