Mohan Marg is an alpine meadow of Kashmir Himalayas. The meadow gives a panoramic view of Pir Panjal range, Gadsar Range and Mount Kolahoi. The meadow was home to the great Hungarian-born British Explorer, Archeologist and Scholar of Sanskrit Sir Aurel Stein. Sir Aurel Stein first came to Mohan Marg in 1895 where he started his accounts on Rajatarangini, a 12th century CE historical chronicle of the north-western Indian subcontinent. Sir Aurel Stein had wished to get his burial in the Mohan Marg but left the meadow in 1934 for his work and died in Kabul.
The guests will be received from the airport and taken to Anderwan Village. We stop at Wayal for lunch then head to Anderwan Village for an overnight stay. Meet highland and nomad people to get an introduction of Mohan Marg and the legacy of Sir Aurel Stein. Here we will interact with the folks who had their forefathers accompanying Sir Stein in his journeys to the Majestic Meadows. The day ends with folk music and camp fire followed by dinner.
After breakfast we start hiking along Brari Pathri and Satwas Stream which originate from glaciers of Malood. After one hour we will get an aerial view of Sindh valley from Jabbad. We take some rest there. After hiking further up to a few hundred meters we will cross Doaba forests that runs into the majestic Mohan Marg meadow. We pitch our tents at the same place where Sir Aurel Stein used to stay for years.
After breakfast, we visit Lal Marg, Kannidalau and Malood Pass which leads to the south face of Mighty Mount Harmukh. Then we return to Mohan Marg Camp for an overnight stay.
We descend back through the same route to Anderwan village and drive back to Srinagar to Stay at the houseboat for a night.
(Stay includes dinner and breakfast )
After breakfast the guests will be dropped to the airport
- Transport in luxury Cars from Srinagar to Basecamp and Basecamp to srinagar
- Accommodation in Husky Tents (France)
- Husky Magnum sleeping bags minus 15
- Husky Sleeping Mattresses
- Basic Medical / First Aid and Oxygen Cylinder
- Daily meals (Breakfast Lunch and Dinner) both veg / non veg (day out refreshments)
- Passes and Permits
- Load ferrying on Ponies
- Staff (Guide/Trek Leader Cook and Helpers)
15th May – 19th May 22nd May – 26th May
29th May – 02nd June 05th June – 09th June
12th June – 16th June (All Female)
19th June – 23rd June 26th June – 30th June