The Dhauladhur’s, soaring dramatically above the Indian Plains, are breath taking. These majestic mountains are home to deep spiritual traditions and ancient traditional livelihoods.
We’ll trek from Kareri village to Kareri Lake, a high altitude grazing ground hidden in the Dhauladhur mountains. Along the way we’ll trek through Gaddi villages, the nomadic herders that have depended on these mountain slopes for centuries. We’ll stop for the herds of sheep and goats as they move up and down the mountains and explore the lovely villages hidden between the cliffs.
||8 O’clock in the morning
Day 1 Kareri Village to Kareri Lake
We’ll depart early morning from Kareri Village and stop for lunch at Lioti at 2915 metres, The trail passes through forests of oak, rhododendron, and pines. Trek from Lioti to Kareri Lake at 3200 metres. Kareri Lake is a common grazing spot for Gaddi shepherds as they head to the passes overhead. Overnight Camp near Kareri lake.
Overnight Camping nearby the Lake
Day 2 Kareri Lake
Rise in time for the sunrise, it’s worth it. Today we’ll trek for approximately 4 hours in the steep descent from Kareri Lake to back to Kerari Village. Tour ends