Thandiani (literally means “very cold”) is a hill station in foothills of Himalayas, situated in Gilyat which is about 31 kilometers from Abbottabad, the city of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is famous for a lush green hill station, small caves of wildlife, an extensive thick forest of pine and a perfect place to rest with cold nights.
From Abbottabad to Thandiani, there is a beautiful trek which also passes through Dagri Naka. Thandiani also gives a beautiful view of the other areas like the mountains of Kashmir to the east beyond Kunhar river, mountains of Kaghan, and Kohistan to the North and Northeast.
From Abbottabad, by taking Murree road and turn after 6km near famous Illyasi Mosque under which water flows, from there a link road will take you to Thandiani.