Sanasar

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Paragliding at Sanasar

Sanasar (सानासर) is the name given to the two small villages of Sana and Sar in Jammu province, Jammu and Kashmir state, India.

Named after small local lakes, Sana and Sar are located 20 km west of Patnitop, Udhampur district on the national highway 1A. At an altitude of 2,050 metres it is the hub for adventure sport activities in the Jammu region. The area is notable for its scenic views of mountain ranges including the Brammah Massif.

Wilderness Adventure Camp-Sanasar

Nearby sights[edit]

A nearby mountain range is called the Shanta Ridge. The Shank Pal Temple is located at the highest point of the Shank Pal ridge, at an altitude of 2,800 metres, a few hours' walk from Sanasar. The 400-year-old temple is dedicated to Nag Shank Pal. No mortar was used to join the stones of the temple.

Shanta Gala is a pass on the Shanta ridge which offers a view of the Panchari valley on the other side of the ridge. The pass leads to the Lander area.

Coordinates: 33°07′32.4″N 075°15′35.1″E / 33.125667°N 75.259750°E / 33.125667; 75.259750