Since 2019 commercial trekking in Kashmir has come down owing to the state-imposed lockdown followed by the Covid19 pandemic, said Mohammad Arif, having lengthy experience guiding trekkers. He said that the low inflow of tourists in the region for the past 3 years has hit commercial trekking but the number of locals who go for adventurous trekking has increased.
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