From Pahalgam, Aru valley is only 12 kilometers away. You may hike up to Kolahoi Glacier and Tarsar Lake from here. A number of rare and endangered
species live in the Overa-Aru Biosphere Reserve, which covers an area of around 511 square kilometers. Paragliding and ATV are great ways to gain a true
sense of nature.
It is a popular tourist destination in Kashmir, not only because of the beautiful scenery, but also because of the variety of activities available. As soon as it
snows, it becomes a popular location for skiing and parasailing.
Aru Valley is a virgin picturesque hamlet in the Trans-Himalaya area, overlooking the spectacular snow-capped peaks of the Himalayan Range. A clear blue
canopy above the head, foggy surrounds, hints of native pines and conifer woods, and lovely meadows form a compelling tableau for visitors. Though the
village is the smallest in the state, its magnificent beauty and intriguing activities such as trekking, hiking, and horseback riding make it one of the most
popular tourist destinations in Pahalgam.