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Warwan Valley Trek

The Warwan Valley Trek is a Himalayan Crossover Trek from the Kashmir Valley to the Suru Valley in Ladakh.
  • Kashmir
  • 8 Days
  • 95 KM
  • 14,452 FT
  • Difficult
  • ₹ 36450
    $ 500*
    The price is for a group of 10 people. The charges will be different for a tailormade private trek. The charges in dollars are more as the permit fees are different for non-indians.

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  • Base Camp

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    Panikhar, Ladakh

  • Pickup Point

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    Toruist Reception Center, Srinagar

  • Minimum Age

    For this trek, we only allow children above this age to ensure the safety of everyone joining this high altitude trek.



  • The stream delta bowl of Sumdo.
  • Navigating the Bracken icy mass.
  • Meadows among Humpet and Kaintal.
  • The towns of Warwan Valley.


Outstanding amongst other kept inside facts of Kashmir, Warwan Valley is supported by the desolate, hilly scene of Jammu and Kashmir, and the verdant regions of Kashmir valley! It overflows with excellence and adrenaline, any semblance of which discover no match anyplace else. The path weaves through probably the remotest and immaculate ways of Kashmir, leaving you miles of undisturbed magnificence to treasure. The way runs over icy masses, moraines, and tight deceptive edges, extending more than 20 km. The whole trek is spread over a marvelous 100 km and requires nine days of strenuous trekking. Without a doubt, the difficult landscape of the trek may appear to be overwhelming, however, the prizes are more than cosmetics for all the uniforms. Every feeling pales when miles and miles of immaculate, unblemished magnificence loosens up before you, leaving you genuinely bobbing for words. The trek is a heaven of experienced darlings, and requests brilliant wellness levels, alongside a couple of related involvements of high height trekking.

The Warwan Valley Trek is a Himalayan Crossover Trek from the Suru Valley in Jammu and Kashmir to the Kashmir Valley. Considered as one of the eight antiquated trans-Himalayan crosses, the Warwan valley was utilized by local people for exchanging reasons. Being one of the most exciting treks in Kashmir, the Warwan Valley Trek takes you through the immaculate and unexplored Warwan Valley which is regularly viewed as the enrapturing lost reality where local people of the valley are the nearest to the real Kashmiris. From the fruitless scene of Zanskar to the verdant knolls of Kashmir, the Warwan Valley Trek will remove you opposite the-world magnificence, straight through the core of Kashmir. From rich glades, rough moraines, extensive icy masses, chilling stream intersections to an exciting pass, the Warwan Valley trek is intended for all nature aficionados and experienced searchers. Even though this is a moderate evaluation trek, it tends to be finished by beginners too yet just with the legitimate arrangement since this trek includes long strolls every day over a differing scene and a thin strenuous path. The Warwan valley, sandwiched among Jammu and Kashmir and Kashmir, has had the option to keep itself covered up and obscure even to local people of Kashmir. Navigating this preeminent path will be a once in a blue moon chance to the individuals who wish to wander into the obscure yet supernaturally lovely Himalayan scenes.

Best Time to Visit

The best months to endeavor the Warwan Valley trek are from July to September when the atmosphere is wonderful. Winters in Jammu and Kashmir are cold and unforgiving, making the trek substantially more troublesome. The climate is charming, with moderate temperatures. During the favoured season, the climate gives the best for the trek; the climate stays moderate, and you can get the best out of the trek. The mountain scenes are without a doubt: staggering. The blossoming backwoods and shocking scene along the path are no less mysterious during the favored season.

Brief Itinerary

Detailed Itinerary

You should reach Srinagar. The drive to Panikhar is very beautiful. Watch out for the segment from Ganderbal to Sindh waterway. Paddy fields on either side, willow, and poplar trees arranging the street and this is only a sample of Kashmir before the trek begins.

Panikhar is a town so little that you are as of now in the following town even before you have ventured out of this one. It is an assortment of hardly any houses in a run of the mill Zanskari custom. They are typically twofold storeyed with huge windows, little overhangs, and a horse shelter underneath the inclining rooftops. Quite often the houses have their field where the people develop their produce. So none of the houses is grouped. Shops are not many here. Ensure you've made trek buys at Kargil, including looking for food supplies and greens.

