A twisting 4km-long loop of road rings and wounds through the hills reaching to the undulating ‘Meadow of Flowers’, called Gulmarg. This hill resort's legendary beauty, prime location and proximity to Srinagar eventually make it one of the premier location.  Gulmarg is situated at an altitude of 2730 meters above sea level and has a gently sloping topography. The pine-fringed meadow gets a visual focus by the prim 1890s Anglican Church of St Mary’s sitting on a lonely hillock, accessed off the dead-end road linking historic Gulmarg Golf Club to the 1965 neo-colonial style Hotel Highlands Park.


You can also venture up through the backing stands of mature pines towards the bald ridge of Mt Afarwat. With no doubts, Gulmarg is one of the beautiful place that can be visited in Kashmir valley. Formerly, it was called Gaurimag, named after Shiva’s coasts.  During the colonial rule over India, the British discovered the hill resort of Gulmarg in 1927. Gulmarg draws numerous travelers due to its rustic appeal. The snow-clad peaks and the lovely landscapes of Gulmarg have contributed background for several Bollywood movies.Gulmarg is also the Asia's only heli-skiing resort. Its surreal beauty and adventure activities make Gulmarg much more than a cool hill resort. It is a convenient base for treks to the Himalayas and also offers multiple winter sports facilities to the tourists. Gulmarg can be visited throughout the year.The winter months from November to February are ideal for skiing.

Gulmarg was a beloved resort of Emperor Jehangir and today Gulmarg is not merely a mountain resort of exceptional beauty- it also has the highest green golf course in the world, at an altitude of 2,650 m, and is the country's premier ski resort in the winter.