Tarsar Marsar
Uttrakhand

Summer & Monsoon Trek

April to August

7 Days

8 Nights

Tarsar Marsar Trek

Jammu and Kashmir is home to a place frequently depicted as Paradise on Earth – Kashmir. With its verdant valleys, undulating knolls, lavish backwoods and flawless lakes, it is a strange ordeal to be in Kashmir.
We offer you a chance to encounter this direct and that too around other people, with the Tarsar Marsar Trek. This direct level trek, over a time of 7 days, takes you to the exceptionally charming Tarsar Lake and Go in the core of this wonderful land. You witness nature taking care of business, going through plantations, timberlands, valleys, outdoors by riversides, encountering something new every step of the way. Tarsar Marsar Trek is an absolute necessity improve the situation each trekking and experience fan. It includes two staggering lakes – Tarsar and Marsar, with the Kolahi Pinnacles all around. This trek takes you to an elevation of 13500 feet and anybody needing to witness the excellence of Kashmir can take this trek.

Day 1

Land at Srinagar and drive to Aru
Upon landing in the Srinagar air terminal, you will board a vehicle that takes you on a 2 hour drive to Aru, winding streets that take you through one of Kashmir's celebrated around the world visitor goals of Pahalgam. Aru, our base camp for the Tarsar-Marsar trek, is another 12 kms in front of Pahalgam. Remain overnight in tents at the open lush campground at Aru.

Day 2

Trek from Aru to Lidderwat
We take off into the tree cover, noticeable at a separation from the campground, deserting the green pen pastures. The trek begins with a progressive rise for 2 to 3 hours through a delightful pine backwoods trail. A short level stroll along the Lidder waterway from that point conveys you to a tea slow down. Another continuous rise for 1 hour and you can see the Lidder timberland rest house in locate. Cross an extension and get to the Lidder campground on the opposite side of the waterway.

Day 3

Trek from Lidderwat to Shekwas
The day's trek begins with a direct to soak climb for 60 minutes, trailed by a level stroll for one more hour before we break for lunch, close to a delicate stream. We abandon the tree line here, and climb bit by bit for 1 more hour to come to the Shekwas campground. From here one can get a decent perspective of the encompassing mountains and the way making a beeline for the Tarsar lake.

Day 4

Trek from Shekwas to Tarsar
A trek to the first of the lakes, Tarsar, is on the plan today. We trek tough from the Shekwas campground, holding the stream streaming down on our right side. The perspectives of the mountains get more terrific and more snow-clad pinnacles wind up noticeable surrounding us as we approach the Tarsar Lake. 2 hours of trekking and the wonderful lake uncovers itself in the midst of forcing mountain edges on 3 sides.

Day 5

Trek from Tarsar to Zachmargi
Today, we need to cross the edge which encompasses the Tarsar lake. A hour's move to the highest point of the edge and afterward we drop into the valley on the opposite side. The perspective of the valley prompting Zachmargi on the opposite side of the edge is essentially amazing. After plunging into the valley, we stroll along the stream which channels from Sundarsar and camp at Zachmargi. Sundarsar is a lively 20 minute move from the campground and can be gone by at night.

Day 6

Trek from Zachmargi to Sundarsar and Marsar and onwards to Sonemasti
Sundarsar and Marsar, arranged on the opposite side of a bordering edge from Tarsar and Zachmargi, are the lakes we are made a beeline for now. Sundersar is about 30 minutes from the Zachmargi campground. Strolling around Sundersar, we trek up and over a seat on an edge situated on the furthest side of the lake. Marsar is a hour's trek far from here. In the wake of unwinding at the lakes and absorbing the excellence of the environment, we turn back towards Zachmargi and after that trek down for another 2 to 3 hours to the Sonemasti campground. We are currently headed towards the opposite end of the valley deserting the Kolahoi mountain massif.

Day 7

Trek from Sonemasti to Sumbal and drive to Srinagar
From Sonemasti, we will begin our plunge towards Sumbal, where our trek closes. The trek is totally downhill, befuddling water streams en route. We likewise pass various shepherd hovels as we get close Sumbal. Be cautious however – various shepherd canines to be experienced en route. It takes around 3 to 4 hours to achieve the upper Sumbal settlement, where we regroup for lunch. A level stroll for one more hour and we get to the street head that associates with Srinagar. Exchange your rucksacks to the vehicles sitting tight for us and kick back and appreciate the drive back to Srinagar.

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