Meals : Dinner Only
Accommodation : Homestay
Time Taken : 10 hours
Altitude : 10,649 ft.
Distance : 265 km

Take the way to the market. Proceed past the post office to your left side. (The BSNL tower is in the fields to your right side). The street normally bends to one side showing up simply over the Panikhar Nala. The waterway is huge and solid. Stroll along the way to the extension that crosses the stream in an additional 10 minutes. Over the scaffold, veer left after the stream upstream. The scene changes right away. The town of Panikhar is not, at this point noticeable. Up ahead is the thin valley that you need to trek on. The government is making a soil track for four-wheelers.

This was a trekking trail before so it turns out to be genuinely simple to stroll on. 500 meters into the trek, you'll locate the tents of neighborhood specialists' check post. Enter your names and subtleties at the check post (neighborly and only a superficial custom) and resume your trek.

The Panikhar Nala abruptly goes calm. What was a spouting stream is currently a wide waterway bowl over a level plain. The stream parts, disseminating, forks, rejoins and does this on different occasions over the bowl. In the middle of these parts and forks are green glades, more lavish than the other. You have shown up at Sumdo–the intersection of two waterways. Up ahead, the intersection is unmistakably noticeable.

Camp here, the streams are full and loaded down with more ice sheets that take care of water. Sumdo/Denora is a marvelous campground. Getting the chance to invest energy here is a blessing that should be treasured.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Altitude : 12,350 ft.
Distance : 16 km

Start the day by removing your shoes. Different streams should be crossed to get to the opposite side. The bearing to take is the valley to one side, adhering to one side of the Nala that surges down the valley. A decent milestone is the Bakarwal settlements at the base of the valley. The path moves to one side of the settlement. The intersection of the cold water of the streams requires significant investment. Even though waters are not exceptionally profound, they are frosty. After each intersection, you have to give yourself a couple of moments to get sensation back in your feet.

After some time, the path moves out of the hill to uncover the principal perspectives on Kalapaki glades. Dazzling clear rivulets go through knolls making it a perfect spot to camp. Behind once more, is the intersection of two valleys. Enormous icy masses rule the intersection of the valley to one side. Ice dividers hang nearly to the base of the mountain. The setting is mammoth and huge in scope. The cascades are on the opposite side of the waterway that tumbles down a great many feet make the setting total. Soon, you will reach Kalapari.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Altitude : 12,852 ft.
Distance : 4 km

In what will be the longest day of your trek, it is basic to start early. A 7 am start is perfect. Even though there are segments of snow on the day's trek, no uncommon hardware is required. The snow intersections are not hard to oversee if you have a trekking post close by. Follow the path that heads out of your campground to the moraines up ahead. The path winds through moraines and is unmistakably noticeable.

The path through the moraines heads towards the open finish of the valley. Once more, around forty minutes after the fact, jump on to another frigid icy mass, this time, diving from the mountain face to your right side. Strolling on the moraines gets you legitimately beneath the Kalapari top. Cross the ice sheet, veering marginally to one side, to see the path move to a tight opening in the valley that prompts the pass. Climb the little segment of a snow fix and jump on to the edge that takes you to the pass.

To your right side, an enormous lake nearly solidified, is in your view. There is a precarious stone segment which can be hard to haggle as you plummet. This is until you draw near to the opening of the valley. At the opening to the valley, you get your first perspective on what lies in store on the opposite side.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Altitude : 11,500 ft. via 14,469 ft.
Distance : 21 km

From Kaintal, take the path that embraces the side of the waterway. Stroll past a couple of Gujjar cottages to your left side. In practically no time, you'll get to an unmistakable stream to bounce over. There are a lot of such streams along the trek to Humpet. There truly isn't a need to fill water at the camps. Past the stream, the path opens up to a wide waterway bowl. All around the bowl are wide, rich, green knolls. Around 2 km long, it takes about a half-hour to cover the separation start to finish. (You'll stop every so often just to take in the magnificence.)

