Prashar Lake trek

starts from the village Baggi and goes through the dense forests of oak and pine. The initial route is steep and muddy but gradually turns into a marked route. The route remains easy with a gradual ascend. In summers, the route is marked with lush green trees and plants. The landscape boasts Dhauladhar, Pir Panjal, and Kinnaur mountain ranges with verdant sides. In winters, the same route and landscape turn into all white with an abundance of snow. is a sight to behold. Mountain tops shine with the sun over it and the trail is filled with knee-high snow.Prashar trekking interesting is the local villages on the way. You get to walk through the ancient villages and befriend the locals. After about 9 km, the route finally takes you to the top of a mountain and then opens up to a huge valley. The valley is marked with astonishing Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal mountain ranges. nestles in the middle of the mountain top surrounded by little mountains from all sides. So, when you stand on the cliff and look down you see a bird’s eye view of the entire lake and the ancient temple protecting it from the side. Though irrespective of the seasons, the lake remains melted, but in extremely cold situations it freezes.

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