Duration        17 days
Distance        123.5 km
The glaciated Darkot An at the Yasin valley head is more easily corossed from north to south, even though access to its north side takes several days. The most desirable route for this trek fro Ishkoman to Yasin is via the Karambar Valley, the dividing line between the Hindu Raj and Karakoram ranges. The rugged Karambar Valley leads to some of northern Pakistan's most scenic places and largest alpine meadows used by Gujars in Karambar and by Wakhi in Broghil. The valley was appar apparently an ancient Buddhist pilgrimage route from Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor to Gilgit via the Khodarg Werth Pass.
An alternative more challenging start to the trek is possible from Chapursan by preceding this trek with the Chilinji An and Qalander Uween trek joining this trek at Chilinj