Adventure Activities

Jammu and Kashmir, a paradise on earth, is located in the northern most part of India. The gorgeous mountains with subterranean green valleys attract tourists from across the globe. It is called the “Switzerland of the East”, because of its picturesque locales and friendly locals. Besides being an abode of natural beauty, the state is famous amid the travelers for its potential of adventure tourism. It gives plethora of options to enthusiast travelers to make their trips memorable and adventurous.

If you are planning an adventure trip to Kashmir, Himalayan Adventure World is here to serve you with the best possible service. When you plan your travel with us, right from tour package booking to your safe arrival to your homeland, we take care of everything. With our service, we plan trips, provide required facility to ease your travel, accommodation, and transport among others.

The most popular and best established adventure sports where we offer all type of services in Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh are:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Trekking
  • Mountaineering
  • River-Rafting
  • Jeep Safari
  • Motor Biking
  • Paragliding

      Besides these, one can enjoy, Backpacking, Canoe Trips, Camping, Kayaking etc., also in Kashmir.

 


Mountaineering in Kashmir
High peaks of Himalayas attract thousands of enthusiast travelers to India. For experiencing endless adventure in Kashmir, turn to our mountaineering services. We host mountaineering in Kashmir across the four important mountaineering zones - Kashmir, Zanskar, Kishtwar and Ladakh. These locations are all you need to explore to have an absolute mountaineering experience.
Himalayan Adventure World is a Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir, India) based travel agency, having permission from the Government of India through the Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF). We organize every activity under the supervision of experts, having knowledge of different mountaineering routes in Kashmir. Besides, if you want to inquire about the best places to trek in Kashmir, feel free to connect with us.


Paragliding in Kashmir
Aero sports attract most of the adventure lovers. And, when it comes to paragliding in Kashmir, no one wants to miss the chance of viewing the paradise of valley from heights. If you are traveling to Kashmir, then allow Himalayan Adventure World to organize paragliding for you. We are based in Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir, India) and we provide full-suite of adventure activities in Kashmir. We are one of the several journey clubs offering paragliding services around Jammu, Sanasar, Batote, Sonamarg and Pahalgam.
So, to enjoy the picturesque views from above , do not forget to consider our name. When you connect with us, we work as per your schedule and other preferences. Every activity is done under the supervisor of experts.


River Rafting in Kashmir
If you are an adventure lover and want to fill your itinerary with some splashing moments, then try river rafting in Kashmir. This thrilling sport has become the prime choice of adventure lovers traveling to Kashmir. So, whenever you come to the valley of paradise, try this adventure activity under the supervisor of our experts. We serve beginners, intermediates and experienced campaigners for river rafting in Pahalgam, Sonamarg and Ladakh.
Himalayan Adventure World is a Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir, India) based travel agency, offering services for river rafting in Pahalgam and river rafting in Sonamarg. With our services, we provide the followings:

River Rafting in Pahalgam:
A stretch of 2.5 km white water rafting Pahalgam (Lidder Joy Ride)
5 km White


Skiing in Kashmir
Skiing in Kashmir is something that every adventure sports lover wants to do at least once in its life. As we all are familiar with the tremendous beauty of Kashmir, but we should also have to know that it is also a major attraction of tourists that attracts tourists from almost all over the world every year. Located in Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir, India), Himalayan Adventure World is one such name, which is actively engaged in offering the best skiing in Kashmir services to various clients.

We have chosen Gulmarg as the destination for offering these services. It is widely known as one of the world famous Ski resort situated in the lap of Mount Affarwat at an altitude of 2820 meters above sea level and it is 52 km away from Srinagar. This beautiful destination for skiing


Trekking in Kashmir
Trekking in Kashmir is considered out to be the most exciting and major attraction for various trekking freaks. Trekkers all around the world loves to perform this adventurous activity in this part of the world, as this region has distinct topography, climate and features. Trekking in Kashmir is famous for its availability of various trekking routes that exist in the hills and valleys. The main trekking attractions in Kashmir are Trekking in Gulmarg and Trekking in Pahalgam. To provide these services to the clients, Himalayan Adventure World has hired a team of some of the best trekking experts of the industry. These experts assist the trekkers in understanding various flows of performing the trekking. Moreover, these experts also provide all the safety equipment to the trekkers to make


