Toli Peer, a road to the end of the world
Toli peer is a hilltop at an elevation of 2.566m (8,418ft) above the sea level, located in the north-eastern area of Tehsil Rawalakot in the Poonch District of Azad Kashmir, in Pakistan.
The road to the summit was paved a few years ago, but now it is pathetic. Most of the time, the road is accessible by passenger car and RV, but not recommended if you have a weak car. The winding road to the summit is called Toli Peer road. The road has some steep parts, with an 18% of maximum gradient.
The road is 33.6 km (20.87 mile) long and runs from Abbaspur to Ban Behak. It’s said to be the most attractive point in Rawalakot. This picturesque natural area on a high hill with lush meadowland is known for its views. The summit is the spot of origin of three diverse mountain ridges. Remember the road is dangerous so be careful in rain and don't go in the evening.
Road suggested by: Jorge Manuel Gómez Sánchez
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