Kashmir in February


Kashmir in winter offers plenty of places to visit and many winter activities that one can do. The temperature during this month remains cold and snowy. This is how February looks in Kashmir. During this month the valley experiences plenty of snowfall and the entire valley is covered with thick snow sheets. Kashmir Valley is open throughout the year, but February is the peak winter.

Kashmir in February offers the delightful and thrilling adventure activities such as Skiing and Snowboarding. Apart from skiing, you can also do snowboarding, ice skating, snowmobile, etc. 

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In February, Kashmir is no less than a dreamland for travellers. The vistas of snow-covered mountain peaks, meadows, thrilling adventure sports, and frozen lakes can make anyone fall in love with this true nature. It turns the green scenic beauty into a white wonderland. If you are looking for a honeymoon, February is the best time to visit and enjoy the honeymoon trip. 

In this article, we will provide you with all the necessary details regarding your Kashmir trip in February which include places to visit, things to do, weather in in February, clothes to wear, etc. Let’s start with the places to visit.

Weather in February

In February, Kashmir experiences a cold weather which is filled with chill breezes and the temperature goes below freezing point, ranging from -2⁰ C and 7⁰C, and the whole region experiences crisp and frosty weather. Sunshine is limited, and you will have to go through short daylight hours. The weather conditions impact travel plans. People who are seeking winter retreats can gain the most out of this weather with longer nights and shorter days. Travelers should be well prepared for weather in Kashmir in February and should pack Layered clothes and footwear to overcome snow. Especially if you are exploring outdoor activities carry the proper gear to go through the dry cold winds. 

Kashmir in February attracts travelers to explore the winter activities like skiing, snowboarding, and snow trekking. Thanks to the improved roads and transportation, all the touristy places are accessible in February in Kashmir. However, you are suggested to carefully navigation on roads. One must check the weather conditions before starting their itinerary every day.

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Places to Visit in Kashmir in February

Kashmir Valley is blessed with many top destinations that are worth visiting. There are plenty of top tourist attractions that you can visit during your Kashmir trip in February. Below are some of the popular places.


Srinagar is one of the prime places to visit in Kashmir in February which is blessed with many iconic Lakes and Mughal Gardens. You can visit Dal Lake for the Shikara ride which remains frozen and the Shikara ride on the frozen Dal Lake is one of the beautiful experiences. At this time the entire valley is covered with thick snow. Explore the Shalimar Bagh, Chasme Shahi, and NIgeen Lake as a part of your travel through Srinagar. Srinagar is one of the beautiful places where you spend quality time with your loved ones on the houseboat stays on Nigeen Lake. The minimum temperature hits -2 C. Visiting during February is quite a beautiful experience to have when you are in Srinagar.
  • Popular Attractions: Mughal Gardens, Dal Lake, Local Markets
  • Popular Activity: Houseboat stay, Shikara Rides
  • Specialty: It acts as Jammu and Kashmir’s summer capital. There are numerous well-known mosques and temples in the city, and Dal Lake, with its “floating gardens,” is a well-liked tourist destination.


It is one of the serene places where every year thousands of tourists visit. It welcomes tourists throughout the year. In the summer season, the valley offers beautiful views of lush landscapes and meadows and at this time it is in full glory. In February it receives heavy snowfall and one can enjoy many winter activities here in Pahalgam. Trekking and camping are available at Pahalgam depending on the weather. This is one of the top tourist attractions in Kashmir Valley. February is the best month to enjoy a honeymoon in this place. You can indulge yourself in many activities such as skiing and enjoy the stunning views of the frozen Lidder River. 

  • Popular Attractions: Chandanwari, Aru Valley, Betaab Valley 
  • Popular Activity: Skiing, Camping 
  • Specialty: One of the eleven tehsils in the district of Anantnag has its headquarters in Pahalgam. Pahalgam is linked to the Amarnath Yatra, an annual pilgrimage to the shrine.


The place remains in the top position of the attractions of Jammu and Kashmir. Due to its high altitude, it receives heavy snowfall from December to March and the entire valley is covered with heavy snowfall in February. Every year winter festival is celebrated in Gulmarg to introduce winter sports and many competitions are held. Take a Gulmarg Gondola Ride and enjoy the views of LOC and Pir Panjal Ranges. Skiing is one of the popular winter activities that can be done at high altitudes, The snow quality is unique at this time, and perfect time for skiing and many other winter activities. Apart from skiing, one can also go snowboarding, snowmobile, ice skating, etc.

