4 Days
Duration

Kareri Lake is situated northwest of McLeodganj and is at the foot of the Minkiani Pass. Apart from the lake’s natural beauty, the trek itself goes through beautiful forests, rural villages, and finishes at a remote temple on the banks of Kareri Lake. The Trek of the Kareri Lake ascends the relatively remote trails through magnificent forests and secluded Hindu villages not yet connected to the road. Kareri Lake is also an ideal base from which to explore the upper ridges of the Dhaula Dhar to savour the views across the Kangra valley as well as glimpse the high peaks that extend beyond the Pir Panjal to the Himalayan Range.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Mcleodganj
Altitude 3250 Mts.
INCLUDED
Camping equipment Professional guide
All vegetarian meals Porters and Ponies for Luggage
Cook and Kitchen Helper
NOT INCLUDED
Insurance Alcohol, soft drinks etc.
Personal expenses Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.

 

Additional information

DatesMarch – May & October – December
DifficultyChallenging
1

Day 1: Departure

Mcleod ganj – Kareri village (1870m)/13km 

The trek is goes through the pine forests and crosses several tribal villages on the way. Kareri is a Gaddi tribal village.  Night stay in one of the village houses or in tents.

2

Day 2

Kareri village to Kareri Lake (3250m)/14 km
Trail goes through mixed forests of oak, rhododendron and pine. First 2 Km is a level walk and then there is sleep ascent along Kareri Nullah Stream which has to be crossed over a number of times over improvised wooden bridges. Night stay in tents at bank of Kareri Lake.
3

Day 3

Kareri Lake to Guna Temple (2400 m)/14 km
After a short from the lake, is a steep descent through the forest to guna temple.
Night stay at temple.
4

Day 4: Return

Guna Temple –  Back to Mcleod Ganj 

Trek Ends.