Muzaffarabad City is Kashmir in miniature. Two rivers flowing through the city, a multitude of springs, towering mountains all around and fruit trees make the city true representative of Kashmir. The traditional Kashmiri architecture comprising wooden houses presents a breath taking view.
Standing majestically in the south of the city is Muzaffarabad Fort, generally known as Red Fort which traces back a checquered history.
As a consequence of plentiful greenery, the pollution level in and around Muzaffarabad is next to none. Contamination-free air makes the place favourite for tourists. You enjoy all weathers in Muzaffarabad. Winter is moderately cold and the summer gets quite hot. In between the two extremes there is a period of moderate weather. In spring, the mountains are carpeted with green grass and wild flowers decorate hills and ridges.
Muzaffarabad is not place bustling with traffic. At off peak hours the volume of the traffic is considerably low. Riksha (tri-cycle) is a commons means of public transport.
There are plenty of hill stations around Muzaffarabad. To the north is Neelum valley, the dreamland and the beautiful landscapes of Athmakam and Sharda. To the East South situated is the beautiful town of Chakkar and Sudan Gali. A hike to the peak leaves your muscles sweetly aching for rest accompanied by indescribable freshness. To the west of the city, is the historical place of Bala Kot where lie buried are the heroes of Islamic movements. In the south of Muzaffarabad are Murree Hills a resort where people crowds to spend a pleasant day in hot summer.
To the east of the city is the awe-inspiring top of Pir Chinassi. Due to its tremendous scenic beauty, velvet green plateaus and wonderful climate, it wins admiration of nature lovers. The view of the summit of the neighbouring mountain peaks spell bounds a tourist. Devotees of Saint Shah Hussain Burkhart take pilgrimage to rejuvenate their adjust hearts.