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Exciting journey through the pass at 13500 feet

I visited Nichnai Pass as a part of the Great Lakes of Kashmir trek. One crosses the pass on day 2... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2017
sriram_rajagopal
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New Delhi, India
One of the most difficult pass of teh trek

The big ice patch is difficult to go through but the memories remain forever. Additionally... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
Punita S
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15 Jan 2017
“Exciting journey through the pass at 13500 feet”
30 Sep 2016
“One of the most difficult pass of teh trek”
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Reviewed 16 January 2017

I visited Nichnai Pass as a part of the Great Lakes of Kashmir trek. One crosses the pass on day 2 and is the first real challenge on the trek . One gets a nice view of the Nichnai Lake from the Pass. At a...More

Thank sriram_rajagopal
Reviewed 30 September 2016

The big ice patch is difficult to go through but the memories remain forever. Additionally, although its difficult, you would enjoy passing it. The pass has amazing views to offer with various flowers blooming around.

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Reviewed 17 September 2016

You cross this pass on day 2 and have to cross a big ice patch on the other side which was as much fun as it was dangerous. We met with the most unpleasant weather on this day - it was raining the entire day...More

Thank ronaksarda
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Nichnai is a part of the Great Lakes trek. The pass is as like other passes which takes your breath away while trekking. The views one is exposed to while crossing the pass are simply awesome. And when there is snow everywhere, what else do...More

Thank Umesh3470
Reviewed 24 July 2015

This is a high altitude lake and to see this lake one needs to trek a distance of almost 25 Kms from Sonamarg and then 40 Kms out at Narannag. Gadsar Pass is almost 13000 Feet above sea level. And if you visit in the...More

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