Snowboarding in Gulmarg
Skiing / snowboarding in Kashmir is one of the major attraction of tourist that attracts tourists from almost all over the world every year. Gulmarg is prime winter sports resort in Kashmir that offers a vast platform for Skiing, Snowboarding, Cross Country, Ice Skating other winter sports. It is one of the world famous Ski resort situated in the lap of Mount Affarwat at an altitude of 2820 mtrs above sea level, it is 52 kms away from Srinagar (90 minutes drive). According to CNN, Gulmarg is the "heartland of winter sports in India" and has been rated by CNN International as Asia's seventh best ski destination.
It´s totally different from other Skiing places in Europe, USA, Canada or New Zealand
Gulmarg offers the best slopes of the world to skiers, slopes for begineers in Gulmarg and for extreme skiers at Apharwat. Ski resort Gulmarg in the Himalayas also offers platform for Heli Skiing as well as free Skiing with exceptional powder terrains. One can find both well prepared and groomed slopes as per international standards, as well as numerous unprepared ski slopes in Gulmarg and Apharwat. Only deep untracked 'curry powder', that´s what this ski resort and its vicinity provides you.

Tangmarg Valley Off- Piste: Apart from the Skiing in Gulmarg one can go for skiing Tangmarg, descend through open forests to Tangmarg valley is challenging, offering steeper glades and powder-filled chutes, it offers routes enjoyable for Skiers of most standards.

Ski Routes and Length:

• Ski down from Gulmarg- Tangmarg is approx 3 kms run.
• From Kongdori – Drung / Tangmarg it is about 6 kms run.
• And directly from Mount Affarwat to Drung / Tangmarg it is about 8 kms long run.


Baba Reshi Shrine: When the mountain is closed due to storm or bad weather Tangmarg and Babareshi are alternative to it. There are numerous skiing routes from Gulmarg to the Baba Reshi, but these are shorter than those to Tangmarg, approx 3 kms long run, but these provide greater challenge, with fabulous tree skiing and snowboarding through steeper powder-filled chutes.

Ski Lifts in Gulmarg:

1. One T-Bar Lift in Gulmarg Bowl for Beginners / Basic level skiers.
2. Poma Button type Lifts in Gulmarg Bowl for Beginners / Basic level skiers.
3. Gondola: Gulmarg to Aoharwat in 2 Phases.
• Gulmarg to Kongdori (for advance Skiers).
• Kongdori to Mount Apharwat (for Extreme Skiers).
• Chair Lift: Kongdori to Merry Shoulder (Half of Mount Apharwat) for Expert Skiers.


Gulmarg Gondola:
Built by the French company Pomagalski, the Gulmarg Gondola is a tourist attraction in itself. Gulmarg Gondola is one of the highest cable cars in the world, reaching 3,979 metres. The first Phase operates from the Gulmarg resort at 2,600 m (8,530 ft) to Kongdoori Station at an altitude of 3080 mtr above sea level.
The second stage of the ropeway operates from Kongdori to Mount Apharwat, takes skiers to a height of 3,950 m (12,959 ft), from the top station an optional 30 minute walk will take skiers to the top of Apharwat Peak (4,200 mtrs (13,780 ft)). From the peak skiers can glide for over a couple of kilometres in either direction along Apharwat's high Northwest and Southeast shoulders, before descending the mountain's multiple ridges, faces and bowls.


Rescue backup at Mount Apharwat:

The Department of Tourism manages the resort and have placed a team of highly trained professionals for Ski Patrol and Rescue, the team is equipped with highly sophisticated equipments and machines to carry out the rescue and ski patrol operations. Itis available round the clock 24*7 for assistance / guidance, evacuation of casualties and search the missing and avalanche burials in Inbound and Outbound areas of resort. As per international law the team is bound to provide service only in marked inbound areas, but being your hosts it crosses the limits and provides the rescue in outbound areas also.


