The origin of Gulmarg as the Golfing Mecca of India goes back to the late 19th century when a 6-hole course was made in 1890-91 by Colonel Neville Chamberlain. At an altitude of 2,650 m is the hightest golf course in the world.
8,825 feet above sea level in the Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas lies a higher order of luxury. Gulmarg now has a world-class resort worthy of its pristine beauty. The Khyber Himalayan Resort & Spa is spread over seven unspoilt, fir-laden acres, with majestic views of the Affarwat Peaks. Through the year the drama of the changing seasons unfolds here. In spring, carpets of flowers add dazzling colour to the valley, inviting you to long walks. Come summer and you’re picnicking on sun-drenched meadows. In the autumn, the greens at the world’s highest golf course await you. Winter brings the exhilaration of skiing on freshly powdered slopes, some of the finest in Asia. The Khyber Himalayan Resort & Spa is that rare luxury resort to which you will return even four times a year, for every visit is differently delightful.
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