Kanasar Lake

Kanasar Lake

Price Rs.10,700/-

Kanasar Lake appeared to be shaped like an eye and certainly synonymours with name.Virtually the entire lake had a thin sheet of ice on its surface round the year. Towards the middle of the lake we there are two islands and soon learned that these islands were responsible for the name Kanasar. Apparently early visitors to the lake thought the islands resembled a mark on the eye of a blind person or kana hence, the name Kanasar. Based on information, the lake is very deep and is visited annually by villagers primarily from Himachal, who immerse a deity in the lake using a rope. It took us a full hour to walk the length of the lake and by the time we were done it was late afternoon and clouds had descended around the lake creating a heavenly sight.Walking through the Rhododendron bushes, Birch and Pine forest is breathtaking. Another twin lake worth visiting enroute is Baraadsar.View of , Ranglana (5554mt) Swargarohini 6,252 mt Massif, Kalanag, kedarkanta, from here is worthwhile. The reflections of surrounding mountains mirrored in the sheer enxpanse of lake is really a feast to eyes.

Best season to do Kanasar lake – 15 may  to 25 June & 15 September to Last December

The trek starts from middle of April , May. It is not possible to do kanasar lake Baraadsar lake in the first weeks of may  as the snow is too high. First time trekkers to high altitude trekking must target June rather than May to do kanasar lake . The best season in summer to do kanasar lake is in June. Monsoon hits the kanasar lake slope after first week of September .

It is not possible to do the kanasar lake trek in July, August and early September when the monsoon is vigorous and active. The views are closed. Like ,rupin ghati, dhadara kuwar Swargarohini, Khimloga , Black Peak Incessant rain makes the trail slippery and unstable

High Altitude Snow Peak and 03 beautiful lake In this trek

It is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Western Himalayas. A delight for trekkers, in summer best time do this trek , this valley is accessible through Govind National Park – Govind Pashu vihar -known for its rich variety of flora and fauna. The trail through alpine meadows, moraine ridges, glacier basins, pine forests and ancient villages, gives you spectacular valley views and a chance to experience the wonderful slow-paced local lifestyle.

This is the only valley from where one can see Swargarohini – I, II, III, (6300mt) Bandarpoonch and Blackpeak (6387mt) , all together. One can also see the Ruinsara Lake (3400 mt) and beautiful peak peaks from here

Day 1: Pick up to you from Dehradun Railway Station to Dhaula   (Drive (207km) (7/8 Hrs) (5,100 fit) breakfast and lunch on the way

1. Camptifall – (Breakfast) Around – 8:30am

2. Purola – (Lunch) Around – 1:30Pm

Hi the our Himari camp site first camp site altitude (5,100 fit) is the base for the Baraadsar lake trek. The drive to Himari Camp (From where the Baraadsar lake  trek starts) is one of the most picturesque drives in the Himalayas through Dehradun , Mussoorie, Nainbag , Damta , Nawgano, Purola, Mori, Netwar,Chek post , Himari camp along the Tons River .

The Rupin & Supin , Baraadsar valley trek campsite is great for birding and surrounded by beautiful.mountain and local villages

The drive to Himari camp is on beautiful mountain roads and steadily gain altitude as you reach Dhaula. Deep valleys and thick forest cover keep you company. There beautiful Rupin river You will have to reach Dehradun on your own, and from the Dehradun Railway Station transport will be organized to you himari camp at an additional cost. It is approximately a 8/9 hr drive. Thanks

Day 2:- After breakfast from Himari to Sarutal by Trek (7kmt)(5/6hrs) (2000mt.) over night stay in tents

Morning breakfast at camping side then the local to right of river Rupin (1500m.) to Pujali Village and to Bitari Village walk past well kept mountain village and small fields at reached Bitri (2,500m.) the last village temple with its exquisite architecture dominated the landscape we camped a kilometer further in a large meadow which doubles up as a children playground.Over Night Sarutal stay Camping at Tent -We walked past well-kept mountain villages and small fields. We requested a villager to give us chillies from her fields; without a moment’s hesitation, the family plucked enough to last us the trek, refusing to accept any money in return. By late afternoon we reached Bitri (2,500m), the last village on the trail. The village temple with its exquisite architecture dominated the landscape. We camped a kilometre further in a large meadow which doubles up as a children’s playground

