Urak Valley is a valley surrounded via mountains in the Quetta District of Balochistan Province, in western Pakistan. Urak Valley is placed close to Hana Lake, and 28 kilometres (17 mi) from Quetta metropolis. A small waterfall at its quit marks front to the adjacent Wali Tangi Dam.
Urak Valley has a populace of 10,000, and Almost all Kakar a sub tribe of Pashtuns. Pashtun is considered one of the largest tribes in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Agriculture in the valley consists of growing apple timber of proper fine and a few different culmination.