Pishin Valley

Pishin, Balochistan

Pishin Valley

Pishin Valley Quetta is famous for thousands of fruit orchard and crops, located in Pishin, Balochistan, Pakistan. It is about 50 kilometers away from Quetta city in District Pishin in the northwest of Balochistan province of Pakistan.

Pishin Valley Pakistan weather is almost cold in winter, and normal in summer days, as can be seen, because of its cool cool weather, high mountains covered with snow, all the side of the valley beautiful clean flawless lakes flowing, attracts many visitors and tourists Simultaneously.

Moreover, This valley is a full of fertile land, there local people can have all the time different variety of superior quality fresh fruits and vegetables at lunch and dinner, this is also a main reason of their beauty of Pishin Valley Quetta.

Similarly, there is an artificial manmade lake known as Karez, which is only used for irrigation purpose, it's very maintained clean and clear lake. In the Meantime, at Pishin valley, plenty of sports activities can be arranged like Horse Riding, Motor cycling, Dare devil motor car driving and many other activities organized for all in a very conventional way.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

وادی پشین‎

Category

Valley

Rating
Location Pishin, Balochistan
City / Town Quetta
State Balochistan
Country Pakistan
Address

Pishin Valley, Balochistan

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 30.5835197718289 °N,    67.0019245147705 °E


Travelor Instructions

Pishin Valley Quetta Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours Open


Pishin Valley Map




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