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Musa Ka Musala is a mountain at the junction of Siran and Kaghan Valleys in northern Pakistan. The summit stands at 4080 meters. The name translates to “Moses’ Mat” which has different stories associated with it. Some believe it to be named after a local shepherd with the name of Musa who used to pray at the peak.
At the top, there is a Shrine made up of different stones and marked with colorful flags ( supposedly the grave of the shepherd "Musa" ).
Musa Ka Musala is a great trek, that takes you through a variety of terrains. It is not monotonous. The trek starts off dry, eventually hitting the water, bushes, and thicker forest and eventually ends up in snow on the summit day.
Musa Ka Musalla