Ayubia National Park is a small park situated amongst the majestic Murree hills. This park provides refuge to the elusive leopard and the black bear. The park supports one of the best remaining examples of moist Himalayan temperate forest in Pakistan and is surrounded by seven major villages and three small towns (Nathiagali, Ayubia and Khanspur). The national park consists entirely of reserve forests, which spill out of the park area on the west and south sides This park provides refuge to the elusive leopard and the black bear. The scenery is superb with huge pine forests covering the hills and providing shelter to the larger and smaller mammals.
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