Baha Lake is located in Koh-i-Ghizer of District Ghizer, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 3,622 metres (11,883 ft). Its direction is from north to south.
Baha is situated in Shandur Valley Tehsil Gupis of Ghizer District, Ghizer District, the westernmost part of the Northern Areas and northernmost territory of Pakistan. This lake is an important source of fresh water with full of trout. Baha Lake is a mysterious lake in Pakistan.
To reach Baha Lake, a person must take the Karakoram Highway from Islamabad to Gilgit. And then take Gilgit-Chitral road west from Gilgit, and then continue his journey straight towards Chitral. When it comes in Langar, the main road goes toward Shandur and on the left hand side to south direction, Khukush Nallah starts. One cannot take any bike or bicycle as there are bothering trek road to reach Baha Lake. It takes 2 hours from Langar to reach at Baha Lake.
Baha Lake has sky blue colour. It is the longest natural lake in Gilgit-Baltistan. It is 5 kilometers in length and 750 meters in width. It is not an easy job for a person to complete a trip round the lake. It has a reputation as a dangerous lake, however it is not so.
At the night time, it is clearly heard that there comes a sound of bang from the lake. Visitors get afraid of it but it is a natural phenomenon. Which might be the crash of stones inside the lake, or the sound of huge trout living in the lake.