Tarsar Marsar Trek

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The Tarsar Marsar Lake Trek in Kashmir encompasses a journey of two beautiful lakes surrounded by the peaks of the Kolahi Mountains. The twin lakes, which flow in opposite directions, are separated by a mountain and known for their almond shape. What makes this trek special is its breathtaking beauty and serenity.

The Tarsar Marsar Lake Trek  is a week long experience spanning six nights and seven days. The trek will go up to a height of 4,100 metres. It will certainly be an enjoyable experience for those fond of trekking and communing with nature.

Tarsar Marsar Lake Trek  –  Brief Itinerary

Day 1 –Srinagar to Aru Valley

Day 2 – Aru Valley to Lidderwat

Day 3 – Lidderwat Valley to Seikiwais

Day 4 – Seikiwais to Tarsar Lake

Day 5 – Tarsar Lake to Marsar Lake

Day 6 – Tarsar to Sonamous

Day 7 – Sonamous to Sumbal Village


What’s Included :-

  • Accommodation (Camping & Hotel Stay)
  • Meals while on trek(Veg)
  • Qualified and experienced Guide and support staff.
  • Transport by Sumo/Qualis from Srinagar

What’s Not Included :-

  • Meals during transit
  • Mineral Water or soft drinks
  • Cost Escalation due to natural reason
  • Unscheduled stay due to landslide.


Tarsar Marsar Trek in June Departures

  • Batch 3: 13th August – 19th August 2016

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Early booking Cost Per Person: INR 11950 + 4.5% service tax

Detailed Itinerary – Tarsar Marsar Lake Trek

Day 1: Srinagar to Aru Valley

Arrive early at the Srinagar station. We will use the vehicles to embark on the first part of our journey. We then begin our three – hour drive from Srinagar to Aru Valley. Aru Valley is the first camp in our trek. On reaching there, we will set camp for the night.

Day 2 : Aru Valley to Lidderwat

We will proceed from the Aru Valley on foot along a trail that follows alongside the River Lidder and opens into the lush green meadows of the Lidderwat Valley. It is an excellent campsite for overnight camping. Here we shall spend six to seven hours soaking in the greenery. Since we have so much time at our disposal, we can even set up a campfire in the later hours of the evening.

Day 3 : Lidderwat Valley to Seikiwais

Today’s climb is a steep one involving a lot of ascending. We first head to Hamwais, where we will cross the river. While crossing, we will battle another steep ascent to reach Seikiwais – a beautiful meadow base-camp. The track has numerous clear streams providing drinking water. The Seikiwais is one of the best campsites of the entire trek. Here we will have a relaxed night after the long, stressful climb.

Day 4 : Seikiwais to Tarsar Lake

Once again, we ascend to reach the Tarsar Lake. The view along the way is beautiful, full of numerous wild flowers. We will stop here for three to four hours to relax in the shade of the surrounding Alpine tress and breathe in some of those heady fragrances.

Day 5 : Tarsar Lake to Marsar Lake

A steep walk alongside the Tarsar Lake will lead you to the Marsar Lake. Here we will enjoy watching the nature and listening to the melodious chirping of birds. After taking a dip in the fresh water, we will head back to the Tarsar Campsite. Camping alongside this lake is a beautiful experience.

Day 6 :Tarsar Lake to Sonamous

Today we trek along a steep goat track to reach the Zazmarg Valley. This valley is surrounded by mountains and scenic beauty. On reaching the top of the Sonamous, you can feast your eyes on a breathtaking view. Then, a steep descent of about an hour will take you to the Sonamous Namdas village, which will be our last camp on Tarsar Marsar trek.

Day 7 : Sonamous to Sumbal Village

On our last day of the trip, we will head out from Sonamous and move toward Sumbal, where a steep six-hour descent will bring us into the midst of the mesmerizing Sumbal village. This is where Tasrsar Marsar trek ends and after spending a few hours here, we head back to Srinagar.

Other Options of Trekking In Kashmir : Kashmir Great Lakes Trek 

Lessons from Trekking

7 Life Lessons you will learn while Trekking in Himalayas

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Trek in Himalayas isn’t just a leisure pursuit simply to escape the hustle & bustle of our polluted cities. It is the way we get connected to our motherland.

