Warwan Valley Trek

Where emerald meadows and towering peaks come together.

Jammu & Kashimir



Difficulty Level

10 days


4,400 m

Highest Altitude


Group Size


Price (excl GST)



Sandwiched between Ladakh and Kashmir is unknown to even the locals of Kashmir

Warwan Trek is one of the eight ancient Transhimalayan traverses that transcend from Ladakh Himalayas (Suru valley) to Kashmir Himalayas. Known as the salt route, for centuries Trans Himalayan traders from Kashmir and Ladakh have passed through here. This trek is unique and highly adventurous for multiple reasons; for one this is one of the few treks which give trekkers a rare opportunity to get a taste of both the stark beauty of Ladakh and the lush green valleys of Kashmir. The highlight of this trek is a 9km long glacier traverse while crossing the Lomvilad pass as you transcend from higher Himalayas into the lower Himalayas.


Read our FAQs for more info.

What’s Included

Airport transfers and journey to Kargil

Trek point transfers

Transport for sightseeing

Breakfast and dinner at hotel in Kargil and Srinagar

All meals on the trek

Twin sharing rooms at hotel

Dome tents or homestays on trek

Camping gear (sleeping bags, mattress, two man dome tents, toilet tent, dining tent)

Safety gear (ropes, ice axe, micro spikes)

Onsite first aid

Oxygen cylinder

Trained and experienced guide/trek leader

Kitchen and support staff


Trekking permits

Camping charges

What’s Not Included

Single room accommodation

Lunch during stay in Kargil and Srinagar

Meals while on the road

Personal equipment such as walking sticks, rain coats, gloves etc

International & Domestic flight fares, visa charges

Monument/monastery and Museum visit fee

Any expenses of personal nature such as mineral water, laundry.

Cost incurred due to emergency evacuation

Any kind of insurance, such as accident, theft, medical, evacuation etc.

Personal Mules & porters. You can request for one in advance while booking

Tips to porters, camping team, driver, guide, etc.

Cost incurred due to change / extension in the itinerary due to roadblocks, bad weather condition, flight delays, vehicle breakdowns, etc.

Is this for me?

If you enjoy trekking in relatively remote and less touristy regions, appreciate breathtaking mountain scenery, and are prepared for the physical demands of trekking at higher altitudes, the Warwan Valley trek could be a great choice for you. However, if you're a beginner or have limited trekking experience, you might want to consider starting with less demanding treks and gradually building up your skills and endurance.