10 most beautiful Mountaineous in khyber-pakhtoonkhwa Pakistan

Peshawar

Peshawar

Peshawar, the Capital of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, is located on the eastern end of Khyber Pass surrounded by different mountain ranges on three sides, at the distance of 187 km from Islamabad on Islambad-Peshawar Motorway M-1.

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Bannu

Bannu

Bannu is situated at 198 km from Peshawar on the basin drained by the Kurram River and the Gambila River, flowing from Waziristan Hills. It has very fertile land, surrounded by rugged and dry mountains.

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Battagram

Battagram

Battagram is located in the Karakoram Range having an elevation of 3406 feet, at the distance of 291 km from Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and is accessible via Mansehra on the Karakoram Highwary N35. The climate of battagram is mild warm with extreme humidity. Temperature is not much high even in summer, but humidity remains there.

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Buner

Buner

Buner is located at the distance of 142 km from Peshawar via Mardan and Charguli in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa. It is a mountain valley, surrounded by mountain ranges such as Ilam Range, the Duma Range, the Guru mountains and the Sinawar Range.

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Dera Ismail Khan

Dera Ismail Khan

Dera Ismail Khan is situated on the west bank of the Indus River as a border line between Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and Punjab there, located at the distance of 300 km from Peshawar city on Indus Highway N55 via Kohat and Bannu.

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Haripur

Haripur

Haripur is situated in Hazara at the distance of 160 km from Peshawar on Karakoram Highway N35 on the bank of the Dor River, at an altitude of 2,000 feet. It was also the main city in the ancient Gandhara civilization. Its name is derived due to Sardaar Hari Singh Nalwa, who was Nazim of Haripur during Sikh regime.

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Karak

Karak

Karak is a district in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa at the distance of 139 km from Peshawar main city on Indus Highwary. Its landsacpe is composed of barren mountains but rich with natural minerals such as oil, gas, salt and uranium, etc.

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Kohat

Kohat

Karak is situated on the bank of the Indus River at an distance of 138 km from Peshawar on the Indus Highway N55 via Kohat. It is an historical city and was part of the princely state of Teri which was ruled by Nawab of Teri.

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Kohistan

Kohistan

Kohistan is an administrative region and covering an area around the Indus River next to Battagram on Karakoram Highway. It is located at a distance of 421 km from Peshawar to its head quarter Dasu. It is the main connecting point with Gilgit-Baltistan via Karakoram Highway. Due Indus River and its tributaries, Kohistan is mainly covered with lush green trees so you can enjoy the travelling and pictureques views on Karakoram Highway.

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Mardan

Mardan

Mardan is situated at a distance of 61 km from Peshawar on Nowshera-Mardan Road. It remained as a part of Gandhara dynasty in the past and is a part of the Peshawar valley. There are number of archaeological sites of Takht Bhai, Sawal Dher and Jamal Garhi.

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