Gulmarg is the closest town to Ningle Nallah. 10 kms is all the distance that needs to be covered from Gulmarg to reach this spot called ningle Nallah. This spot falls on the way to Lien Marg. Once there, you can enjoy the beauty of nature and take a short walk through the green valley. Once you cross the Ningle Nallah bridge you can reach Khilanmarg on foot. The journey would be beautiful and distance will not pose a threat. The area that surrounds the ningle nallah stream is a favourite among locals and tourists for camping and picnics.
The Ningle Nallah, being just 10 kms away from Gulmarg town is easily reachable by road. Either you can hire a private taxi from your hotel or take one from the main taxi stand of Gulmarg, it will take you to Ningle Nallah. For adventure seekers and budding photographers, the journey on foot should be the best decision, for 10 kms is not a challenge.
The Ningle Nallah stream runs due to the snow that melts from the Apharwat Mountains. Later it joins the course of the Jhelum River in Sopore. Tourists love to photograph this spot at all times of the year. Summer scenery is characterized by colorful; wild flowers and lush green pine forest. This seems like God has laid a beautiful carpet around the gurgling stream.
The winter scenery contrasts the summer one when the area goes under the thick cover of white powdery snow. Even though the photographs will come out good in winter as well, the stream is best enjoyed in summers, when you can dip your legs in the water and have some fun.
The journey from Gulmarg to Ningle Nallah can also be take on a horseback for people who like horse riding. Professional riders can rent out the horse on their own and set out to explore Gulmarg and its surroundings. However, regular tourists also have an option of a guide along with the horse. The horse ride can be a little rough for people who are not used to all the jerks and jumps.