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    mountain bike
  • a bicycle with a sturdy frame and fat tires; originally designed for riding in mountainous country
  • (Mountain biking) Mountain biking is a sport which consists of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially adapted mountain bikes. Mountain bikes share similarities with other bikes, but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain.
  • A bicycle specially designed for off-road riding, typically with straight, flat handlebars, a heavier frame than road bikes, higher ground clearance, and wider tires, sometimes with knobs on them for greater traction
  • A bicycle with a light sturdy frame, broad deep-treaded tires, and multiple gears, originally designed for riding on mountainous terrain
    2000
  • 2000 (MM) was a leap year that started on a Saturday, in accordance with the Gregorian Calendar. It was the 2000th year of the Common Era or the Anno Domini designation, and the last year of the 20th century and of the 2nd millennium.
  • 2000 is the second album by hip hop artist Grand Puba of the group Brand Nubian, released in mid-1995 through Elektra Records.
  • The 2000 is a breakdance move which resembles a rapidly-spinning handstand. It is a type of spin in practice, but many consider it a power move because it is so flashy and is often begun with significant momentum like other power moves.

SIRI PAYE NARAN PAKISTAN By Muhammad Naeem Ghauri
SIRI PAYE NARAN PAKISTAN  By Muhammad Naeem Ghauri
Assalam u Alaikum, I know there are many threads already here on Flickr. But I think most of them lack the detailed information that future visitors require. so this is why I have started a new thread. We had a trip to Naran from 10 to 16 July 2010. Our Ride: Toyota Vitz2003 Model. Itinerary: Day1: Left Lahore at about 1245AM. Our route was via GT road Hassanabdal-Haripur-Hevlian-Abbotabad-Mansehra Then from Mansehra Bypass left KKH and turned towards Balakot-Kiwai-Shugran. Reached Shugran at about 3PM. Night stay in Shugran. Day2: Left early and went to Siri-Paye on rented jeeps. Left for Naran from Shugran and reached Naran by 4PM. Night stay in Hotel in Naran. Day3: Left early for Jalkhad and reached there at about 12 noon. Hired a jeep for Lulusar lake and reached there in an hour. Re-hired the same jeep and went to Babusar top. Returned from Babusar top to Naran and reached Naran by 7PM. Day4: Hired jeeps for Lake Saifulmuluk and visited the lake. Left Naran at about 10PM and reached back Lalore at 11:30 PM. Distances and Road Conditions: Islamabad-Hasan Abdal-Haripur: Approximate Time: 1hour 15 min. Three routes are possible. 1.The preferred one is via Motorway and exit on the Burhan Interchange. Then move a few KM's back towards Hassanabdal and turn on KKH. Excellent road condition but a few KM's more. 2.Other option is to take the G.T Road and reach Taxila and turn towards Hattar-Haripur road. Good road condition. 3.A third option is to turn towards the Khanpur-Haripur road before reaching Taxila. The shortest path but road condition is not so good. Haripur-Havelian-Abbotabad-Mansehra: The road is in good condition but is very narrow and the traffic load is very high.Lots and lots of trucks and buses and cars and everything specially between Abbotabad and Mansehra. You need to be an expert over taker on this road. In the evening crossing Abbotabad alone might take 30min. Approximate Time: 2 hours. Total Distance from Lahore-Islamabad 290KM Total Distance from Islamabad-Abbotabad 122KM Mansehra-Balakot-Kiwai: Once you leave KKH and turn towards Balakot there is excellent road and lot less traffic. Very enjoyable road. Mansehra-Balakot 48KM Balakot-Kiwai 24KM Approximate Time: 1 hour 45 min. Kiwai-Shugran: Steep ascend but any car can go there. Metaled road for most part. Approximate Time: 30min. Distance: 7KM