Arranged at a tallness of 2,020 m, Kokernag is roughly 70 km from the region of Srinagar. Sprouting gardens encompass this spring, which rises at seven spots at the foot of the forested mountain. The water of Kokernag in Kashmir is accepted to have restorative and stomach related properties. Furthermore, on account of these properties just, the spring is otherwise called Papashudan Nag or the wrongdoing purging spring. There is additionally a professional flowerbed and a rose garden close Kokernag, flooding with scents of blossoms and bushes. Kokarnag is additionally the biggest new water spring of the Kashmir valley. The word Kokernag is a mix of the two words, Koker signifying 'fowl' and Nag signifying 'serpent'. Kokernag is an accumulation of numerous little springs and altogether, they all resemble the hook foot of a Koker chicken. Also, the streaming stream looks like a moving serpent. Thus, the name "Kokernag". The spring of Kokernag involve 300 waterways, 129 trenches for plant purposes and 171 channels for woodland territory.
Weather: Summer 13°C to 22°C Winter 0.3°C to 0.7°C