Danesar lake (4150m) is located in the north of Lohardi village and is one of the highest sacred lakes in the hills of mighty Dhauladhar ranges.
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Danesar lake (4150m) is located in the north of Lohardi village and is one of the highest lakes in the Dhauladhar range. This round lake is spread over an area of 700m and is just below the rocky mountain massif. This lake falls between Chhota Bhangal and Barabhangal boundary.
Day 1: Arrival at Barot.
Barot is a beautiful place on the bank of river Uhl. Situated in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh at an elevation of 1835 meters. It is famous for its Trout Fish Farm and the number of trekking trails passes through this valley. Trout fishing is the most popular activity in Barot Valley and attracts a large number of anglers to this place. Overnight stay at Barot town.
Day 2: Barot to Gujjar gote via Lohardi, polang village.
Polang is about 10km from Barot town by road via Lohardi village. The trek starts from Polang village which is 3 km from Lohardi village located on the left bank of Lamadug River. A level trek from Polang village reaches Gujjar gote at a distance of 5 km. Wild flowers of different variety are spread over a huge area making this valley splendid, colourful and photogenic.
Day 3: Gujjar gote to Danesar lake (4150m) (5 to 6hr). Overnight stay at Lake.
A trek with steep ascend climbs criss-crossing number of ridges. After walking for about 4km the trek, traverses below the ridge towards the north along the stream coming out of the Danesar lake. Danesar lake is situated below the last mountain range as seen from below the valley. It is thrilling to behold such a beautiful lake at this altitude.
Day 4: Danesar lake to Teun village (2750m) 10km.
From Danesar lake, one can have the distant view of the terraced fields and villages towards the Lag valley. There is an easy descend of about 12km from Danesar lake to Teun village over Sari Pass (3760m).
Teun village is very primitive village of Rajput families and here one should not enter the village without their permission because the villagers do not accept the other people in the village. The trekkers always camp outside of the village.
Day 5: Teun village to kullu town.
Teun village to Gramag, Samalag and Salang the last bus head of the lag valley. The last day of the trek. This trek is well marked, and passes through many villages all along the sari nullah. After reaching at Salang there is a regular bus or Jeep service to Kullu town. Overnight stay in Kullu town.
Day 6: Departure from Kullu for further plans
- Transport cost for private departures
- All vegetarian meals beginning with breakfast
- Porter/mules for client baggage (one bag per client not weighing more than 15 kgs)
- Camping equipment
- Professional guide
Not Included :
- Any meals/services not mentioned above
- Any charges for video cameras, still cameras, etc.
Alcohol, soft drinks, beverages, etc.
- Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
- Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.