Away from eyes but not the mind can be best described for - Yousmarg, a little village famous for its maiden appearance. Despite being cut off from all the basic amenities, it is a popular tourist attraction in Kashmir. Unspoiled wilderness including surreal landscapes, roaring rivers, shimmering streams, and mighty peaks encourage nature lovers and daredevils to camp their stay, either to try this offbeat destination for a digital detox or to scale the Pir Panjal summits for an adrenaline rush.
The Bobby Hut, where Rishi Kapoor's classic Hindi film Bobby (1973) was shot, is the first thing you'll notice as a prominent tourist attraction in Yousmarg when you arrive. Meadows, springs, and pine trees surround the tourist attractions of Yousmarg. While you're on your way to explore raw, less-traveled trails, there are streams and hillocks to keep you company. To harness your own voice and get one with nature, reconnect with meaningful silence.
Yousmarg is famous among travelers for a variety of reasons, from being a base camp for ascending the peaks of the Pir Panjal Range to the Tatakoti glacier, which is the source of the river Doodhganga (Flowing Milk). Mountainous streams, Sunset Peaks, Pakharpora Shrine, Nilnag Lake, and Sang-e-Safed (White Rocks) are only a few of the magnet sites hidden in Yousmarg.
Traveling to such a lovely location, of course, necessitates a sustainable strategy. Disconnect in Yousmarg to reconnect with yourself and your surroundings. Have the time of your life discovering the hidden treasures that can only be found by embarking on a difficult trekking excursion. Feel one with nature by experiencing it in its entirety. Travel with caution. While detoxing your spirit, mind, and body, make sure your unethical behavior does not harm this breezy environment.