Pundrik Lake Trek a Lake dedicated to Rishi Pundrik
Pundrik Lake Trek is 400 m long at an altitude of 2100 m, here you will find lush long grass floating above water. Every year in the month of October it is visited to celebrate Sage Pundrik’s birth anniversary. Entering the water, drinking or non-vegetarian food is strictly prohibited here.
Pundrik Lake trek is a short weekend Trek in Himachal, great for family and friends to spend time together, rejuvenate themselves and break the monotony of life.
Pundrik Lake Trek a Rich Forest Trek in Himachal Pradesh
Pundrik Lake Trek’s region is wide expanse of green serenity spread all over. Pass through dense forests and witness wealthy vegetation – Rhododendrons, Deodar, Spruce and Fir trees are found in abundance here.
Enjoy crossing River Sainj many times over dams and ahead the valley opens up with extremely beautiful views of the lofty peaks of the Raktisar glacier and picturesque Sainj valley.
Highlights of Pundrik Lake Trek
A short weekend trek in Himachal
Wealthy Flora and Fauna of the region makes the surrounding exceptionally beautiful.
Jehar Devta’s temple ahead Sarahan village.
Passing through picturesque villages.
The temple made of Deodar wood, dedicated to Sage Pundrik.
Key Points of Pundrik Lake Trek
Level: Easy to Moderate
Proper conditioning & training of body required
Need proper gear & clothing for sub-zero temperature
Shoes are the single most important equipment.
High Altitude requires proper acclimatization.
Beautiful landscapes so carry good photo gear & Extra battery backup.
The backpack should not exceed 10kgs.
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Duration – 2 days (Aut to Aut)
Best Season – Throughout the year
Level – Easy to Moderate
Highest point – 2100 m
Weather – Nights are cold and day temperature is pleasant during the season.
Temperature – Day (12°C to 18°C) Night (0°C to 7°C)
Starting point – Aut
Short Itinerary of Pundrik Lake Trek
Day 1 – Aut to Shangarh (2050 m) (25 km) (2 hours) and trek to Tindadhar (1950 m) (6 km) (4/5 hours)
Day 2 – Tindadhar (1950 m) to Pundrik Lake (2100 m), back to Ropa and drive to Aut
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