Trekking in Himalayas isn’t just a leisure pursuit simply to escape the hustle & bustle of our polluted cities. Trekking is a way to get connected with Mother Nature. While this is something many of us may understand, we have a responsibility to pass down the love of nature to future generations. Trekking isn’t just about getting out into the woods, it is about learning how to deal with different situations and adapting to them. Trekking lets us grow as individuals, and the best classroom in the world can be a trekking trail in the Himalayas. In our experience we have seen whoever comes to trek in Himalayas becomes caring, calm and much relaxed person. This is where you should take your children early in their life to teach them some valuable life lessons.

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During Trekking you will discover that there are better things in world then TV and Video Games

In our fast paced urban life we hardly find any time to go out and play and watching TV and playing video games has become our only past time which is dangerous to our mental as well as physical health. Going on a trekking trip to himalayas gives you fresh air, better smells, better light and no mobile networks makes sure that you are totally connected to yourself.

Life is full of crests and troughs and both are equally important

If you ask any trekker they will have great a appreciation for life. Trekking in Himalayas shows the different aspects of life which we normal don’t see in our urban life. Trekking and experiencing nature lets us see the true circle of life.

We need to Protect the Environment

After your trekking trip to Himalayas you will come to know How fragile our environment is and we need to protect it for our future. Seeing gushing rivers and waterfalls will urge you to save them them.

Water is Important

Trekking will you the importance of fresh water when you can only drink what you carry in your bottle, one really develop the understanding of importance of water. Selection of camping site highly depends on water source. You need to plan according to the availability of water along the trekking trail. All these things makes you realize the importance of water.

There are Other ways to Get High !!

Trekkers do drink and do other stuffs to get high but when they are on trekking trip they are already high by the sheer thrills of walking in woods or crossing rivers bare foot and they less likely to demand for any other things to get high.

You Have To Leave Your Comfort Zone To Get Better Things

Leaving your comfort zone and being uncomfortable for some time is always rewarding. Pushing your body limit to reach at new Lake, Peak or any high altitude pass will give you a feeling which cannot be describe in words.

Hard Work Usually pay Off

Struggling along a trekking trail for hours at a time can be exhausting and frustrating, but many trekkers get a rush of adrenaline from reaching their destination. Yes, legs might be sore or tired and sweat might be dripping off your face, but completing a goal is a great thing to accomplish.

10 must do Trekking in Himalayas

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10 must do Trekking in Himalayas

Here is the list of 10 must do trekking in Himalayas in this new year 2015

1. Kedarkantha Trek

This relatively unknown trek is a superb winter trek in himalayas. Kedarkantha Peak Trek gives you an opportunity to summit a peak in winter and clear views of majestic Himalayas covered under the white sheet of snow during winters.

 Kedarkantha Trek - trek in himalayas

Grade: Easy

Best Time: December – January and March- April

Durations: 6 Days 

Altitude: 3800m 

2. Roopkund Trek 

Roopkund Trek is the most famous trek in Himalayas due to its mysteries of human skeleton found here in this high altitude glacial lakes.

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Grade: Moderate

Best Time: May June and Mid September to October

Durations: 8 Days 

Altitude: 5200m 

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3. Valley of Flowers Trek

Valley of Flowers trek is set to open in 2015 for trekkers who wants to do this wonderful trek in Himalayas. Valley of Flowers trek takes to hidden treasure of high Himalayan Valleys.

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Grade: Easy

Best Time: July to Mid September

Durations: 6 Days 

Altitude: 4400m 

4. Stok Kangri Trek

Stok Kangri trek is sort of mountaineering expedition which takes you to an altitude of 6153m and no mountaineering expertise is required. Any trekker who have been to a trek in himalayas can test their endurance in summiting this trekking peak.

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Grade: Challenging 

Best Time: July August

Durations: 8 Days 

Altitude: 6153m 

5. Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is a classic trekking in Himalayas but in comparison to others trekking in Himalayas it’s not that famous. Kashmir Great Lakes Trek can a wonderful trek for first time trekkers in the Himalayas and considered as beginner’s delight.

