Prashar Lake Trek
Prashar Lake Trek
Prashar Lake Trek
Prashar Lake Trek
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Prashar Lake Trek

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1N/2DMandi,Himachal Pradesh
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Highlights


  • Enjoy a great chit-chat session with your team around the bonfire while gazing up at the starry night sky.
  • A great advantage for beginners who want a wonderful weekend break in a short amount of time might consider the walk to Prashar Lake.
  • Experience a trek over some of the most picturesque paths that pass by several streams while being sheltered by pine trees.
  • Take advantage of Prashar Lake Mandi which provides breathtaking 180-degree views of the Pir Panjal, Dhauladhar, and Kinnaur mountain ranges from its highest point.

Overview


Quick Info:

  • Trek to Prashar Lake: 18 kilometers
  • Temperature range for Prashar Lake: 15 to 2 degrees
  • Prashar Lake: 8,956 feet tall.
  • Prashar Lake Trekking Level: Simple
  • Prashar Lake trek best time: Whole year, Prashar Lake winter is most recommended
  • Activities: Trekking & Camping
  • Start Point/End Point: Bagi Village


How to reach:

By Air: Bhuntar, which is around 50 kilometres from Manali, is home to the closest airport. Bhuntar has domestic flights that go to Delhi and Chandigarh. You may take a cab to Manali from the airport.

By Train: Joginder Nagar, 55 kilometres from Mandi, is the nearest railroad station. Mandi may be reached in around an hour and a half. To go to Mandi, taxis are conveniently available from Joginder Nagar.

By Road: From Delhi, Palampur, and Dharamshala, you may travel to Mandi on buses operated by HPTDC or by private companies. Additionally, private buses link Delhi and Chandigarh with Mandi.


Inclusion:

  • In-camp lodging (double/triple sharing)
  • Snacks, supper, and breakfast on the first day.
  • Going on a trek with trained guides. 


Exclusion:

  • Necessities for oneself.
  • Gear: hiking poles, gumboots, etc.
  • Personal and travel insurance is insurance.
  • Mineral water bottles and other bottled and canned beverages
  • Snacks: protein or nutrition bars, dried fruits, chocolate.
  • Entertainment – Drone or camera expenses.
  • The costs of transportation on days 1 and 6 are to be covered and divided among the hikers.
  • You won't be able to receive a refund, reschedule, or replace any services that you do not use if your journey is left unfinished or not started after you reach the beginning location due to "force majeure" or your own decision.
  • The trekkers are responsible for covering any additional expenses brought on by modifications to government regulations relating to travel, trekking, or COVID-19.
  • Personal baggage loading and unloading.
  • Everything is not specifically specified in the included.
  • Any expenses for an emergency evacuation. 


About Prashar Lake:

  • The Prashar Rishi temple, famed for its Himachali architecture, is noteworthy for being located directly next to the lake. Beginners who want a wonderful weekend break in a short amount of time might consider the walk to Prashar Lake.
  • From its highest point, Prashar Lake Mandi offers stunning 180-degree views of the Pir Panjal, Dhauladhar, and Kinnaur mountain ranges. Spend the night at Prashar Lake nearby to add some extra beautiful touches to your camping adventure.


About the Prashar Lake Trek:

  • The Prashar Lake trip begins at Bagi Village, which is close to Mandi.
  • Prashar Lake is a must-visit location for people seeking serenity in the midst of nature since it is magnificently tucked away in Kullu Valley in the middle of the powerful Dhauladhar Ranges.
  • Take in the beauty and serenity of the Himalayas as you go through deep oak woods and a variety of waterfalls.
  • Being situated near to the lake makes the Prashar Rishi temple, renowned for its Himachali architecture, remarkable.
  • The depth of the lake, which features a floating island of its own, is still a mystery.
  • Spend the night at a campground nearby to add some extra touches to your camping adventure at Prashar Lake.


Included

  • In-camp lodging (double/triple sharing)
  • Snacks, supper, and breakfast on the first day.
  • Going on a trek with trained guides.  

Not Included

  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any Transportation Expenses

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Know Before You Go for Prashar Lake Trek

  • The climatic conditions at high elevations differ from those on the lowlands; it takes some time to acclimate to high altitudes.
  • The command retains the right to alter the trek in the event of any emergency or natural disaster.
  • Pay attention to the hike publications and lecturers to ensure a safe and enjoyable walk.
  • Do not encourage nighttime hiking unless it is part of the programme and you have a manual with you; this may result in unexpected disasters.
  • Avoid using plastic luggage to help preserve the destinations' ecological stability.
  • It is necessary to follow the guidelines established by the state government. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitisers and masks should be used often.
  • Professional guide(s) are available to ensure high security, greater records, and personal interest, all of which are required to comprehend a journey.
  • Any non-public expenses, private objects, food no longer listed, and so on will no longer be included in the package.
  • Bring dry snacks/meals from home with you (you may keep several money). Carry water bottles so you may refill them.
  • Keep your luggage to a bare minimum; the more you pack, the more trouble you'll have.
  • Please bring valid photo identification.
  • Following the booking, the exact location of the trek's start line may be revealed.
  • For the Prashar Lake Trek, it is recommended that you bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear.
  • The Prashar Lake Trek passes through a green zone; polluting the neighbourhood websites or campsites is not encouraged. Travellers polluting can be penalised.
  • Before embarking on the journey, see a physician. Throughout the Parashar Lake hike, carry primary pharmaceutical medications and a first-aid kit.
  • During the Parashar Lake hike, avoid consuming alcohol or any other intoxicant.

How To Reach

Mandi,Himachal Pradesh

By Air:The nearest airport to Mandi is the Kullu–Manali Airport(KUU), situated at 60 KM from Mandi. From the airport, buses or auto rickshaws are easily available for Mandi.

By Road:Manali, Palampur, and Dharamshala provide regular bus services to Mandi. It is an easily accessible location from cities like- Shimla, Chandigarh, Delhi, Pathankot, etc.

By Train:You can deboard at Pathankot Cantt Railway Station(PTKC). Then head for Joginder Nagar Railway Station(JDNX) which is at 55 KM from Mandi and you can cover this distance via road, booking a cab.

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