Tarsar Marsar Trek

Tarsar Marsar Trek is one of the highly opted treks of the Kashmir Valley. It is a trek encompassing a journey to the two beautiful twin lakes, Tarsar and Marsar, surrounded by the peaks of Kolahi Mountain

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Tarsar Marsar Trek

What makes the Tarsar Marsar Lake trek so favourable is the serenity that presides over the environment. The beautiful Aru, a shade of the Kashmir valley makes nurturing journey

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Tarsar Marsar Trek

Lakes are notable for its almond shape separated by a mountain, identical in nature and is situated in the Aru District of Jammu and Kashmir. Both the lakes flow into opposite directions

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Tarsar Marsar Trek

Kashmir valleys are very renowned trekking region in the world. Kashmir itself is a Heaven on Earth; making it all the more desirable sight and a yielding site to commence this exhilarating sport, Trekking. Tarsar Marsar Trek is one of the highly opted treks of the Kashmir Valley. It is a trek encompassing a journey to the two beautiful twin lakes, Tarsar and Marsar, surrounded by the peaks of Kolahi Mountain. The twin lakes are known from 16th Century during the period of ruler of Kashmir, Yusuf Shah Chak. The lakes are notable for its almond shape separated by a mountain, identical in nature and is situated in the Aru District of Jammu and Kashmir. Both the lakes flow into opposite directions, the former joining with the Lidder River of Lidderwat and the later to the other side of Aru. Apparently, the Dachigam National Park is in vicinage to the Marsar Lake

What makes the Tarsar Marsar Lake trek so favourable is the serenity that presides over the environment. The beautiful Aru, a shade of the Kashmir valley makes the expedition a peaceful and nurturing journey; a journey, though might not be highly fanciful but definitely peace rendering

  • Itenary ex Srinagar, India
  • Day 1: Arrive at Srinagar. Depart Srinagar by 2 pm and drive to Aru base camp (4 hrs)
  • Day 2: Aru to Lidderwat (9.5 km, 6 hours)
  • Day 3: Lidderwat to Shekwas (5.6 km, 5 hours)
  • Day 4: Shekwas to Tarsar and explore Tarsar (5 km, 4 hours)
  • Day 5: Tarsar to Sundarsar (5 km, 5 hours)
  • Day 6: Sundarsar to Marsar and back and then Sonmasti ( 7.5 km, 6 hours)
  • Day 7: Sonmasti to Sumbal. Drive to Srinagar and reach by 5 pm