Trekking in Ladakh
Trekking in Kashmir is a chief attraction for most avid trekkers. It constitutes a vital part of the adventure sports thriving in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Each of these three regions of state have distinct topography, climate and features. The Himalayas divide the Kashmir valley from Ladakh while the Pir Panjal range, which encloses the valley from the west and the south, separates it from the Great Plains of northern India. Along the northeastern flank of the Valley runs the main range of the Himalayas, thus inhabiting numerous exciting and adventurous trekking routes in Kashmir and Laddakh. There is no shortage of Kashmir trekking routes; this area is full of interesting and diverse trekking routes that exist in the hills and valleys. The main trekking attractions in Kashmir are as:

Trekking in Gulmarg: Gulmarg area provide some well defined and adventurous trekking routes;
• Gulmar to Khilanmarg-Apharwat-Alapather= 1 day trek if one starts early morning.
• Gulmarg to Danwas-Pehjan-Toshamaidan via Jamian Gulli = 3-4 days trek.
• Gulmarg to Bota Pathri to Boniyar Uri = 2 days trek.
• Gulmarg to Sranz via Babareshi and Back = 1 day trek
• Drung to Gulmar-Khilanmarg = 1 day trek.


Trekking in Sonamarg

Trek from Sonamarg to the Valley via Gangabal Lake is quite a long tour of almost 7 days. The journey starts from Sonamarg and ends to the Valley while having several places as breaking points. The entire trek, day by day, is described as below -

1 – From Sonamarg to Thajiwas Glacier

This glacier is at a distance of almost 3km, on foot and trekkers spend the day enjoying the surroundings while spending night at the local camps which are located at the foothills of this glacier.

Day 2 – From Thajiwas Glacier to Nichnai

Day two starts with trekkers leaving for their next destination which is Nichnai that is at a distance of 13 km from glacier. Trekkers cross Shokhadari in between before reaching Nichnai. The night is spent in the tents while enjoying the closeness to the lap of Mother Nature.

Day 3 – From Nichnai to Vishnasar to Krishansar Lake

This trekking, on third day, is of average distance 15 km overall. From Nichnai, trekkers move towards Vishnasar first and then move ahead to their new destination which is Krishansar Lake. The night is again spent at tents.

Day 4 – From Krishansar to Gadsar

On day 4th, an average of 16 km is on the route for the trekkers. The trekkers begin their journey in the morning from Krishansar to move towards the Gadsar, their next destination. The journey from Krishansar to Gadsar is of almost 6 to 7 hours and in the evening the trekkers reach Gadsar while night is again spent in tents.

Day 5 – From Gadsar to Gangabal Lake

From Gadsar, trekkers start their journey to reach Poshpatri. From here again they start to arrive at Megandub and after reaching Megandub they move ahead towards Zangibal peak. From this peak the journey continues to the infamous Gangabal Lake while stay is in tents at night.

Day 6 – From Gangabal Lake to Valley

After enjoying the lake till mid day, from Gangabal lake trekkers then proceed ahead towards their next destination which is the Valley where their journey will be at an end.

Day 7 – Valley

This entire day is to enjoy the valley and its nearby areas that includes Buddhist monastery along with natural beautiful views and in the evening, one can take back the way to their return and hence the trekking finishes here.


Trekking in Pahalgam:

• Pahalgam to Kolohai Glaicer: 6-7 Days.
• Pahalgam to Kolohai Glaicer & Tarsar and Marsar Lakes: 8-10 days.


Pahalgam to Mamaleshwar- This is a fairly easy trek, ideal for amateurs and beginners and great for sightseeing too. The trek to one of the oldest temples in Kashmir, Mamaleshwar Temple, and back is about 4 kms long and usually takes 1.5 hr to cover at a comfortable pace.


Pahalgam to Baisaran- A 5 kms long trek which is totally worth every effort, since it ends at a beautiful and lush meadow, surrounded by thick forests and lofty mountains, which will sweep you off your feet. This trek would take you around 5 hrs for a roundtrip of 10 km, which you can easily cover in a day at an easy pace.


