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    Abbottabad Chairlift

    This is first phase of chairlift.... start from Township ( Nawansher) to Mera Rehmat Khan.  In second phase you 'll enjoy cable car from Mera Rehmat Khan to Patti Forest and Thandiani

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    Babusar Top

    Babusar Pass is at a distance of 80 km from Naran. It is on the way to the pass that the Kaghan valley's scenery becomes most dramatic. Battakundi is at a distance of 16 km from Naran and provides access to Lalazar Plateau, lake Dodiputsar and lake Lulusar which is the biggest natural lake in Hazara and the source of Kunhar river. From Babusar Top mighty Nanga Parbat (8126 m) can be seen on a clear day.

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    Bampokha

    Touring Bampokha in Pakistan! Bampokha in the region of North-West Frontier Province is located in Pakistan - some 76 mi (or 123 km) North-West of Islamabad, the country's capital.

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    Bansara Gali

    Bara Gali is one of the mountain resort towns of the galyat and Auyabi nation park, at an altitude of 2,350 meters (7,710 ft). It is located in the Abbottabad of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in northern Pakistan.

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    Chittagong Hill Tracts

    The Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) in the south-eastern part of Bangladesh comprises a total area of 5,093 sq. miles (13,189 sq. km.) encompassing three hill districts: Rangamati, Khagrachari and Bandarban. It shares borders with Myanmar on the south and southeast, India on the north and northeast, and the Chittagong district of Bangladesh on the west. It is one of the most diverse regions in the country. Home to eleven indigenous ethnic groups, colectivelly known as the Jumma people, these indigenous groups are distinct from the majority Bengali people of Bangladesh in respect of race, language, culture, heritage, religion, political history, and economy. This ethnic and religious differences that separate the Jumma people of the rest of the Bangladeshi population has been a source of permanent conflict in the region. After an armed conflict that lasted more than 20 years, the signing of the 1997 "CHT Accord" was regaded as the cornerstone of a new period of peaceful coexistence between the inhabitants of the Chittagong Hills Tracts and Bangladesh.

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    Dunga Gali

    (Doonga Gali) Dunga Gali Abbottabad is a high Mountain Resort spot, located in the area of Ayubia National Park, Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It has an altitude of 2376 meters in northern Pakistan. Doonga Gali Town Abbottabad area use as a Sanatorium, Hotel, Post office and a Small Church. Dunga gali Abbottabad Pakistan is also the entry point of Ayubia National Park, which is spread over an area of 3312 hectares and is the natural habitat of numerous species of wild animals. (Doonga Gali) Dunga Gali Abbottabad is also having so many treks to enjoy in a cool weather surrounding lots more entertaining activities could be do with friends and family members.

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    Karo Darra

    The picture with the title sky land karo darra dir was taken by the photographer MUNIR KHALI -khall dir pakistan on 04 November 2012 and published over ...

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    Kashmir Point

    Kashmir Point is a scenic viewpoint in Murree, Pakistan, where the mountains of Kashmir can be viewed. It is situated on the Mall Road. Kashmir  Point is Mostly visited by families in summer.

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    Katkala

    The picture with the title Katkala (Beautiful Village of Buner) کا ٹکلہ was taken by the photographer tariqpathan on 11 March 2011 and published over ...

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    Khanpur Dam Viewpoint

    Khanpur Dam is located on the River Harno in the the village of Khanpur near Potowar Plateau, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.Dam is about 25 miles (40 km) away from Islamabad, Pakistan. Khanpur Dam is the source of domestic water supplies in Rawalpindi and Islamabad, and irrigation water to many of the agricultural and industrial areas surrounding the twin cities.  The dam was completed in 1983 after a 15-year construction period believed to have cost Rs. 1,352 million. It is 167 feet (51 m) high and stores 110,000 acre feet (140,000,000 m3) of water.

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    Lalazar

    Lalazar is a tourist spot situated 21 km from It is located at the height of 10,499 feet (3,200 meters).  Lalazar is a lush green meadow with full of wild flowers and pine and fir forest. The road to Lalazar is a typical Pakistani mountain road, with hills on one side and a deep khud (valley) on the other side. The only difference was that the khud is the Kunhar River. Lalazar is a place where one would enjoy camping. It is a must-see when visiting the Kaghan Valley and attracts lots of visitors every year. Its great beauty is highly appreciated, and people go to see its beautiful wildlife. It is also a full day trip like Saiful Maluk. On a clear sunny day, its possible to view the snow-covered peak of "Falak Sonia" from Lalazar. This peak has also got a fairy tale story in its background, like most of the other places in Kaghan Valley. You may also see the River Kunhar flowing roughly thousands of feet below the altitude you would be standing. It is accessible by a jeep track from Naran via Battakundi. Lalazar is situated on the other end of Lake Saiful Muluk, over the mountain; a small resort worth visiting. A large green plateau gives a lovely view of the valley below. The place can be reached through the deadliest track on jeep with several twists and turn. For hiker lovers, there are two hiking tracks, one of them is a 5-hour hike, over a mountain pass from Lake Saiful Muluk. Another track which starts from Batakundi takes around 1 hour of hiking. You may find a guide. One can get a chance to see the rare wildlife variety of "Markhoor" on this track during the months of October and November.

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    Lowari Pass

    This road is between the mountains on each side of it. While crossing this 145KM long track with dangerous curves, every year dozens of people die. Most of them are the truck drivers. That’s why, in locals, this pass is known as Hell’s road. Unfortunately the people how die during the winter periods are buried under the snow and can be found only when the snow melts during summer.

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