White carpet in Ziarat after heavy snowfall. Photo provided by the author

Mir Salam Jogezai: 

ZIARAT: Experience the enchantment as Ziarat Valley transforms into a breathtaking winter wonderland, adorned with a pristine layer of six inches of snow in the city and eight inches on the majestic mountains. This recent snowfall has not only captivated the locals but has also become a magnet for thrill-seeking tourists eager to witness the mesmerizing scenes.


  1. Late Night Snowfall Delight:
    • The snowfall commenced late at night and continued its graceful descent until the early morning, transforming the landscape into a picture-perfect setting.

  1. Mountain Magic:
    • Ziarat’s mountains are now draped in a snowy blanket, creating picturesque vistas that are drawing the attention of onlookers. The contrast of the white snow against the rugged terrain is a sight to behold
  2. Local Joy and Tourist Delight:
    • Both local residents and tourists are reveling in the beauty of the snow-covered landscapes. Social media is abuzz with images capturing the joy and awe experienced by those fortunate enough to witness this natural spectacle.
  3. Winter Adventure:
    • The snowfall has turned Ziarat into a haven for winter enthusiasts, offering opportunities for activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. Adventurous spirits are making the most of this seasonal gift.
  4. Cold Intensity Soars:
    • With the snowfall, the region is experiencing a significant drop in temperature. Today’s minimum temperature plummeted to minus two degrees, adding a crisp chill to the air and enhancing the winter ambiance.

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