Musa Ka Musala stands at an altitude of 4080 meters at the junction of Siran and Kaghan Valleys in Himalaya. The name translates to “Moses’ Mat” which has different stories associated with it. While some believe it to be named after a local shepherd with the name of Musa who used to pray at the peak, some even attribute it to the prophet Moses. At the top, there is a Shrine made up of different stones and marked with colorful flags. Its’ status has always been debatable whether, it is a peak or plateau.
Musa ka Musala peak can be attempted using many routes. We use the conventional Munda Gucha Route as it is more established and its easier to arrange logistics on this route.
You first need to reach Shinkiyari ( a town up in the north of Manshera ), and from there further head to Munda Gucha.
Munda Gucha village is where your journey actually begins. You can hire a guide + donkey here who will guide you up to the mountain and also carry logistics like food, tents etc.
Address: Mansehra, Khyber pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan