‘Paye’ means “high grazing ground” in Hindko language. Paye is a lush green meadow at an altitude of 2800 meters above Shogran plateau. In spring Paye blooms with flowers of different colours and with a backdrop of white Makra Peak; Paye becomes the ultimate weekend destination form the capital of Pakistan. In winters it becomes wide meadow of snow. While ‘Siri’ means ‘lake’; its a small lake situated before Paye meadows. In winters Siri gets frozen in such a way that one can walk over it.