Nathiagali is a picturesque hill resort nestled in the sylvan slopes of the lower Himalayan ring, at a height of 2600 meters in the forest-clad hills, about three hours north-east of Islamabad, Pakistan's capital city. A little town is known solely to those seeking relief from the heat and who like natural beauty, it has become the site of an annual activity of high-level intellectual dialogue in this area of the world. It provides an excellent blend of tranquil atmosphere conducive to learning and enjoining nature's beauty at its best, with snow-capped views of Nanga Parbat and other Karakorum peaks and a cool and bracing climate heavy with the scent of firs and pines and ablaze in a riot of color presented by roses, cherries, and wildflowers. It is home to a tiny timbered church, parks, bungalows, and the Governor's residence.
In the winter, Nathiagali receives a lot of snow, and the temperatures are usually below freezing. Snowfall of 6-8 feet is common in Nathiagali. Temperatures in these resorts range from 15oC at night to 30oC during the day, making for a comfortable summer. The monsoons are unpredictable, and sudden storms followed by precipitation and quick staccato bursts of hail may make the air rather cold. Between October and March, the formerly lush green transforms into a shimmering fairyland. Murree, Patriata, Ayubia, and Bhurban are also local areas of interest. Bhurban is blessed with natural visual beauty, calm, and tranquility since it is surrounded by densely forested pine and chestnut trees. Those seeking adventure can go from the Governor House to the 9,711-foot (2,960-meter) high Miranjani summit, which takes around six hours.
Dungagali, 3 kilometers from Nathiagali, is the entrance of Ayubia National Park. From here, you may trek the lovely "Dunga Gali Pipe Line Track," which is 4 kilometers long. This route will take you to Ayubia in under an hour. On this trail, you may see a variety of unusual birds, animals, and vegetation. Due to several issues, the Summer College will be held at the National Centre for Physics in Islamabad this year.
Mukshpuri, sometimes known as Moshpuri, is a 2,800-meter (9,200-foot) peak in the Nathiagali Hills of northern Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region. It is located 90 kilometres (56 miles) north of Islamabad, close above Dunga Gali in the Ayubia National Park's Nathiagali region. The Western Himalayan subalpine conifer forests cover much of the mountain. The climb from Nathiagali on the western side of the mountain is a steady 4-kilometer (2.5-mile) ascent. On the Dunga Gali side of the mountain, there is a steeper path. On this side, there is a bird sanctuary that was built with the support of the European Union. The following locations may be viewed from the summit of Mukshpuri peak, on the eastern boundary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Circle Bakote, the Jhelum River, the Bagh District of Azad Kashmir, the city of Murree and the Murree Tehsil in the south, and the city of Murree and the Murree Tehsil in the north.