The Warwan Valley trek is the most choice trek of our nation. There is no trek you would have done before this one, that can coordinate the experience of this trek. What's more, there will be no trek you do after this that approaches. This may seem like a solid proclamation to make.
All things considered, Warwan Valley is outstandingly dazzling – in any event, for Kashmir. Regardless of whether you have made a trip to Kashmir previously, seen Sonamarg, Gulmarg, Pahalgam and different spots the valley offers – you are as yet going to be astonished by settings of Warwan Valley. It is extremely special to the area.
This magnificence is aggravated by the valley's remoteness and segregation. This is a side of Kashmir that even most Kashmiris haven't seen.
What makes getting into Warwan Valley significantly progressively uncommon is the hybrid path. It starts in Trans-Himalayan settings, among infertile, purplish mountains around Panikhar. The path experiences a desert garden, waterway deltas, wildflower glades and ice sheets – all among these distinct mountains. It makes for a hauntingly delightful settings. As the path gradually moves into the rich greenery of Kashmir, following quite a while of being encircled by desert mountains, its impact is striking.
During the hybrid, you experience what we accept is Kashmir's most noteworthy experience. It is an incredible experience on the grounds that — outside the surprising excellence there's a great deal of rush on the trek. The spend day nearly feels interminable — it has precarious move up to the pass. And afterward it is trailed by a 2 km long stroll on the sublime Bracken ice sheet, exploring it's chasms, straight up to its nose when it pours over in moraines.
The high experience on this path makes getting into superb greenery of Warwan Valley a blessing, after long, hard long periods of trekking. Specially when you give a several trial on treking at different locations.
Nonetheless, this implies this trek isn't intended for everybody. Despite the fact that it is the most staggering trek you will ever do, it is additionally a troublesome trek. Not exclusively are you strolling near 20 km consistently, there are extreme stretches, for example, icy mass strolls, moraines, overhangs over the waterway that require to be explored. You should be amazingly fit with some earlier high elevation trek understanding to jump on this path.
What to keep an eye out for ?
1. The waterway delta bowl of Sumdo
At the same time from your trek from Panikhar, the Nala is tumbling and foaming close by you. And afterward, out of nowhere, it goes calm. What was a spouting stream is presently a wide waterway bowl over a level plain. The waterway parts, forks, rejoins and does this on various occasions over the bowl. In the middle of these parts and forks are green knolls, every more rich than the other. This is Sumdo–the conversion of two streams. You will camp either here, or somewhat further ahead at Denora.
2. Crossing the Bracken ice sheet
In what will be your longest and hardest day, you will experience the Bracken ice sheet an hour after you traverse the Lomvilad pass. You see it first from an edge, a grayish mass tumbling out of the mountain flanks to the base. It is a stunning sight. Fifteen minutes of drop later, you are on this glorious icy mass. You cross this icy mass, strolling for around two kilometers on its hard ice surface, until its nose where it falls over in moraines. The sights you see on this day of the trek will remain with you.
3. Meadows among Humpet and Kaintal
The path to Humpet climbs a hillock which follows a level meadow. Past a hillock is quite often another field. These fields are the features of the day's trek. You discover meadows loaded up with ponies eating in nature. These fields of Sar exchange with a green waterway bowl. It is a significant choice walk!
|Grassland between Humpet and Kaintal|
The towns of Warwan Valley
The setting of towns in Warwan Valley is excessively immaculate in any event, for pictures. The path you stroll on is flanked with wall. Willow trees stick out between houses. Mud heated paths jumble the town. Blossom beds line the slopes around the houses. To top it, a reasonable stream goes through the town! All in a manner that unmistakably take after the Gaulish town from Asterix funnies. This setting is exceptional to this piece of Kashmir.
Warwan Valley has been included in Bangalore Mirror and furthermore The Greater Kashmir.