Tarsar Marsar trek

Tarsar Marsar trek

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Tarsar Marsar is a trek where alpine lakes develop their own personalities. It's not just that you get to camp next to these regal blue, snow-fed lakes (you don't get this opportunity even at KGL). Alternatively, the secluded existence of these campsites (a blessing in today's trekking scenario!).
Go through the circumference of Tarsar and Sundersar, giving you many magical views of the lake!
I have not known most of the mysteries and not seen all the beautiful sights but I am glad I did this one. This lake is visible from an overhang 600–700 feet below. It's an ideal place to take in the beauty of the lake as the sun rises directly over it. That is before clouds start to float by.
The Tarsar Marsar trek takes you deep into Kashmir's big heart and experience the sights of rolling green mountains to the huge alpine lakes. Tarsar Marsar's setting is so beautiful that it will leave you speechless for weeks! Kashmir is known as the "paradise on earth" and is home to some of the most spectacular Himalayan treks. The Tarsar Marsar Trek is the best of them all. The Tarsar Marsar Trek is made up of beautiful trails and three alpine lakes: Tarsar, Marsar, and Sundarsar, all of which complement each other's beauty. It is located at a cloud-piercing altitude of 13,201 feet. The lush green meadows of Kashmir will astound you as you trek across these pristine lakes. Embraced by the magnificent Chinar tree forest and the enchanting Lidder River, which flows through the Kolahoi Glacier and is also known as a glacier river. During your stay, you will be entertained throughout the day. Throughout your stay, you will be mesmerised by the shifting colours of the snow-fed lake as the sun moves across the sky.

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