07/06/2016

Fundraiser for new bridge in Bachor region

Earlier this year the bridge that connects Yashilkul and Zarojkul with the beautiful Pamiri village of Bachor was washed away by the Andaravj River. Our friends in Bachor who organise treks in this area, are raising funds to get the bridge repaired. If you have some cash to spare and want to keep the trekking route between these key places open, please go the this page and make a small donation to this great cause. Thanks! Below is the bridge we're talking about.


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