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Ratti Gali Lake, Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan

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Ratti Gali Lake (aka Dowarian Lake) is situated at 12,130 ft ASL in Neelum Valley, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. This lake is accessible by a 19 km hiking trek which starts from a village called Dowarian on Neelum Valley road at an altitude of 5,300 ft.

  • Mobeen Mazhar 9 months ago
    Thx a lot :)
  • ghalibhasnain 9 months ago
    fantastic .... very well done .
  • Mobeen Mazhar over 1 year ago
    Thx a lot Maryem :)
  • maryem over 1 year ago
    love to visit kashmir...amazing
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