Kolahoi Base Camp (4140m) is a seven day trekking expedition in Kashmir. The trail for trekking to Kolahoi Base Camp is relatively easy and cuts through lush meadows of Aru Valley in Pahalgam, rich forest of Lidderwat (3050m) and Satlenjan (3420m) and the highland lake Tarsar. This trek in Kashmir is popular since 1900s and has been aimed by many veteran trekkers around the globe.
Srinagar sets the starting point of the trek; however Aru Valley is where the trekking actually starts from. An 11kms trekking from Aru to Lidderwat concludes the third day of the trek. The fourth day begins with an early head out to Satlenjan, where trekkers get an opportunity to acclimatize for the further lead on trekking towards the Kolahoi Base Camp. Gujars encampments and lush greed pasture along the Lidder River welcomes trekkers at Satlanjan. An exhausting upward trail and rough terrain along with nomadic shepherds beckons the proximity to Kolahoi Base Camp. To get the best view of the Kolahoi Peak, trekkers can climb the ridge, which lies opposite to the peak.