Popularly known as the “Paradise on Earth”, Jammu and Kashmir is world famous for its scenic splendour, snow-capped mountains, plentiful wildlife, exquisite monuments, hospitable people and local handicrafts. Nestled in the Himalayan, Pir Panjal and Karakoram mountain ranges are renowned for their natural beauty and gentle people. Jammu and Kashmir is dotted with the most beautiful mountain peaks, massive glaciers, splendid monasteries, blue lakes, rivers, forests, verdant meadows and tall pine trees.
Along with the undaunted beauty of nature, the valley of Kashmir has also emerged as a complete alley of adventurous activities like trekking, hiking and river rafting. With time as the mountain trails has been acclaimed as a safe destination, there has been a gradual increase in the number of adventurous tourists in the valley.
This 15 days trek in Kashmir begins from capital city Srinagar; however the actual trek begins from Lidderwat (3050m). Offering splendid view of lofty mountains, the trekking route of Vishansar Lake marks it beginning from Nichinai Pass. An arduous trekking route to Tarsar Lake beckons from Satlanjan, crossing the steep Kolahoi Peak one is awarded with the incredible view of Gangabal Lake and Mt. Haramukh. After one night camping in Gangabal Lake, trekkers trudge towards Krishansar Lake via Sikewas, Sonmus, Lidderwat and Nichinai. Krishansar is another beautiful lake that lies next to gorgeous VishansarLake.