Shandur Top “Roof of the World” in Chitral Pakistan
Shandur Top (el. 12,200 feet (3,700 m) is located in Chitral Pakistan and is often called the ‘Roof of the World’. Shandur top is flat, a plateau, and can be reached somewhere in the months of late April and early November. The area is crossed by small streams of water during summer that looks plentiful.
Every year, there is a polo match festival played on Shandur Top between the home teams of Chitral and guest teams from other regions. Shandur Pass is one of the major mountain passes between Chital and Gilgit-Baltistan. Shandur invites visitors to experience a traditional polo tournament which since 1936 has been held annually. Read More – Bunda Cliffs – Where the Earth Ends?