Munro Track (1900 – 1905) is a 66 KM long old, British Era route traversing different valleys, forests & ridges of mountains of Mansehra District (KPK) in Pakistan. KPK Government of Pakistan announced to revive this track for the purpose of hiking, trekking & camping and established ‘Tourist Villages’ along the route. The track starts and ends at old British-era forest rest houses, from Kund Bangla and Kamal Ban Rest House. The track starts from Kundu Bangla from the top of the mountains at an altitude of 2250m.
The Munro Track passes from the beautiful ridge of the mountains connecting two valleys, Siren and Kaghan, Galis/Passes, Nadi Bangla, Naga Forest, Sharran Forest, Manshi Top, and Kamal Ban Forest.
Munro Trail starts from Kund Bangla, the old British-era forest rest house.