Leepa Valley is located in Azad Kashmir, 105 kilometres (65 mi) from Muzaffarabad. The valley is divided into the Reshian, Dao Khan, Leepa, and Chananian sections
Leepa Valley was formerly part of Karnah, a tehsil of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kshmir, India. The valley is now part of Jhelum Valley District in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It has been an area of strife among the two neighboring countries, The population of Leepa Valley is about 80,000.
Leepa valley is situated 10,000 feet (3.0 km) above sea level. Snowfall occurs regularly throughout the year.
Rice and apple fields can be found frequently in the whole valley. The Line of Control, which separates it from Jammu and Kashmir, can be seen from anywhere while standing in the valley from east to west. Its lush green river fields in summer and typical wooden kashmiri houses present a wonderful view to the tourists
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