Mohanmarg Meadow lies atop Sind Valley in Ganderbal. One and a half-hour drive from Srinagar takes us to Anderwan Village where the road ends. We take a 3 hours hike to reach the meadow through pine forest.
A British explorer Sir Aurel Stein considered it his home. He spent twelve years from time to time in a tent at the meadow. Translated a book Ranjtarangni from Sanskrit to English and presented that as a gift to Kashmir.
The aim of the trek is to take a short break from the city life and enjoy nature at its pure form and walk to the meadow to test your legs.
Lunch, packed mineral water
English/ Hindi / Kashmiri speaking local guide
0700 – 0900 hours. Reception at Srinagar. Our guide will receive you at Srinagar and we drive to Anderwan Village through Ganderbal. We take a short break at the Sind river bank at Wayil before arriving at Anderwan.
0900 – 1100 hours. We start our 3-hour trek, hike through pine forest we reach atop Mohanmarg Meadow. The scenery and the aerial view of the down valley is itself an enjoyment. Having our lunch at the meadow we walk around to discover the lifestyle of shepherds, their huts, and the folks of sheep.
1500 – 1600 hours. We trek down the meadow and take our car drive back to Srinagar. Drop at Srinagar. End of tour.