yeah u can say.form uchali lake skesar is about 20 to 25km.and road is blocked by paf right after lake and no one can cross their checkpost and go to skesar unless he has a refrence.even i saw a boys school occupied by paf near noor pur thal city.
this is a picture of uchali lake taken from the road to skesar.
beautiful! ... I heard one of the main Radar which can see deep into India is stationed on one of the sakesar's highest peak... It can alarm as early as Indian boggies fly from near border strips ..
Yes, most of the lakes have salty water. However, I have heard of presence of fish in the Khabeki Lake, in fact the government gives it away on lease to successful bidders for a period of at least three years.
yeah it covers eastern border as well as western too.when it detects movement in radar it alerts sargodha base.
it is from sakesar top
and this is i dont know what it is
I too saw this interesting place on a previous ride. These are soil mountains and maybe it is because of rains that they are in this shape now. Some pics I took last time:
The reason why these mountains are in this shape is becuase they dont have greenery .. and the soil disolves away making them into this shape .. probable cause as you guys say that its a salt rich area.. this specific area must be to acidic in soil for any plantation to grow...
It is this particular area with such kind of soil, around it there is greenery. There might be other chemicals than salt, I guess.
yea it seems to have high acidic contents other then salts ... so greenery is almost none...
Bro I actually found GS500 quite good on pebblish/gravel terrain. If you remember, I recently rode it a lot off road.
During my trip on cg125 last year I found that due to its slim rear tyre, on gravel the bike really fishtails. Whereas the gs500 is more stable due its fatter rear tyre.
Beautiful Ma sha Allah..i am from khushab..
Yes dear I know about your tour. But I believe that an off road bike is the proper ride for such tracks, and ensures more fun too.
yes agreed. i feel a 250cc trail can do the job well at such places.