Day 3 :- After breakfast from Sarutal To Badang by trek (8, km) (5/6 hrs)( (2600mt.) over night stay in tents

Morning breakfast at the camp and then treak start the area into a bright green land and this day two camp was at Masundha Dhar (3,600m.) which is a high point on the ridge dividing the Rupin and Supin valley and views in all direction. To wards the north clearly in view was the Baraadsar Ridge across the Rupin we could see west peaks of Himachal. Early morning views from Masundha Dhar were special. Special to the Swargarohini (6,387mt.) this is a mountain massif with four separate peaks it is a dramatic mountain: over night to Badang Campig at tent!! Through day two, the trail moved through fairly dense forest sections as we gradually gained height. We could see the Rupin river on its meandering course, winding on the valley floor far below, flowing to the west as we continued to head north. We came across small meadows and streams, which were great spots to take a break by. The continuous rain had washed the area into a bright green landscape. This was the longest stage on our trek, and it was with great relief that, late into the evening with the setting sun as a backdrop, we saw our tents in the distance

Day 4: After breakfast from Badang to Masunda Dhar (Vijay Top) by trek (9 Km )(4/5hrs) (3600m) over night stay in tents

After breakfast start trek to start . Day four was one of the high lights of the trek we walked along grass slopes thought the day. up to Dhalka Dhar(36,00m.) .We were above the tree line and at the head of the Supin Valley we could see views of the large meadow Vishkhopdi khimloga Pass vish being poison and Khopdi meaning brian over night camping Masunda Dhar at tent!!

Our day two camp was at Masundha Dhar (3,600m), which is a high point on the ridge dividing the Rupin and Supin valleys. This was an exposed campsite with breathtaking views in all directions. Towards the north, clearly in view, was the Baraadsar Ridge; across the Rupin, we could see the west peaks of Himachal. Towards the east, we caught glimpses of a cluster of peaks across the Har-ki-dun valley of which Kalanag (6,387m) seemed the most prominent

Day : 5 After breakfast from Masunda Dhar to Ddalkadhar(Devbasa)by trek (5/7kmt) (4/5hrs) (3650mt)over night stay in tents

Morning breakfast start trek Dev Basa (3,650m.) As we moved closer to the Baraadsar Ridge we noticed there had been a liberal spray of snow the climb seemed daunting By early afternoon we reached the base of the Baraadsar Ridge from where the final climb to the lake starts We were at Camp Dave Bhasa(3,650m.)

Early morning views from Masundha Dhar were special. Towards the east, the first rays started to hit the peaks. The refracted beams did something special to the Swargarohini (6,247m) – turning the air around the summit a bright orange and imbuing it with a halo. This is a mountain massif with four separate peaks. It is a dramatic mountain: its north face drops 2,000m in less than 2km and its south face is only marginally less steep – making it a challenging climb. Thanks to our excellent location, we were able to see all the four peaks of At 3,500m, we were above the tree line and vegetation had thinned out considerably. The hard work on day two meant that we had achieved most of the height gain required, and we now moved on flat sections along the Rupin-Supin ridge. At the head of the Supin Valley we could see views of the large meadow, Vishkhopdi, ‘vish’ being poison and ‘khopdi’ meaning brain. According to legend, those who visit the meadow in summer become intoxicated from the scent of the flowers therethe mountain clearly

Day: 6 after breakfast from Dev Basa to Baraadsar Ridge by trek (07 km) (4/5hrs) (4,400mt.) over night stay in tents

Morning breakfast at Camp and Radi of pack Launch and Start treak of the Baraadsar Ridge walk meadows 6km. at the near Baraadsar lake we were looking into a massive there where high ridge in all direction and in the middle lower down in the Baraadsar lake in the back ground beyond the ridges view Neel Kamal, Fenkamal and Baramkamal famase Valley and mountain peaks; the minute they right sight of the lake our team of local porters started to pray and lit agarbatis in offering after return to meadow below Dav Bhasa.!!

