Haramosh Valley is located in Gilgit District, Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. It is 4578 meters above sea level in the north of Gilgit city. The distance of Haramush valley from Gilgit city is about 78 km. It is a vast valley and has 8 major villages including Panochal, Shota, Si, Dasu, Harban, Bachhe, Jotial and Kholtru.
Among the mountain ranges of this valley, Laila Peak, Mani Peak and Haramoosh Peak are notable. The famous glaciers of the valley include Haramosh Glacier, which is one of the largest glaciers in the region and Katwal glacier, Mani glacier and Buska glacier. The valley is surrounded by the Karakoram mountain range.
The specialty of Wadi Haramush is that it is greener with the steep climb here, the waterfalls become more attractive after a new twist on the water. Huge fountains of water are seen springing up everywhere. These cold, sweet and healthy waters energize the apricot, apple, walnut and pear orchards on the chest of this earth. Rainfall from the clouds turns the mountain slopes and the valley into a green velvet carpet. There is always a chance of rain in the valley, even if the sun seems to be shining in its full glory. Reaching the place of Phengi, many small villages can be seen between Supli and Phengi.