Gorakh Hill is a high height 5,688 ft (1,734 meter) levels in the region of Sindh facied as a Hill Station. It is situated in the Kirthar Mountains 93 km north west of Dadu city or aproximatly 500 Kilometers from Karachi. Gorakh Hill is spread more than 2,500 sections of land (10 km2)
The Plateau likewise serves as entryway for the villagers of Khuzdar District, Balochistan, who approach the town, Wahi Pandi, in Sindh’s portion of Kirthar, around a third route downhill from Gorakh Hill Station… for buying nourishment and other Utilities. Gorakh is a Hill Station of Sindh. Pakistan. It is masterminded at an ascent of 5,689 ft (1,734 m) in the Kirthar Mountains, 94 kilometers (58 mi) northwest of Dadu city. Gorakh’s stature gives it an extraordinary environment, with beneath zero temperatures amidst winter and all things considered underneath 20 °C in summer, with around 120 mm of typical yearly precipitation. Unmistakable appraisals have been given about the history and foundation of the incline station. It is said that the tremendous medieval blessed individual, Sri Gorakhnath Ji, had broadly wound in inclines and the region. That is the reason; various spots are named after him.

Gorakh (Sindhi: گورک‎), (Urdu: گورکھ‎) is a Hill Station of Sindh, Pakistan. It is situated at an elevation of 5,689 ft (1,734 m) in the Kirthar Mountains, 94 kilometres (58 mi) northwest of Dadu city.



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