Pahalgam, Aru and Armin Valley (2 Days)-A 22 km roundtrip trek, this one will take you around 10 hrs to go to Aru Valley and come back to Pahalgam. This is a slightly more strenuous day trek and it might just test you for stamina and strength. Aru is a small resort village, where you're sure to experience unmatched spiritual calm and peace


Trekking in Ladakh and Zanaskar Range

Markha Valley

Duration: 11-16 Days
Altitude: 5030m
Grade: Strenuous


Stok Kangri Base Camp

Duration: 11-13 Days
Altitude: 5000m
Grade: Moderate


Hemis-Nimaling Pleatue

Duration: 11-13 Days
Altitude: 5050m
Grade: Moderate


Padam Darcha

Duration: 11-17 Days
Altitude: 5450m
Grade: Strenuous


Padam- Leh

Duration: 15-18 Days
Altitude: 5030m
Grade: Strenuous


Padam-Manali

Duration: 11-14 Days
Altitude: 5340m
Grade: Strenuous


Padam-Lamayuru

Duration: 12-16 Days
Altitude: 5050m
Grade: Strenuous


Lamayuru-Chilling

Duration: 12-16 Days
Altitude: 4950m
Grade: Strenuous


Rupshu Valley

Duration: 16-19 Days
Altitude: 5300m
Grade: Strenuous


Chadar Ice Trek- Route 1.

Duration: 15 Days
Area: Lingshed-Chilling
Altitude: 3850m


Chadar Ice Trek- Route 2.

Duration: 26 Days
Area: Markha Trek via Charchar-La
Altitude: 4950m


Chadar Ice Trek- Route 3.

Duration: 22 Days
Area: Karsha Trek
Altitude: 3850m
Padma- Lamayuru


Water Skiing
The Dal Lake is the most celebrated and important lake amongst all in Srinagar. It is home to carved wooden houseboats, vibrant shikaras and floating gardens. The backdrop to this eight kilometre long lake is the Pir Panjal mountain range, adding to the magnificence of this picture postcard vista. Don't forget to travel here early morning to see Srinagar's famous floating market.

Dal Lake, in Srinagar, the heart of Kashmir is the second largest lake in state, is integral to tourism and recreation in Kashmir and is named the "Jewel in the crown of Kashmir" or "Srinagar's Jewel". The shore line of the lake, is about 15.5 kilometres (9.6 mi), is encompassed by a boulevard lined with Mughal Gardens, parks, houseboats and hotels. Scenic views of the lake can be witnessed from the shore line Mughal gardens, such as Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh built during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, and from houseboats cruising along the lake in the colourful shikaras. During the winter season, the Dal freezes and people enjoy walk over it.

The Dal Lake and the Shikaras are the photographers delight. During sunrise and sunset, the place bathed in golden light looks ethereal.
In Dal lake there is also a small island like park "Nehru Park" covered by water from all the sides and Char Chinari (Four Chinars in Dal Lake like a mini island).

Sports in Dal: One can enjoy Water Skiing, Motor Boats in Dal Lake.

Rides: Shikara ride is one of the main attraction of Dal lake which one should not miss to do.

Houseboat Stay: Houseboat stay is one of the famous attraction of Dal Lake, it is house in boat floating in Dal Lake, it is mesmerizing, one must stay at least on night in houseboat. One can find different types of rooms available in houseboat in all budget ranges.


Boating
Harking back to the legends of Mahabharata, Mansar and Surinsar Lakes are linked with Arjun and his son, Babar Vahan. The myth suggests that Babar Vahan mistakenly killed his own father, and to bring him back to life, used the mani from Sheshnag (or the six-headed snake god), which he got from creating a surang (or a passageway) with his arrow.

The site where he made the surang is now known as Surinsar and where he emerged with the mani is called Mansar. These two together are therefore known as the Mansar and Surinsar Lakes. The lake now stands surrounded by temples and shrines, which makes the lake popular among pilgrims, who take a dip in its holy waters as a ritual. The lake is also a popular boating spot, where you can even feed the multitude of fish.

The Mansar Lake is around 62 km and the Surinsar Lake, which is an extension to the Mansar Lake, is around 24 km from the main city of Jammu.


