is a beautiful place near Murree hill station.
It has four small hill stations named known
as Ghora Daka, Khanspur; Changla Gali and
Khairagali. These four resorts scattered
over an area of about 16 miles / 26 kms
are now being developed as a modern hill
resort complex . when fully developed, Ayubia
will provide modern comfort and conveniences
including hotels, restaurants and facilities
for summer and winter sports. Ayubia is
another cool place near Murree.Khairagali,
Changlagali, Khanspur and Ghora Dhaka, these
four mini resorts spread over an area of
26 km have been developed into a resort
complex called Ayubia. In addition to riding
trails, hiking places and picnic spots,
Ayubia has a chair lift, which like a ski-lift,
takes you up to the summit of the nearby
range for a panoramic view of the forested
hills. Ayubia is 26 km from Murree..
Attractions of Gilgit
Nature has given Gilgit Baltistan with perfect beauty, high peaks, snowy mountains, fresh water lakes, lush green fairy meadows, at the same time this area is also blessed with unlimited and heavy deposits of precious and semi-precious stones, precious & semi-precious metals, and industrial stones like Ruby, Gold, Topaz, Aquamarine, Tourmaline, Epidote, Paragasite, Zircon, Actinolite, Lead, Moonstone, Himalayan Quartz, Emerald, Marble, Granite, Feldspar, Mica, Calcite, Feldspar, Antimony, Graphite, Alum, Coal, Copper, Barite, China Clay etc..
is one and half hours drive to Murree from
Islamabad via the 55 km well carpeted winding
road. Murree, known as the Queen of Hills
is 2,413 meters high. Beyond Murree, the
hill resorts of Ayubia, Khairagali, Bhurban,
Patriata, Dongagali and Nathiagali also
offer cool respite from the torrid heat
of plains. The Galis are a string of hill
resorts along the ridge between Murree and
Abbottabad, on the Karakoram Highway. Founded
as a hill station by the British in 1851.
Murree remains, however, a little bit of
England, complete with The Mall for promenading,
parks, churches, schools, clubs and cafes.
Since independence, Murree has become the
summer retreat of the governor of Punjab
and, since Islamabad became the capital
of Pakistan in 1962, has expanded rapidly.
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