Rama Lake is a lake close Astore in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. It is on the highest point of the wonderful Astore Valley, with a light front of oak trees and other greenery. There isn’t a lot of greenery (starting at 2013) because of unlawful loging of the woods by local people and “timber mafia”. The district has low normal precipitation and low vegetation spread henceforth the loss of woods spread is of an intense concern.
While in transit to Rama Lake, from Astore Valley, there are three little lakes called Sarot in the nearby Shina language.
Prior to 2005, Astore was a Tehsil of District Diamir, the fifth District of Gilgit-Baltistan. Presently Astore has been moved up to a District.
There are in excess of 50 little excellent towns in Astore. Some of which are Chilm, Bubin, Gorikot, Eid Ghah, Fina, Bulen, Chongra and Pari Shing.
Rama Valley is thickly forested with colossal pine, cedar, fir and juniper trees. The valley is around 3300 meters (10800 feet) above ocean level and in this manner is snow secured for 7–8 months of the year. In summer, it winds up lavish green; conditions supported by neighborhood shepherds.
From here one can trek to east side of the Nanga Parbat (otherwise called the Killer Mountain), the world’s eighth most elevated mountain.
Lake Rama is close Astore town. On KKH in the wake of passing the exit for Fairy Meadows continue driving for about an additional 20 minutes. When you go over the sign for Astore turn in that spot, prop up for another 2–3 hours. You will land at the town of Astore. The valley is famous for outdoors in the summers. Street towards Rama lake currently has been solidified and travelers can reach there without undue trouble.
Rama Lake is Located in Choungrah and the individuals of Choungrah are called Choungroch.