  • Popular Attractions: Gulmarg Gondola, Pir Panjal, LOC 
  • Popular Activity: Cable riding, Skiing, Snowboarding
  • Specialty: Gulmarg is a popular winter destination and Honeymoon spot in Kashmir


Sonmarg is also another popular destination to visit in Kashmir. The main attraction you can see here is Thajiwas Glacier. The average temperature at this time ranges from -8 to 18 degrees centigrade. The weather is very chilly at this time. It is also termed as ‘’Meadows of Gold’’ which is about 80 kilometres from Srinagar. It is one of the most famous places to visit in Kashmir in February. One can enjoy the snow mountain peaks and expect live snowfall during this month. Trekking through Thajiwas Glacier is one of the top treks in Kashmir. Winter campfires are quite common near trekking bases.

  • Popular Attractions: Thajiwas Glacier, Stunning Landscapes
  • Popular Activity: Trekking and camping
  • Specialty: It is one of the high snowfall places in Kashmir. You can capture live snowfall.

Dachigam National Park

A trip to Kashmir in February is considered incomplete without including Dachigam National Park in your list. This park with its rich flora and fauna attracts a lot of visitors. The park is divided into two, lower dachigam and upper dachigam, which are at a height of 1700m and 4300m respectively. Upper Dachigam covers almost 2/3rd of the park. The park is spread over 141 sq. km. You need to trek to upper Dachigam for 10km, this trek is a little difficult and needs a permit. The park is home to 140 different bird species like golden Orioles, Himalayan monal, cinnamon sparrows, Himalayan Rubythroat, black bulbul, and a lot more. 

  • Popular Attractions: Flora and Fauna
  • Popular Activity: Trek in the park, Photography, watch wildlife
  • Specialty: The park is home to 52 different kinds of trees, and 20+ kinds of shrubs, including hundreds of herbs. For nature lovers, this is no less than heaven.

Shalimar and Nishat Bagh

Located in Kashmir, both Shalimar and Nishat Bagh are the first and second largest Mughal gardens in the Srinagar city respectively. Like all other Mughal gardens, they showcase the blend of Persian and Mughal architecture. Covering over 30 acres Shalimar Bagh has so popular since the Mughal era. It is divided into three terraces each of them representing unique architecture. The garden is previously named “Farah Baksh”, which means beautiful. Diwan-i-aam and Diwan-i-khas are the outer and inner corridors of Shalimar Bagh. Nishat Bagh was built by the brother of Noor Jahan, Asaf Khan in the 16th century. Nishat Garden is known for its mesmerizing 12 terraces. Each of them is decorated with flowers like lilies and roses. 

  • Popular Attractions: Gardens and Local Markets, Chini khanas,
  • Popular Activity: Explore Architectural History 
  • Speciality: Surrounded by chinar trees and colourful flowers these gardens are considered as one of the beautiful places to visit in Kashmir in February.


Yusmarg Perched at an elevation of 23,90 meters, this location is ideal for spending a winter vacation with loved ones when visiting Yusmarg in February, you might include a visit to Doodhpathri. You won’t find any people or noise in Yusmarg—just Kashmir’s unadulterated beauty. Pony rides are available occasionally in Yusmarg. You may just stroll around and take in all of the breathtaking scenery. Everyone may enjoy short, fairly tough hikes in Yusmarg , like the Doodhganga and Nilnag treks. Try the regional cuisines.

  • Popular Attractions: Doodhpathri, Shrines, Doodhganaga River 
  • Popular Activity: Nilnag TREK, Camping   
  • Specialty: According to local belief, Jesus Christ visited Yusmarg during his time in India. This snowy meadow serves as a starting point for numerous exhilarating treks in Kashmir.