Shugran-Siri Paye: Hardcore 4WD track for local jeeps. People with long 4WD drive vehicles like ( Vigo, Hilux, Surf, Prado) etc. should not try this track. There are a few points where the bends are quite narrow and longer jeeps need to forward/reverse a few times. Kiwai-Paras-Mahandri-Kaghan-Naran: Metaled road with a few bad spots due to land sliding. The main land sliding area is after crossing Paras where the complete road is washed away. The make shift track goes down to the river and is one way only. Approximate Time: 2 hours. Kiwai-Paras: 5KM Paras-Mahandri: 18KM Mahandri-Kaghan:15KM Kaghan-Naran: 24KM Naran-Batakundi-Jalkhad: Metaled road suitable for all type of vehicles. There was just one glacier which was blocking the road where you need to be extra careful. Otherwise it is the best road of the whole Kaghan valley. Approximate Time: 1 hour 30 min. Naran-Batakundi: 16KM Batakundi-Jalkhad: 20KM Jalkhad-Lulusar Lake: Unmetaled under construction road. Only suitable for high clearance vehicles. There was one particular water crossing near Besal where low ground clearance vehicles might get hit quite badly. Though we saw many Toyota Corolla's (2.0D and GLI) of 2011 and older models parked at the lake. Also we saw Suzuki Bolan's and Hiaces etc. there. But still my recommendation is to take a jeep from Jalkhad. Approximate Time: 50min. Distance: 26KM Lulusar Lake-Gitidas-Babusar Top: Under construction unmetaled road. Only suitable for 4WD vehicles. although we saw (I am not joking) a Suzuki Mehran coming down from Babusar top. Also there were Suzuki Bolan (Carry Dabba) coasters, Hiaces and motor bikes at the top. Still my recommendation is to get a jeep from Jalkhad. We should wait for 2-3 years for the road to be completed before taking our vehicles all the way upto Babusar Top. Approximate Time: 1 hour Distance: 18KM Jeep Fares: This was the peak season and the rates of jeeps were quite high. We rented the jeeps from Shogran to Siri-paye for Rs. 1400 each. Since we left on this trip at about 0700AM so this was the first trip of the jeeps and they charged us less. After 0800AM no jeep goes for less then Rs. 1800 because of the Jeep union and the tax that they receive from each jeep going up. From Naran to Saiful-Muluk the rate the jeeps were asking was 2200-2000 but we manged to get jeeps for Rs. 1800 only. A couple of weeks earlier this was Rs. 1500 but at this particular weekend their rate was sky high. For Naran-Lalazar-Jalkhad-Lulusar they were asking Rs. 4000 For Naran-Jalkhad-Lulusar-Babusar they were asking Rs. 5500-6500. For Jalkhad-Lulusar they were asking Rs. 1500
SIRI PAYEE NARAN PAKISTAN By Muhammad Naeem Ghauri
SIRI PAYEE NARAN PAKISTAN  By Muhammad Naeem Ghauri
"Amaizing landscapes, lovely lakes and great weather" Assalam u Alaikum, I know there are many threads already here on Flickr. But I think most of them lack the detailed information that future visitors require. so this is why I have started a new thread. We had a trip to Naran from 10 to 16 July 2010. Our Ride: Toyota Vitz2003 Model. Itinerary: Day1: Left Lahore at about 1245AM. Our route was via GT road Hassanabdal-Haripur-Hevlian-Abbotabad-Mansehra Then from Mansehra Bypass left KKH and turned towards Balakot-Kiwai-Shugran. Reached Shugran at about 3PM. Night stay in Shugran. Day2: Left early and went to Siri-Paye on rented jeeps. Left for Naran from Shugran and reached Naran by 4PM. Night stay in Hotel in Naran. Day3: Left early for Jalkhad and reached there at about 12 noon. Hired a jeep for Lulusar lake and reached there in an hour. Re-hired the same jeep and went to Babusar top. Returned from Babusar top to Naran and reached Naran by 7PM. Day4: Hired jeeps for Lake Saifulmuluk and visited the lake. Left Naran at about 10PM and reached back Lalore at 11:30 PM. Distances and Road Conditions: Islamabad-Hasan Abdal-Haripur: Approximate Time: 1hour 15 min. Three routes are possible. 