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Gorakh Hills

Type of Attraction: Sights & Landmarks

Activities: Bonfire, Camping, Stargazing, Sky Lantern, Jeep ride, Hiking, and Trekking

Check-ins: Fountain of Gorakh Hills (Hengar Spring), Road to Gorakh Hills, Wahi Phandi (a nearby village), Sehwan, Benazir Point (Zero Point)

Gorakh Hill Station:

Location: Gorakh Hill (Sindhi: گورک‎) (Urdu: گورکھ‎) is a hill station in Sindh, Pakistan. It is situated at an elevation of 5,689 ft (1,734 m) in the Kirthar Mountains, 94 kilometers (58 mi) northwest of Dadu City.

Importance: The name Gorakh is derived from the Sindhi language in which, the word “Gorakhnath” refers to a popular Hindu Saint associated with the deity Shiva and the Balochi-language word “Gurkh” is a later dialectic adaptation of the Sindhi language word Gorakh. Still, there is no connection between Persian Gurg and Balochi Gurkh means wolf in the word of Sindh language. The name is believed to be derived from the original Word Gorakh either of Sanskrit or Sindhi language, which means very difficult and intricate.

Climate: Gorakh’s elevation gives it an exceptional climate, with sub-zero temperatures during winter and generally below 20 °C (68 °F) in summer, with about 120 mm of average annual rainfall.

Distance from Karachi: It is 423 km (263 mi) from Karachi, nearly 7 hours of driving distance.