Climbing another mound carries you to a lot of Gujjar cottages on top. On the opposite side of the mountain, search for the pass opening of the Bobban Gully trail. This is the other, direct path from Sumdo. The course is shorter however progressively strenuous. Ponies, as well, can't take this path. Getting down from the protuberance carries you to the huge Sar prairies. Sar is generally the field where you camp on the off chance that you've slipped down the Bobban Gully course.

There are 7-8 streams to cross, for the most part toward the finish of each field. The greater part of these streams are anything but difficult to bounce over. Two of these streams, in any case, expect you to remove your shoes and swim over. The water, however, is never more than knee-profound, normally lower. Proceed on the Sar prairie as the path takes a wide bend to one side a northerly way. After the long Sar meadow, the bowls become shorter and all the more gravelly. Towards the north, the crossing point of two valleys out there comes into view. Humpet is at the base of the convergence on the left. It takes an additional two hours of intersection three different bowls and evading around the edge of protuberances to at last round the last edge to get to Humpet.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Altitude : 10,900 ft.
Distance : 19 km

Next, we move on to the lush green lands of Sukhnai. The day's trek is drastically not quite the same as the day sooner. From the Humpet, the trek plunges two valleys to the careful prairies and the especially wonderful town of Sukhnai.

Remove the path that heads from Humpet towards the finish of the valley a westerly way. The path at first trips the hills behind Humpet, before fixing at an edge. From this edge, you have away from of Gujjar cottages to your left side and the valley underneath. It is a restricted valley with the Kaintal Nala surging down in gorges at the extreme base. Silver birch trees come in to see.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Altitude : 9,199 ft.
Distance : 19 km

The path past Sukhnai gets incredibly pleasant. You are in a valley, with huge tracts of fields, ranches, and fields on either side. The Marwah stream cuts the valley on the left as it wanders its way towards the Chenab.

The valley is populated by towns every 5-6 km. The towns themselves are very pretty, nearly from another time. The path is currently more frequented by locals moving to start with one town then onto the next. Step onto the path as promptly toward the beginning of the day as could reasonably be expected. On the off chance that you have stayed outdoors close to Sukhnai, there are two streams to cross in a steady progression. On one of them, if the streams are water loaded, you'll maybe need to remove your shoes.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents/ Homestay

The path past Sukhnai gets incredibly pleasant. You are in a valley, with huge tracts of fields, ranches, and fields on either side. The Marwah stream cuts the valley on the left as it wanders its way towards the Chenab.

The valley is populated by towns every 5-6 km. The towns themselves are very pretty, nearly from another time. The path is currently more frequented by locals moving to start with one town then onto the next. Step onto the path as promptly toward the beginning of the day as could reasonably be expected. On the off chance that you have stayed outdoors close to Sukhnai, there are two streams to cross in a steady progression. On one of them, if the streams are water loaded, you'll maybe need to remove your shoes.

Meals : Breakfast Only
Accommodation : Not Included

How To Reach

We can arrange a cab for you from the pickup point in Srinagar, the charges for the same are not included in the package. The cost of the cab can be shared among the trekkers joining the trek. For communications purposes, we will create a Whatsapp Group before the departure date of the trek and will share the details regarding the transportation. The drop at Srinagar after the trek will be arranged in a similar way.

How To Reach Warwan Valley Trek Stating Point (Srinagar) in Kashmir:

By Air

Srinagar Airport is well connected to the major cities of the country. Frequent flights ply from Delhi, Jammu, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chandigarh, and Kolkata. Srinagar airport is about 70 km away from Sonamarg.

By Road

Sonamarg is accessible from the other parts of the country via the National Highway 1D. The Srinagar bus stand is about 87 km away from Sonamarg, and sufficient public buses are available from Srinagar to Sonamarg. The Srinagar Bus Stand is well connected to Delhi, Chandigarh, and Jammu

By Rail

The Jammu Tawi Railway station is the most convenient stop, from where frequent buses and cabs are available for Sonamarg.

