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Ayubia Valley Hill station mountains Ayubia Pakistan

Ayubia Hill Ayubia 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..


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