Daman-e-Koh

Daman-e-Koh

Daman-e-Koh is a survey point and hill top garden north of Islamabad and situated middle the Margalla Hills. Its name is a conjunction of two Persian words, which together means foot slopes. It is around 2400ft from ocean level and just about 500ft from the city of Islamabad. It is a prevalent destination for the occupants and in addition the guests to the capital.

Daman-e-Koh is a midpoint for vacationers on their way to the higher perspective point Pir Sohawa which is situated at the highest point of Margalla Hills at a height of around 3600ft. There is an arrangement to build a chairlift from Daman-e-Koh to Pir Sohawa. Monkeys are a typical sight amid winter. Cheetahs are regularly answered to dive from higher slopes of Murree during snowfall

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Margalla Hills

Margalla Hills

The Margalla Hills — additionally called the Margalla Mountain Range and basically known as Margalla, is a slope run part of the lesser Himalayas found north of Islamabad, Pakistan. Margalla Range has a zone of 12,605 hectares. The slopes are a piece of Murree slopes. It is a reach with numerous valleys and in addition high mountains.

The slope range settles between a rise of 685 meters at the western end and 1,604 meters on its east with normal stature of 1000 meters. Its most noteworthy top is Tilla Charouni. The reach gets snowfall in winters.

On 6 January 2012, after right around six years, Pir Sohawa, the city’s most astounding visitor spot, got few inches of snowfall.

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