Malika Parbat peaks are situated in Kaghan Valley. The ridge-line that contains peaks of name Malika Parbat has 04 prominent summits. Malika Parbat (South) also the main peak and the highest in whole of Kaghan. This peak was climbed by Pakistani Rashid Butt and Omer Bin Abdul Aziz in 1998, however, Rashid Butt fell to his death while climbing down the mountain.
Malika Parbat (Queen of the mountains) (el. 5,290 meters (17,356 ft)) is the most astounding top in Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan around six km south of Lake Saiful Muluk close Ansoo Lake. The mountain is obviously noticeable from the well known traveler spot of Lake Saiful Maluk in Kaghan Valley. It is available from Naran-Lake Saiful Muluk side and from Batakundi-Dadar Chitta Glacier. There are three summits that structures Malika Parbat.
Imran Junaidi from Pakistan and Jens Simonsen from Denmark climbed the its (North) crest in July, 2012. Imran Junaidi is the primary Pakistani to have climbed the North top. The mountain is considered non-climbable among the nearby populace because of steepness and other mountain and also extraordinary risks.