The beauty of the ethereal landscape of Kashmir is truly emotional, and has captivated the imagination of nature lovers, muses, and excursionists. The state’s terrain is filled by snow-covered mountains, lustrous green meadows, gleaming gutters, alpine forests, gorgeous lakes of the alps and a myriad of other things. The natural beauty is hidden away, Kashmir is also the location of a number of well-known Himalayan trails. Tarsar Marsar’s trek is just one of them.
The route you travel along the Tarsar Marsar lake trek may be beautiful. In this comprehensive companion, I’ll share all the information as well as lodestones and other aspects of the journey.
Tarsar Lake and Marsar Lake are two alpine lakes situated at an altitudes of 13000ft and 12500ft separately in Kashmir Himalayas.
The two lakes are of similar nature, and are separated by the mountain. This is the reason they’re referred to as binary sisters. The position of Tarsar Marsar is about 20 km west of Kolahoi Mountain in the Anantnag section within Jammu & Kashmir. Marsar Lake is specifically in the adjacent area of Dachigam Public Demesne. The stunning Tarsar Marsar lake position and the amazing geographic area two factors that have caused people to become enthralled about this trip.
Time to Visit Tarsar Marsar
The Tarsar Marsar trek runs from April through September.
The path of the Tarsar Marsar trek in May remains clean and the landscape is greener.
The most stylish time to go on traveling on Tarsar Marsar journey is August and September. In these two months of thunderstorms it’s possible to see a bit of rain within the Kashmir vale, but the rain remains clean and sight-seeing-friendly.
Weather and Temperature
The months of July through August are the most comfortable time to make this trip. The daytime temperature ranges from 15-18 degrees when it is it is sunny. If it’s stormy or cloudy, temperatures range between 4 and 5 degrees.
From mid-August through the end of September Tarsar Marsar rainfall starts getting cooler.
On day 1
The trip begins in Srinagar. Along the way, the fashionable view is of the alpine forests and apple vineyards. Aru is a village with a graphic design located on the banks of Lidder Swash, which is located at 7959 feet at an altitude, where you can stay for the night you begin your journey.
On day 2
If you are on a different day, you can say goodbye to Aru and then begin an easy 10km ascent that follows along the upper reaches to the Lidder swash. You will have to walk for six hours on a different day. After crossing a few original Gujjar agreements as well as two creeks that are brackish, you enter to Lidderwat vale. The captivating view from the cat’s eye that surrounds Aru Vale as well as Aru vill will inspire you to continue your journey. The tour for today is to end with camping at the Lidderwat valley at 9150 feet. It is located just a few hundred feet from the Lidder River.
On day 3
The trip of 5.5 km begins from the meadows of Lidderwat and ends in the valley of Shekwas. It typically takes 5 hours. From Lidderwat valley, the trail runs along the Lidder swash until it reaches the pine forest. A rough terrain will take you to the opposite end of the Lidder swash. After 30 minutes of walking along the swash you’ll come to Homes which is a tiny dell.
A steep ascent follows through a wood of Bhoj trees, and a few more holes and clearings to enter Shekwas another meadow, which is 11000 feet where you stay the night sleeping on an overhang.
On day 4
You travel through Shekwas to Tarsar lake, which is one of three lakes.
This is the time to take in the gorgeous alpine lakes you’ll meet on this trip.
The path takes you over many aqueducts in the mountains. After a climb that is steep and a tour for about two hours, you’ll be able to see the first glimpse of the stunning almond-shaped Tarsar lake. The point is a catalyst for the person who holds it to make it to the lake as quickly as it is possible.
The clear waters in Tarsar lake is crystal clear at nightand appears like a dream set in mountains covered in snow.
On day 5
You’ll experience breathtaking beauty as you travel through Tarsar you’ll witness stunning beauty on your way from Tarsar to Sundersar lake. The journey begins at Tarsar vale and continues to Shekwas vale. After aqueducts, and the cowgirl’s trail, you’ll go amid lush, greened champaigns before leaving Behind Bakharwal Thatch.
A total hike of 5 km that will take 5 hours to discover the sought-after Sundersar lake and the valley that is adjacent to it. The day’s hike concludes with a camping experience at 13000ft on the lake’s shore. On the next day, you’ll be headed to Marsar lake which is situated in Sundersar vale.
Then, after crossing the Sundersar Lake you’ll reach the opposite side, where you need to take the shorter route from two passes. After a steep climb through a area of boulders and you’ll be able to enter an amazingly beautiful green meadow and aqueducts that cut the meadow.
This day ( Day 6)
the trip requires that you cover the distance of 9 Km in just 7 hours.
Marsar Lake is visible only once you have climbed to the tops. Marsar is The binary lake in Tarsar is situated at 13400 feet. The lake is inaccessible and is hidden behind a curtain of shadows for the majority times. The geographical features is the main reason for this. Marsar lake that lies at the foot of the mountains that forms an overhanging cliff is the most attractive draw of this trip.
On day 7
at the end of the journey, you return at Homes at the end of the trip via Jagmarg vale, completing the 13 km in just 6 hours.