Why Trek With Us ?

Twin Sharing Tents
Eco Friendly & Paperless
Finest Guides
Just Right Group Sizes
Commitment to Safety


  • Accommodations at Trek: All accommodations on the trek will be on twin sharing basis in Tents or Homestays. Any accommodation in a hotel/guest house/hostel will be in a budget hotel.
  • Trek Leader and Guides: An experienced and certified Trek Leader, as well as a professional guide, will accompany you for the trek. The team will have years of experience and well equipped for any emergency situation.
  • Services of a Professional Trekking Team: A team of an experienced Cook, Camp Staff, Porters/Mules will accompany you for all the arrangements on the trek.
  • Meals at Trek: All Meals on the Trek are included. We will serve Vegetarian Indian food on the trek which will be cooked by our high altitude chefs. It will be a five-course meal plan.
  • Camping and Safety Equipment: All the camping equipment such as Tents, Sleeping bags, Toilet Tents, Dining Tent, Mattresses, and other things will be provided by us and we guarantee the quality. Safety Equipment including Medical kit, Oxygen Cylinder, Oximeter, Crampons & Gaiters(if required) will be provided by us. We recommend you to bring your own sleeping bags if possible.
  • Trek Permits and Forest Camping Charges: Only for Indian Clients, All the applicable trekking permits, Camping Charges, Forest Entry Fee, etc will be paid by us. Foreigners have to pay these charges if not mentioned.
  • A Life-Changing Experience: We assure you that by trekking in the Himalayas you will have a life-changing experience and we will do everything we can to provide you with the best services and make your venture in the wild an unforgettable one. 

Note: Prior to booking any adventure with Trekmunk, it will be mandatory to sign the waiver form and get a medical certificate from a doctor in due time, without these, you will not be allowed to start the trek. All this will be done online without using any paper.


  • GST and Other Taxes: The goods and services tax is not included in the price mentioned with the trek. They are subjected to change according to the government rules of India.
  • Accommodation and Food in Srinagar: Food and stay in Srinagar and during transit to Panikhar and Chaudraimanr to Srinagar are not included in the package. You can book your hotels or homestays in Srinagar, we can recommend a few good options.
  • Flights and Transportation to and fro base camp: Flights or other means of transport are not included in the package. Transportation from Srinagar to Panikhar and Chaudraimanr to Srinagar is not included in the package. We can arrange a cab for you according to your requirements but you will be liable to pay for the same. Any expenses occurred during the journey are not included in the package cost.
  • Personal Equipment: Your Rucksack, personal clothing, shoes, trek poles, and other personal trekking gear is not included in this package. You have to bring your own gear according to the weather and difficulty of the trek.
  • Portage of Personal Bags(Offloading): We highly advise you to carry your own burden (your rucksack) but due to any reason, if you wish to not carry your rucksack, we can arrange for a porter/mule to carry it. For this service, you will be charged over and above the trek cost. The charges for offloading vary with every trek.
  • Travel Insurance: Travel Insurance is not included in this package. We recommend you to have travel insurance before opting for such adventures. You can buy insurance from us while booking the trek, it is optional.
  • Personal Expenses: Any personal expenses incurred (Laundry, Bottled Water, Beverages, Snacks, Orders at tea houses or dhabas, Tips for guides, Camera fees, etc) are not included in the package.
  • Emergency Expenses: Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as accidents, bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control are not included in the package.
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions of the package.

Cancellation Policy And More Information

Booking Terms:

Confirmation Policy:

Upon Booking, An invoice will be sent to your mail & within 12 to 24 hours the booking confirmation with additional details will be sent to your mail.

Cancellation Policy:

(a) 10 percent of the prices of our trips/treks/tours or product or service is your deposit and is not refundable, in any case.

(b) Cancellation received 45 days or more: 90% refund

(c) Cancellation received 30 - 44 days: 60% refund

(d) Cancellation received 30 - 15 days: 30% refund

(e) Cancellation less than 15 days: No refund

For more details, go to

Refund Policy:

Any refund applicable will be processed within 10 to 15 business days as per the company policy.

