Neelum Valley

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Place Details

The locale of Neelum is the northernmost of 10 areas situated inside the Pakistani-managed region of Azad Kashmir.

Taking up the bigger piece of the Neelam Valley, the locale has a populace of around 191,000 individuals.

It was among the most awful hit areas of Pakistan during the 2005 Kashmir seismic tremor

Activities
  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Rafting
  • BBQ
  • Road Trip
  • Boating

Near Attractions

Weather Details

  • Weather: Overcast Clouds
  • Temperature: 13º (13º - 13º)
  • Clouds: 98%
  • Feels Like: 13º
  • Humidity: 91%
  • Pressure: 1,018 hPa
  • Wind Speed: 9 kmh
  • Visibility: 10.0 km

Backpacking Checklist

For Hiking Backpack

1. Proper footwear: Choose sturdy, comfortable shoes or hiking boots that fit well and provide good support.

2. Clothing: Dress in layers appropriate for the weather, and bring extra clothing in case of changes in temperature or unexpected weather conditions.

3. Navigation tools: Bring a map, compass, or GPS device, and know how to use them.

4. First aid kit: Include items such as bandages, gauze, antiseptic wipes, and a blister kit.

5. Water: Bring plenty of water or a water filtration system to ensure clean drinking water is available.

6. Food: Bring enough food to sustain energy during the hike, including snacks and meals.

7. Sun protection: Wear sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect from sunburn and heat stroke.

8. Emergency shelter: Bring a lightweight emergency shelter, such as a tarp or space blanket.

9. Lighting: Bring a headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries.

10. Communication device: Bring a cell phone or other communication device in case of emergencies.

11. Insect repellent: This can help prevent bug bites and diseases carried by insects.

12. Personal hygiene items: Bring toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and any necessary toiletries.


For Camping Backpack

1. Tent: A sturdy, waterproof tent is essential for shelter from the elements.

2. Sleeping gear: This includes a sleeping bag, sleeping pad, and pillow.

3. Cooking equipment: Depending on the type of camping, this may include a camp stove, fuel, cookware, utensils, plates, cups, and a cooler.

4. Water filtration system: If there's no potable water available at the campsite, a water filtration system is important for providing clean drinking water.

5. Lighting: This can include a lantern, headlamp, or flashlight.

6. First aid kit: It's always a good idea to have a basic first aid kit on hand for emergencies.

7. Personal hygiene items: This includes soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, towel, and hand sanitizer.

8. Clothing: Bring appropriate clothing for the weather and activities planned, including rain gear, warm layers, and sturdy footwear.

9. Maps and navigation tools: It's important to have a map and compass, and to know how to use them, in case of getting lost.

10. Trash bags: Leave no trace by packing out all trash and litter.

11. Insect repellent: This can help prevent bug bites and diseases carried by insects.

12. Sunscreen: Protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays.

For Rafting Backpack

1. Rescue Throw Bags

2. Helmets. Rafters have to wear helmets to prevent head injuries

3. Life Jacket. A life jacket is used for the safety of the rafters

4. Inflatable Rafting Boat. Previously the inflatable rafts were very sensitive

For Boating Backpack

1. Life jackets: One of the most important safety items for boating is a properly fitting life jacket for each person on board. Make sure the life jackets are US Coast Guard approved and appropriate for the type of boating being done.

2. Emergency signaling devices: Flares, a whistle, and a signaling mirror are important for attracting attention and signaling for help in case of an emergency.

3. Fire extinguishers: Boats should have at least one fire extinguisher on board, and it should be regularly maintained and accessible.

4. Navigation lights: Boats should have proper navigation lights for use in low visibility conditions.

5. First aid kit: A basic first aid kit can be essential for treating minor injuries on board.

6. Throwable flotation device: Boats over a certain length are required to have a throwable flotation device, such as a ring buoy or a cushion, in case someone falls overboard.

7. Communication devices: It's important to have a way to communicate with others on board or with emergency services. This could include a VHF radio, cell phone, or satellite phone.

8. Weather monitoring: Keeping an eye on weather conditions can help prevent dangerous situations on the water.

General/Basic Backpack

1. Water bottle: Stay hydrated during your travels.

2. Camera: Capture memories of your trip.

3. Sunscreen: Protect your skin from the sun.

4. Snacks: Keep hunger at bay between meals.

5. First aid kit: Be prepared for any minor emergencies.

6. Umbrella or rain jacket: Protect yourself from the elements.

7. Map or guidebook: Navigate your destination with ease.

8. Cash and cards: Have a variety of payment options.

9. Portable charger: Keep your devices charged on the go.

10. Comfortable clothing and footwear: Wear clothes suitable for the climate and activities planned.


Remember, the specific items you pack may vary depending on your destination, length of trip, and personal preferences.

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