The list of things to do is long, however this is the brief.
Enjoy a Shikara ride in the Dal Lake. You can also swim in the lake.
Stay in a houseboat.
Take a walk on the streets of Old City [downtown Srinagar].
In winters you can go on a skiing/snowboarding adventure at Gulmarg.
If you are lucky enough to find the lakes frozen during winters, take a walk on the Dal Lake. But be careful.
Enjoy white water rafting at Phalgam and Gulmarg.
Visit the Gardens made by Mughal kings on the banks of the Dal Lake in the foothills of Zabarwan mountains.
During Spring season visit Asia's largest tulip garden.
Go fishing in any of the lakes in Srinagar. The license to fish costs about $5 per day during the summers. The resort of "Aharbal" offers excellent fishing opportunities: there's a great waterfall too. "Daksum" is very famous for its scenic mountain beauty and clear, sparkling streams with bountiful of catch. Then there's "Frislin" in Pahalgam and Yousmarg to name a few.
If you are visiting high altitude lakes some of the few zero pollution lakes on the planet don't forget "Tulin Lake" located at at altitude of approximately 4000 meters above sea level. The 25 kilometer trek starts from Pahalgam. Tulin Lake is just one among the many high altitude lakes in Kashmir.
Use the state owned JKTDC's transports whenever you can. They are sincere and reliable.
Rafting in pahalgam in Liddar river
golf club in pahalgam