Doodhpathri Budgam is growing in popularity as a tourist resort in Kashmir. Doodhpathri is a vast meadow surrounded by snow-capped mountains, pine, and deodar meadows. The villages of Khansahib, Kremshora, Yarikhah, and Ich-Gam are a few that are near Doodhpathri. Before moving on to Doodhpathri, don’t forget to stop at Sotchal Pathri, a stunning location for photos, and have a snack. The word doodhpathri means valley of milk. You can visit two other places, Nilnag and Yusmarg, while you’re in Budgam. Tosamaidan and the shrine of Sheikh Noor Ud Din Wali (RA) near Charari Sharief are two other places to visit in Budgam. You can now experience paragliding in Doodhpathri. The cost of paragliding in Doodhpathri starts at Rs. 3500.

  • Popular Attractions: Nilnag, Khansahib, Yarikhah
  • Popular Activity: Exploring meadows, Paragliding
  • Specialty: Doodpathri, a two-hour drive from Srinagar, is charming in its wild, unadulterated beauty. Its immaculate surroundings evoke a sense of nature, adventure, and discovery.

The Marthand Sun temple

Situated in Changspa (the upper section of Leh), the Shanti Stupa (Peace Temple) is one of the most well-liked new tourist attractions in Leh.

The stupa was built in 1991 by Ladakhi and Japanese Buddhists. Buddha relics that have been revered by the 14th Dalai Lama are located at the foot of Shanti Stupa. Constructed on top of a hill, the stupa is revered by Buddhists.

A road leading to the stupa was built in 1983, two years after construction on the structure started. Trekking aficionados can reach it on a winter vacation by climbing the steep stairs. There is good road connectivity aside from that. The high altitude of Shanti Stupa near Leh City provides an amazing perspective over the city and its stunning mountains covered with snow all over.

Betaab Valley

With its lush meadows and snow-capped mountains, this valley is the beginning point for many walkers in the Valley. Bollywood’s most well-liked movie venue is Betaab Valley, it is named after a 1980 movie known as Betaab. The dense conifer and lush green shrub vegetation embody the authentic soul of Kashmir. In the Betaab Valley, you can go horseback riding or have a picnic on the shores of the snow-filled Jade River, which rushes south from the snow-covered highlands. Because the water from Jade is so pure, the locals drink it! Both private automobiles and all types of public transportation can get you there.

  • Popular Attractions: Jade river, Lidder river
  • Popular Activity: Horse riding, camping
  • Specialty: This valley is distinctive in and of itself, covered in a variety of colorful cottages, shelters, and bird species.


Daksum settled amid the Pir Panjal ranges of Kashmir, is one of the popular offbeat destinations to visit in Kashmir in February. The valley is located above 8000 feet from sea level. You should travel through Kokernag and Acharbal to reach Daksum. The region is home to large varieties of flora and fauna. Daksum offers you a stunning destination for camping. It is a perfect beginning for trekkers. As you head towards Sinthan top you can camp in Daksum. Sinthan top is 31 kilometers away from Daksum. With the sounds of waves from the Bringi River, you can experience the best nightlife in Daksum. Dessu Village, Achabal, Kokernag, and Verinaag are the popular surrounding destinations of Daksum. Rajparian Wildlife Sanctuary will offer you a perfect day out to experience wildlife. Make sure you get permission from government offices before taking part in catching trout in Daksum.

  • Popular Attractions: Achabal, Kokernag, Verinaag
  • Popular Activity: Rajparian wildlife exploration, camping
  • Specialty: The place is also famous for anglers. You can join trout fishing groups and spend a fun evening catching trout.


Botapathri is a meadow of Gulmarg, which is situated at a distance of 10km from the Gulmarg Golf Course. The road between Gulamrg and Botapathri offers you a perfect bike trip. The location is well maintained by the government as it is near the LOC. Horse riding is the livelihood of people in Botapathri, you can explore the remote location on ponies. To learn about local culture, meet the people of Botapathri. Enjoy their rich hospitality and traditional cuisines. A day vacation to Botapathri from Gulmarg is worth the time and money.

  • Popular Attractions: Loc, Gulmarg Golf Course
  • Popular Activity: horse riding 
  • Specialty: There are some Gujjar Dhokas and a shrine at the center of the village, which can be part of your itinerary.

