Pakistan’s Pyala Lake is a round lake in Jalkhand, Kaghan Valley, Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is about 40 kilometers (25 mi) from Naran. Pyala Lake is undeveloped but significant as it is a bowl-shaped lake on top of a mountain located on the way to Lulusar Lake from Naran. It is beautiful and interesting for tourists.
Bowl-Shaped Lake in Pakistan
It is a bowl-shaped lake on top of a mountain. It is a beautiful lake and a popular tourist destination. The history of Pyala Lake is very interesting, locals describe that it was formed after a shooting star or meteor (Shahab e Saqib) fell on this place.
Location of Pyala Lake
Islamabad to Pyala Lake
If you are traveling from Islamabad to Mansehra, it will take about 1:15 minutes via the Hazara highway. The total distance from Islamabad to Pyala Lake is around 51 miles (82.08 km).
Tourist Attractions at Pyala Lake
Payala Lake is small but a beautiful lake. You can go near the lake. But don’t try to go in deep enough, the banks are high, no way to go in, and the soundings are beautiful. No GSM network around the lake. It is a lonely place if you want to spend time with your family. This is the place you are looking for. Small cars can easily go to the lake. But you should know that the road has some population on the other side of the lake.
As you drive towards Babusar Top from Jhalkhand Side, it comes to you on the right side of the main road. It is a small beautiful lake just like Bowel (Payala). You have to do some hiking if you want to go near the lake, but it is recommended from the top to get the full view.