Ansoo Lake is situated in Manoor Valley, Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra District of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa region of Pakistan. It is situated close to Malika Parbat in the Himalayan range at the elevation of 5,027 meters (16,493 ft). This lake is thought to be a standout amongst the most excellent pools of the world. The name “Ansu” originates from its tear-like shape. This lake is said to have been found in 1993 by Pakistan Air Force pilots who were flying low in the region. Prior, the lake was not in any case known to the locals. Although there is no place to live near the lake but some people may camp on the highest point of to a great degree cool and breezy mountain yet it is exceptionally hazardous and even local people don’t prescribe this. There are two unique ways to reach the destination.
Initial one is short, however, more extreme trek from Saiful Mulook Lake. It takes seven to nine hours of trek for a round excursion from Lake Saif-ul-Malook to Ansoo Lake. This trek can be isolated into two parts. The initial segment is through a valley close by a stream to the base camp of Malika Parbat.
The second more extreme part is from the base camp of Malika Parbat to Ansoo Lake. The second trek to Ansoo Lake starts in a town named Mahandri, situated around 40 kilometers (25 miles) toward the south of Naran. Turning left from Mahandri Bazar, a jeep track prompts Village Manoor. Approx 6–7 hours of trek conveys one to a green glade called “Dher”. From here the trek ends up noticeably more extreme. Following 3–4 hours of trek from Dher at a stature of around 16500 feet, Ansoo Lake winds up plainly obvious. It should be taken into account that this distinctive place is located in a distant and hazardous territory. However, in the event that somebody has the enthusiasm to investigate remarkable spots this lake ought to be considered alongside legitimate careful steps.