Pahalgam is not only identified for its natural attractiveness, but also contains number of other things to do as well. The White Water Rafting is one of the most adventurous activity. This past spectacular mountains, the game of white water river rafting calls for a victory over fast moving river.
The best time for White water Rafting depends on the sufficiency of water level therefore between the months of April to september is most appropriate for river rafting Pahalgam and also at that time weather is conductive for outdoor sports. Navigate a River Rafting Pahalgam or White Water Rafting Pahalgam is a challenging sporting activity using a raft or other water bodies. It is usually on the White water or different degree of rough water. It is fact that White water rafting is quite dangerous activity but does not worry about much because there are professionally trained experts available and they will take care of you. So enjoy the fun of River Rafting Pahalgam.
Lidder River in Pahalgam is best spot for River Rafting Pahalgam. Lidder River is 73 km Long River in Kashmir region. The Lidder River flows through from Pahalgam town which is placed at the 3 km from Langland Bridge and 95 km from Srinagar. The starting point of Lidder River is Kolahoi glacier and Shehnag Lake. White water rafting is the must do thing when you are in Pahalgam. There is no particular timing to visit Lidder River. You can visit The Lidder River whenever you want.
The development of sport as a vacation activity has become popular since the mid-1970s. The White Water Rafting in Pahalgam is organized in month of May by Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department by Kashmir Rafting Operators. White water rafting is usually 2 to 3 km long it might take 30 to 45 minutes per access. In India, Grades are classified as follow:
Grade I: Predominantly flat water with small and easy waves.
Grade II: Clear passages with some areas of difficulty.
Grade III: Difficult passages which are sometimes narrow in places and have high waves.
Grade IV: Very difficult passages through narrow channels which require precise manoeuvring.
Grade V: Extremely difficult due to high velocity and fast-flowing waters which can be manoeuvred only by experts.
Grade VI: For all practical purposes, unmanageable - even fatal.