Base camp : Aru Base Camp
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Rohil Basmai Valley Trek is an offbeat trek in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, India. The trek takes you through the lush green forests, meadows, and villages, offering stunning views of the Himalayan ranges. It is a perfect trek for those who are seeking a peaceful and scenic trek away from the crowd.
The car will be provided from Srinagar, and the 112 kilometre trip to Aru may be completed in 4 hours. The trip goes through Pahalgam, a popular location close to Srinagar. In Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag area, there is a well-known tourist attraction called Aru. Views of lush pastures and the Katrinag Mountains in the distance may be had from there.
Ascend steeply through fir forest and a few Gujjar communities as you begin your walk from Aru and go towards Lidderwat valley. Go past the expansive field of agricultural fences as you follow the Lidder River's path. The entire Aru village may be seen from a height from here.
After 20 minutes of hiking from Lidderwat, you'll come across 5–6 Gujjar huts. You can get to Trun Khalan by walking in a level area with some inclines. The path now becomes rough. Take pleasure in crossing streams and passing Gujjar houses.
Reach the boulder section after two hours of climbing up, and the expansive Basmai valley opens out. There are a few Bakarwal huts close to the river; head in that direction and make a gentle ascent to the boulder patch from the river's right bank.
You may reach the first lake by making a moderate ascent. After a 45-minute climb from Satlunjan, arrive there. Sunpatri is reached after a further half-hike hour's from Tsangsar Lake.
In contrast to Basmai valley, the lovely Rohil valley is smaller. See the beautiful scenery from the summit, then go back and find Satlunjan.
This is the longest day of the journey, covering a total distance of 14 kilometres. Travel across expansive valleys covered in forests and green pastures.
Board vehicle from Aru and reach Srinagar, the distance to be covered is 112 km.
When booking a trek, it's important to understand what is included in the package to ensure you have everything you need for your adventure. Here are some common inclusions to look out for:
Hotel, Camps, Resorts
Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners
Public bus, Taxi, Train, Tram, Metro
While it's important to understand what is included in a trip, it's equally important to understand what is not included. Here are some common exclusions to be aware of when booking a trip:
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