ahalgam (2,130m) is the base camp for Annual Yatra to Shri Amarnathji Cave Shrine. Pahalgam has a stunning perspective of high mountains secured with pine woods, immense glades and exuberant stream of water in Lidder River enhances the excellence of the Valley.As one continues along the Yatra trek, Chandanwari (2,895m) is the primary spot to reach and situated at a separation of 16KMs from Pahalgam. The trail from Pahalgam to Chandanwari keeps running along the Lidder River with beautiful perspectives all around. The street from Pahalgam to Chandanwari is on genuinely level territory and can be attempted by nearby transport too. From Chandanwari onwards the track turns out to be substantially more extreme, and is open by walking or by horse.As the Yatra continues assist 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. With the energy of Shiv, devtas could murder the rakshas in such expansive number that the store of their dead bodies brought about this high mountain
Around 11KMs from Chandanwari, after Pissu Top, is the mountain pool of Sheshnag (3,574m). Sheshnag is really a mountain which gets its name from its Seven Peaks, looking like the leaders of the legendary snake. One can have night’s camp at Sheshnag that ignores the dark blue waters of Sheshnag Lake, and ice sheets past. There are legends of adoration and retribution too connected with Sheshnag, and at the camp these are described by open air fires. The stillness of the Himalayan night expands your internal satisfaction. When you clean up and appreciate the beautiful view, life takes a radical new significance through and through.The Holy Cave of Shri Amarnathji is 6KMs far from Sheshnag. One needs to climb a lofty tallness crosswise over Mahagunas Pass (4276m) for 4.6KMs and after that slide to the glade grounds of Panjtarni (3657m). Because of frosty unforgiving breezes it is emphatically suggested that Yatris should convey woolens and defensive rigging! Some Yatris are additionally influenced by inadequacy of oxygen. As oxygen is low at such an elevation, some may feel sickness. It is constantly prescribed to contact the closest medicinal post instantly in the event that one grows such side effects. The course to Mahagunas is brimming with waterway, water falls and springs. At Panjtarni, at the feet of Bhairav Mount, Five Rivers stream which obviously began from Lord Shiva’s Hair (Jataon). Travelers likewise camp at Panjtarni for the night.
While in transit to the Holy Cave of Shri Amarnathji, one runs over the Sangam of Amravati and Panjtarni waterways. A few travelers wash up at Amravati close to the Holy Cave before going for Darshan. There are two littler Shivlings one of Maa Parvati and other of Shri Ganesh. Subsequent to having early Darshan of the Shiv Linga at Holy Cave, one can come back to Panjtarni well in time the same day.reaches Srinagar, the street to Baltal is by means of Sonamarg. The drive to Sonamarg (‘the glade of gold’) is through the “Sindh Valley’ which shows yet another fabulous feature of farmland in Kashmir. Arranged at a height of 2730m, Sonamarg has, at its background, blanketed mountains against a cerulean sky. Sonamarg is likewise the take off station for the drive to Ladakh over the Zojila, a noteworthy go in the Great Himalayan Range, through which the Srinagar-Leh Road associates.
The separation from Baltal to the Holy Cave of Shri Amarnathji is a 14KMs (one way) and the trek is genuinely steep. In spite of the fact that separation can be secured by foot it is likewise conceivable to enlist horses or palkies (for debilitated and old matured travelers). Baltal is more prevalent due to its shorter separation.The width of the pebbled (kuchha) street/trek is somewhat tight when contrasted with the ‘Chandanwari – Holy Cave course’, in addition, there are some lofty ascents and falls in transit, when contrasted with the Chandanwari course, yet explorers can return back to base camp Baltal through this