1.The preferred one is via Motorway and exit on the Burhan Interchange. Then move a few KM's back towards Hassanabdal and turn on KKH. Excellent road condition but a few KM's more. 2.Other option is to take the G.T Road and reach Taxila and turn towards Hattar-Haripur road. Good road condition. 3.A third option is to turn towards the Khanpur-Haripur road before reaching Taxila. The shortest path but road condition is not so good. Haripur-Havelian-Abbotabad-Mansehra: The road is in good condition but is very narrow and the traffic load is very high.Lots and lots of trucks and buses and cars and everything specially between Abbotabad and Mansehra. You need to be an expert over taker on this road. In the evening crossing Abbotabad alone might take 30min. Approximate Time: 2 hours. Total Distance from Lahore-Islamabad 290KM Total Distance from Islamabad-Abbotabad 122KM Mansehra-Balakot-Kiwai: Once you leave KKH and turn towards Balakot there is excellent road and lot less traffic. Very enjoyable road. Mansehra-Balakot 48KM Balakot-Kiwai 24KM Approximate Time: 1 hour 45 min. Kiwai-Shugran: Steep ascend but any car can go there. Metaled road for most part. Approximate Time: 30min. Distance: 7KM Shugran-Siri Paye: Hardcore 4WD track for local jeeps. People with long 4WD drive vehicles like ( Vigo, Hilux, Surf, Prado) etc. should not try this track. There are a few points where the bends are quite narrow and longer jeeps need to forward/reverse a few times. Kiwai-Paras-Mahandri-Kaghan-Naran: Metaled road with a few bad spots due to land sliding. The main land sliding area is after crossing Paras where the complete road is washed away. The make shift track goes down to the river and is one way only. Approximate Time: 2 hours. Kiwai-Paras: 5KM Paras-Mahandri: 18KM Mahandri-Kaghan:15KM Kaghan-Naran: 24KM Naran-Batakundi-Jalkhad: Metaled road suitable for all type of vehicles. There was just one glacier which was blocking the road where you need to be extra careful. Otherwise it is the best road of the whole Kaghan valley. Approximate Time: 1 hour 30 min. Naran-Batakundi: 16KM Batakundi-Jalkhad: 20KM Jalkhad-Lulusar Lake: Unmetaled under construction road. Only suitable for high clearance vehicles. There was one particular water crossing near Besal where low ground clearance vehicles might get hit quite badly. Though we saw many Toyota Corolla's (2.0D and GLI) of 2011 and older models parked at the lake. Also we saw Suzuki Bolan's and Hiaces etc. there. But still my recommendation is to take a jeep from Jalkhad. Approximate Time: 50min. Distance: 26KM Lulusar Lake-Gitidas-Babusar Top: Under construction unmetaled road. Only suitable for 4WD vehicles. although we saw (I am not joking) a Suzuki Mehran coming down from Babusar top. Also there were Suzuki Bolan (Carry Dabba) coasters, Hiaces and motor bikes at the top. Still my recommendation is to get a jeep from Jalkhad. We should wait for 2-3 years for the road to be completed before taking our vehicles all the way upto Babusar Top. Approximate Time: 1 hour Distance: 18KM Jeep Fares: This was the peak season and the rates of jeeps were quite high. We rented the jeeps from Shogran to Siri-paye for Rs. 1400 each. Since we left on this trip at about 0700AM so this was the first trip of the jeeps and they charged us less. After 0800AM no jeep goes for less then Rs. 1800 because of the Jeep union and the tax that they receive from each jeep going up. From Naran to Saiful-Muluk the rate the jeeps were asking was 2200-2000 but we manged to get jeeps for Rs. 1800 only. A couple of weeks earlier this was Rs. 1500 but at this particular weekend their rate was sky high. For Naran-Lalazar-Jalkhad-Lulusar they were asking Rs. 4000 For Naran-Jalkhad-Lulusar-Babusar they were aski

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