The Changing Colors of Apfarwat and Kongduri, Kashmir

Apfarwat Peak is a summit, situated at a height of 4,390 metres (14,403 ft) above the sea level in Gulmarg, Kashmir. It receives heavy snowfall and remains covered with snow for much of the year. The Line of Control(LOC) is barely a few kilometres away from here. Reaching this spot is highly dependent on the weather condition.

Asia’s largest and highest cable car project lead to Kongdori Mountain perched at an altitude of 3099.6 meters from the resort situated in Gulmarg. A bowl shaped area, it is known for its abundant opportunities for enjoyable sessions of powder skiing and snowboarding. As a popular destination for skiing, Kongdori has earned fame as one of the best Gulmarg tourist places to visit. A lofty mountain that adjoins Apharwat peak, Kongdori can rightly be called the skier’s paradise.

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