Kareri lake is best known for being a trekking destination in the Dhauladhars. The lake remains frozen from early December to March-April. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shakti on a hilltop overlooking the lake.. A few gaddi kothis are present on the other side of the lake, an area which is used by the gaddis as a grazing ground for their animals. Kareri Lake serves as a base for trekking further into the Dhauladhar and onward to Chamba and Bharmour.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Mcleodganj To Kareri Village (1800m) 13 Km
The trek goes through the pine forests and crosses several tribal villages on the way. Kareri is a tribal village. Over night stay in tents.
Day 2: Kareri To Kareri Lake (3300 M) 13 Km
Trail goes through mixed forests of oak.
Day 3: Kareri Lake To Bagga (3250 M.) 10 Km
After a short ascent from the lake is a steep descent through the forest to Bagga.
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Day 6: Guna Devi To Triund (2875 M) 12 Km
After 2 km level walk there is a steep ascent to Triund - a foat meadow on the top of a ridge. from Triund panoramic view of the peaks of Dhauladhar on one side and the Kangra valley on the other is a awe-inspiring. Night stay in tents.