Battagram Valley is a valley in Battagram District, which is located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, formerly known as North-West Frontier Province, northern Pakistan.
The Baleeja valley of Battagram district, which boasts of mountain ranges as high as 8,000 to 10,000 feet, needs to be developed to promote tourism in the area.
The valley situated in the south of Battagram is about 12 kilometres in longitude, starting from Chatterplain in Mansehra in the south and reaching to Musa ka Musala valley in the north.
Gulfam Sabir, a poet and writer, who visited the valley for hiking on Saturday, told Dawn that Baleeja was comparatively easily accessible from Battagram by jeep, taking 40 minutes to reach the flap of the valley at Malkal Gali. He said the visitors had to trek the mountains for four to five hours to reach the valley.