The Kunhar River or River Kunhar is a 166-kilometer (103 mi) long river located primarily in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of northern Pakistan. It is located in the Indus River basin. The River View is fascinating to see, as the river flows through the entire Kagan Valley.
Origin and Route of Kunhar River
The river originates from the Dharamsar Lake in the upper part of the Kaghan Valley near the Babusar Pass. The waters of Dudipat and Saiful Muluk lakes supply the river, in addition to glacial waters from Malka Parbat and other high peaks in the valley.
The River Kunhar flows through the entire Kaghan Valley and enters the Nainsukh Valley from Balakot comprising Garhi Habibullah and Dalola. It joins the Jhelum River at Rarah about 10 km downstream of Muzaffarabad, in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.
The other name of River Kunhar
River Kunhar is also known as Nain Sukh. It is a 166-kilometer (103 mi) long river located in the KP Province of Pakistan.
Which river flows in Naran?
The Kunhar flows through the entire Kaghan Valley through Jalkhand, Naran, Kaghan, Jared, Paras and Balakot and joins the Jhelum River. Kunhar trout is considered to be the best in the entire Indian subcontinent.