The charming Fairy Meadows is a natural grass land located at the foot of Nanga Parbat , which is ninth highest mountain of the World in Himalayan Range. It is overlooking the Raikot Glacier . The name of this fantastic green pasture land Fairy Meadow was first named in 1934 by a German Climber Willy Merki who died with 10 others mountaineers while climbing this mountain. The name of this invigorating fairy meadows was given by German climber Willy Merkl, who was highly impressed by the splendor and beauty of this place. The name was derived from German origin word Marchenwiese which means fairy-tale. Fairy Meadows is known as Joot and Fantori by the native people. Staying few nights in camps of wooden lodges will be lifetime experience.