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Enjoy the natural beauty of the paradise on Earth, Jammu and Kashmir with this activity integrated tour of the city of Patni Top. Enjoy the beauty of the city and places around it as you go for sight seeing. We provide you shooting, trekking, rappelling, rock climbing and river crossing along with bonfire and music every night with some folk dance.
Sight seeing, shooting, and a bonfire with music at night.
Trekking and bonfire with folk dance at night.
Rappelling and Rock Climbing.
Local sightseeing and departure.
Welcome drink check-in get freshen and break fast
Archery & Air rifle shooting/outdoor game /team building game
Bon Fire with music
Trekking with pack lunch enjoy scenic beauty above 9000 ft MSL
Back to camp
Bon Fire with flock dance
Rappelling and climbing
Bon Fire with music
Breakfast & Check out
Local sightseeing Patni top
Late evening departure.
Trek pants (3 pairs including the one you are wearing): We highly endorse synthetic quick-dry pants as they are light. Plus, when it’s cold you can wear one over the other. While trekking a pair is what you would carry apart from the worn. You could keep the third pair for your return journey. Alternative: Cotton pant with many pockets / Track pants are comfortable too. Please do not bring Denim jeans, shorts or 3 quarters to trek.
Collared T-shirts (3 pairs including the one you are wearing): Preferably light, full sleeve t-shirts. The collar and the sleeves prevent sun burns on the neck and arms. Avoid loud colors that would distract birds and animals.
Full sleeve woolens (2 pairs including the one you are wearing): We endorse fleece over wool as it is light weight, compact and warm.
Thick jacket: Carry 1 hollow full sleeve windproof jacket/down jacket
Thermal inners: 1 pair of lightweight, upper and lower (optional)
Trekking shoes: No sports shoes. The shoes need to have soles with good grip and ankle support. Do not wear a new shoe to a trek. It might cause blisters. Before bringing them to trek, wear it for a week to make it softer. We recommend FORCLAZ 100, 500, and 600.
Socks (3 pairs): 2 cotton pairs, 2 woolen pairs (mostly to be used on campsites and while sleeping. Keep them dry.)
Backpack (40-60 liters): Backpack with sturdy straps and supporting frame. Rain cover for the backpack is essential.
Daypack (20 liters): It is mandatory to carry a daypack if you choose to offload your backpack. If you decide to carry your backpack, the daypack is not required.
Raincoat/poncho: A lightweight poncho is preferred as it covers your rucksack as well from the top. The raincoat can also be used as windproof when required.
Balaclava: The cap must cover your ears and neck. You may also use scarves.
Synthetic hand gloves: Ensure that the gloves are waterproof.
Suncap: 1 pair of nice warm gloves required, fleece or woolen. 1 pair of waterproof/resistant, windproof gloves. You get very thin inner gloves nowadays. You may get one of those to use layering.
Sunglasses: Curved ones will cover your eyes well. No blue colored sunglass — they don’t block UV. Blacks, greens, browns are fine. Avoid multi-tone sunglasses. Sunglasses prevent snow blindness. Sunglasses are mandatory for this trek.People who wear spectacles, choose one of these – contact lenses, photochromatic glasses, or if either of the above is not possible, wear your spectacles and carry a big sunglass that can be worn over your spectacles.
Toiletries (Sunscreen – SPF 40+, moisturizer, light towel, lip balm/chap stick, small soap, toilet paper, wet tissue)
Repair kit (needle & thread)
Headlamp/LED torch: Mandatory
Camera: Carry all accessories – spare batteries, charger, etc.
Cutlery: Carry a plate, spoon, coffee mug & a lunch box. We insist on trekkers getting their own cutlery for hygiene reasons. To save weight, you may use your lunch box to have food in it and also carry it.
Water bottles: 2 bottles, 1 Litre each. Packaged drinking water bottles like Aquafina, Bisleri, and others are not allowed.
Trekking pole: Trekking pole is mandatory.