Top 5 Indian Lake Treks

Deoria Tal trek, Uttarakhand

It is situated 3km from Mastura and Sari, and at trek 2,438 meters above sea level. Rudraprayag is a well-known neighborhood. It is a 2 km trek from Sari village that is suitable for novices. There are many animals in this area. With a little luck, one might see deer and chital. A night visit to the lake can produce a starry sky with a sparkling lake in the moonlight. The Chaukhamba mountain range surrounding it provides a unique spectacle. This stunning image is contrasted against snow-covered Himalayan hills. The best time to experience one of the most peaceful nights is between March and June. The monsoon season can be dangerous due to road bottlenecks and terrain sliding. Winters can be extremely cold and harsh. You can also visit pangarchulla trek.

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Chandratal lake, Himachal Pradesh

It is located on the Samudra Tapu plateau, at an elevation of approximately 4300m. The Chandra Taal (meaning Lake of the Moon) was named after its crescent-shaped shape. It was declared a site of global significance in 2005. It is a challenging journey, as the lake is one of only two Ramsar sites in India. It is possible to have a similar experience to Ladakh’s, but it may be more cost-efficient to visit the Spiti region in Himachal Pradesh. 

The challenge is much less than a trek to Ladakh. Crossing a river is the only time they have to walk hard. However, it is possible. Consider how many different colors water could have. This lake will end your search. The beauty of the lake will make you feel right at home with mother nature. It reflects every color of its aquatic life. There are many colors to choose from: emerald green at dawn, turquoise at dawn, orange and pinkish hues, as well as violet and blue tones. Van Gogh’s vivid canvas seems to be in the air. The middle of June to the end of October is the best time to enjoy a wonderful experience.


Kashmir Great Lake, Kashmir

The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is a trek that reaches a maximum elevation of 13000 feet. It is located above Sonamarg which is directly in front of the Zozila Pass, on the Srinagar–Leh highway. It takes eight days to travel from Sonamarg to Nichnai and Vishansar lake. The next camps are Gadsar and Satsar once you reach there. 

The distant valleys and meadows are filled with Pine and Maple trees. Multiple brooks regularly flow down to Nichanai and the tree canopy welcomes the light of the calm. We can see the Tal’s depths as we approach Gadsar. The freshwater from these lakes is good for the soul and body. Physical fitness and stamina are essential. This trek is moderately strenuous. It’s best to travel between June and September when spring is at its peak.


Tarsar Marsar lake, Kashmir

This walk is often compared with Kashmir Great Lake. The walk includes three lakes: Tarsar, Marsar, and Sundarsar. The third lake, however, is often obscured by clouds so one can only camp close to the first two lakes. From the Aru base camp, the hike to an alpine lake begins. This is also where the journey to Lidderwat starts. The Kolahoi glacier is where one can see the beautiful Chinar tree forest as well as the Lidder river. Continue onwards towards Tarsar, where you will reach She was. The vast meadows, shifting panoramas and the quiet of nature bring out the senses. The night sky can be seen through a telescope into the Milky Way galaxy. This allows one to see the beauty of the natural world. Tourists can visit Tarsar Marsar from mid-June to September.


Uttarakhand, Brahmatal Lake Trek

The Brahmatal lake trek is at 12,200 feet and offers an all-inclusive package for nature lovers. The hike’s first section will introduce you to the old, beautiful oaks and rhododendrons. This beautiful forest cover acts as a beautiful floral ceiling in spring. You are surrounded by huge ice-capped mountains, like Mt. Trishul, and Mt. Nanda Ghunti. You will be surrounded by more Himalayan mountains, including Mt. Chaukhamba, Mt. Neelkanth, and Mt. The walk becomes more exciting when Hathi Ghoda is included. This is one of the most beautiful treks in North India. There are two lakes, a forest and a meadow for you to enjoy. This route is suitable for both novice and experienced hikers. The best months to view Brahmatal’s beauty are December, January, and February.