Planning a tour to visit the beauty of the Naran Kaghan Valley? Then this article is going to help you to choose the best places to visit in Naran Kaghan.
Let’s start to read about these places !
Best Places to Visit in Naran Kaghan
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1. Saif-ul-Muluk Lake
This lake is come into existence when the glacial moraine block the water from the stream. Saif ul Muluk lake is 10,578 feet above from the sea level. This lake is in the list of highest lakes of Pakistan almost in between top 15. It is almost 113 feet deep. You can also easily watch the Malika Parbat from this lake.
2. Lalazar Meadows
The view of lush green Lalazar Meadows give you inner peace and clean cool air fresh your soul. Different animals grazing in meadows increase the beauty of this place. There are little bit trees as well like a forest. Lalazar is 10,246 feet high from the sea level.
3. Paye Meadows
Paye Meadows is at the height of the 10,000 feet. In Spring season when the flowers bloom and green grass is shining like the pearl will create an fantastic view. Paye Meadows are fully loaded with the nature creativity. The best time visit the Siri Paye Meadows is in the summer. This spot has large number of tourist attraction like other places of Naraz Kagahn.
4. Lulusar Lake
Lulusar Lake in Kaghan Valley is at the height of 11,190 feet. This lake is formed from the melting water of different glacial peaks. Lulusar lake is head of the Kunhar River and its almost 50 kilometer long running in between different valleys. The best time to visit this lake is in betwwen June to September. This lake is as well in the Top 10 highest lakes of Pakistan.
5. Malika Parbat
Malika Parbat the Queen of mountains has the elevation of 17,360 feet. As, you can clearly watch this peak from the Saif ul Muluk lake. This peak has the 3 summit tacks and it’s difficult as well like the other side by side peaks. It’s the highest peak in the Kaghan Valley. You can reach this peak by passing from the Saif ul Muluk lake track and the Batakundi-Dadar Chitta glacier. Malika Parbat is fully covered with snow all around the year.
This peak is summit by the only twelve climbers until now. This peak is difficult to climb due to its steepness. There are three tracks to summit the peak of Malika Parbat, North Peak, South Peak and Cresta Track.
6. Babusar Pass
Babusar Top or Babusar Pass has the Large number of tourists in summer and the famous spot in the Naran Kaghan Valley. It’s the higest point in the Naran Kaghan Valley and this pass is 150 Kilometer long. The best time to visit the Babusar Pass is in between June – September but sometimes it closed due to heavy snow falling. So, Stay updated about the weather condition before going there. Read Complete guide about Babusar Pass.
7. Manna Meadows
Manna Meadows are at 8000 feet height. These meadows are fully loaded with nature and is at the right side of the Makra Mountain. If you want to enjoy the 100% beauty of these meadows come in June or July. You will fall in love with the nature at this place.
Batakundi is 8607 feet above from the sea level. This valley is remains open all the winter and have charming views of mountains and nature. Clouds tickling the mountains and walking smoothly creates an amazing scene. Nature tie you with himself and not let you go back !
9. River Kunhar in Naran Kghan
Kunhar river is 160 kilometer long and originated from the Kaghan Valley. The old name of Kunhar river is NanSukh (ankhoon ka skoon). Saiful Muluk and Dudipat lake mostly feed this river. The view of Kunhar River in Kaghan Valley is amazing. Kunhar River is end by joining the Jhelum river in the Muzafrabad