Offering historical importance, Singh Valley has proven to be a significant aspect of the silk route. It also worked as a bridge between China and India. The route is the entrance of Islam and Buddhism and is popular for the dense pine forests and alpine meadows. The valley is popular for being a major source of hydroelectric power to the state and offers water for irrigation. Tourists can also spot Ibex and Markhor wild animals in the valley.

Nearby Attractions:

  • Vale Of Kashmir
  • Betaab Valley
  • Sindhu River