Mansar

Mansar is a beautiful lake fringed by forest-covered hills, over a mile in length by half-a-mile in width. Besides being a popular excursion destination in Jammu, it is also a holy site, sharing the legend and sanctity of Lake Mansarovar. Mansar lake, with its length more than a mile and width half-a-mile, is a very attractive lake in the midst of lusting greeneries surrounded by forest-covered hills. It is considered as a very holy site known from mythological periods sharing the sanctity and legacy of Mansa Sarovar. It is a very popular base of tourists.

On the eastern bank of Mansar Lake, there is the Sheshnag Temple, housing a figure of a snake with six heads. It is believed that it is auspicious for newly wed couples to seek blessings of Sheshnag by performing three parikarma around the lake. Holy dip in the Mansar Lake is assumed to be purifying the sins.

A temple of Durga and two other ancient temples Narasimha and Parvathi Shiva (Umapati Mahadev) are located in the close proximity of the Mansar Lake.

Tourists can also explore the traditional life style of Gujjar and Backarwal communities in the surrounding areas. These communities wear ethnic costumes and reside in open 'kullhas'.

Umapati Mahadev, Narsimha and Durga Temple are some of the notable religious shrines in proximity of Mansar Lake.

Activities to do at Mansar Lake:
Mansar Lake is an ideal spot for boating amidst the lusting greeneries of Jammu, people who visit Mansar do not miss Motor boating. Boating facilities are rendered at the site by the Tourism Department. Along with recreational facilities, the rich flora and fauna draws the attention of tourists. There is a cemented path around the water body along with decks for sighting birds, turtles and fish. Feeding Fishes, the Mansar Lake is full of fishes, people enjoy feeding fishes, it is a beautiful thing to do here.

Besides this there is also a wildlife sanctuary nearby , the wildlife sanctuary at the site provides shelter to Spotted Deer and Neelgai along with water birds such as Cranes and Ducks. It is also a must visit.


How to reach:

The Mansar Lake is around 62 km from the main jammu city, it is accessible by bus / car through well built road amid lush green forests, the journey to Mansar offers a lots of sightseeing in way.


Surinsar Lake: The Surinsar Lake, which is an extension to the Mansar Lake, is around 24 km from the main city of Jammu, the feature of the beautiful lake Surinsar, located in the proximity of Jammu, is extra ordinary. It Surrounded by thick forests in the backdrop of hilly terrains, the lake is a much loved picturesque tourist spot in Jammu region. Blossomed with lotus flowers, the lake looks like water based lotus garden in summer.

Hindu mythology points the origination of the lake to the legendary warrior Arjuna. It is believed that he shot an arrow to the Mansar land and the arrow pierced the earth and came out through at a place in Surinsar, hence both the lakes are formed.


Camping
Trekking in Kashmir is a chief attraction for most avid trekkers. It constitutes a vital part of the adventure sports thriving in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Each of these three regions of state have distinct topography, climate and features. The Himalayas divide the Kashmir valley from Ladakh while the Pir Panjal range, which encloses the valley from the west and the south, separates it from the Great Plains of northern India. Along the northeastern flank of the Valley runs the main range of the Himalayas, thus inhabiting numerous exciting and adventurous trekking routes in Kashmir and Laddakh. There is no shortage of Kashmir trekking routes; this area is full of interesting and diverse trekking routes that exist in the hills and valleys. The main trekking attractions in Kashmir are as:

Trekking in Gulmarg: Gulmarg area provide some well defined and adventurous trekking routes;
• Gulmar to Khilanmarg-Apharwat-Alapather= 1 day trek if one starts early morning.
• Gulmarg to Danwas-Pehjan-Toshamaidan via Jamian Gulli = 3-4 days trek.
• Gulmarg to Bota Pathri to Boniyar Uri = 2 days trek.
• Gulmarg to Sranz via Babareshi and Back = 1 day trek
• Drung to Gulmar-Khilanmarg = 1 day trek.


