Apharwat Peak is one of the interesting summits, situated at a height of around 4200 m over the ocean level. It gets awe-inspiring snowfall and stays roofed with snow for most life-threatening parts of the year. The snow-secured gradients are unadulterated for enjoying skiing. The Line of Control (LOC) is only a couple of kilometers from here. Lying in the second period of the chain auto ride from Gulmarg, reaching this spot is very reliant on on the temperature condition.

To transportation the guests to the best there is an association auto benefit called Gondola which works in two levels. To begin with level takes one from Gulmarg to Kongdoor for INR 100/ - and second level from Kongdoor to Apharwat for INR 250/ - all being one-way charges. A whole day pass costs INR 1000/ -. The Gondola with 36 six seat lodges lifts through 1330 m stature and covers practically 5 km separation to level two at 3980 m on Apharwat Peak. A thirty-minute walk will take one to the genuine pinnacle.


The Apharwat peak mains to the Alpathar Lake, an outstanding alpine lake whose waters remain ice-covered until June. For the lovers of horse riding, Alpathar Lake makes for a thrilling day's tour. A little lower than Gulmarg lies the holy place of Baba Reshi, a Muslim spiritualist saint whose shrine is visited by people of all faiths. It's a 600-meter ascent from Gulmarg to Khilanmarg. However, due to precocious spring and the soppy of snows, it can be a malicious task covering of an hour's climb up the fame. The effort is unequivocally worth it and the endurance results in an across-the-board view of the immense Himalayas from Nanga Parbat to the matching 7,100-meter peak of Nun along with Kuhn to the southeast.


Apharwat peak


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