Murree, an ideal and modern hill station, is situated on the Pir Panjal Range in Punjab at the altitute of 7,516 feet, at the distance of 72 km from Pawalpindi throuhg Islamabad-Murree Expressway - N75. It is easily accessible from Rawalpindi and Muzzafarabad.
A large number of tourists visit Murree every year especially in winter season to enjoy the snowfalls. The most visiting place in Murree is Mall Road, where tourists enjoy evening walk and shopping.
The Murree Galliat region is known for its landscape covered with pine and oak trees which create an amazing scenic beauty of the area. From Kashmir Point, one can see the snow-capped peaks of Kashmir region in a clear weather.
Patriata, at the distance of 15 km from Murree, is the main attraction of the town. There has chairlift to enjoy the valley from the top. Patriata is the highest point in Murree.
Pindi Point has an attraction to get the broader view of Rawalpindi and Islamabad city from the Murree Hills.
Main Locations in Murree
Ayubia, also known as Ayubia National Park, is located at the distance of 80 km from Rawalpindi, in Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is situated at an elevation of 8,000 feet above sea level and large collection of pine forest in Pakistan and...
Bhurban is located at the distance of 9 km from Murree City at Kashmir Road and a very attractive hill station, at an elevation of 6,000 feet in Murree, Punjab
Dunga Gali is very attractive place for the hiker and trekers as it is the base camp of Mukshpuri top, 9,200 feet high mountain. Dunga Gali is locatated 87 km from Rawalpindi and just after Ayubia, its average elevation is 9,000. There is also a...
Mukshpuri or Moshpuri is the second highest mountain in Galyat area in Nathia Gali, Abbottabad District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, at the elevation of 9,200 feet. It is just located near Dunga Gali in the area of Ayubia National Park. It is...
Nathia Gali is the highest point and hill station in the Galyat area in Abbottabad, and is located at the distance of 82 km from Islamabad via Kashmir Road via Murree. It is fully covered with shades of pine, cedar, wall-net, maple, and oak trees....