Karambar Lake (otherwise called Qurumbar Lake) is a high height lake situated in Ishkomen, a Tehsil of District Ghizer in Gilgit–Baltistan, close to the limit of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. It is the 31st most noteworthy lake on the planet and second most elevated in Pakistan at a tallness of 14,121 feet (4,304 m) and one of the most elevated organically dynamic lakes on earth.
The lake is otherwise called Qurumbar lake in certain references and on the other hand is spelled as Karomber or Karamber.
The lake is situated in Ishkoman Valley, a tehsil of Ghizer District in Gilgit–Baltistan. While some different investigations by WWF notice the area in Broghil Valley of Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. The lake is situated a ways off of 205 km from Gilgit. A few maps plainly show that the whole range of lake is arranged inside the outskirts of Gilgit–Baltistan. Notwithstanding that, the progression of Karambar waters itself darken the disarray about lake’s area as lake streams down towards Ishkoman.
The rough length of the lake is 3.9 kilometers (2.4 mi), width is 2 km and, normal profundity is 52 meters (171 ft) .
Karambar Lake is the most profound lake in the valley with a greatest and mean profundity of 55m and 17.08m individually and is spread over a surface region of 263.44 hectares (2,634,400 m2) and releases into Karambar valley of Gilgit Baltistan.Water clearness level is 13.75 (Secchi Disk Reading), which is most elevated worth at any point recorded in the writing of lakes in Pakistan.