Keris Valley

Skardu Valley

The Keris Valley is a village of Ghanche District Located Beside the Shyok River lying 40 km from Skardu in the east. 

The Keris Valley is a village of Ghanche District Beside the Shyok River lying 40 km from Skardu in the east. The valley is at the confluence of the Indus River, and the Shingo River which passes through Kharmang after originating in the Kargil region across the Line of Control.

This is a beautiful and historical Valley in Ghanche District of Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. This Valley is named after its know ruler Raja Keris and the Fort of Raja Keris is still there in the village. Another beauty enhancing element of this valley is its it location at the confluence of the Indus River, and the Shyok River. The on road distance of Keris Valley is about 40 km from Skardu City.


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