In the midst of the Himalayas' lush and widespread mountains, at a height of 9560 feet, sits the freshwater lake known as Kareri. You will encounter the most amazing sights of nature on this bizarre Kareri Lake Trek, which will astound you. The lake is surrounded by mountains that are covered with snow during the winter and is located in the majestic Dhauladhar range. While on the trip with an experienced guide by your side, you will undoubtedly have the most thrilling experience of your life.
The trail of the trek is cut into steps that makes it easy to moderate trail grade which beginners can also enjoy. The trek has a 26-kilometre radius around it and offers beautiful camping areas as well which takes approximately 3 days to cover this distance. Get a fantastic opportunity to communicate with the nearby communities that are located at such a high height. You will have the most delightful and restful journey ever thanks to fantastic camping locations, food options, and supervision. Enjoy the arduous climb up into the Himalayas' lush conifer and dazzling floral valleys as you discover the stunning Kareri lake.
Maximum altitude - The Kareri Lake Trek takes you to an altitude of 9650ft.
Grade - Easy to moderate
Duration - 3 days
Trekking distance - 26 km
Trail type - Rock steps are usually cut into steep parts
Rail head - Pathankot railway station
Airport - Kangra Airport
Snow Season - December last week to April first week.
Service from - Dharamsala to Dharamsala
Base camp - Kareri Village
Best season - December to April
Region - Himachal Pradesh
Who can participate - 10 years and above age
Day 1: Travel from Dharamkot to Kareri village
Day 2: Enjoy the Trek to Kareri Lake
Day 3: End your beautiful journey at Mcleodganj
Dharamkot to Kareri Village
Altitude: 2950 meters
Time taken: 3-4 hours
Reach to the agreed-upon meeting location in Kaneri, a representative will welcome you and give you a brief rundown of the full tour.Trek towards the Kareri Village after reaching Dharamkot and meeting the rest of the group.
Start the trip to the nearby Kanheri Village after getting to know your tour guide and other travellers.
Get to know the Gaddi Tribe residents of Kareri Village.
In Kareri Village, spend the night in a homestay or a tent.
Take a sturdy and comfortable pair of shoes that will help you in trekking up.
Always carry a raincoat because the Reoti base camp can receive heavy rainfall at times.
It's crucial to pick a sturdy backpack, but try not to make it too heavy for the ascent.
You should carry 1 litre of bottle and stay hydrated throughout the trek up.
Extra pairs of socks are highly required if you are taking the trek during winters.
Carry an insulating jacket and winter necessities with you, such as hats, gloves, and eyewear, to protect yourself from the harsh cold you might experience above.
You can also carry light snacks to munch on during the trek.
Be physically active and indulge in jogging and running activities before you participate in the trek.
Take comfortable and waterproof shoes with you. Also carry a backpack which can fit in your required clothing items.
Stay hydrated and munch on light snacks to keep yourself full and energised.
Stay Close to your group and carefully follow the instructions of your supervisor.
Be aware of your trekking route and itinerary beforehand.
Use walking poles for better support.
One of the most challenging yet gorgeous excursions you may go on is the Kareri trekking paths. You will be introduced to the most fascinating Himalayan climbs over the entire peaceful walk. Visitors will have a blast up there because of the pure water streams and genuine Himalayan settlements. Although regarded to be of moderate difficulty, the Kakeri hiking can be rather difficult in the winter. Your ascent will reach a height of almost 9000 feet before coming to a conclusion at the stunning freshwater Kareri lake in the centre of ethereal Himalayan views.