Experience the essence of Patnitop as you discover the following places nearby.
Situated at an elevation of 2000 m, take a stroll through the misty Madhatop. Around 5 km from Patnitop, this little hill station is nestled between fog clad mountains, cedar woods and dazzling ice sheets, attracting trekkers and adventure seekers from all over the world.
Well known for a variety of adventure activities like ziplining, trekking, rock climbing, boating and more, Sanasar’s open grounds and mesmerising lake offers more than just a serene escape.
Surrounded by extensive cedar forests and snow-capped mountains, Nathatop offers a phenomenal view of the Himalayas from its pinnacle – it is a must visit for nature lovers. Situated at a height of 2711 m, one can indulge in activities like paragliding and skiing.
Baglihar Hydroelectric Power Plant is a river water venture on the Chenab river. Encompassed by a stunning landscape, it offers various water activities like boating and rafting. This man-made wonder draws a great deal of visitors.
Often called ‘Mini Kashmir’, this scenic destination is situated at a distance of 80 km from Patnitop. From immense open grounds and feisty streams to captivating meadows and treetop houses, Bhadervah is a resplendent retreat for all.
For those looking for a more soul enriching experience, here's a list of spiritual places in proximity to our lower terminal at Sanget.
Fabled to be the place where Lord Shiva married Goddess Parvati, Mantalai holds profound value amongst locals and visitors alike. Set in the midst of a lofty mountain range and virgin forest, it is the perfect place for soulful enlightenment.
43 km from Patnitop lies Gouri Kund, a sacred place that attracts many pilgrims ever year in June to celebrate a 3-day festival. A holy dip in the ice-cold Dewaki Nadi is taken to pay homage to the gods.
With immense religious significance and located only 5 km away from Gouri Kund, Sudh Mahadev, lies on the banks of Dewaki Nadi. This place is a centre for adrena-holics, as it offers exciting adventure activities like – trekking, parasailing, paragliding, skiing and more.
Katra is globally renowned for the holy shrine of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi. Visited by millions of pilgrims every year, it is a thriving tourism destination with abundant restaurants, resorts and hotels.
The winter capital of J&K, also known as the 'city of temples', Jammu is an emerging metropolis with the establishment of world-class facilities complemented by a surreal touch of the surrounding natural landscape.
This famous cave is popular for its natural formation of the Shiva Lingam. Surrounded by lush green mountains, it takes a 3 km trek up to reach the main cave. It is a developing tourism destination, engulfed by majestic mountains, waterfalls and lakes.