Himachal Pradesh–the lower regions of Himalayas, exhibits a few choice shocks from the abundance of nature like-waterways, rivulets, coniferous stretches, icy mass took care of lakes and plentiful widely varied vegetation venturing into the fields of north India. One of these amazements covered up on display is the Kareri Lake Trek which otherwise called Kumarwah Lake is a shallow freshwater lake arranged in the south of Dhauladhar run, around 9 kilometres northwest of Dharamshala, in the Kangra locale of Himachal Pradesh.
While places like the Baijnath sanctuary, Kangra Fort, Brajeshwari sanctuary, Dhauladhar go, Indrahar pass trek and Mcleodganj draw in countless vacationers, situated at a height of 2934 meters over the ocean level, Kareri Lake figures out how to cut a specialty in the hearts of the guests who witness its unadulterated magnificence.
The lake is taken care of by icy masses of the Dhauladhar run and further streaming down structures the stream named ‘Nyund’. Since liquefying snow is the wellspring of Kareri Lake, the lake is shallow and clear. It is so perfectly clear that the bed of the lake is additionally obvious to the unaided eye!
The immaculate Kareri lake trek is encircled by bunches of thick conifers, bright lasting blossoms and field extends which are oftentimes visited by the Gujjars and Gaddis and their steers who dwell in the close by towns. The lake freezes throughout the winter months beginning from November end up till April/May wrapping the region in fog and a strange environment that catches the creative mind of nature aficionados.
How to arrive at Kareri Lake trek?
Transports are accessible from Dharamshala to Ghera town beginning from 8 AM. The separation between the two spots is around 20 kilometers which can likewise be secured by an employed jeep or taxi.
The trek begins from the market in Ghera town. The town has a safe street stepping on which you will run over an extension and keep proceeding onward the course along the Khauli River. Around 30 minutes into the trek you will pass Sari town and from here Kareri town is just 2 kilometers away.
The path goes through thick rhododendron assortments driving the best approach to Kareri town. Strolling ahead you will run over a wooden scaffold over the Kareri stream; from here it will take around an additional 30 minutes to arrive at the town. The outdoors grounds and the woodland visitor house are only 10 minutes from here.
Campers generally set up their camp in the glades close to the stream, 10 minutes from Kareri town. There is a backwoods visitor house accessible too for convenience yet it is prudent to talk with the timberland officer office ahead of time in the event that you wish to book the visitor house. Home-remain in the Kareri town is additionally a decent choice for the trekkers to consider.
The path at the rear of the backwoods visitor house prompts a tight valley which will prompt another wooden scaffold. After a somewhat more extreme move of around 200 meters and intersection another scaffold, you will end up at an outdoors spot called ‘Harote’. From this spot, there will be another valley which will lead you to your goal Kareri Lake.
Best an ideal opportunity to go
Whenever around it is a decent an ideal opportunity to visit Kareri Lake and the close by attractions. It ought to be noted however that during November/December to May/April the lake stays solidified and additional alert is required when visiting the lake as the ice thickness can be erratic and the surface dangerous.
Hardly any tips to recollect. Wear agreeable garments and legitimate shoes. Convey your own water jugs to remain hydrated. Convey mosquito repellent, hardly any bites and a little medical aid pack for crises. Try not to litter while trekking
Other suggested treks
Some different treks close McLeodganj that guarantee a quieting break from the tedious musicality of life and stunning perspectives are –Triund Trek, which is a little and unobtrusive trek, Thatharana Trek Guna Devi Temple trek, Bhagsu trek and Indrehar Pass trek.
So open your schedules get together your trekking shoes and begin investigating!
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