Aru Valley

Aru Valley In April, Pahalgam is a well-liked trekking destination in Kashmir because of its stunning scenery. Furthermore, hikers traveling to Tarsar Lake and the Kolahoi Glacier use Aru Village as a base camp. Because the valley offers so many more short walking trails, it is a favorite destination for adventure enthusiasts. The Aru Pahalgam is home to many glaciers, alpine meadows, and streams. Aru Pahalgam is a charming village in the list of best places to visit in Kashmir in February where you may relax with your family on a peaceful evening. 

  • Popular Attractions: Kolahoi Glacier, Tarsar Lake
  • Popular Activity: Trekking and camping
  • Specialty: Many uncommon and endangered animal species, such as red fox, snow leopard, and Asiatic black bear, can be found in the Pahalgam Aru Valley.

Chashme Shahi

The tranquil beauty of Mughal designs is on display at the Chashma Shahi (Royal Spring) Garden. This Mughal garden’s exquisite plant arrangements surrounding a peaceful natural spring will impress you with its aesthetic appeal. One of three gardens in the Srinagar region, the garden was constructed in 1632 by Ali Mardan, a governor under the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Situated five miles (8 kilometers) east of Srinagar, The Chashma Shahi Garden spans a little over 1.7 acres (0.7 hectares).

The garden is divided into three terraces, and a system of pools and aqueducts known as chadars transfers water from the top terrace to the bottom terrace. 

  • Popular Attractions: Dal Lake
  • Popular Activity: Boat rides, Exploring history, Shopping
  • Specialty: The smallest of the Mughal gardens in Srinagar is Chashma Shahi. Still, its best views of Dal Lake and its lovely features make it the most well-liked.

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Things to Do in February

There are a lot of things to do in February in Kashmir. February month offers visitors the natural splendors of magnificent snow peaks, beautiful landscapes covered with snow, and many other things. Here we will discuss the top things to do in February.


Gulmarg is one of the popular ski destinations in India. This activity is performed at the highest altitudes. It consists of three phases the first from the Gulmarg to Kangdoori the second from Kangdoori to Apharwat and the final phase will take the passengers to Mary’s shoulder. In Gulmarg, snowboarding activities will transport visitors to Mary’s Shoulder’s highest point. You may enjoy snowboarding in Gulmarg without fear if you’re a beginner. It’s one of the Gulmarg Winter Olympics sports. The greatest and largest variety of snowboarding slopes, ranging from beginner to expert, are available in Gulmarg. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the towering peaks of the Himalayas.

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The snow quality here is unique and it is one of the thrilling adventurous activities. Every year thousands of tourists come to Gulmarg to enjoy skiing. If you are a beginner, we would highly recommend going for Gulmarg Skiing Course for beginners.

Shikara Ride on Dal Lake

Taking a Shikara ride on the renowned ice Dal Lake is an incredibly breathtaking experience. The Dal Lake stays frozen throughout the winter because of the bitterly cold winters in the valley, which causes the lake to freeze. The Shikara ride is the most romantic option if you are planning a honeymoon to Kashmir in February. You will only get this once in a lifetime. 

Nothing compares to this experience of tranquility—the quiet of winter, the lack of people or traffic, and the soft sounds of an oar brushing against a partially frozen lake. And on a Shikara ride, you could even be lucky enough to see some snow.


Snowmobile in Gulmarg is another popular winter activity for travelers. One can enjoy this activity through the beautiful landscapes. Gulmarg offers some of the best trails for snowmobiles in the entire country. If you are looking for a snowmobile ride, it is easy to find you’re a ride that will suit your schedule and budget at Cliffhangers India. The best time to visit Gulmarg by snowmobile is in the wintertime because at this time there is a lot of snow. You can rent all the equipment needed for snowmobiling near the camps. Apharwat Peak and Khilanmarg are the most visited destinations for Snowmobile activities.

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Take a Pony Ride

Even if the primary mode of transportation in Pahalgam is pony rides, you should still wander along the paths, pamper yourself with the best horses, and enjoy the stunning surroundings. It is unlike anything you have ever experienced; therefore, it should be on your list of things to do in Kashmir in February.

Other than Pahalgam Khilanmarg also offers you pony rides. This hill station documents the residences of indigenous herders and their horseback riding activities. A visit to a popular tourist destination with flower-filled meadows, mesmerizing clouds rising in the sky, and a stunning view of touring the area on ponies will be the cherry on top of your trip.

