Sinthan Top

Situated in the Kishtwar district of Jammu, Sinthan Top is a captivating mountain pass renowned for its historical significance and breathtaking landscapes. Situated at an approximate elevation of 12,000 feet, this location is well-liked by nature lovers and photographers due to its expansive vistas of neighbouring mountains. For those who wish to see snow-capped mountains in the summer also, Sinthan Top will fulfil their desire. Sinthan Top is renowned for its beauty and fantastic tourist attractions, much like other parts of the valley. The location is quickly becoming one of Chenab Valley's most popular tourist destinations. It's a winding, hilly drive of about 37 kilometers from Daksum that promises adventure. The area is becoming more popular for skiing, hiking, and mountaineering. The fact that Sinthan Top is easily accessible for adventure activities is one of its most intriguing features. Trekking enthusiasts who want to experience the thrill of navigating its difficult yet rewarding trails love it. The journey to Sinthan Top is interspersed with verdant forests and provides sporadic views of the varied fauna of the area, which includes the Himalayan monal, musk deer, and the elusive snow leopard. Sinthan Top, is a place that combines vibrant culture, historical significance, and scenic beauty. Sinthan Top has something special to offer everyone, whether they are history buffs interested in historic trade routes, adventurers looking for new trails, or just people who enjoy taking in the beauty of nature. The place is accessible from Kashmir also and falls in Anantnag district. It offers a 360-degree view of both Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Best Time to Visit: April to September
  • Ideal Duration: 1 to 3 hours
  • Distance From Airport: The nearest airport is in Jammu which is 237 kms away
  • Distance From Railway Station: The nearest railway station is in Udhampur which is 168 kms away
  • Distance From Road: It is situated 231 kms away Jammu
  • Travel Tips: Trekking, hiking, wildlife watching, stargazing and photography
  • Safety Measures: Keep yourself warm and carry gum boots (or you can take on rent from vendors available there)
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