The Margalla Hills — also called the Margalla Mountain Range and simply known as Margalla, is a hill range part of the lesser Himalayas located north of Islamabad, Pakistan. Margalla Range has an area of 12,605 hectares.
The hill range nestles between an elevation of 685 meters at the western end and 1,604 meters on its east with average height of 1000 meters. Its highest peak, Tilla Charouni, looks absolutely splendid when it snows.
1. The lush greens of the Margalla Hills spread vast and long
2. The phenomenal Faisal Mosque is the starting point of Margalla
3. A brilliant escapade in the Margalla Hills at dawn
4. The stagnantly picturesque entrance to the Margalla Hills
5. A steep turn at Daman-e-Koh, Margalla Hills
6. The lovely sunset vista on the Margalla Hills
7. The Saeed Trail-5 on the Margalla Hills. Would you want to trek here?
8. A splendid lake somewhere amidst the Margalla Hills
9. A scenic view of the city from the Margalla Hills at night
10. The Margalla Hills offer tourists the complete package with these chair-lifts
11. Margalla Hills caters to wild animals as well, like this recently spotted Leopard
12. This is how the gorgeous Hills look when it snows
13. Monkeys lust and roam around the Margalla Hills on daily basis, an attraction
14. And finally, the famous Monal restaurant situated atop the Margalla Hills
So, when are you packing your bags and leaving for the Margalla Hills?