Attabad Lake is a lake in the Hunza Valley of northern Pakistan created in January 2010 by a landslide dam. The lake was formed due to a massive landslide at Attabad village in Gilgit-Baltistan, 9 miles upstream of Karimabad.
Boat landing at Fusani / Since submerged roads, transportation has become the only alternative ship
Boat landing at Dam side
The dam surveying
Construction site located downstream of the dam
The car on the small ferry
Gulmit / The low-altitude portion of the village still remains submerged.
Pasu / The village is famous for this rocky mountain and glacier. But there are only few tourist because of the Lake.