Sanasar Lake

Sanasar Lake is the name given to the two small villages of Sana and Sar in Jammu province, Jammu and Kashmir state, India. Named after small local lakes, Sana and Sar are located 20 km west of Patnitop.

Located at a distance of about 20 kilometers from Patnitop is the Sanasar Lake. Some visitors claim that it is one of the most beautiful places they have ever seen. Some even call it a view similar to a mini Switzerland! You reach here by car or hire a taxi from Patnitop. The route is through the Natha Top which is another sight to behold. It is an expanse of thickly covered in snow, popular for skiing activities and paragliding. You get to see amazing natural vistas on the way. Lush green grassy landscapes with pine trees and off course this shimmering lake in between. Apart from snacking around the lake as a family picnic, horse-riding is also very popular among the visitors here. Strike a hard bargain from the horse ride vendors for they will quote a high price at first. There is an echo point here as well, do experience hearing your words as they echo through the paradisaical mountains.

HORSE RIDING

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known for its green alpine meadows, low rolling hills, high peaks and beautiful lakes and rivers-Jammu & Kashmir is truly blessed by nature. With so much of geographical diversity, Kashmir is a paradise for adventure seekers. From hiking, trekking, snow skiing to horse riding you can experience everything on this mountainous region of India. Gulmarg, Sonmarg, Srinagar,

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etc. are some of the places ideal for adventure sports. While horse riding in Kashmir is something, which you will enjoy thoroughly while exploring this magical land. Besides visiting various places, you can also indulge in various adventure activities like hiking, camping, skiing, horse riding etc. good horse rides. Yousmarg also have riding tracks and opportunities though in nomadic way. With rolling hills and soothing lush greenery all around, seeing Kashmir on a horseback is something you would remember for life. The hotels and resorts also make arrangement for horse ride on request.

MEADOWS

A meadow is a field vegetated primarily by grass and other non-woody plants (grassland). Meadows have ecological importance because their open, sunny areas attract a multitude of wildlife, and provide areas for nesting, food shelter, and courtship displays. In agriculture, a meadow is grassland which is not grazed by domestic livestock but rather allowed to grow unchecked in order to make hay. It may be naturally occurring or artificially created from cleared woodland.

Situated at an altitude of 2050 metres above sea level, just 17 kms from Patnitop,

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is one of the remotest areas of Jammu and Kashmir State, India. Owing to the awe-inspiring natural environment of forests and meadows,

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is the aero-adventure-sports capital of the Jammu region having to its credit Rock-climbing, Abseiling, Paragliding, Parasailing and Hot-air ballooning.

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is a sports-adventurists’ paradise as one gets an avenue for learning and practicing these rare and skilled sports.

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derives its name from two small lakes in the neighbourhood < 'Sana' & 'Sar' and is not a typical town per se - which is probably why one won’t find it on an online map but

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is a very popular adventure-sports destination of India nevertheless.

Sanasar Lake

, also known as a ‘mini Gulmarg’ pretty much has Gulmarg-like qualities – it is at a moderate elevation allowing both Summer and Winter adventurous activities.

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, basically a cup-shaped green Meadow which is encompassed by tall imposing Cedars offers an enchanting view and experience of nature in all its glory.

Exploiting the lush green coverage – which is just right for the royal and prestigious sport – Golf, a part of

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has also been developed as a Golf Course open for tourists to try their hand at it. The Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department promotes and controls adventure sports in

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and provides the sports gear as well for those who want to indulge in the sports. Summer temperatures between 10-20 degrees Celsius provide an ambience conducive for these adventure sports and also make them enjoyable.