(Last Updated on : 05/04/2019)
Mushkoh Valley of the Himalayan Mountain Ranges
is located in Ladakh
. This valley is glaciated and unsuitable for human habitation and it came into prominence in 1999 during the Kargil conflict
, when the Pakistan army crossed the Line of Control. Mushkoh Valley is the limit of the western extremity of Ladakh. In the west portion of this valley lies the northern part of the Kashmir Valley. Mushkoh Valley with an elevation of 11,000 feet is located near Drass
. The villages near this valley have astounding scenic beauty as River Dras flows through it. The people of these villages are mostly occupied in farming and sheep rearing. Mushkoh is also considered to be a popular base for trekking
to Tilail in Gurez
Visiting Information to Mushkoh Valley
Mushkoh Valley can be reached via Leh
. Jammu Tawi Railway Station
and Leh Airport
are the nearest mediums to reach the valley. Leh is well connected to all the major cities of India
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