632 maal bekeken, 4 maal gedownload
in de buurt Sundar Ban, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Pakistan)
A mule road hugging the contours of the Galis mountain ridge, above 8000 feet from sea level the trail follows an isolated pristine part of the lower Himalayan alpine forest. The trail and several Dak Bungalows were built in the late Nineteenth Century by the British Colonists, to inspect the woods, patrol the mountain passes and as summer retreat. This is the remotest bit of the road, dagri banglaw is the loneliest and almost delipidated of several banglaws every 15-16 miles on the road. Being nearest to Islamabad this is definitely the must do trail on a weekend.
the most beautiful colonial bungalow any where in the world. But badly damaged and in need to preservation.
trail end or starts here.