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Places to visit in Gulmarg

When you travel to Gulmarg, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Gulmarg, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Gulmarg to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Gulmarg, things to do can include exploring Gulmarg attractions and visiting the places of interest.

The Maharani Temple

The Maharani temple also known as Mohineshwar Shivalalaya and was built by the wife of the erstwhile ruler of Jammu and Kashmir in 1915. It is the royal temple of the erstwhile Dogra kings of Jammu & Kashmir and this shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva. A unique feature of this historic temple is that it can be seen from any part of Gulmarg.

Seven Springs

Seven Springs are famously known for seven natural outlets of water- a mesmerizing sight. You can also catch the majestic overview of both the Srinagar and Gulmarg valleys from here.

Gulmarg Bio Reserve

This bio-reserve is covering an area of 180 sq km and many common species of flora, fauna, avifauna can be found here. Located at an altitude varying between 2400 and 4,300 meters above sea level, this reserve is among those regions where biodiversity is in its richest form.

The visitors can find the endangered Musk Deer that is the ultimate attraction of the place. Animals like Hangul, Black Bear, Leopard, Brown Bear and Red Fo

Apather Lake

Apather Lake is a picturesque water body situated on the foot of the Apharwat Peaks. It is a beautiful natural attraction that will leave you stunned. It is surrounded by mountains that are extremely beautifully covered with wildflowers. Owing to the breathtaking topography, the lakeside has become a favorite picnic spot for the locals as well as tourists. During winters, the lake remains frozen, and the surrounding fields get laden with snow. Approximately 13 km

St Marrys Church

Boasting of fine Victorian style of architecture, St. Mary's Church is one of the star attractions of Gulmarg.

Visiting this church, constructed more than 100 years ago in the beginning of the 20th century, is like stepping back in time. The church has been renovated in 2003 and in the same year, after a period of 14 years, a Christmas mass was held.

Aparwat Peak

Apharwat Peak is one of the beautiful summits, situated at a height of nearly 4200 m above the sea level. It receives heavy snowfall and remains covered with snow for most parts of the year. The snow-covered slopes are ideal for indulging in skiing.

Kashmir is one of the most amazing holiday destinations in India. During your trip, you must visit Apharwat Peaks, Chashma-E-Shahi, the Shankaracharya Temple, Shalimar Bagh, Hazratba

Ferozepur Nallah

Ferozepur Nallah is a beautiful mountain stream. It flows through the Nurpur and Chinamarg passes and a number of valleys. This place serves an ideal picnic spot as it is surrounded by pine trees, snow-capped mountains and lush meadows.

Strawberry Valley

During summers, taste the freshest strawberry Gulmarg has to offer at Strawberry Valley. A walk to this unexplored part of Gulmarg is a delight in itself.

Shrine of Baba Rishi

Built in the 13th century, people from all walks of life visit the shrine to seek blessings. It is accessible by road from Gulmarg. Built in 1480, the shrine is dedicated to the Muslim scholar and saint, Baba Reshi, who spent his days in meditation and prayer here. It’s also an architectural beauty.

Gulmarg Golf Course

This is one of the largest 18-hole golf courses in the country with asymmetrical contours. The golf course is located on the lower ranges of Gulmarg and has gradually emerged as one of the most popular golfing destinations in India. The golf course, measuring 7505 yards, was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah, in the year 2011.

Gulmarg Gondola

Gulmarg Gondola is a ropeway project started jointly by Jammu and Kashmir government and Pomagalski, a French organisation. It is considered as Asia’s one of the longest and highest cable car plans. The entire ride comprises two stages - Gulmarg to Kongdoori and Kongdoori to Apharwat Peak. 
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