It is the highest peak of Abbottabad District in the North West
Frontier Province of Pakistan and is a big attraction for hikers.
It is situated near Nathia Gali, about 80 kilometres (50 mi) north
of Islamabad in the Himalayan ranges. From Nathia Gali it takes three hours
to reach the peak. It is an easy walk and the top offers a spectacular view.
It has less space at the top compared to the neighbouring mountain
From the top of Mera Jani the following places can easily be seen Azad
Kashmir, Jhelum River (Kohala), Tarbela lake, Abbottabad city, Havelian, and
Thandiani. On a clear day, the treacherous mountain Nanga Parbat can be seen
400 km away.
Miranjani is also clad in Pine, Walnut and Oak Maple
trees,and other shrub and herbs. From Miranjani one take many short strolls
through the pine forests. Tourists can walk up a track starting from the
Governorís House to the top of Miranjani Hill (2960 metres high), that takes
6 to 7 hours both ways.
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