Trekking in Sonamarg

Trek from Sonamarg to the Valley via Gangabal Lake is quite a long tour of almost 7 days. The journey starts from Sonamarg and ends to the Valley while having several places as breaking points. The entire trek, day by day, is described as below -

1 – From Sonamarg to Thajiwas Glacier

This glacier is at a distance of almost 3km, on foot and trekkers spend the day enjoying the surroundings while spending night at the local camps which are located at the foothills of this glacier.

Day 2 – From Thajiwas Glacier to Nichnai

Day two starts with trekkers leaving for their next destination which is Nichnai that is at a distance of 13 km from glacier. Trekkers cross Shokhadari in between before reaching Nichnai. The night is spent in the tents while enjoying the closeness to the lap of Mother Nature.

Day 3 – From Nichnai to Vishnasar to Krishansar Lake

This trekking, on third day, is of average distance 15 km overall. From Nichnai, trekkers move towards Vishnasar first and then move ahead to their new destination which is Krishansar Lake. The night is again spent at tents.

Day 4 – From Krishansar to Gadsar

On day 4th, an average of 16 km is on the route for the trekkers. The trekkers begin their journey in the morning from Krishansar to move towards the Gadsar, their next destination. The journey from Krishansar to Gadsar is of almost 6 to 7 hours and in the evening the trekkers reach Gadsar while night is again spent in tents.

Day 5 – From Gadsar to Gangabal Lake

From Gadsar, trekkers start their journey to reach Poshpatri. From here again they start to arrive at Megandub and after reaching Megandub they move ahead towards Zangibal peak. From this peak the journey continues to the infamous Gangabal Lake while stay is in tents at night.

Day 6 – From Gangabal Lake to Valley

After enjoying the lake till mid day, from Gangabal lake trekkers then proceed ahead towards their next destination which is the Valley where their journey will be at an end.

Day 7 – Valley

This entire day is to enjoy the valley and its nearby areas that includes Buddhist monastery along with natural beautiful views and in the evening, one can take back the way to their return and hence the trekking finishes here.


Trekking in Pahalgam:

• Pahalgam to Kolohai Glaicer: 6-7 Days.
• Pahalgam to Kolohai Glaicer & Tarsar and Marsar Lakes: 8-10 days.


Pahalgam to Mamaleshwar- This is a fairly easy trek, ideal for amateurs and beginners and great for sightseeing too. The trek to one of the oldest temples in Kashmir, Mamaleshwar Temple, and back is about 4 kms long and usually takes 1.5 hr to cover at a comfortable pace.


Pahalgam to Baisaran- A 5 kms long trek which is totally worth every effort, since it ends at a beautiful and lush meadow, surrounded by thick forests and lofty mountains, which will sweep you off your feet. This trek would take you around 5 hrs for a roundtrip of 10 km, which you can easily cover in a day at an easy pace.


Pahalgam, Aru and Armin Valley (2 Days)-A 22 km roundtrip trek, this one will take you around 10 hrs to go to Aru Valley and come back to Pahalgam. This is a slightly more strenuous day trek and it might just test you for stamina and strength. Aru is a small resort village, where you're sure to experience unmatched spiritual calm and peace

Trekking in Ladakh and Zanaskar Range

Markha Valley

Duration: 11-16 Days
Altitude: 5030m
Grade: Strenuous

Stok Kangri Base Camp

Duration: 11-13 Days
Altitude: 5000m
Grade: Moderate

Hemis-Nimaling Pleatue

Duration: 11-13 Days
Altitude: 5050m
Grade: Moderate

Padam Darcha

Duration: 11-17 Days
Altitude: 5450m
Grade: Strenuous

Padam- Leh

Duration: 15-18 Days
Altitude: 5030m
Grade: Strenuous

Padam-Manali

Duration: 11-14 Days
Altitude: 5340m
Grade: Strenuous

Padam-Lamayuru

Duration: 12-16 Days
Altitude: 5050m
Grade: Strenuous

Lamayuru-Chilling

Duration: 12-16 Days
Altitude: 4950m
Grade: Strenuous

Rupshu Valley

Duration: 16-19 Days
Altitude: 5300m
Grade: Strenuous

Chadar Ice Trek- Route 1.

Duration: 15 Days
Area: Lingshed-Chilling
Altitude: 3850m

Chadar Ice Trek- Route 2.

