Pahalgam (2,130m) is one of the two base camps for Annual Yatra to Shri Amarnath Cave Shrine.As one continues along the Yatra trek, Chandanwari (2,895m) is the main spot to reach and situated at a separation of 16KMs from Pahalgam.As the Yatra continues facilitate from Chandanwari, one needs to climb a stature to achieve Pissu Top. It is accepted to be spot where Lord Shiva gave darshans amid a war amongst Devtas and Rakshas. Around 11KMs from Chandanwari, after Pissu Top, is the mountain pool of Sheshnag (3,574m).The Holy Cave of Shri Amarnath is 6KMs far from Sheshnag. One needs to climb a precarious tallness crosswise over Mahagunas Pass (4276m) for 4.6KMs and after that dive to the knoll grounds of Panjtarni (3657m). In the wake of having early Darshan of the Shiv Linga at Holy Cave, one can come back to Panjtarni well in time that day.Baltal Yatra Track – After one achieves Srinagar, the street to Baltal is by means of Sonamarg. Arranged at a height of 2730m is Sonamarg.
The separation from Baltal to the Holy Cave of Shri Amarnathji is a 14KMs (one way) and the trek is genuinely steep. Baltal is more famous in view of its shorter separation. Srinagar. This separation can be secured via auto, transport or one can contract a taxi. Pahalgam is a residential community arranged on the banks of Lidder River, known everywhere throughout the world for its unparallel excellence encompassed by high mountains. All fundamentals required for the journey can be purchased here. Great convenience choices are additionally accessible at Pahalgam. Notwithstanding that, courses of action for stay and sustenance are likewise made by the NGOs.
Chandanwari: The separation from Pahalgam to Chandanwari is 16km. The course is generally great and can be secured by street transport too. Scaled down transports are additionally accessible from Pahalgam to achieve Chandanwari with trail running along the Lidder River. Pioneers camp at Pahalgam or Chandanwari on the primary night where sustenance is additionally accessible.Pissu Top: As the Amarnath journey continues facilitate from Chandanwari, one needs to climb a stature to achieve Pissu Top. Legend says that to be the first to go after Lord Shiva, there was a war amongst Devas and Asuras. With the energy of Shiva, Devas obliterated the Asuras in such huge numbers that the store of their dead bodies brought about this high mountain.
Sheshnag: On the second day, one needs to share in 12 km long trek to achieve Sheshnag from Chandanwari by means of Pissu Top. The excursion to Sheshnag takes after soak slants on the correct bank of a falling stream and wild landscape untouched by progress. Pioneers can wash up and get their weakness mitigated at this delightful and picturesque place.Panchtarni: Panchtarni is an extremely wonderful place in the feet of Mount Bhairav. From Sheshnag one needs to climb soak tallness crosswise over Mahagunas Pass at 4,276 m (14,000 ft) for 5 kms and after that dive to the knolls of Panchtarni situated at a stature of 3,657 m. Pioneers camp at Panchtarni on the third day of their journey. Because of high elevation, a few pioneers may encounter challenges because of low oxygen.Amarnath Cave: The holy place of Amarnath is just 6 km from Panchtarni. As there is no place to remain at Amarnath, explorers begin for the hallowed place early morning. While in transit to heavenly surrender, travelers go over the juncture of Amravati and Panchtarni. A few pioneers scrub down at Amravati close heavenly give in to wind up devout before going for Darshan. One can come back to Panchtarni well in time that day or proceed with their trip and reach back Sheshnag by a similar night.