Kashmir Great Lakes are perhaps one of the most beautiful journeys in India. No inquiry. It accredits Kashmir’s renowned status as a paradise on earth. This is due to the fact that the trek is located in a place that is awe-inspiring. It’s situated 75 km to the east of Srinagar. It is often a 360-degree panorama of rough, wild mountains, shifting glades, and turquoise-colored lakes. Furthermore, you will find more than seven lakes and five distinct valleys to explore!
The vastness of the landscape is what makes it a moderately challenging trip that takes over six full days. This means it will have long travel times with a steep climb and a drop without a simple focus on the leaf. This is why it’s not a requirement for amateur-level high-height travel. However, the effort is worthwhile. Every day is postcard-perfect and there is always a new high-water lake that you can anticipate. The thing that makes the lakes more attractive is the snow fixes that nourish these lakes. Every now and then, you’ll notice the white, pristine ice masses floating over the lake’s blue surface.
Starting with Sonamarg starting from Sonamarg, this journey will traverse 11 high lakes, lush green glades and mobile streams of sheep, giant mountains, lakes taken care of by frozen masses, and many other amazing wonders of nature. It is a treat to be consistently this trip – as you traverse various sections that will give you a glimpse of Mount Harmukh, Gadsar Peak, Mount Vishu, Maple and Pine forests, various Himalayan animals like Common Leopard, Himalayan Marmot, Black Bear, and an assortment of roses and trees.
- If you’re getting closer to winter, it’s time to put on warm clothing.
- Additional pair of clothing
- Medicines in the case in the event of an emergency
- First Aid kit
- Portable headphones, charger, and earphones for when you travel
- With the waterproof camera case, you will be able to capture the stunning landscapes.
- Torch with batteries that are extra
- Additional cash and enough cash
- Keep essential archives to store picture ID documents such as Adhar Card, container card,s and others.
- Carry Vaccine certificates
- Bring some snacks along
- If you’re looking to read during your travels you should bring a book along.
- Shoes for travel with a thick sole to make sure they are open for traveling
Incredible Lakes trip to Kashmir is perfect for tourists from all over the world as well as local tourists. The most important thing is a legitimate guide and coordination.
Incredible Lakes Trek has been an incredible experience and has given us some amazing views of streams, valleys, lakes, and frigid mountain ranges. Starting from the journey that took us from Sonamarg to Naranag the journey was full of life and energy. The weather can be brutally cold, but it’s worth the effort. The majority of trips in the Himalayas are incredibly grand.
Yet, Kashmir Great Lakes is by itself. Its mountains in Kashmir are just that way and that’s a fact. They’re awe-inspiring all around you. It is a beautiful trek. Kashmir Great Lakes Trek isn’t only stunning in its viewpoints however, it is easy to take a look at.
The route is well-balanced between the incline and plunges throughout the trip.
Since you’re always exposing your body at higher elevations, and then returning to lower elevations to rest, acclimatization becomes easier when you travel on the KGL trip when compared to the other routes. The weather conditions are beautiful in July and September, and rarely turn sour. The scenery for the largest part is made up of rambling glades.
KGL is best performed during the lengthy periods between July/August and September. The storms last for a long time throughout India however, the opposite end of Pir Panjal experiences lesser rain. The mountains are blessed with mid-year rains and the flowers bloom into an explosion of shades. Different valleys offer different shades.
The truth is that July through September is thought of as the peak summer, which then progresses to autumn. This is also one of the reasons why Kashmir is awe-inspiring in the months of July and September. The shades you can be able to see and the landscape change during the 90 days as Kashmir gets ready for the arrival of autumn.
As the rest of the country is battling the rainy season at this time. It is important to remember the most routes for Uttarakhand such as the Valley of Flowers. However, Kashmir is a special situation. It is primarily due to the basis it is situated in the Pir Panjal range. It is the only thing that separates Kashmir from the rest part of the Indian subcontinent, and blocks the flow of rain.