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Siri Paye Meadows in Naran

Siri Paye Meadows Naran

From the well-known Kewai waterfalls, travelers can take a jeep for an hour to get to this beautiful place. The exciting jeep goes all the way through the thick alpine woods, where you can see amazing sights that can have a big effect on nature. After this exciting ride in a jeep, you have to walk for about 15 minutes to get to the plains where Makra peak's feet are. From sea level, the lush green plateau is 3,060 m high. Nature lovers who want to see the Milky Way can spend the night camping at the top and get some of the best camping views.

Lake Saif Ul Malook in Naran

Lake Saif Ul Malook Naran

Research indicates that lake Saif-ul-Malook is the fifth-best tourist destination in the country. The lake is surrounded by hypnotic beauty, a pleasant environment, and breathtaking vistas. Each year, it attracts a large number of travelers from throughout the globe. The ideal time to visit this location is between May and September. During the winter, the lake is covered in snow and the roads are impassable owing to the severe snowfall. In addition to brown trout, the lake contains an iconic vista of Malika Parbat, the highest mountain in Kaghan Valley.

Ansoo Lake in Naran

Ansoo Lake Naran

This hidden beauty of nature can be reached through a trekking trip. The first visitor must reach Lake Saif Ul Malook via a rough car trip and two hours of horseback riding in the upper Himalayas. After a one-hour trek, reach Lake Ansoo. In addition, its name was derived from the lake's shape. The lake is named Ansoo, which means Tear because it is tear-shaped. From the lake, you can record lifelong memories of spectacular sights. Furthermore, the ideal time to explore this lake is between June and August, as heavy snowfall during other months could be hazardous for hikers. So convince your trek-loving buddies to join on this Himalayan adventure.

Dudipatsar Lake in Naran

Dudipatsar Lake Naran

Dudipatsar means "White Mountains Lake" because the tops of the mountains around the lake are always covered in white snow. This lake is also known as "The Queen of Lakes" in Pakistan because of how beautiful it is. To get to this place, you can drive until you reach Jalkhad in Naran valley. After driving, you'll have to walk for 4-5 hours through beautiful scenery. The best time to visit this piece of nature is between June and August. After that, the destination gets a lot of snow, which can be hard for people to get out of if they get stuck there.

Lalazar in Naran

Lalazar Naran

The area is abundant with wildflowers, fir trees, and pines, resulting in a verdant meadow. On one side of the region, near the Kunhar River, lies a deep valley. On the opposite side, there is a lovely view of the hills with dense alpine forests. People from all over the world come here to enjoy its beauty. Additionally, "Falak-Sar" (a snow-covered peak) is visible from this location. By taking a thrilling muddy jeep ride down a narrow one-jeep-track, you can reach this extraordinary place. This route is hazardous during the rainy season because it becomes slippery due to mud.

Rafting At River Kunhar in Naran

Rafting At River Kunhar Naran

The Kunhar River runs right by Naran and through the middle of the valley. People like to sit by the lake and enjoy the outdoors or go rafting, which has become popular in recent years. Rafting tours are a safe, enjoyable, and breathtaking activity. The river is fed by the waters of Dudipat and Saiful Muluk Lakes, as well as glacial flows from Malka Parbat and other hills in the valley. River Kunhar traverses the entire Kaghan valley and joins the Nainsukh Valley from Balakot, which includes Garhi Habibullah and Dalola.

Pyala Lake in Naran

Pyala Lake Naran

However, Pyala Lake, which is a bowl-shaped lake at the top of a mountain, is significant since it is positioned on the road to Lulusar Lake from Naran. It's a beautiful lake that attracts a lot of people. According to the natives, Pyala Lake was created when a shooting star dropped in that location. Remember to only visit during daylight hours, as it is prohibited to enter the area after dark.

Babusar Top , Naran in Naran

Babusar Top , Naran Naran

In fact, it is the Pass that links the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the Northern Pakistani region of Gilgit Baltistan. This is the highest point in the area, and cars and jeeps can easily get there. During the summer, there are beautiful and mesmerizing views from this place. But stay safe because the place is high up and it gets colder as you go up. As the Babusar Pass is located 4,173 meters (13,700 feet) above sea level, its sky altitude is 4,173 meters. In addition, this is the final point of the Naran Kaghan Valley.

Lulusar Lake, Naran in Naran

Lulusar Lake, Naran Naran

Due to the area's tallest mountain peaks, it is a very popular tourist destination. Snow covers the upper mountains, providing visitors with a spectacular panorama. This location is best visited in the middle of summer when there is less snowfall and more greenery. Due to the lake's location within the national park of Lulusar Dudipatsar, foxes, hawks, Himalayan snowcocks, black bears, lynx, and marmots can be viewed. Moreover, enthusiasts can part in hiking and spend the night there.

Makra Peak in Naran

Makra Peak Naran

Makra is the Urdu word for "spider." According to locals, the peak was named Makra Peak because the snow structure atop it was like a spider. Makra Top is accessible through a moderate 4-6 hour walk (depending on trekker fitness) from Paye. On one side of Makra Top, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Kaghan Valley, while on the other, Kashmir. From the summit, people can also see the Chambra, Malika Parbat, Shingri, and Musa Ka Musalla mountains. Due to snow and the steepness of the mountain slopes, hiking in the Makra is challenging. In addition to poor weather, particularly dense fog, and the steepness of some slopes, accidents are common.

Naran Kaghan in Naran

Naran Kaghan Naran

Naran is a town and popular tourist destination in the upper Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located 119 kilometers (74 mi) from Mansehra city at an altitude of 2,409 meters (7,904 ft). It is located about 65 kilometers (40 mi) away from Babusar Top. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions locally as well as internationally.

Dharamsar Lake  in Naran

Dharamsar Lake Naran

If you are coming from Chillas, Dharamsar Lake is in the valley just to the left of Babusar Top. The Babusar Pass polo field is also situated in this valley. Immediately prior to arriving at the Babusar Top, there is a jeep route that descends into the valley. The beginning of this jeep track is located approximately an hour's drive away from the lake. A hike across a valley that is quite peaceful and lovely. Since many of the locals are similarly unfamiliar with the location of the lake, it is strongly recommended that you take a guide with you.

Shogran in Naran

Shogran Naran

Shogran is renowned for its verdant foliage, pine trees, and panoramic vistas. Shogran Meadows is an essential stop when exploring the Kaghan Valley's natural splendor. Due to its breathtaking panoramas and pleasant climate, Shogran has become a popular tourist destination. In cold weather, tourists prefer to calm in a pleasant atmosphere and have a cup of hot coffee. There are also numerous restaurants and lodgings that can accommodate thousands of guests annually.

JalKhad in Naran

JalKhad Naran

It is a nice place for tourists to visit. Pyala Lake is also in Jalkhand. It is near the lake in Kaghan Valley. Shepherds live in Jalkhad during the summer. It is a place where High Mountain is on one side of the road and Kunhar River, with its clear, freshwater flowing toward Naran, is on the other side. It is the finest place to escape the bustle of Naran and enjoy a tranquil day in the valley. From Jalkhad, there are two routes: one leads all the way to Noori Top (a trail to Neelum Valley), while the other leads to Baisar (base camp for going to Lulusar Lake, Dudipatsar Lake, and Babusar Top).