Nestled at an elevation of 13,500 feet in the picturesque Shounter Valley of Azad Kashmir, Chitta Katha Lake is a heaven awaiting your visit. It can be accessed both from Kel Azad Kashmir and Astore Gilgit Baltistan. The easy and preferred route is Kel -Houz-Dak1 and Dak 2 route. The third KPK route from Jalkad Naran is long and difficult.

Converging Point at Chitta Katha Lake:

This alpine wonderland, a convergence of Neelum Valley of Azad Kashmir, Naran Valley of KPK, and Astore Valley of Gilgit Baltistan, offers a moderate to hard trekking experience, spanning 6 to 7 hours a day across 8 to 9 kilometers. The name “Chitta Katha” translates to “White Stream,” originating from Mount Harri Parbat. Hindus consider this mountain sacred, linked to Lord Shiva and the revered Kailash.

The Trek Experience:

Accessed via a breathtaking but challenging trek, the journey unveils a lush 5-kilometer green patch, following a 20-kilometer jeep track from Kel to Domail Bala. The bewitching beauty of the lake, surrounded by supernatural charm, captivates every visitor.

Tour Features:

Explore the mesmerizing beauty of Chitta Katha in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Embark on a moderate to hard trek through lush green landscapes and rugged terrains. Learn about the religious significance of Mount Harri Parbat and the sacred “White Stream.” Discover the enchantment of Chitta Katha Lake, accessible through a 20-kilometer jeep track from Kel, followed by a scenic 5-kilometer hiking trek. Immerse yourself in the bewitching beauty and supernatural charm of this alpine wonder at 13,500 feet.