The region of Pakistan where the temperature dropped to minus 44 degrees Celsius, the Siachen region located on the border of Gilgit and Kashmir is the coldest place in the country. According to the details, the wave of severe cold continues throughout Pakistan. While the blood-curdling cold in the northern regions has brought normal life to a complete standstill
There is one area in Pakistan where the temperature has dropped to minus 44 degree Celsius. The Siachen region located on the border of Gilgit and Kashmir that’s why it is the coldest place in Pakistan and has been declared as the coldest place in the country. The temperature at Siachen has dropped to minus 44 degrees Celsius. However, despite this blood-curdling cold, the soldiers of the Pakistan Army are performing their duties well to protect the country on the Siachen front.
What is the temperature of the coldest place in Pakistan?
The severe cold wave continues in most parts of the country, the Meteorological Department says that the weather is likely to remain cold, dry and partly cloudy in most parts of the country today. The coldest place in the country was Astor, where the minimum temperature was recorded at minus 15 degrees Celsius. Various seasonal diseases have also increased due to blood-curdling cold in Astor district of Gilgit Baltsan. Due to the increase in diseases in Astor, there is a rush of patients in the DHQ hospital due to which the hardships of the people have increased.
Minus 13 degree Celsius was recorded in Skardu, Minus 11 in Bagrot, Minus 9 in Gopus and Malam Jabba, Minus 8 in Quetta, Minus 6 in Kalat and Dir, while Minus 3 degree Celsius was recorded in Murree. Skardu is an important city and district of Gilgit-Baltistan. Skardu city is a beautiful city surrounded by the mountains of Karakoram and Himalayas. Skardu is also the main city of Baltistan district. Millions of domestic and foreign tourists visit Skardu every year.
Skardu is the largest city of Baltistan, with a population of around two and a half lakh. Skardu city is the commercial center of Baltistan as well as the center of health, education and political and social activities. Ada is also there, from the city of Skardu one can go to the world’s highest natural park Deosai and the world’s second highest peak Tou.
The highest peak in the Skardu District is K2 (8,611 m), which is the highest peak in Pakistan and its two dependent territories and is the second-highest peak in the world. The Baltoro Muztagh, the subrange of the Karakoram Mountains that includes the mighty peaks of K2 (8,611 m), Broad Peak that’s why it’s too cold.
The Godwin-Austen Glacier is a glacier in the Karakoram Range and is close to K2, the second tallest peak on Earth, in Gilgit–Baltistan, Pakistan. It is the highest mountain peak in Pakistan. Its confluence with the Baltoro Glacier is called Concordia and is a popular trekking destination as it provides views of four of the five eight-thousanders in the region due to this this is the coldest place in Pakistan.