Kashmir is one of the most beautiful destinations for treks. There is no doubt about this. The status of the cashmere myth is being confirmed as an earthly paradise. The
Trekking is laid out on a larger-than-life canvas. It is located 75 kilometers northwest of Srinagar. The panorama of la rough acid, winding water and cyanic acid lake is 360 ° daily. every day. And you can explore more than 7 lakes and 5 very different valleys!
This is a realistic and difficult trek for 6 days due to various landscapes. This means that there are long trekking days with no easy exits on steep uphills and downhills. Therefore, this is not for beginners who are not exposed to high-altitude trekking.
But the challenge is worth it. Perfect for a new alpine lake postcard every day. The snow play that feeds this lake is also beautiful. You can see them glide in the lake of the tough mountain. Milky white icebergs can be seen on the surface of the black blue lake. There are pastures in Kashmir. These wetlands often come in all shapes and sizes on a daily basis. On the first day of , maples and pines wax in this oasis-like wilderness.
On the second day, they came down to the great valley with their horses and sheep. On the third day, wildflowers bloom on this meadow just below Ghazal Pass. On the fourth day, the grasslands of Satsar look almost as if they were in good condition.
After this hike, all other hikes feel like a small screen movie. But Kashmir Great Lakes trek is an IMAX 3D experience. This shows how great trekking is. If you haven’t completed this trek, try putting it on your bucket list!
1. Great mountain scenery for trekking.
Most Himalayan treks are very beautiful. But the cashmere grand lake is its own scale. Of course, the mountains of Kashmir are the same. There is something bigger than life around you. A walk-in Kashmir is like watching an IMAX on a regular TV screen anywhere else, but that’s no exaggeration. Cashmere – feel it everywhere.
2. Variety of Valleys and Grasslands
Trekking in the Great Lakes of Kashmir can be a 7-day hike. Coincidentally, you are walking through 7 different valleys. It also unfolds every day of all excursions in the valley. The valleys before and after each are in fierce competition.
Six of the seven valleys you walk in are clear grasslands and wilderness. This hill swamp and grassland are connected to the head. It is expected that the meadows will be similar on both paths. But that’s not the case. But that’s not the case. Each is its own world and has its own charm. The
Shekdur Wetlands, also known as “tabletops,” are located between maple and birch. The grasslands of Nichnai show how large and durable the wetlands are. Enter the meadow you don’t want to finish crossing the Nichnai Pass.
Vishnu Sar Meadow consists of a large meadow that flows down with a calm river flowing through the middle of the serenely stacked wildflowers. More dramatic than Gazaru Meadows. There are more mountains on both sides and the width is getting narrower. There are many small lakes in the central countryside of Big Gazaru. It blooms all over the valley of flowers in the wilderness. After climbing the Kazaru Valley, you will arrive at Sazaru’s “Window Wallpaper”. Sazaar’s pasture is soft, mostly manicured green grass, with lone maple trees and horses to enjoy grazing.
The spread of Gangabaru is the last steppe. If you look down the valley from Jaji Pass, you will see a green map of the world. Peru heirloom seems to be blue in Africa! Next to him is Nandkol. The green landscape also covers the other four lakes.
Peru heirloom spread is the last meadow. If you look down the valley from Jaji Pass, you will see a green map of the world. Peru heirloom looks blue in Africa! Next to him lies Nankoru. The green landscape also covers the other four lakes. You can’t talk about the Kashmir Great Lakes Track unless you mention Lake
When they saw a picture or two of the lake before the expedition, they thought it had been photoshopped in Scandinavian land. These high-altitude clear lakes change color throughout the day.
In the morning light, the sky blue sea green the night is blue. Vishnu Sar and Kishan Saru are two lakes, the scenery of the twin lakes of Nankoru, the twin lakes of which the drift ice is painted upon, and the sight of effort.