Mushkpuri Peak

Mushkpuri Track, Abbottabad

Mushkpuri Peak

Mushkpuri Peak Abbottabad is the Second Highest Mountain Top of Galyat, a hiking track for tourists and visitors, located near Nathiagali, Abbottabad district Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It's spread an area around 9452 feet above sea level.

Many of the youngsters, visitors, tourist come specially in winter season to enjoy hiking, camping on the top of the Mushkpuri Peak with their friends and wants to enjoy the beautiful snowy weather which give them warm welcome in a very good manner.

Actually, This Mushkpuri Top Trek journey start from Donga gali in which visitors get to start their journey very early, so that's, they can reach at the top of the Mushkpuri top Peak soon and will have lots of time to explore the beauty around the top peak which is mesmerize the visitors for a moment in a very proud way.
During the journey of Mushkpuri Peak Abbottabad, there is lots of sightseeing features come around, like different type of beautiful unseen flowers, Tall green trees, Lakes, snowy mountains and lots more has come simultaneously.

It's a best spot to have some change in a life rather than daily routine that's why, most of the time seen youngsters love to climb high mountains, and wants to make new record among their friends with chill phill and also captured all the scenic views which are unseen to them with joy.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

Mushkpuri Top Peak Trek • Mushkpuri Ayubia National Park

Category

Peak

Rating
NearBy Landmark Ayubia National Park
Location Mushkpuri Track, Abbottabad
City / Town Abbottabad
State Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK)
Country Pakistan
Address

Mushkpuri Peak, Nathia Gali Road, Abbottabad

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 34.0624013046696 °N,    73.428111076355 °E


Travelor Instructions

Mushkpuri Top Peak Abbottabad Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours Open


Mushkpuri Peak Map




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