ABOUT LEEPA VALLEY:
Leepa Valley is situated in Azad Kashmir, 105 kilometers (65 mi) from Muzaffarabad. The valley is isolated into the Reshian, Dao Khan, Leepa, and Chananian segments.
HISTORY OF LEEPA VALLEY:
Leepa Valley was previously part of Karnah, a tehsil of Kupwara area in Jammu and Kashmir, India. The valley is currently part of Jhelum Valley District in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It has been a territory of conflict among the two neighboring nations.
GEOGRAPHY OF LEEPA VALLEY:
Leepa Valley is arranged 10,000 feet (3.0 km) above ocean level. Snowfall happens frequently consistently.
Rice and apple fields can be discovered every now and again in the entire valley. The Line of Control, which isolates it from Jammu and Kashmir, can be seen from anyplace while remaining in the valley from east to west. Its lavish green stream fields in summer and regular wooden Kashmiri houses display a magnificent view to the visitors.
The principal dialect which is talked in the valley is Kashmiri, trailed by Hindko, Pahari-Pothwari, and Gujari.
The number of inhabitants in Leepa Valley is around 80,000.