The hill station of Ghora Gali is 5,000 feet high from the sea level.
It falls within the purview of Murree sub-district. The pleasant climate and scenery make it a worth visiting place. What distinguishes it from similar hill station is that it bear resemblance with Great Britain. Originally, this hill station was developed for the colonial army in the 19th century.
The first part of the name means horse. The second part of the name means street. Thus, it means Horse Street. With the passage of time, these streets got developed, and now it is one of the tourist attractions of this area. It is a town now.
The second important point to visit here is the ruins of Murree Brewery. Then, there is chairlift, which gives a ride of more than one kilometre to the visitor. The holidaymaker reaches Pindi Point from here. Lawrence College is another important reason for the fame of this resort. A stopover offered by TDCP makes it possible for a tourer to enjoy this place. TDCP recommends this hill station. The Queen of Hills is barely 4 kilometres away from here.