Shogran Valley - Travel Pakistan

in GEMS2 months ago (edited)


Shogran is a hill station located in the Kaghan Valley, Pakistan. It is a green plateau and is 2,362 metres above sea level. Shogran is located 34 Km away from Balakot approximately 20-minute drive but the road is very dangerous. In Shogran hotels and motels are available and rent is from 4k to 30k. It is a family fun place and people who like nature and hiking, they must visit this place. The local people are very nice, peaceful and friendly. In summer this place is populated, tourists from Pakistan and around the world visit this place.





If you plan a trip to Shogran then you must visit Forest Resthouse. This Resthouse has a big lush green garden that is decorated beautifully. People sit and relax there and enjoy the view of beautiful snow-covered mountains. From this place, you can see Siri Paye and 'Musa ka Musala Peak'. If you wish to visit Siri Paye then you can hire a jeep from Shogran. Shogran to Siri Paye road is very rough and only people with strong nerves should try this venture. Shogran's weather is highly unpredictable but pleasant.







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Nice photos.

Pakistan is on my list of "unusual places" (in a good way, because it is not a tourist place worldwide) for me to visit one day.

Sure, Beautiful place, Must visit.