North of Pakistan, in the high mountains, is a region called Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) that is very sparsely populated. Superlatives are frequently used to describe its natural surroundings, including having the longest glaciers outside of the polar regions, the second-highest peak in the world (K2), and four additional eight-thousanders. Geographically, GB is divided into three high mountain systems: the Himalaya, Karakorum, and Hindukush. It is primarily a high-mountain desert. In terms of language, religion, and ethnicity, GB society is diverse.

Patriata – On the Lower Topa side, Patriata is located about 15 kilometers from the noticeable Murree hills. The hill station was recently built to accommodate more Murree visitors. From New Murree to Patriata, take a 7 km-long chairlift & cable car ride of the highest caliber. Great high-rising trees and lovely hills are additional attractions for families and couples to enjoy their vacation in this area.

It is best to schedule your trip for the summer if you want to avoid the tourist crowds in Patriata. You can feel secure taking the cable car. However, if you intend to travel to Murree in the busiest winter months, be ready for a lengthy wait for tickets.

Upper and Lower Topa – Both Upper and Lower Topa are situated at a height of 7000 feet. Additionally, in the sweltering summer heat, the Upper and Lower Topa offers tourists a relaxing retreat. The area also wore a white blanket during the winter after a lot of snow fell there.

Ayubia –  is the best picnic location in Murree because it has an Ayubia National Park that is 1,050 meters above sea level. Additionally, it extends over 3,027 meters at the mountaintops within the valleys of the Murree mountains, which are lushly green and home to thousands of tourists and a pleasant climate.

Ghora Gali – Murree’s Ghora Gali is another well-known location. Many hotels and resorts are available to accommodate the large number of visitors to Ghora Gali. A once-in-a-lifetime experience, the delicious food and breathtaking scenery are unbeatable.

Mall Road – Murree’s most well-known market is on Mall Road. You can find all of Murree’s distinctive items right here. At 3 am, the road is open. People frequently enjoy taking a stroll there to take advantage of the pleasant weather and delicious food options. It is true that the street is bustling with people, businesses, and smiling faces.

Pindi Point – Nearly 15 minutes to walk to Pindi Point from Mall Road. Visitors enjoy taking the 1.5 km Chairlift ride from Pindi Point to Bansara Gali. The chairlift’s scenery is also a wonderful experience. It’s breathtaking to look down from the top at the lushly green mountains with the winding road.

Murree uses Pindi Point as a surveillance station. Because Islamabad and Rawalpindi can be seen from the top, it is known as Pindi Point. Additionally visible are the stunning Murree Hills and pine forests. From Mall Road, it takes just 15 minutes to get to Pindi Point. Numerous cafes and restaurants welcome families.

Nathiagali – All of Murree District depends on the Galliyat, and Nathiagali is the most popular Gali there. For instance, Murree and Abbottabad are both 35 kilometers away from Nathiagali. With an elevation of 8400 feet, it is elevated. Additionally, the Nathiagali offers breathtaking views with the snow-capped peaks of Kashmir and Kohistan in the background. In a clear sky, one can see Nanga Parbat’s enormous mountains.