India’s best trek – Kashmir great lakes
Descriptions of the Trek in a few words
- Jammu and Kashmir Pir Panjal Range
- 7 days, 6 nights
- Moderate difficulty
- Highest Altitude: 4200m
- Distance total: 82 km
- Base Camp: Sonmarg’s Shitakadi
- Type of arrangement: Tent camping
- The route from Sonamarg to Narnag is its beginning and end.
- Sheik ul Alam Airport, Srinagar, is the nearest airport.
- Jammu Railway Station serves as the nearest rail station.
The Himalayas are home to the Kashmir Valley, the land of paradise. This valley is known for its many trekking opportunities, close shaves, and peace, which make it “heaven upon the earth”.
Between this beautiful valley are the Kashmir Great Lakes. Jammu and Kashmir is India’s jewel, offering a variety of treks. However, it is the best choice for those looking for adventure, fun, and a spiritual experience. The hike is an unforgettable experience that will last a lifetime, regardless of your level of hiking experience. You are astonished by the amazing sights and unforgettable experiences. You will reap the benefits of this hike.
Kudremukh Trek is the first choice of the people, while in Bangalore.
It is surrounded by dense vegetation, flowers, and snow-covered mountains. The beauty of the route is a huge incentive to enjoy the serene landscapes and thrilling adventure.
The Himalayan range of India is far from the concrete jungle and civilization, offering trekkers to the Kashmir Great Lakes an amazing, rare opportunity to witness the valley’s incredible beauty.
The Best Season to Visit
The best months to visit Kashmir Great Lakes are July and August. These two months are when the sky is bluest and the temperatures are highest, which allows trekkers to enjoy the best of their trip. It is difficult to travel through the area because of the snow that has accumulated from October to April. Camping in this area is impossible because of the snow. It is possible to expect temperatures between 17 and 20 Celsius during the day, and 3-5 Celsius at night. Although June and September can be done in a manageable month for trekking, hikers should be ready for temperatures below zero at night and the possibility that they will lose their day.
All year weather
If you have the right equipment (such as suitable clothing and grip-enhancing shoes), it is easier to complete the trek. There is a drastic temperature change in the mountains, which can be quite shocking for some people. Warm clothing helps you adjust to the cold.
The highest elevation at 13,700 feet is found at the Gadsar Pass summit. You can reach the highest altitude with persistence and determination, but it all depends on what kind of weather you have. The breathtaking view this altitude provides will forever be part of your memories.
Safety standards for the trek
It all depends on the person’s physical fitness and endurance. If a person is physically fit and has the endurance and stamina to complete this trek, they can do it. Trekkers of India’s trained guides will help you get through these challenges.
Children over 15 years old should consider this trek as it is more challenging for them to conquer obstacles and deal with altitude.
Approaching the Great Lakes of Kashmir
You can reach Sonmarg by first traveling to Srinagar. By Air: Srinagar’s Sheik ul-Alam Airport is easily connected to all major Indian cities. There are back-to-back daily flights that depart Delhi every hour and thirty minutes. The most accessible business carriers are Air Asia, SpiceJet, and IndiGo. This is the easiest way to get to Srinagar.
Jammu is the nearest train station to Srinagar. Srinagar has located approximately 300 km from this railway station. This distance can be covered by bus, taxi, or the most economical option, state transport buses. It takes 7 hours and 15 minutes to travel between Srinagar and that station. Several train routes depart from New Delhi’s railway station.
Srinagar can be connected to India via National Highway 1A. Jammu is the best place to board public transport for Srinagar, as there is no direct link between Delhi and Srinagar. You can also travel privately from New Delhi. This will take between 18 and 20 hours. Most people take the Panipat, Karnal, and Ambala routes. Then, they travel through Panipat to Srinagar via the Jawahar Tunnel. It is customary to spend the night at Jammu, then drive to Srinagar from Jammu the next day. To reach Srinagar on the road, you will need to travel approximately 900km.
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