Mushkpuri being the second highest hill station with about 9452 feet (2880 meters) above from sea level, situated in the city of Galiyat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The word mushkpuri derives from two words: Moksha means liberation and Puri means city. The site is famous for its trekking, colorful fairy fragmented carpet of flowers in the green Meadows, a bird sanctuary, and hill station from where Jhelum River, the region of Circle Bakote, the Kashmir valley, and the city of Murree can be seen. There is also water pond which provides the beautiful reflection of trees and sky.
From Nathiagali, there is a hill trek with 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) of the climb which takes approximately 3 hours to reach Mushkpuri. Another trek from Dunga Galli is also there which is considered good for families. It is advised to those who fear from the height that they should choose the trek from nathia gali.