Duration: 26 Days
Area: Markha Trek via Charchar-La
Altitude: 4950m

Chadar Ice Trek- Route 3.

Duration: 22 Days
Area: Karsha Trek
Altitude: 3850m
Padma- Lamayuru


Jeep Safari
Ladakh road trip / motor biking:

Ladakh is all about crossing the various 'la' or the mountain passes. Ladakh literally means land of many passes. It is a place of many high passes. Passes are the natural doors to the other mountains and peaks. These passes are located so high in the mountain that they give the best adventure while crossing. One can enjoy the road trip / motor biking from Delhi via Manali – Ladakh and also from Srinagar to Ladakh. The road trip is full of adventure that ones loves to do again and again.

Some of the passes which you can explore while on the tour are:

• Khardung La pass.
• Chang La pass.
• Zoji La Pass.
• Baralacha La Pass.
• Fotu La Pass.
• Lachulung La Pass.
• Namika La Pass.
• Taglangla pass.


Motor Biking
Ladakh road trip / motor biking:

Ladakh is all about crossing the various 'la' or the mountain passes. Ladakh literally means land of many passes. It is a place of many high passes. Passes are the natural doors to the other mountains and peaks. These passes are located so high in the mountain that they give the best adventure while crossing. One can enjoy the road trip / motor biking from Delhi via Manali – Ladakh and also from Srinagar to Ladakh. The road trip is full of adventure that ones loves to do again and again.

Some of the passes which you can explore while on the tour are:

• Khardung La pass.
• Chang La pass.
• Zoji La Pass.
• Baralacha La Pass.
• Fotu La Pass.
• Lachulung La Pass.
• Namika La Pass.
• Taglangla pass.


Mountain Biking
Ladakh road trip / motor biking:

Ladakh is all about crossing the various 'la' or the mountain passes. Ladakh literally means land of many passes. It is a place of many high passes. Passes are the natural doors to the other mountains and peaks. These passes are located so high in the mountain that they give the best adventure while crossing. One can enjoy the road trip / motor biking from Delhi via Manali – Ladakh and also from Srinagar to Ladakh. The road trip is full of adventure that ones loves to do again and again.


Some of the passes which you can explore while on the tour are:

• Khardung La pass.
• Chang La pass.
• Zoji La Pass.
• Baralacha La Pass.
• Fotu La Pass.
• Lachulung La Pass.
• Namika La Pass.
• Taglangla pass.


Trekking Routes
Trekking in Kashmir is a chief attraction for most avid trekkers. It constitutes a vital part of the adventure sports thriving in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Each of these three regions of state have distinct topography, climate and features. The Himalayas divide the Kashmir valley from Ladakh while the Pir Panjal range, which encloses the valley from the west and the south, separates it from the Great Plains of northern India. Along the northeastern flank of the Valley runs the main range of the Himalayas, thus inhabiting numerous exciting and adventurous trekking routes in Kashmir and Laddakh. There is no shortage of Kashmir trekking routes; this area is full of interesting and diverse trekking routes that exist in the hills and valleys. The main trekking attractions in Kashmir are as:

Trekking in Gulmarg: Gulmarg area provide some well defined and adventurous trekking routes;
• Gulmar to Khilanmarg-Apharwat-Alapather= 1 day trek if one starts early morning.
• Gulmarg to Danwas-Pehjan-Toshamaidan via Jamian Gulli = 3-4 days trek.
• Gulmarg to Bota Pathri to Boniyar Uri = 2 days trek.
• Gulmarg to Sranz via Babareshi and Back = 1 day trek
• Drung to Gulmar-Khilanmarg = 1 day trek.

Trekking in Sonamarg

Trek from Sonamarg to the Valley via Gangabal Lake is quite a long tour of almost 7 days. The journey starts from Sonamarg and ends to the Valley while having several places as breaking points. The entire trek, day by day, is described as below -

1 – From Sonamarg to Thajiwas Glacier

This glacier is at a distance of almost 3km, on foot and trekkers spend the day enjoying the surroundings while spending night at the local camps which are located at the foothills of this glacier.

