Babusar Pass is a mountain go at the north of the 150 km. (93 miles) long Kaghan Valley interfacing it through the Thak Nala with Chilas on the Karakoram Highway. It is the most astounding point in the Kaghan Valley that can be effectively reached via autos. Babusar Pass associates Gilgit Baltistan with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa area of Pakistan.
The ideal time to visit Babusar Pass is during summer months (extending from May to September). In May the extreme temperature is 11 C and the base temperature is 3 C . From the mid of July up to the end of September the street past Naran is open up to Babusar Pass.
In Kaghan valley the mountain framework is the most astounding of the range including the Babusar beat.
This range flanks the bank of the Kunhar, contains a pinnacle (Malika-e-Parbat) of more than 17,000 feet, the most astounding in the locale. On the mountains, the fields are likewise discovered where Gujars and different migrants move amid summer for munching their sheep, goats and different creatures.
On the northern side there are mountains which are the mesh of an indistinguishable mountain framework from Kaghan mountain range. This range veers from the eastern side at Musa-ka-Musalla a pinnacle (13,378 feet), which skirt the northern end of the Bhogarmang and Konsh valleys, and sends down a road to separate the two.