Saral Lake Neelum Valley is located in Beautiful Azad Kashmir of Pakistan at an altitude of 13,600 m (4,100 m). It’s attractive, it’s lovely, it’s attractive. The first view of the valley from Saral Pass (1,400 meters) was breathtaking and amazing! Descending from the Saral summit to an uninhabited and untouched valley until the lake is refreshed.
As you approach the lake, it began to grow both physically and figuratively. As the mind was busy exploring the beauty and desert of the lake, the thought of crossing the Jabba-Gali Pass up and down (the mountain behind the lake) the next day made us shudder. Happiness, Expectation, Fear, Almost many different emotions were beyond our control, but walking in nature is about exploring / reviving these amazing emotions!
Accomodations in Saral Lake Neelum Valley
Located in Gumut National Park, this little-known lake is a hidden gem. This isolated lake in the Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan, offers spectacular views that you will never forget.
A truly fascinating sight to see, Saral Lake Neelum Valley, marvels at its ocean water, groundwater. In addition, the water is clear, reflecting the snowcapped mountains, which are green in the background, making for a spectacular view.
The best time to visit Saral Lake is during the last days of June, the whole month of July and the first week of August. When nature wakes up, lambs and wild horses leap around the lush green fields, wildflowers bloom as best they can and the earth seems to be alive again.
Saral Lake Trek:
There are three different ways to travel the mountains to reach Saral Lake Neelum Valley;
i) Jalkhand to Saral Gali (Jalkhand Sharda Road) by Jeep; Saral Gali goes to Saral Top & finally, from Saral Top to beautiful Lake; & back to Besal via Dudipatsar Lake. Noori top jeep track 2 hours drive – downhill – from where the track goes left, a 6-hour drive through Saral Gali
ii) Basal to Mulla Ki Basti; Mulla Ki Basti to Dudipatsar Lake; Dudipatsar goes to Saral Pass; from Saral Pass to Saral Top and finally from Saral Top to Saral Lake and back to Saral Top, from Saral Top to Seral Gali and finally, from Saral Gali to Jalkhand (Jalkhand Sharda Road) by Jeep. Mulla ki Basti 8 hours drive – Saral Pass – Saral Lake 4 hours
iii) Sharda to Noori Top on Sharda-Jalkhand road in Jeep; walking from Noori Top to Saral Top and finally, from Saral Top to Saral Lake.
Saral and Dudipatsar Lake at One Go:
It will take around 2 hours from Dudipastar Lake to Saral Pass and 2.5 additional hours to the Saral Lake Neelum Valley.
Reach Jalkhand hired potters and jokes from there to Lalian ki basti. Night camp at Lalian ki basti
The journey can start at 8 AM. It is very difficult to climb to the top (the name is not clear. Some say the seral top and some say it is part of the Noori Top). After 2 to 2.5 hours you will arrive at the place where you took this photo. It is necessary to descend 2 to 3 hours to reach the lake. We cleared up on this point. He visited Saral and returned to the camps around 7:30.
That’s it if you want to go to Lake and you can come back the same way but in our system we have Lake Dudipatsar too.
We have embarked on our journey towards Dudipatsar Lake to Saral Lake and the climb you need on Saral Pass can go downhill and technically down Lulusar and Dudipatsar National Park. We walk to the lake at 12 o’clock to visit the lake and then return to Mula ki basti about 4 km from Lake Dudipatsar.
Walk from Mulla Basti to a distance of about 12km for the most trek across the prairies but in the end there are ups and downs. And this season as the glaciers are melting so you have to cross the Purbinar stream from two places. The potters helped us to easily fall into that trap. Check the weather and season before visiting this place.
Saral Lake Neelum Valley