So is it? The prettiest trek in India?
You'd find a lot of trustable sources putting up affirmative responses to that question. Indiahikes says, 'After this trek, every other trek feels as though it is a movie on a small screen. Kashmir Great Lakes, however, is an IMAX 3D experience – such is the grandeur of the trek.'
A part of me agrees to that on the basis of what I've seen, but there is so much I have not. And it was only after seeing this tiny bit, I understand that beauty has more elements to it than what eyes show you. For me the most beautiful trek would probably be in the recap section of all my treks sometime in the future. I have not yet trekked on cinematically depressing routes, on white worlds, in extremely remote parts of himalayas that Wikitravel is unaware of. I'm not ready to believe this is the best that there is.
But if you have a fixed number of days in hand and you need an easy accessibility to the starting point of the trek and you still have to have your Jaws dropped rather frequently, this could be it your aesthetic pilgrimage, your visual salvation.
PS- I would try to source more photos if I can from others, if they can add to the story.
PPS- The Instagram links would only work if you copy it and then open/open in a new tab. (the handle is - souravzhere)