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Karambar Lake

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June to October

Karambar Lake (کرمبر جھیل‎), also known as Qurumbar Lake, is a high altitude lake located in the extreme north of Broghil, a valley in Chitral District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan. It is the 33rd highest lake in the world and one of the highest biologically active lakes on earth. The approximate length of the lake is 3.9 kilometers (2.4 mi), width is 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) and, average depth is 52 meters (171 ft).

Karambar Lake is the deepest lake in the valley with a maximum and mean depth of 55m and 17.08m respectively and is spread over a surface area of 263.44 hectares (2,634,400 m2) and discharges into Karambar valley of Boroghil and then into Immit Ishkoman of District Ghizer. Water clarity level is 13.75 (Secchi Disc Reading), which is the highest value ever recorded in the literature of lakes in Pakistan.

How to Reach?

1Islamabad to Mastuj

By personal or public transport.

2Mastuj to Ishkarwaz

Jeep Track

3 Ishkarwaz to Showrsheer VIA Lashkargaz

Day Trekking

4ShowrSheer to Karambar Lake

One or Two Days Trekking

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