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The Ansoo Jheel in Naran







Ansoo Lake is located in Kaghan Valley of District Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 13,927 feet (4245 meters) above sea level and considered among one of the highest lakes of Himalayas. The lake is situated near Malika Parbat, the highest mountain of Kaghan Valley.

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The Malika Parbat (Queen Of The Mountains)

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Malika Parbat (Queen of the mountains) (el. 5,290 metres (17,356 ft)) is the highest peak in Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan about six km south of Lake Saiful Muluk near Ansoo Lake.

The entire area is heaven for general tourists, anglers, trekkers and alpinists. Malika Parbat is accessible from Naran-Lake Saiful Muluk side and from Batakundi-Dadar Chitta Glacier. There are three summits that forms Malika Parbat, Malika Parbat Cresta, Malika Parbat Main Peak (South Peak) and Malika Parbat (North Peak). Both the summits stands climbed firstly by the Europeans and in 1998 by Rashid Butt and Omer. Rashid Butt lost his life while descending down the sheer slopes on South Peak. There are other peaks which offer considerable climbing difficulty in Siran Basin, Khabanar Valley and Burji Valley, while from Burawai, another cirqua of low peaks is equally good for mountaineering.

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Malika Parbat (Queen of the mountains) (el. 5,290 metres (17,356 ft)) is the highest peak in Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan about six km south of Lake Saiful Muluk near Ansoo Lake.

The entire area is heaven for general tourists, anglers, trekkers and alpinists. Malika Parbat is accessible from Naran-Lake Saiful Muluk side and from Batakundi-Dadar Chitta Glacier. There are three summits that forms Malika Parbat, Malika Parbat Cresta, Malika Parbat Main Peak (South Peak) and Malika Parbat (North Peak). Both the summits stands climbed firstly by the Europeans and in 1998 by Rashid Butt and Omer. Rashid Butt lost his life while descending down the sheer slopes on South Peak. There are other peaks which offer considerable climbing difficulty in Siran Basin, Khabanar Valley and Burji Valley, while from Burawai, another cirqua of low peaks is equally good for mountaineering.
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Noori Top

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Noori Top is located on the border between NWFP and Kashmir. The long journey to Noori Top from Naran starts on the main Naran-Babusar jeep road (the road under renovation and re-carpeting). The road passes through the small towns of Batakundi, Burwai and Jalkad along the Kunhar River. There are a few shops and local hotels in these towns and as the tourist flow beyond Naran in minimal, these towns have escaped both the destruction and development that mass tourism brings in its wake. Although the local mud and stone construction, unpolluted air and water and, thick forests and green hills are welcome contrast to the mad rush of tourists and concrete jungle at Naran, the lack of tourists have also resulted in minimum basic facilities for the local population, with no electricity, and minimum health and communication infrastructure.


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Dudipatsar Lake

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One of the most beautiful and magnificent lakes of Pakistan is the awe inspiring Dudipatsar Lake which is also called the Dudipat Lake. The amazing lake, filled with magnificent blue green water, is in a valley of snow covered peaks located in a national park called Lulusar-Dudipatsar. The name of the lake has been created by two local words, dudi and pat. Dudi is used to mean white in the local language and pat is used to denote high mountains which are common in the area where the lake is located. The last word sar is a commonly used word for lake. According to locals the name has been given to the great lake due to the heavenly white snow that covers the mountains surrounding the lake.


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