Day 2 – From Thajiwas Glacier to Nichnai

Day two starts with trekkers leaving for their next destination which is Nichnai that is at a distance of 13 km from glacier. Trekkers cross Shokhadari in between before reaching Nichnai. The night is spent in the tents while enjoying the closeness to the lap of Mother Nature.

Day 3 – From Nichnai to Vishnasar to Krishansar Lake

This trekking, on third day, is of average distance 15 km overall. From Nichnai, trekkers move towards Vishnasar first and then move ahead to their new destination which is Krishansar Lake. The night is again spent at tents.

Day 4 – From Krishansar to Gadsar

On day 4th, an average of 16 km is on the route for the trekkers. The trekkers begin their journey in the morning from Krishansar to move towards the Gadsar, their next destination. The journey from Krishansar to Gadsar is of almost 6 to 7 hours and in the evening the trekkers reach Gadsar while night is again spent in tents.

Day 5 – From Gadsar to Gangabal Lake

From Gadsar, trekkers start their journey to reach Poshpatri. From here again they start to arrive at Megandub and after reaching Megandub they move ahead towards Zangibal peak. From this peak the journey continues to the infamous Gangabal Lake while stay is in tents at night.

Day 6 – From Gangabal Lake to Valley

After enjoying the lake till mid day, from Gangabal lake trekkers then proceed ahead towards their next destination which is the Valley where their journey will be at an end.

Day 7 – Valley

This entire day is to enjoy the valley and its nearby areas that includes Buddhist monastery along with natural beautiful views and in the evening, one can take back the way to their return and hence the trekking finishes here.

Trekking in Pahalgam:

• Pahalgam to Kolohai Glaicer: 6-7 Days.
• Pahalgam to Kolohai Glaicer & Tarsar and Marsar Lakes: 8-10 days.

Pahalgam to Mamaleshwar- This is a fairly easy trek, ideal for amateurs and beginners and great for sightseeing too. The trek to one of the oldest temples in Kashmir, Mamaleshwar Temple, and back is about 4 kms long and usually takes 1.5 hr to cover at a comfortable pace.

Pahalgam to Baisaran- A 5 kms long trek which is totally worth every effort, since it ends at a beautiful and lush meadow, surrounded by thick forests and lofty mountains, which will sweep you off your feet. This trek would take you around 5 hrs for a roundtrip of 10 km, which you can easily cover in a day at an easy pace.

Pahalgam, Aru and Armin Valley (2 Days)-A 22 km roundtrip trek, this one will take you around 10 hrs to go to Aru Valley and come back to Pahalgam. This is a slightly more strenuous day trek and it might just test you for stamina and strength. Aru is a small resort village, where you're sure to experience unmatched spiritual calm and peace

Trekking in Ladakh and Zanaskar Range

Markha Valley

Duration: 11-16 Days
Altitude: 5030m
Grade: Strenuous

Stok Kangri Base Camp

Duration: 11-13 Days
Altitude: 5000m
Grade: Moderate

Hemis-Nimaling Pleatue

Duration: 11-13 Days
Altitude: 5050m
Grade: Moderate

Padam Darcha

Duration: 11-17 Days
Altitude: 5450m
Grade: Strenuous

Padam- Leh

Duration: 15-18 Days
Altitude: 5030m
Grade: Strenuous

Padam-Manali

Duration: 11-14 Days
Altitude: 5340m
Grade: Strenuous

Padam-Lamayuru

Duration: 12-16 Days
Altitude: 5050m
Grade: Strenuous

Lamayuru-Chilling

Duration: 12-16 Days
Altitude: 4950m
Grade: Strenuous

Rupshu Valley

Duration: 16-19 Days
Altitude: 5300m
Grade: Strenuous

Chadar Ice Trek- Route 1.

Duration: 15 Days
Area: Lingshed-Chilling
Altitude: 3850m

Chadar Ice Trek- Route 2.

Duration: 26 Days
Area: Markha Trek via Charchar-La
Altitude: 4950m

Chadar Ice Trek- Route 3.

Duration: 22 Days
Area: Karsha Trek
Altitude: 3850m
Padma- Lamayuru




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