Taste Kashmiri Cuisine

It is hard for guests to resist Kashmiri cuisine’s distinct flavor and scent. The delicious delicacies of rista, rogan josh, and numerous other dishes are among the mouthwatering treats of Wazwan & Kashmiri cuisine. If you’re seeking activities to do while visiting Kashmir in February that will teach you about the local way of life, this must be at the top of your list. Kashmir’s wintertime delicacy is called harissa. It’s a tasty non-vegetarian dish made with rice and lamb.

Wazwan’s feast is a necessary component of any Kashmiri celebration. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime event to be able to enjoy it in a great setting while listening to classical music, even if it is a trait of royalty. Tasting local cuisines is the top thing to do in Kashmir in February.

Go on Shopping

One of the nicest things to do in Kashmir in February is to go shopping. The greatest marketplaces in Srinagar have everything a traveler may want. Among the well-liked items you can purchase while in Kashmir are Pashmina Shawls, Kashmiri Tea, Carpets, Handlooms, Dry Fruits, and Spices. If you’re the kind of person who likes to buy these kinds of things when traveling, you ought to go shopping in Kashmir and pick out some amazing presents for your loved ones. This also holds for buying souvenirs made by local weavers and artists. You’ll see folks selling handicrafts and trinkets while perched in strange spots as you explore Kashmir. You can also buy fruits and vegetables on the shikaris at Dal Lake. 

Engage in Photography

In February, Kashmir is a photographer’s dream come true, with vivid colors and striking scenery decorating the natural world. A plethora of photographic chances are presented by the region’s captivating beauty and distinctive cultural diversity, which inspire creative zeal.

The landscape becomes a painter’s palette as the snow gradually melts and wildflowers explode into the valleys and meadows. The sight of the towering Himalayan peaks against a symphony of pink, crimson, yellow, and purple is breathtaking.

During calm Shikara rides, the Dal Lake, which mirrors the nearby snow-capped mountains, becomes a photographer’s dream. The chance to photograph floating gardens, Shikaras, and classic houseboats reflected in the azure skies is amazing.

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Tips to Visit Kashmir in February

  • Warm Clothing

When traveling to Kashmir in winter pack layers, including thermal wear, and waterproof layers. Bring all kinds of woolen wear that you can.

  • Footwear

Bring waterproof and thermal boots to keep yourself comfortable in trekking and snow-capped areas. Make sure you always wear the boots to protect your skin.

  • Health Precautions

Carry essential medical needs, be prepared to face altitude sickness, and stay hydrated carry a water bottle always with you. Consult personal doctors to test yourself before the trekking or adventure activities. 

  • Communication

Carry a local mobile network. Because all sims don’t work in the area. Enquire about the local networks and carry a power bank for your phone. Postpaid sims work well in the Kashmir valley. Your regular sims won’t help you in remote areas.

  • Travel Arrangements

Confirm all kinds of transportation options, because your schedules may be affected by snowfall and weather. Plan yourself to go through delays and keep local contacts for emergencies like cabs and accommodations. Plan your itinerary with us, our flexible itineraries will make you prepared for any kind of weather issues. 

  • Backup Power

Carry a portable charger and power bank, as you may get unpredictable problems in electric facilities. Ensure your gadgets are fully charged before starting your day. During treks head out after checking all the gadgets and mobile connections.

Remember visiting Kashmir in February is thrilling and adventurous, so be prepared for all kinds of itineraries. Prioritise safety, and comfort and plan flexible trips.

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Kashmir In January

Snowfall in Kashmir in February

In February Kashmir undergoes a transformation as snow covers the landscape throughout the month. Snowflakes fall throughout the day, and all peaks and trees are covered with snow. As the month progresses you can find 10-12 inches of snow in high areas like Gulmarg and Pahalgam and a normal 4-6 inches of snow in other areas. The best snowfall places in Kashmir include Gulmarg, Sona Marg, Pahalgam, and Yusmarg. In February opt for skiing on the sliding slopes of Gulmarg. On average every year 6.7 days of snow gets recorded in February. 

As an effect of snowfall in Kashmir in February, many roads and treks get closed as they get buried under the snow. Consequently, the temperatures often go under the freezing point in February. Always be ready to experience heavy snow on your trip. This snowfall not only provides you with scenic views and adventures, but many snow festivals in Kashmir happen in February to celebrate the snowfall.