Postpone/Transfer of a booked trek:

1. You can postpone your booked trek for a period of two months (61 days) but we will charge a 20% processing fee. The last date for the postponement will be 15 days before the start of the trek. Failing to book the slot in 2 months (61 days) time, would be considered a cancellation with no refund of any kind. Postpone of a booked trek can only be done once. 

2. You can transfer your booked slot for the trek to any fit person till 15 days before the trek. You just have to mail us the request and rest we will handle. The new person has to get all the mandatory documents duly signed for the trek.

More Information: 

1. We Trek for a Cause: For overall development of the areas we run our operations in, we donate Rs 100/- per booking from our profits which are used for the upliftment of the local people and conserving nature. We have named this initiative as - Trek for a Cause. For more details, follow:

2. We are paperless: We are focusing on Sustainable Tourism and to do that we are trying all measures to convert our trek operations to be Eco-Friendly. Going Paperless is one step closer to our aim. 

3. Single-Use Plastic: Trekmunk does not encourage the use of single-use plastic items. We are ensuring that our team is working together to reduce the problem and educate those around them. We will send you instructions on how to go plastic-free on your adventures.

4. Preparing for your Holiday: Getting some additional exercise makes a lot of sense to spend time before coming on a trekking adventure. The fitter you are, the more enjoyable you will find the experience. Hiking in the hill country is the best training but jogging, squash and swimming are also good for developing cardiovascular fitness and stamina. To read more on how to get fit, follow: 

5. Electricity Supply & Plug: You will get electricity supply till the starting point of the trek. If not Indian, We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:

6. Currency: The unit of currency in India is the Indian Rupees.

7. Health & Vaccinations: 

Severe Allergies: If you have a severe allergy please inform the Trekmunk office before you travel. We will do all we can to help, but we cannot guarantee an allergy-free environment on trekmunk trips. You will need to carry your own treatment for the allergy with you, as 'adrenaline auto-injectors' are not carried as standard by our leaders and staff. You should inform your leader on the arrival of your allergy, and let them know where you keep your adrenaline pen.

Vaccinations: You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations or other preventive measures. You should be up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended e.g. diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella, along with hepatitis A and typhoid. Malarial prophylaxis is not usually required for trips in the mountains, however, if you are visiting rural and remote low lying areas then they might be necessary. 

8. Passport & Visas/Identity Proofs: If foreigner, Validity for 6 months, should have blank pages, and should be kept with yourself all the time.

9. Water: If you are on a trekking or cycling holiday, water is supplied to fill up your individual bottles. This will be boiled or filtered. Additionally, you should take purification tablets or a filter bottle (such as a LifeStraw, Sawyer Filter) to treat your water when in towns or where water is not supplied. We do not encourage the purchasing of single-use plastic bottles.

10. Altitude: This adventure involves going to a very high altitude. This is not something that you should worry about; the human body is quite capable of adapting to a very wide range of altitudes, but it is important that we follow some simple rules in order to acclimatize successfully. We will send you the information in your mailbox about Acute Mountain Sickness and trekking in high altitudes. On this trip, we carry bottled oxygen for use in emergencies.

11. Guidance on Tipping: Tipping is the accepted way of saying thank you for good service. Normally the guide and any other trek staff are given their tips at the end of the trek and this is best done as a group. The main guide will make sure that the tip is appropriately distributed among all the staff members on the trek.

12. Spending/Emergency Money: Approximately Rs. 8000-10000/- (in Indian Currency)should be carried for miscellaneous expenses including porter and trek crew tips, drinks, soft drinks, etc. We recommend that you carry your travel money in the form of cash as the availability of ATM is less in these remote areas. This can also serve as your emergency spending money.

13. Travel Insurance: It is recommended to have travel insurance for these kinds of adventures. When taking out insurance please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary. We will ask for the Travel Insurance Details over a mail. Indians can buy insurance from us while booking the trek.


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