Bagh has high mountains with sky lining ridges and valleys. On administrative basis, the Bagh has been divided into three sub-divisions of Bagh, Dhirkot and Harigehl.. The height of Bagh city from the sea level is 3556 feet. Global coordinates of the headquarters lie at 33° 58′ 45″ N and 73° 46′ 39″ E. The district has a population of 371919 persons abiding in an area of 768 square kilometers. The weather conditions of the district remain moderate throughout the year with cold season of four months in winter. The Bagh possesses many attractive and charismatic places to pay a stay to enjoy the nature in its hub.
Sudhan Gali is a rural place situated in Bagh, Azad Kashmir. It is found on the major road that joins the district Bagh to Muzaffarabad through Chikkar. It is located at an elevation of 7000 feet. This good-looking scenic place attracts hundreds of tourists from all over the cities of Azad Kashmir and Pakistan. There are two visitor houses for the tourists, which have been erected very wonderfully and catch the attention of a large number of people each summer. The place is an eminent area for hiking tracks. Sudhan Gali is also a home to a number of of the rarest forests in the region enclosing ancient pine trees of over hundred years of age. Due to deficiency of information and awareness, these forests are now endangered to become extinct because of continue deforestation. The area is a fairy land for the nature loving tourists.
Neela But is an historic tourist trail in Bagh, Azad Kashmir. It is positioned at about 31 kilometers from Bagh city and 6 kilometers straight up from Dhirkot at an altitude of 6,600 feet. A tourist rest house is located here for tourists stay. There is a historic importance of Neela But that is elevated magnificent hill with a heavenly artistic outlook. According to freedom history Kashmir this is the place from where the freedom fighters launched a struggle to liberate it from Dogra Rule. For this specialty, the day of Neela But is celebrated every year on 23rd of August. Along with the historic eminency, the area is also a touristic magnetism for the sightseers.
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At a height of 9985 feet, Ganga Choti or Ganga peak is a charming peak close to the village of Sudhan Gali in Bagh, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It is located in the Pir Panjal Range and is the end point of the Panjal Mastan National Park which is graceful region the picturesque landscapes. The public park is extended from Pir Kanthi to Ganga Choti and crosses over villages of Khawaja, Jabbarh Ratnoi and Kotla. Ganga Choti is positioned along and linked with Inter district road amid the districts of Bagh and Hattian Bala. Weather is very pleasant in summer with the maximum temperature going to 15 °C (59 °F).There are many tourist places that magnetize the tourists here. There is availability of lodgings for the tourists. There are water falls and fresh water pools for swimming.
Bagh is a tourism magnetized district like Neelum Valley. The road distance of Bagh city from Muzaffarabad is 93 kilometers and the city is approached directly from Islamabad with 214 kilometers long road passing through Murree, Kohala and Dhirkot. There are abundant facilities of lodging, dining and shopping throughout the district. Touristic attractions of the region are unique in kind and spirit for the people who are fond of natural glamour displaying areas.