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Kundol Lake

Kundol Lake

Kundol Lake otherwise called Kundol Dand, is a lake in Swat Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, which is situated in the north of Utror valley a good ways off of 20.8 kilometers (12.9 mi) away from Kalam. Also, there is a notable anecdote about the lake which is that consistently in a month, a brilliant bowl shows up in the focal point of the lake and flickers like moon yet nobody has ever contacted that bowl because of enchanted powers inside it.

Kundol Lake lies in the lap of Hindu kush mountains at a rise of (9,950 ft), in the north of Utror, enveloped by snow clad mountains and transcending trees. Thus, the path to the lake from Ladu is anything but difficult to follow as a huge stream streams down from the lake, which converges with River Swat in Kalam valley. It leads next to the stream and takes you to the lake.

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In transit, lavish green backwoods, pleasant spots and spouting cascades invite one’s to the district. The mountains around the lake are secured by thick cover of vegetation that improves the excellence of the lake without a doubt. The edges of kundol lake fill in as the campground throughout the mid year season for the trekkers.

Kundol lake is taken care of by dissolving ice sheets and springs of the Mount Hindu kush. It offers ascend to utror Khwar, the significant right tributary of the Swat River.

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