Kashmir Great Lakes Trekking in himalayas

Grade: Easy to Moderate

Best Time: June to September 

Durations: 8 Days 

Altitude: 4200m 

6. Chandratal with Hampta Pass Trek

Hampta Pass trek is the best trekking in Himalayas for first time trekkers and there are number of reasons why Hampta Pass Trek is so famous among amateur trekkers.

Hampta pass trek with chandratal lake trek

Grade: Easy

Best Time: July to Oct

Durations: 5 Days 

Altitude: 4400m 

7. Har Ki Doon Trek

The Har Ki Doon means Valley of Gods is a treat for first time trekkers and nature lovers. Har Ki dun is a moderate trek which takes you to the one of the least explored places in the Garhwal Himalayas.

Har Ki Doon Trek

Grade: Easy

Best Time: March to June – Oct to December 

Durations: 6 Days 

Altitude: 3510m 

8. Goechala Trek 

Goecha la trek is classic Himalayan trek in beautiful state of Sikkim. Sikkim is emerging as perfect destination for odd traveler who is looking for an experience and not just holidays.


Grade: Moderate to Challenging

Best Time: April to June and September to November

Durations: 8 Days 

Altitude: 4900m 

9. Kuari Pass Trek 

Kuari which means “doorway” is a Himalayan high mountain pass situated in the Garhwal region of northern India, south of the Tibetan border and on the western rim of the “Nanda Devi Sanctuary” Biosphere Reserve and falls in the Chamoli district.

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Grade: Easy

Best Time: December – January and March- April

Durations: 6 Days 

Altitude: 3800m 

10. Chadar Trek 

The most glamourous Ladakh Trekking…sheer thrill of walking over the frozen river in -25 degree celicius can give you goose bump and just imagine What Chadar trek offers you ..

Chadar trek

Grade: Moderate

Best Time: December – January and Mid Feb

Durations: 6 Days 

Altitude: 3500m 

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11 Truths only who Trek the Himalayas Can Relate

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Thinking of going for a Trek in the Himalayas ? Here are 11 Truths only Trekkers in the Himalayas can relate to

What it Takes to Trek the Himalayas?

When you think of your first trek in the himalayas you are all excited, whatever you do be it eat, sleep, work or dream you are always thinking about your coming super adventure of Trek the Himalayas. There is nothing wrong in it all trekker or adventurers are like this they are different. Holidays during your Trek in the Himalayas are different they provide you an opportunities to have more fun and learning in outdoors and beautiful Himalayas at the backdrop.

Thinking of going for a Trek in the Himalayas here are some Truth or fact which any trekker who trek the himalayas can relate to

1. Watching extreme sports videos and photos on the internet makes you want to have your own epic video or photo but your photos or videos never turn out like those.

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2. You save your money for an expensive trek in the Himalayas while your friends pay the same amount to stay in five star resorts in Goa.

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3. You were on a shopping blitzkrieg for your trek in the Himalayas but after the trek you realized that most of the items weren’t  that useful.

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4.You got a DSLR or GoPro to look extreme, but after your first trek in the Himalayas you never have the courage to carry that extra load.

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5. You feel obligated to take the most difficult route to be different from the others or else people won’t take you as seriously.

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6. You are far peppier at the beginning of a trek than you are just one kilometers in.

7. You’re starving, you want Dominos but when you open your backpack you only find Paranthas and a boiled egg.

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8. I did great on the entire trek in the Himalayas except getting into the bloody sleeping bag

9. You hear the same reply from your Guide no matter when you ask him “Bas Thoda sa aur and we will reach our camp”

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10. During your trek in the Himalayas you are constantly thinking why the hell did I come for this trek?

11. But when you go back to home and tell everyone about your grand trek in the Himalayas, you realize no matter how bad it was it was better than sitting on the couch!!

We organize most of the Trek the Himalayas through out the year. Trekking in Himalayas teaches you a lot it’s kind of MBA program in short duration you get to learn time management, resource management most importantly you get to learn about yourself a lot.

Top 10 Highest Himalaya Mountains Peaks of Uttarakhand

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Some of the Highest Peaks of Uttarakhand

The Himalayas is divided into five regions i.e. Punjab Himalayas, Kumaon Himalayas, Nepal Himalayas and Assam Himalayas. Himalayas are home to various snow capped peaks, here is the list of some of the highest peak of Uttarakhand.

