Mountain Peak in Bagh Valley Azad Jammu & Kashmir

Ganga Choti is a majestic peak situated in the northern part of Bagh Valley Azad Kashmir, at an elevation of 3045 meters above sea level. This peak holds great prominence as one of the most renowned in Azad Kashmir. The journey from the city of Bagh to Ganga Choti takes roughly an hour, offering travelers a breathtaking experience. From the summit, one can witness the magnificent mountains of Indian-controlled Kashmir, such as Mount Kazi Nag, Shamsa Bari Range, and the vast expanse of Afarwat Gulmarg. Moreover, Ganga Choti is connected to the Panjal Mastan Range, stretching from Naza Gali Peak to Pirkanti Peak. The route from Islamabad to Ganga Choti typically takes around 5 hours to complete, making it a popular destination for adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike.

East view of Ganga Choti from Kotla vilage Rattan Valley

The picture captures the view of Ganga Choti, taken from Kotla Village. Kotla Village is a beautiful village located in northern Bagh, Azad Kashmir. It is known for its breathtaking scenery, and from Kotla Village, one can witness the most stunning view of the Ganga Mountain. The village is surrounded by natural beauty, with lush greenery and majestic mountains. People visiting Kotla Village are often mesmerized by the picturesque landscapes and serene atmosphere. The view of Ganga Choti from Kotla Village is truly enchanting, offering a glimpse of nature's magnificence.