One of the most delightful place to be in, Khilanmarg is surrounded by panoramic glimpses of some of the tallest Himalayan peaks.

Khilanmarg is situated at a distance of 4 km from the Gulmarg bus stop. Tourists can easily reach this place by walking across the meadows of the valley. Surrounded by mountains on all sides, the valley is scattered with wild flowers in the spring season. Tourists can enjoy the panoramic views of the Nanga Parbat, the Himalayas, and the twin peaks of Nun and Kun. Several scenic tourist spots are located in proximity to

Khilanmarg

.

A beauty in the entire Kashmir Valley which can be approached in three ways: by foot or the Gondola or ponies. For this very reason there are no hotels or other residential settlements. It has around 600 meters climb from Gulmarg and a much sought after place especially for offbeat travel enthusiasts.

Khilanmarg

has ample opportunities for adventure sports like skiing in winters and hence is the preferred destination for thousands of visitors. The beautiful meadows covered with blossoming and aromatic flowers in spring create an awesome experience. The presence of extravagant Nanga Parbat peak and also the twin peaks of Nun and Kun add more oomph.

The height itself makes you feel at the top of the world because most of the lakes Jhelum, Dal and Wular lakes are visible and so is the Shankaracharya Temple.

Khilanmarg

has almost every ingredient to keep the shutterbugs happy as every nook and corner has something of interest.

Best Time to visit

The best time to visit

Khilanmarg

for sightseeing is between May and September and the best time for skiing and other winter sports is from November to February. Monsoons in

Khilanmarg

are during the months of July, August and September. These three months will experience good rainfall, and snowfall may also occur during the peak winter months in

Khilanmarg

. This is a very good time to visit

Khilanmarg

, as temperatures will be low. The minimum temperature will fall during the nights and reach a low point of around five degrees (5°C). Carrying light woollen clothing during the summer is thus necessary.