Ganga Choti is a highest peak in Azad Kashmir located near the Union Council Birpani village Bani Minhasan in the beautiful Bagh District of Kashmir, Pakistan.
The peak is situated in the Pir Panjal Range, with an elevation of 3,045 meters (9,990 ft). It is situated in between Chikar, an ancient city known for its historical significance during the Dogra and Budshah dynasties, and Bagh District.
A major part of Ganga Choti is in Bagh District, with a small part in Chikar District. The peak can be reached from two ways, one from Chikar and the other from Bagh Sudan Gali Road. Sudan Gali is a small town located at the foot of Ganga Choti, with a few shops and hotels available for travelers.
Visitors can stay at Sudan Gali because of the availability of facilities such as eating and lodging options in the Sudan Gali bazar.