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Awesome place

I was there in January 2018 and lake was frozen and nearby area and trekking path was full of snow... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
aman_vivek
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
A medium track.. nice to walk around

We actually walked all the way from Shojha to lake and back 21.7 Kms... Very nice and interesting... read more

Reviewed June 30, 2018
Dhirendra S
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New Delhi, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was there in January 2018 and lake was frozen and nearby area and trekking path was full of snow. This was really great place to enjoy the trekking and view.

Thank aman_vivek
Reviewed September 8, 2018

it is a good 5 to 5.5 km walk from Jalori pass. The trail is well marked and pretty clear. There are a few rocky parts which could get very slippery when wet. The lake is like any other high altitude mountain lakes. It is...More

Thank AnuragNidhi
Reviewed August 7, 2018

Start at the top of the jalori pass, you proceed on a well-laid path through Pine and Deodar forests sighting drongos, himalayan woodpeckers and other forest birds to reach the lake in about 2.5-3 hours. There are a bunch of tea houses on the way...More

Thank Pranav N
Reviewed June 30, 2018

We actually walked all the way from Shojha to lake and back 21.7 Kms... Very nice and interesting. The lake and Temple are nice and the Maggi tastes better after you reach the mid point...

Thank Dhirendra S
Reviewed June 6, 2018

the trek starts from jalori top and it takes maximum 90 min to reach but if you have good fitness then you can also cover it in 60 minutes. there is no shop on the way, so be prepared in advance for food as well...More

Thank Mehayankur
Reviewed May 18, 2018 via mobile

While staying at beautiful Tirthan Valley, we decided to trek. We hired a car. A car takes you to jalori pass and from there trek starts. It's not a difficult trek. There is a temple near lake. Maggi, rajma, rice, tea, coffee is available there....More

Thank Chitra K
Reviewed May 11, 2018 via mobile

The 5km trek to the lake goes under tall trees with birds chirping atop and scenic views of the slopes beside. The lake is serene though with no control on washing activities in it by locals, the water is not as clean as that of...More

Thank RGoel123
Reviewed January 2, 2018 via mobile

After the trek through Jalori Pass, the first look of the lake was simply mind blowing. The lake, which is surrounded by hills, was half frozen with one side covered in snow. The other half, which received sunshine, hosted a small temple. The setting was...More

Thank RituM220
Reviewed November 5, 2017

Walk 5km (easy path) one way from Jalori pass to reach this beautiful small lake with a temple on the left side dedicated to budi naagin (old snake). The whole path to this place is scenic and almost plain (except 1km downhill path). There are...More

1  Thank HOMPRS
Reviewed October 25, 2017 via mobile

This lake is situated at approximately 11500ft 5-6kms from jalori pass.. It is exciting trek of 2hrs one way thru jungle. The lake absolutely clean and does not even have algal growth. Budi Nagin mandir is on the bank of this lake. While approaching lake...More

Thank AakashYash
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