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Transportation Options On Kashmir Tour

Bike/Car Rentals

Consider bike rentals for a flexible traversal through Kashmir’s scenic villages. Ensure the vehicle is suitable for slow-covered terrains. We provide you with the best bike rentals and car rentals of your choice. All of our vehicles are suitable for your winter vacation.

Public Transportation

Public transportation is limited during the Kashmir tour in February. Confirm bus schedules and routes in advance. Many government services get stopped in remote areas where snowfall is heavy. But you can travel between main cities like Gulmarg, Srinagar, Pahalgam, and Anantnag.

  • Taxis are the most affordable and convenient mode of transportation. Shared taxis are available throughout the region. Bargain as much as you can with taxis and negotiate beforehand.
  • In places like Dal Lake and Nigeen Lake, select shikara rides which offer a unique experience amid snow-covered landscapes and frozen lakes.

Be flexible and adaptable to all kinds of transportation choices to enhance your experience.


Honeymoon in Kashmir in February

A February honeymoon trip to Kashmir offers a romantic gateway. Enjoy cozy and comfortable houseboats on Dal Lake. Explore Gulmarg’s powdered slopes and participate in skiing and snowboarding. In winter couples can embark shikara ride on floating ice in Dal Lake. Take part in campfires and treks to enjoy a thrilling honeymoon with our Kashmir honeymoon trip packages.

For couples there are mesmerizing cafes and places in their Kashmir visit in February, the igloo cafe is the most famous in Gulmarg for a romantic gateway. While the temperature is chilly, the magic of the Honeymoon trip lies in the snow of Kashmir. Perfect for creating memories with your loved ones.


Accommodation Options In February In Kashmir

In February, Kashmir offers you with diverse accommodation options. The following are a few of them.

  • Houseboat Stay

Houseboats on dal and nigeen lake are unique from all other stay facilities. You can indulge in the houseboats starting from 600 INR to 17000 INR. If you are looking for a limited-budget stay select Shikara and for a luxury stay, you can stay in premium houseboats.

  • Guesthouse & Homestays

For a more homely vacation and personalized touch, guesthouses and homestays are better options. They offer you a glimpse of local culture and their hospitality. They provide a cozy and memorable stay. For a family vacation guesthouse are more suitable.

  • Hotel & Resorts

Hotels and resorts in Kashmir offer you all the necessary facilities, stunning views of different locations, and in-hand services. From roadside restaurants to top-rated five-star hotels, you can immerse in a comfortable vacation while traveling. They offer you means, wifi and other necessary services.

  • Luxury Stays

If you are looking for a luxurious vacation with full premium services, there are many highly rated luxurious hotels and stays in Kashmir. Starting from houseboats to homestays everything has luxury facilities. You just need to select the one suitable for you. Full the luxurious hotels in Kashmir are no less than your home. They offer you with everything that you pay for.

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Kashmir in February End

Winter starts to get over by February end in Kashmir. The weather afterwards starts to improve. In the last week of February, Kashmir has relatively better temperature and weather. However, it is still cold and wintery. It’s possible to see the beautiful landscape of covered in snow by the end of February. Such snow-covered landscapes with picturesque spots like Dal Lake and Gulmarg make ideal postcards. However, temperatures lower considerably thus resulting in an ethereal chill in the air while frozen rivers & lakes add greatly to the beauty of the area by the end of February.

This is when the beautiful houseboats in Dal Lake are situated against a sheet of ice as it covers the water’s surface creating a kind yet calm environment. Gulmarg has turned into a paradise where people who enjoy skiing as well as snowboarding come from everywhere to enjoy the slopes. Natives participate in traditional winter pursuits, and there is an air of tranquillity. In Kashmir, the gentle poet leaves a snow-laden landscape as his farewell when he quits on the 28th of February indicating that an end has been brought to winter.


How To Reach Kashmir in February

Kashmir by Flight: The closest airport to Kashmir is Srinagar Airport (15 km), which maintains connections to all the important Indian cities and abroad services. GoAir, Jet Airways, IndiGo, Air India, Jammu, Mumbai, and Bangalore are all served by regular flights from Delhi. After landing at the airport, visitors can book taxis to travel to other towns and cities in Kashmir.

