Trekking in Jammu & Kashmir

Trekking in Jammu & Kashmir

A state that is secluded by the Great Karakoram Range and Nun-Kun mountains to the north, Shivalik and Zanskar Range to the south, Gurals Valley to the west and Kailas, Pangong and Lokzhung Range to the east, Jammu and Kashmir is a hub of several treks. The trekking tracks passes through sprawling valleys that are layered with vast green meadows and are dotted with rich orchards; it further sways deep into the mountains, to an altitude where it seems you have trailed up to a promised land. Journeys undertaken over the undulated terrain divulges the beauty of nature under the serene sky. The blue lakes, which are surrounded by towering peaks, and ancient culture perched atop in the remote villages mark a distinct feature on trekking in Jammu and Kashmir.

Jammu, which is host to one of the spiritual journeys in India, the trek to Mata Vaishno Devi, boasts of other less-popular treks including trek to the shrine of Machail Mata, trek to Padum in Zanskar from Kishtwar and trek from Kishtwar to Srinagar that passes through Banderkot, Dadhpeth, Mughal Maidan, Chhatru, Sinthan and Daksum. Trekking in Kashmir on the other hand is strenuous but beautiful. Most of the treks in the region require proper acclimatization. It also backpacks the memories of several intermediates by forming several short treks from Sonamarg, Gulmarg and Pahalgam. One main advantage of trekking in Kashmir is you can capture breathtaking views of the alpine meadows, high altitude lakes and some of the highest peaks in the Himalayan region like no one else. Trekking is Ladakh is a dream of every traveller. The region is also popular for its ancient and high mountain passes, lakes, monasteries and peaks. From Zanskar to Nubra, the region is sprinkled with with several explored and unexplored treks.

Tour My India Trekking in Ladakh


Ladakh, home to several mountain species, is said to be the land of high mountain passes and is a home to several monks belonging to different sects of Buddhism. It hosts some of the ancient monasteries in India, which are perched at a lofty height and are mostly frequented by Buddhist pilgrims from all over the world. The region, having a varied landscape, with lofty peaks, sprawling valleys and lakes, is a trekker’s paradise. More...

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Trekking in Kashmir

Kashmir, which is popular for its alpine meadows, hosts several treks that drive one to the high mountains from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the towering peaks of the Karakoram and Pirpanjal ranges. It is also known for its high altitude lakes, which exhibit a serene ambiance and is a photographer’s haven. The treks also whirl into the wilderness of the Indian Himalayan region and one may encounter several endangered Himalayan species. More....

Tour My India Trekking in Jammu

Trekking in Jammu

The abode of Mata Vaishno Devi, a spiritual journey extending 13 kilometers from Katra, Jammu is located at the foot of the Shivalik range and hosts a numer of short treks perfect for beginners. Further, the tracks make their way to Padum in Zanskar from Kishtwar, Srinagar in Kashmir from Kishtwar and the shrine of Machail Mata from Gulabgarh. More....