Arranged at the conversion of the streams spilling out of Sheshnag Lake and the Lidder waterway, Pahalgam (2,130 m) was previously a modest shepherd’s town with stunning perspectives. Presently it is Kashmir’s head resort, cool notwithstanding amid the tallness of summer when the most extreme temperature does not surpass 25 deg C. Various inns and cabins oblige all inclinations and spending plans, from rich lodgings to honest trekkers’ hotels, including cottages. Around Pahalgam are many spots of intrigue, and on the grounds that the resort is set between genuinely soak slopes, it merits employing a horse instead of strolling. Horse admissions are posted at unmistakable areas. Pahalgam is arranged at an elevation of 2,133 meters in the midst of grand deodars, fir, pine, junipers and numerous different conifers. The place gets exuberant amid the vacationer long stretches of the mid year. There is something about the unadulterated and re-vitalizing quality of Pahalgam. Maybe thick pine and cedar woodlands make it oxygen rich. Restricted openness joined with constrained telecom network make it a perfect escape from the granulate of day by day life and expert pressure. The town is at the intersection of the Aru and Sheshnag Rivers and encompassed by taking off, fir-shrouded mountains with exposed, snow-topped pinnacles ascending behind them. The Aru streams down from the Kolahoi icy mass past Lidderwat while the Sheshnag from ice sheets along the considerable Himalayas.Kashmir, being a definitive stunner that it is, has no uncertainty been in the can rundown of vacationers from everywhere throughout the world. Pahalgam is one of the must visit puts in Kashmir, in light of its unparalleled magnificence, and quietness. Situated at a stature of 7200ft, Pahalgam is known as the “Valley of Shepherds”, and is so excellent an area that various Bollywood films have been shot there.