Trek to Kareri Lake

Kareri Lake is located at Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, the state that is considered as a home for mountain towns, Buddhist temples and beautiful old monasteries. The lake is a shallow and freshwater lake of Dhauladhar range. The glaciers melting from the Dhauladhar Range is the source of the water here. Like almost all the places in Himachal, this place is also famous for trekking in Dhauladhar Range. Kareri lake trek starts off at Mcleodganj. It moves forward from there and enters to Kareri village. The village is situated at an altitude of 1,800m above from the sea level. You will come across beautiful meadows, pine tree forest and other similar small villages. While moving forward to Kareri lake you have to cross through various wooden bridges, which make the trek thrilling. After crossing the bridges it comes down to Kareri lake. The shallow lake has high visibility and even the lake bed can be seen clearly through the naked eye. Its scenic beauty is beyond words. The variety of birds near the lake makes it one step closer to nature.  

 The trek descends from here and moves forward to Bagga and Rewa for exploration of nature and wildlife. The trek can’t be completed without visiting Guna Devi Temple located at 2,120m above sea level. The trek to Kareri lake is for all those who are adventure enthusiast and love to be around nature. This trek is recommended for the experienced trekkers as the route is highly dangerous. There’s a common saying ‘mountains have their own rules’ and it’s better to not mess with those rules. And if you want a hassle-free trek experience to this place, you can check Solitude Camps. They provide the best facilities in the place that it will help you through the trekking.