Day four was one of the highlights of the trek. We walked along grassy slopes through the day, with the recurring feeling that we were in paradise. As we moved closer to the Baraadsar Ridge, we noticed there had been a liberal spray of snow: the next day’s climb seemed daunting. By early afternoon, we reached the base of the Baraadsar Ridge from where the final climb to the lake starts. We were at Camp Dev Bhasa (3,640m), which we nicknamed ‘the saddle’ due to its U-shaped appearance.

In the afternoon, we found ourselves in the middle of a massive hailstorm. By late evening it had abated and it seemed that peace would prevail on ‘the saddle’. We were quite wrong. Around 9pm, just as we had settled into our tents, looking forward for some much needed rest, gale winds started, threatening to blow our tents and us down into the valley below. Further reinforcements in the form of heavy stones were required to keep our tents and blood pressure down. Finally, towards the middle of the night, it all went quiet and we were able to get some sleep

Day 07 : After breakfast from Baradsar lake to Kukurkandi by trek (6km)(4/5hrs) ngith stay in tent

Day 08 : After breakfast from Kukurandi to Manjiban by trek (7km) night stay in tent

Day 09 : After breakfast from Manjiban to Kanasar lake by trek (03km) same to to Vishkupri by trek (8km) night stay in tents

Always an element of curiosity pounds up when visiting an area that is a remote and less known. Kanasar Lake (4600 Mt ), located between the Supin and Nalgan valleys in Western Garhwal is one such location. As the crow flies, it is 5 km from Baraadsar Lake,a known lake in the region. .Sheer expanse of the lake and its magical surrounding is amazing.Possible routes to the lake – the approach from the Supin valley, Crossing nalgan pass from sangla and from Jakhol. It is usually visited by shepards in search of green pastures.The hidden lake is inaccessible in winters due to steep paths.

Day 10 : After breakfast from Viskupri to Liwari Village by trek (14km) night stay in tent

Day 11 : After breakfast from Liwari village to Jakhol by trek (14km) same day to ankri night stay Hotel Swargarohini palace harkidun road sankri.

Day 12- After breakfast from Sankri to Dehradun by taxi (210kmt) .(210km)

Inclusions :-

1. Transport: Dehradun to Sankri and Return.
2. Meals while on trek (Veg. + Egg).
3. All necessary entry fees and permits.
4. Accommodation:- Guest house, Home stay, camping during Trek.
5. Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff.
6. First aid medical kits.
7. Trek equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (twin sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent, utensils and crampon (if required).
8. Porters/mules to carry central equipment.

Exclusions :-

1. Any kind of personal expenses.
2. Food during the transit.
3. Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
4. Insurance.
5. Any kind of emergency evacuation charges 6. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head.

Note : Normally GOT expect to carry your personal luggage on your own, if you wish to offload your backpack, you can give it to Mule.
Charges of offloading backpack:-
INR 1500/- if you make an online payment, 10 days in advance
INR 1800/- if you inform us after reaching Sankri
The backpack cannot weigh more than 11 kgs. Backpack should have waterproof cover. Suitcases/strolleys/ bags will not be allowed.

CANCELLATION POLICY

It is wise to make your booking at least two months in advance. In the event of cancellation of trek/adventure activity services due to any avoidable / unavoidable reasons we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, andcancellation charges would be as follows

Up to 30 Days: – 90% of Trek/adventure program cost will be refund. 

Between 21 – 30 Days: – 50% of Trek/Adventure/Tour/Travel/Hotel program cost will be refund.

Less than 20 – Days No refund – See more details – Game Of Trek

Duration – 9 Days (Rishikesh to Rishikesh)
Best Season – Round the year
Level –  Moderate, Easy

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE:

Winter temperatures – Bedni Bughyal– 3°C to – 5° C – And Base Camp Bedni Bughyal / -5°C to -10°C – winter December to Jan
Summer temperatures – Bedni Bughyal base +5° C to +15° C

You’ll Need to bring or rent

  • Backpack
  • Trekking Shoes
  • Suitable Clothing
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