Islamia College Srinagar conducts Domail trek

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Department of Physical Education of Islamia college Srinagar organised one day snow trekking on Saturday March 23rd for its newly inducted adventure club student members to Naranag Domail.

The trekking group was flagged off by Prof. Yaseen Ahmed Shah the Princial of the college at 8.00 a m in the morning from the College Gate. The party of 29 students and 4 staff members under the supervision of Dr. Altaf ur Rehman, Director Physical Education of the college started trekking at 10.40 a m from Naranag near ancient temple ruins area through snow clad trek up to Domail . Traversing through moderate to heavy snow clad trail, the party reached Domail bridge at 12:00 PM, where the accumulated snow was 4 to 7 ft.

Spending about 2 hours at this beautiful place the college trekkers enjoyed the natural beauty of the area which is the Sangam of two streams from famous Alpine lakes up hill, to the maximum. The party started return journey at 2.00 PM and reached Naranag at 3:15 PM and reached the college safe and sound at 5.30 pm.