Dudipatsar Lake or Dudipat Lake is a lake surrounded by snow clad crests in Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park. The lake lies in the outrageous north of the Kaghan Valley, in the Mansehra District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa territory, in northern Pakistan. “Dudi” signifies white, “pat” signifies mountains and “sar” signifies lake. This name has been given to the lake in view of the white shade of snow at encompassing pinnacles. In summer the water of the lake reflects like a mirror. “Sar” is utilized with the name of every lake in the region, deciphering as ‘lake.
The lake’s water is a lovely greenish blue tone and freezing, at a rise of 3,800 meters (12,500 ft). The encompassing mountains, with snow fixes in the obscure dales, normal around 4,800 meters (15,700 ft) in height. Their regular living space is in the Western Himalayan elevated bush and knolls ecoregion.The lake and its wetlands territories are of critical environmental significance for occupant fauna and transitory waterfowl. A portion of the recreation center’s fauna incorporates the snow panther, wild bear, marmot, weasel, lynx, panther, Himalayan snowcock, and snow partridge.
Lulusar Lake, likewise in the recreation center, is the essential headwaters of the Kunhar River. Saiful Muluk National Park, with Saif ul Maluk Lake, is neighboring in the 150 kilometers (93 mi) long Kaghan Valley district and together the parks secure 88,000 hectares (220,000 sections of land).
The lake and park is open for four months of the year from June to late September. In the mid year, when the mirror-like water mirrors the landscape, guests from various areas of the nation and from abroad travel to appreciate the captivating perspectives. The trail head for Dudipatsar is situated at Besal, which is about an hours drive from the town of Naran. The street is available via vehicles and motorbikes. From Besal onwards guests trek in huge elevated knolls to reach Dudiptsar Lake. The lake had a plenitude of trout, yet illicit angling with explosive and nets brought about a sharp fish populace decay. It is encouraged to not follow it in day off, it is a torrential slide inclined territory. The 2005 Kashmir seismic tremor in North Pakistan made access increasingly troublesome. Be that as it may, since 2006 the Pakistan government has found a way to reestablish the travel industry in the Kaghan Valley, including revamping and new the travel industry offices and framework.