Hanna Lake is a lake in Urak Valley close Quetta city in Balochistan Province in southwestern Pakistan. It is encompassed by mountains. Hanna Lake is in the slopes near where the Urak Valley starts 17 kilometers east from Quetta city. The supply was built in 1894 amid the British Colonial period on the place that is known for nearby tribesmen, and is one of the fundamental attractions in the city and an incredible recorded extension divider between two mountains the profundities like towers of a fortification for putting away of water.
In 1894, the little activity dam Surrpull was developed on primary Urak street to control surge and redirect water calamitously into Hanna Lake originating from the Zarghoon Ghar and Murddar Mountains Koh-I-Murdaar streams, snow softening and rains through its principle channel.
There is a lakeside eatery with outdoor tables shaded by pine trees toward the finish of the waterway where families can appreciate the nourishment and climate on the eastern part the Hayat Durrani Water Sports Academy the solitary paddling, paddling, kayaking and cruising preparing and titles organaising focus in Balochistan Province with arrangement of harsh swimming office. Hanna Lake is a standout amongst the most visited and open lake in Balochistan.