Ling Stream

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The Ling Stream flows in the Pothohar region of Northern Pakistan. It starts in the foothills of the Lhetrar area near Kahuta and, flowing and cutting its way through the hilly area, it meets the Swan River near Sihala. The road that joins Islamabad and Azad Kashmir passes it twice. Kingfishers also hunt fish at this stream.

Ling Stream
Ling beside Sihala.jpg Ling with normal flow.jpg Ling beside DHA.jpg Stony bed of Ling.jpg

Coordinates: 33°32′29″N 73°11′11″E / 33.5413°N 73.1864°E / 33.5413; 73.1864