Malika Parbat View near Saif-ul-Maluk Lake (Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa)
Malika Parbat is the highest peak in the Kaghan Valley, Pakistan at the evelation of 17,356 feet near Ansoo Lake and six km in the south of Lake Saif-ul-Maluk. It gives beautiful and splendid view from Lake Saif-ul-Maluk in clear weather. Malika Parbat hill forms three summits, Malika Parbat North Peak, Malika Parbat South Peak, and Malika Parbat Cresta.
It is accessible from Batakundi-Dadar Chitta Glacier or from Naran-Saif-ul-Maluk side. The popular trek is from Naran side, crossing the Lake Saif-ul-Maluk toward Ansoo Lake.
About Lake Saif-ul-Muluk
Saif-ul-Muluk is located in Naran, Kaghan Valley at a distance of 8km from Naran at an altitude of 10,578 feet. It is one of the main sources of the Kunhar River and also one of the highest lakes in Pakistan.
Malika Parbat is the highest mountain in this region, and that can be easily seen from lake Saif-ul-Muluk. Lake can be easily accessed from Naran by hiring a jeep in just 30 minutes or in 2 hours by trekking. Trekking is the most favorite to access this lake as there is a number of beautiful spots on the way. You also have to cross two glaciers before the month of September.
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