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Tarsar Marsar Trek: Complete Guide

by Uneeb Khan
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From all the countless and stunning trekking trails, there is a Tarsar Marsar trek in Kashmir that leads to three alpine lakes namely, Tarsar, Marsar and Sundarsar. People can also do camping right beside the surreal beauty of these lakes.


Day 1- 

Have to drive from Srinagar to Aru and overnight stay at Aru

Aru is about 12 km away from Pahalgam and sharing a cab from Srinagar will land you there as the place is quite popular. There are two different routes which will lead to Aru- one through Anantnag and other to the Bijbehara.

Distance- 105 km

Day 2- Trek from Aru to Lidderwat

The trek begins with the long climb of the village of Aru to Lidderwat which is about 10 km away. The trail snakes along to the cool ladder river. A few minutes later, people will see the beautiful area of Aru behind them. Soon the trail enters the amazing forests of fir and it opens out to Dalla clearing. People can also do camping for a night.

Distance- 8 km

Day 3- Trek from Lidderwat to Shekwas

Continue the trek alongside the Lidder river and dip down to the fantastic forests of pine. People can watch the incredible views of the forests. The Lidderwat will blend into the snowy mountains alongside mist valleys. ivermectin covid-19

Distance- 6 km

Day 4: Shekwas to Tarsar Lake Trek

Once you leave Shekwas the trail will lead up to the Tarsar. The narrow ridge pops up to the stunning views of the valley. pediculosis ivermectina After two hours, the trail offers a slight sneak peek into the magnificent Tarsar lake.

Distance- 4 km

Day 5- Trek from Tarsar to Sundarsar

The Tarsar pass has numerous wonderful views and the valley spans out beautifully. If we trek through the pass, it will save us a few hours. The trail that will descend you from the pass to the bottom of the valley opens up to the verdant valley. ivermectin scabies effectiveness

Distance- 6 km

Day 6: Trek to Homwas from Marsar Lake

The trail stretched too far across the lake and towards Marsar. The trail is quick but a bit tricky. So people must carry a trekking pole or ice axe. Soon the path will open to the grassy patches and past a few beautiful brooks. The lake will look similar to the Tarsar lake, lined up by the beautiful mountains on the side. From Marsar, people can go back to  Sundarsar campsite. After this the trail will head towards Zachmargi valley, which lands at the Homwas campsite.

Distance- 9 km

Day 7- Trek from Homwas to Aru, Drive to Srinagar

After having breakfast, people should take the same route which they had taken in the beginning of the trek via Liddervat. It will take around 2 hours from Homwas to Liddervat to Aru. From here, people can go to Srinagar which is an hour drive away.

Distance- 13 km trek

Suitable time to do the Tarsar Marsar trek

The most suitable time to do the Tarsar Marsar trek is from the beginning of July to the beginning of September. This is the traditional monsoon in the rest of the Indian subcontinent but not in the Kashmir valley.

Difficulty level of Tarsar Marsar trek

Tarsar Marsar trek which has an altitude of about 13,201 feet is not so difficult. The level of this trek is moderate and that too because the trekking days are long.

Things to get for Tarsar Marsar trek

Tarsar Marsar trek is a very high altitude trek which differs it from the regular treks. Here are some of the important things which need to be carried in the trek:-

  1. Trekking shoes
  2. Backpack
  3. Extra pair of clothes
  4. Two track pants
  5. Sunglasses
  6. Suncap
  7. Synthetic hand gloves
  8. Woolen cap or Balaclava
  9. At least 3 pairs of socks
  10. Headlamp
  11. A pair of trekking pole
  12. Rainwear
  13. Rain cover for the backpack
  14. First aid kit
  15. A toilet kit
  16. Cutlery
  17. Two 1 litre water bottle
  18. Plastic covers
  19. Mandatory documents
  20. Personal medical kit
  21. Day pack


So here is the complete guide of the Tarsar Marsar trek which will give everyone a mesmerizing and wonderful experience. Everyone should visit Kashmir Valley and do this wonderful trek. People can visit here for trekking with their family, friends and collagenous. People can also see the beautiful and breathtaking view of the valley. There are also so many packages available and the package starts from cheap to expensive. So many people who can’t afford the expensive package can choose according to their budget.

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