It is located at an altitude of 4000 meters, in one of the most remote places to visit in the Kashmir Himalayas, and is dominated by the magnificent peak of Kolahoi. It lies in the Jammu and Kashmir districts of Ganderbal and Anantnag, sharing its borderline with Zanskar on the other hand, and is dominated by the magnificent peak of Kolahoi. Enjoy wonderful trekking in Kashmir, which is carpeted with wide valleys and grasslands. As evidenced by the numerous streams that emerge from the glacie
The first day will consist of a gentle climbing long trail from Aru to Lidderwat covering a distance of 10 kilometers in 6 hours. At an elevation of 9131 feet, the trail to Lidderwat begins to climb straight out of the village, following the course of the Lidder River. Start the trek in Aru to Lidderwat valley where the ascent is steep through fir forest with some Gujjar settlements. Follow the Lidder River's path and walk past the large area of agricultural fencing. From this vantage point, the entire Aru village is clearly visible. Walk through the dense fir forest until you reach Dalla's small clearing. The trail now eases and the steep climb turns into a pleasant walk towards Nandkei; Gujjar settlements can be found throughout the valley. Reach the wooden bridge, with meadows on the other side, and camp anywhere. On the other side, there are lovely clear streams running through the meadows, which is essential if you are camping for the night. Pahalgam District Authority hu
After breakfast under the cotton candy skies and mountains covered with patches of snow, get your things together to start your trek to Satlunjan. See 5-6 Gujjar huts after a 20-minute hike. Trun Khalan can be reached by walking on flat terrain with some inclines. The trail now becomes rocky. Crossing streams and walking past Gujjar huts are highlights. The trail also follows the river. Satlunjan is a large Gujjar village with 15 huts. Satlunjan literally translates to "Seven Bridges," referring to the seven bridges that cross seven mountain streams. The ascent from Satlunjan (10,700 feet) to Rohil Valley is steep. Khalan, the larger village, now appears on the river's left bank. Susrin is on the other side of this village. Ascend to the village's apex and take in the splendor of Susrin Lake. From Khalan to Satlunjan, walk through the boulders along the river. There are 15 huts in this Gujjar village. Reach the valley's apex and call it a day. Bask in the raw beauty of natur
Gather your belongings after breakfast under cotton candy skies and mountains covered in patches of snow to begin your trek. We will hike to an elevation of 12,457 feet in 5 hours, passing through boulders, grasslands, mountain streams, and alpine lakes. It is a gentle climb from the river on the right side of the river. Ascend towards Basmai valley and, after a few minutes, you'll notice Bakarwal huts on your left. When you reach the boulder section, the wide Basmai valley opens up in front of you. Cross the river to the other side. It's a moderate climb all the way to Sonasar after you cross the bridge. The alpine lake appears as a surprise. The banks of this serene beauty will serve as your overnight campsite. This lovely alpine lake has a serene beauty. Set up your tents on the river's banks and retire for the night.
Today, depart from Sonasar Lake and travel to Handilsar Lake. Retrace your steps and return to Satlunjan; it will take you 2.5 hours to get there. Take the trail that leads to Rohil Top. Grasslands, mountain streams, boulders, snow patches, and alpine lakes are all part of the scenery. This is a good place to take a break. The first lake is reached after a gradual ascent. After a 45-minute hike from Satlunjan, you'll arrive there. Following a half-hour walk from Tsangsar Lake to Sunpatri. It is a one-hour moderate climb from Tsangar to Handilsar Lake. Spend the night here. Camping near an alpine lake is an unforgettable experience. The night sky is stunningly beautiful.
Trek from 12,103 feet to 13,000 feet, then descend from 13,000 feet to 10,700 feet for a total distance of 6.5 kilometers. Meadows, crags, and an alpine lake It's another moderate climb to Rohil Top via Hapatsar Lake. The lake, which is at an elevation of 12,800 feet, is a 45-minute mile hike away. The snow patches above Hapatsar are plentiful. They provide water to this alpine lake. The ascent to Rohil Top is moderate, and at 13,000 feet, it is the highest point of the trek. The views from the top are enthralling. The Rohil Nala flows to the trail's left. The Rohil valley is narrower than the Basmai Valley. The terrain is undulating but not physically taxing for those who have followed the recommended fitness regimen. The numerous mountain stream crossings along the trail must be handled with caution. To cross them, use the human chain method. This trek is suitable for a physically active child over the age of 15. Spend at least an hour at the top taking in the scenery. R
Today is the longest day of the journey. The trail, on the other hand, does not present many challenges. You'll be walking through lush grasslands that wind through wide-open valleys densely forested with trees. 14 kilometers of grasslands and mountain streams from 10,700 feet to 7958 feet. The route is dotted with mountain streams, which is always a welcome sight. The milky white stream water is refreshing and energizing. Today, it's critical that you take short five-minute breaks and drink plenty of water. You will lose 2492 feet of altitude in a single day, which can be difficult if you do not pace yourself properly. It is primarily a gentle ascent. If you get an early start, you should arrive in Aru by 3 p.m.