Most famous Himalayan Peaks in Uttarakhand

1. Nanda Devi (7816 m, 25,636 ft)

Nanda Devi is the highest peak wholly in India lies in Kumaon Himalayas in Uttarakhand. Nanda Devi is a two peak massif forming a 2 kms long east west ridge. Nanda Devi main is higher and together these peaks are referred as twin peaks of goddess Nanda. Nanda Devi is known for its steep rise from the local terrain, it rises over 3300 m from its base on the south Nanda Devi glaciers. Renowned mountaineer Mr. Kushang Sherpa of Himalayan Mountaineering Institute describes it as the toughest peak to climb in the world.

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2. Chaukhamba (7138 m, 23412 ft)

Chaukhamba meaning four pillars is the highest mountain massif in the Gangotri group of Himalayas of the Western Garhwal. The four peaks have heights of respectively 7138 7088 6995 and 6854m. On the western slopes lies the head the Gangotri glacier. The Gangotri glacier gives rise to the Bhagirathi, one of the two main sources of the holy river Ganga.


The Mighty Chaukhamba on the Chopta Tungnath Trek

3.Trishul  (7120 m, 23353 ft)

Trishul massif is a group of three Himalayan mountain peaks which takes the shape of a trident. Trishul Mountain lies in northern Kumaon region of Uttarakhand in Bageshwar district and is best viewed from Kausani or during the Roopkund Trek from Bedini Bugyal.


Mount Trishul

4. Satopanth (7075 m, 23206 ft)

Satopanth is formed from two Sat means Truth and Panth means path, so Satopanth means Path of Truth. Mt. Satopanth situated in Garwhal Himalaya and second highest peak in the Gangotri Group of Garwhal Himalaya range separating the Gangotri and Chaturangi glaciers. Mt. Satopanth is quite famous among those who want to move to next level of Mountaineering as their first climbing peak.


Mount Satopanth

5. Kedarnath (6962 m,22835 ft)

Mount Kedarnath is a part of Gangotri Group of peaks in the western Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand. Mount Kedarnath has a sub peak called Kedarnath dome and they both were first climbed together, in 1947, by a Swiss team led by André Roch.


Mount Kedarnath

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6. Panchachuli Peaks (6905 m, 22649 ft)

Panchachuli lies in eastern Kumaon Himalayas in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. It is believed that this is the place ‘Five Chulis’ (cooking hearths) where the Pandavas cooked their last meal on the way to heaven. They are majestic and form a famous barrier between Darma and Gauri Valleys. Panchachuli base camp trekking route is one of the exciting basecamp trekking.


Panchachuli Peaks from Khaliya Top trek

7. Thalaysagar (6904 m, 22645 ft)

Mountain Thalay Sagar is located just north of Gangotri in Western Garhwal Himalayas. It is one of the most difficult mountains in the Garhwal with no easy ascent route and to be considered as the test piece of contemporary mountaineering. In 2008 the first successful Indian ascent was accomplished by Mr. Basanta Singha Roy the famous mountaineer (He is a banker works with Panjab National Bank) from West Bengal.


Thalaysagar Peak

8. Changabang (6866 m, 22520 ft)

Changabang peak is part of the Garhwal Himalaya of Uttarakhand and it is part of a group of peaks that form the northeast wall of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. Changbang is particularly is a rocky and steep peak in Garhwal Himalayas and considered as tougher climbs though having a lower altitude than other peaks in the vicinity.


Changabang Peak

Photo Credi: Doug Scott

9. Nanda Kot (6861 m, 22504 ft)

Nanda Kot peak lies in Kumaon Himalayas of Uttarakhand just outside of the ring of peaks enclosing the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. The name Nanda Kot literally means “Nanda’s Fortress” and refers to the abode of one of the sacred forms of the Hindu Goddess Parvati.


Mount Nanda Kot

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10.Bhagirathi (6856 m, 22487 ft)

The highest peak of the Bhagirathi Group forms a complex and topographically complicated massif. Mount Bhagirathi has three major peaks. It stands at and dominates the end of the valley leading up to Gaumukh which is the end of the Gangotri Glacier and the source of the river Ganga. The upper part of the river Ganga is also called Bhagirathi, and both the mountain and the river are named after King Bhagirath.


Mount Bhagirathi