Kashmir By Train: Jammu Tawi Railway Station, approximately 330 kilometers away, is the closest railhead serving the stunning Kashmir valley. The Jammu Mail, Jammu Tawi Express, and New Delhi-Jammu Tawi Rajdhani Express is one of the well-liked trains that depart from Delhi.

Kashmir By Road: In case you’re using public transportation like trains or buses, it would be more expedient to reach Jammu initially and then arrange for a means to reach Srinagar from there. Buses operated by JKSRTC travel to Srinagar from the Jammu Bus Stand in about ten to eleven hours. One can take governmental or private buses or hire a private taxi to go to different areas in Kashmir.


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Kashmir Valley offers plenty of popular destinations that you can visit. Some of the popular attractions are Sonmarg, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Srinagar, etc. These places remain in the top position on the tourism map. Every year thousands of tourists visit to enjoy vacations here in Kashmir. These attractions offer a lot of winter festivals to take part in and enjoy Kashmiri traditions.
  • One of Kashmir’s main attractions Gulmarg cable ride offers you stunning views of the Pir Panjal Range and LOC It is the highest cable car ride in Asia.
  • Riding Shikara around Dal Lake is one of the best things you can do on your Kashmir trip in February. With its best views of Srinagar city, It’s also a fantastic way to taste the Kashmiri culture and cuisines.
  • Being covered under snow in February, the terrain is suitable for snow sports. You can participate with your group or join any guided tours. Experience skiing, snowboarding, and winter treks in your Kashmir visit in February.

1. Pangong Tso Lake: The Bollywood film “3 Idiots” made this sapphire blue lake famous. Enjoy a captivating camping experience next to the charming lake beneath the starry skies.

2. Nubra Valley: Located amid the snow-capped high terrain, Nubra Valley is a beautiful desert that you will encounter on the route to Pangong Tso.

3. Zanskar Valley: This well-known yet remote Ladakh location is a unique spot where you can see towering mountains, narrow gorges, and breathtaking sweeping views of the Zanskar River running straight through the center. It is somewhat well-known among trekkers and is only open for a certain amount of time each year.

Yes, February is a good time to visit Kashmir. If you want to enjoy snowfall and indulge yourself in many adventure activities, it is the ideal time to visit Kashmir and spend quality time with your loved ones. Skiing in Gulmarg is one of the best activities to choose from. February is winter here in Kashmir. A trip in February means you can enjoy all the winter activities such as a Gondola ride, skiing, ice skating, snowmobile, snow trekking, etc.
Kashmir temperature in February is cold. Hence pack layers for a winter trip to Kashmir, including waterproof and thermal clothing. Bring as many woolen garments as you can. To be warm and comfortable when traveling through snow-covered regions, use thermal and waterproof boots. To protect your skin, make sure you wear the boots at all times. Keep a water bottle close at hand, be ready for altitude sickness, and pack the necessities for your basic medical needs.
Kashmir in February receives heavy snowfall and the entire valley is covered with thick snow sheets. It is the ideal time to enjoy live snowfall and go for many adventure activities. Kashmir receives heavy snow almost 10-15 days of the month. Get ready to enjoy Kashmir with snowfall all around.
To reach Kashmir you have many ways which include roads, trains, and flights. The best way to reach Kashmir is by flight. Srinagar airport is the nearest airport which is very well connected to major cities of India such as Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, etc. The most affordable choice is to visit Kashmir by train. You can take pony rides to explore the beauty of Kashmir.
Indeed, traveling in January is safe. That being said, bear in mind that high-altitude passes get significant snowfall. The snow obstruction on the paths leading back to Leh may trap you when you visit a certain location. This time of year also presents a significant risk for avalanches, so exercise extreme caution.
The entire valley is covered with thick snowfall and the temperature sometimes goes to sub-zero degrees and the weather is very chilly. The famous attraction of Srinagar Dal Lake remains frozen during this time. Every place in Kashmir looks like a white dreamland. The weather is so cool and travelers must be careful for high-altitude breezes.
Yes, it is perfectly safe for every kind of tourist. Kashmir Valley is bestowed with scenic natural beauty and welcomes tourists throughout the year. You can visit here any time, there is no permission required.
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