Aid agencies say the priority now is providing winterized tents for the thousands of people left without homes.
The temperatures here are already approaching freezing at night and local residents say it will start snowing in just a few weeks.
Dildar Fani, who lost more than 300 members of his extended family this week, says time is running out for those who survived.
"There is no shelter," he said. "Go with me and see all the people with family, with children … these people will die!"
He says entire villages just outside Balakot still have not received any aid at all. Hundreds, perhaps thousands of people are sick, starving and lack even the most basic shelter.
And weather experts are now predicting severe thunderstorms, which in these towns high in the Himalayan mountains, could potentially bring the season's first snow.