Margalla Urban Wilderness

An extension of the Islamabad wildlife sanctuary, Margalla Hills National Park is located in the foothills of the Himalayan range. The topography is rugged, with numerous valleys and many steep and even precipitous slopes. The area is drained by the River Kurang and its tributaries, which flow into the River Soan. The park was setup to provide refuge to Gray Goral, Barking deer and the Leopard.

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