Lakes In Pakistan

Pakistan, Our nation is completely wonderful. Each nation has its own significance
and claims to fame pod we as a whole consent to the way that the regular
magnificence that has a place with Pakistan makes it sparkle out of every single
other nation in Asia. Valleys, mountains, lakes, deserts, woods, and a lot
progressively regular blessings make Pakistan stick out.
We take a look at the most delightful lakes in Pakistan that decorate our nation
much more.
1. Saiful Muluk:
Saiful Muluk is situated in the Mansehra district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in the
northern piece of Kaghan Valley. Malika Parbat, the most elevated top in the valley
is close to the lake.
The lake is open from the close by town of Naran throughout the late spring season
yet access during winter is constrained.
Saiful Muluk was shaped by glacial moraines that stopped the water of the stream
going through the valley. The Kaghan Valley was framed in the more noteworthy
Pleistocene Period going back very nearly 300,000 years when the region was
secured with ice. Rising temperatures and retreating icy masses left an enormous
discouragement where ice sheets once stood. Softening water gathered into the lake.
2. Ansoo Lake:
Ansoo Lake is a tear-molded lake situated in the Kaghan Valley in Mansehra
District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the territory of Pakistan. It is situated at a height of
13,927 ft. above ocean level and considered probably the most elevated pool of the
Himalaya Range. The lake is arranged close to Malika Parbat, the most elevated
mountain in Kaghan Valley.The name of the lake owes to its tear shape; the Urdu
word ansoo signifies “tear”. The lake is said to have been found in 1993 by Pakistan
Air Force pilots who were flying at a generally low height over the territory.
3. Satpara Lake:
Satpara Lake is near to Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. It is taken care of by the
Satpara Stream. Satpara Lake is arranged at a height of 2,636 m (8,650 ft) above
ocean level and is spread over a territory of 2.5 km².
The consummation of Satpara Dam downstream of the lake has developed the size
of Satpara Lake. The dissolving ice of the Deosai fields is the principle wellspring
of water for the lake. The lake is focused on a region of 2.5 km with a breezy story
beautiful island.
4. Rush Lake:
Rush Lake is a high height lake situated in Nagar Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
close to Rush Pari Peak. At 4,694 m (15,400 ft), Rush is one of the most elevated
snow-capped lakes in the world. It is situated around 15 km north of Miar
Peak and Spantik (Golden Peak), which are in the Nagar Valley.It is the most
noteworthy lake in Pakistan and 27th most noteworthy lake in the world.
Rush Lake and Rush Peak are reached by means of Nagar and Hopar Valley
through the Hopar Glacier (Bualtar Glacier) and Miar Glacier, which ascends from
Miar and Phuparash tops. The trek to Rush Lake gives perspectives on
Spantik, Malubiting, Miar Peak, Phuparash Peak and, Ultar Sar.

Name: Karamber Lake (Qurumbar Lake)
Karamber Lake (Qurumbar Lake)
Length: 4,272 meters (14,016 ft)

5. Karambar Lake:
Karambar Lake is situated in a valley in the Ghizer District of Gilgit-Baltistan,
Pakistan. It is the 33rd most elevated lake in the world and one of the most
noteworthy naturally dynamic lakes on earth.
The lake is otherwise called the Qurumbar Lake in certain references and then again
is spelled as Karomber or Karamber. The lake is situated in the Ishkoman valley, a
valley in the Ghizer District of Gilgit-Baltistan.
The rough length of the lake is 3.9 km, width is 2 km and, normal profundity is 52
m (171 ft). Karambar Lake is the most profound lake in the valley with the greatest
and mean profundity of 55m and 17.08m individually and is spread over a surface
zone of 263.44 hectares and releases into Karambar valley of Boroghil and
afterward into Immit Ishkoman of District Ghizer. Water lucidity level is 13.75
which are the most elevated worth at any point recorded in the writing of lakes in
Many other beautiful Lakes in Pakistan….
 Attabad Lake
 Hanna Lake
 Barah Lake
 Pyala Lake
 Handarap Lake
 Dudipatsar Lake
 Shandur Lake
 Chitta Katha Lake
 Zharba Lake
 Upper Kachura Lake
 Sheosar Lake
 Lulusar Lake
 Rama Lake
 Lower Kachura Lake
 Karamber Lake

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