And finally we made it at top of Peer ki Gali and saw the famous smiling curve between the two hills. The curve between the mountains that is actually called as the “Gali”. Peer ki Gali is actually a mountain pass that lies between Shopian and Bafliaz. I have covered this place in details in a different article Peer ki Gali – The Heart of Mughal Road. From either Bafliaz or Shopian, you keep climbing up to the top of the pass and then climb down to the other side. There is a mazar here at the pass; shrine of Sheikh Noor-u-Din Noorani and this is from where the pass gets its name as Peer ki Gali. It reminded me much of Rohtang Pass because the vistas looked similar but it was far more beautiful than crowded Rohtang. If you are visiting Srinagar, then I highly recommend that you return to Jammu via Mughal Road or at least make it a day’s trip till Peer ki Gali. You will really like it.