Lidder River in Pahalgham originates from the Kolahoi Glacier at an elevation of 4653 meters, it is a 73 km long river. Lidder River is the second major tributary of Jhelum River, Sind River being the first one, it is an important river in the Kashmir valley of Jammu and Kashmir. Lidder River meets Jhelum in Gurnar Khanabal village at a height of 1615 meters from sea level. Pahalgam forms the central Lidder Valley as the river cover 30 km area in this tourist place. The color of the water in the river is crystal blue and looks extremely gorgeous. This is the river which is best suited for river rafting and trout fishing activities. Tourists who are seeking adventure visit the place not only to indulge in these activities but also to spend time in the unparalleled beauty of the Lidder Valley.
... Lidder River flows through the valleys of Pahalgam. This mighty river is a sight to behold and is a popular tourist destination in Pahalgam. The crystal clear water houses many different varieties of fish and is also used for irrigation purposes. The peaceful aura of this destination combined with its scenic beauty makes it a quaint picnic spot to spend some quality time in the lap of nature. A nature lover's paradise, the blue water of this river against the backdrop of lush mountains is a sight to sore eyes. Experience the raw beauty of the region here as you take long walks along the banks of the river.
Q. What Lidder River is Famous for?
Ans. Lidder River is famous for its scenic beauty, mountains, and River Rafting.
Q. What are the places to visit near Lidder River?