Best Time To Visit Kareri Lake

Which is the best time to visit Kareri Lake? If you are planning to visit Kareri Lake, then the best time to visit here is from May to July and then from September to November. If you want detailed information about the weather of Kareri Lake, then read the complete article given below -

Kareri Lake in Summer

Summer weather is very favorable. Due to which this season is considered to be the best for Kareri Lake trek. The summer season starts from the month of May in this region, and lasts till the middleof July. During May all the snow disappears from the trekking trails, giving a clear view of the landscape. These days you can enjoy the disappearance of lush green plains.

During the trek, you pass through many trials, in which alpine forests with a mix of rhododendron, deodar, spruce and oak trees fascinate you, in such a way you feel yourself lost in nature. It doesn't work out of a dream. The temperature of the lake usually ranges between 10 and 26 °C during the summer season. However, it can fall further during the night time. There is very little chance of rain in this season, due to which your trekking journey will be very spectacular.

Kareri Lake in Monsoon

The Kareri Lake trek can also be done during the monsoon season. But you must be prepared to face the rain you are going to get during trekking for trekking during monsoons. The peak rainy season in the region usually starts in mid-July and lasts till mid-September. Even in the rainy season, you can experience sub-zero temperatures during the night. Because the temperature remains between 9 to 18 degree Celsius. Due to the rains, more vegetation grows on the sides of the trails. But you cannot camp in the rainy season. Because the stream of water from the hill comes fiercely towards the plain. For accommodation you can stay inside Snow Monk Camp in Kareri Village.

Kareri Lake in Autumn

If you like trekking in the autumn season, then you can go trekking to Kareri Lake in September, and between October and November. These days all the views around the lake become captivating. Due to which the landscape looks more attractive. In autumn the sky is clear, there is very little chance of rain. Pleasant weather makes the experience of a selective adventure travel even better. The nights are extremely cold during September and October. Check Out Triund Trek and Sar Pass Trek

Kareri Lake in Winter

The winter season is rarely preferred to trekking Kareri Lake. But still it's a good time for snow lovers. During the day the temperature does not go above 10 °C, and during the night the temperature reaches -15 °C. The winter season is quite cold, due to which the Kareri Lake remains completely frozen.

There is always a thick layer of snow on the trail. Due to which it is very difficult to decide the route of the last few kilometers. Those who do not have experience of trekking during winters, they should avoid Kareri Lake trekking during winters. But if you have an experienced guide with you, you can easily trek even in this season. And capture the snow-capped lake and the spectacular scenery in your camera.

From where do the Kareri Lake treks start and how many routes are there?

There are 2 routes to attempt the Kareri Lake trek. One route is up the Nyund River from the Kareri village side and the other route is up the Khauli river from Salli village side. The Kareri village route is an old existing route which starts from Naddi descending down to Ghera village and via the Kareri village to Kareri Lake. The route up Khauli river which starts from Salli village, is an easier and more scenic and an open valley trek route. A new road has come up now which connects both Salli, Nolli and Kareri villages hence there is no need to start the trek from Naddi anymore. One should start the trek from either Snow Monk Camp at Salli village or from the Nolli village. An advantage of the Khauli Valley is that there are other trek routes also which one can attempt like Druni Tal, Baleni Pass, Lam Dal Lakes and to the Boh valley hence giving an advantage to start treks from Salli village in Khauli valley.