The lake is located at an elevation of 1920m, offering tranquillity and a break from the hustle-bustle of the city. It is equally rejuvenating to take a walk around the lake or just sit down and read a book. You may be able to see the Mount Kailash if you’re lucky enough.
To enjoy the stunning backdrop of the Pir Panjar mountains, thick forest cover, and the small, eye-pleasing rivulets that join the Ravi river north of the sanctuary, March to October is the best time to visit.
As they reach the summit, the serpentine path is laden with dense Deodar trees along both sides. Small spouts and rocky terrain as well as the mesmerizing valley of flowers bear witness to their amazement.
The villages are charming because they offer a variety of delicious local food, as well as a plateful of breathtaking views. These villages have a cold climate all year round, but the best time to visit them is between May and December.
It is better to follow a pre-arranged plan provided by the hotel or tour operator. Consider bringing a professional or guide with you. The Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary is also a great place to go trekking.
A function is also held at the temple in June-July. The statue, which is covered with snow in winter, looks even more impressive.
It has a common root and a 15-part base. Because everything is calm and the grounds are ideal for picnics, the trees provide great views of the surrounding mountains.