Prashar Lake Trek – A Perfect Family Trek In Himachal
Enclosed by the Dhauladhar extends in Kullu Valley is a blue-water lake called Prashar. Prashar Lake is a well-kept mystery in the Mandi region of Himachal Pradesh. The trek finishes a manipulate trail a woods and a few rivers. In the provisional, one can appreciate the nearby culture as the trail experiences towns too. The trek offers a 180-degree perspective of the Dhauladhar, Pir Panjal, and Kinnaur mountain ranges.
For those keen on design, the neighborhood sanctuary of Prashar Rishi alongside the lake, with its riveting Himachali engineering, mixes superbly with the scene.
Perfect Itinerary for Prashar Lake Trek-
Day 1: Baggi to Prashar Lake -:
Height: 6,050 ft (1,844 m) to 8,900 ft (2,713 m)
Time took: 1-hour drive + trek for 5 hours, 7.05 km
Trek angle: Direct. Soak climb for 500 meters taken after by a slow rising for around 4 km. Another precarious climb for 3oo meters taken after by a simple walk.
Water sources: Convey two liters of water.
Baggi is around 2 hours from Mandi. Achieve Mandi by 7.00 am and make a beeline for Baggi. Eat here and start trekking.
The trail starts with a precarious rising for around 500 meters through open land. You will see the valley to your right side.
After this, you enter a wilderness, which principally comprises of return. The trail facilitates somewhat here to wind up a slow climb. In 400 meters, you achieve a clearing from where you get the full perspective of the Dhauadhar to go. Enjoy a stay here. It’s a decent spot to click a few photos.
On you cross the clearing, the trail enters an oak backwoods. It keeps on rising bit by bit. In the wake of strolling into the wilderness for 1 km, you achieve another clearing. This is additionally a decent spot to take a break.
From this clearing, the trail gets on to the motorable street. Stroll on this for the following 700 meters. You will then achieve a place named Til. There is a lot of shops here. You can get to know about different things related to their cultural things & activities.
From Til, look for the raw(kaccha) street. Climb on this for around 600 meters till you achieve another little glade. Break here for lunch. The perspectives are incredible from here.
When you begin trekking from the glade, you will go over apple plantations. Ensure you don’t cull any apples. After 700 meters, you will cross the motorable street once more. From here, the trail rises steeply for 300 meters. This segment is somewhat strenuous. You achieve a clearing directly after this.
The perspectives from here are extraordinary. The mountain that you see from left to right are Triund, Dhauladhar Matterhorn, Kap Chuli, Man Slope, Hanuman Tibba, Sikar Beh, Mukar Beh, Manali crest, Companionship top, Mukila, Ali Ratni Tibba, and a few little ones surround a delightful valley. Rest here for some time.
In 300 meters, you enter another woods. The trail here is level, trailed by a short rising. Toward the finish of this segment, you will see an excellent lake covered. Be that as it may, this is isn’t Prashar Lake. Go down to the lake and investigate around. You will likewise discover two shepherds’ cabins here.
From the lake, take after the motorable street for 1.7 km. You’ll see a couple of houses before achieving Prashar. Take a turn once you cross these. A low ground is unmistakable from here. When you achieve the edge of this low ground, an excellent lake comes into see – this is Prashar.
Prashar lake is ensured by a fence so you can’t enter it. There is around a coasting island inside the lake. On the off chance that you are fortunate, you can see the island move while you are there.
There is a lovely sanctuary committed to the sage Prashar alongside the lake. Its engineering is novel and alluring.
Lazy walk to the closest ‘best’ from the lake to see the dusk and return at a young hour the following morning for the dawn. You get the opportunity to see entire mountains from here including Papsura and Dharmsura. Rest for the night at the quarters.
Day 2: Prashar Lake to Baggi -:
Height: 8,900 ft (2,713 m) to 6,050 ft (1,844 m)
Times took: 3.5 hours, 7.7 km
Trek angle: Simple. For the most part plunging trail with few, short climbs.
Water sources: Convey two liters of water. You can refill your water bottles from the little pump that you achieve 2.2 km in the wake of beginning the trek.
You will come back to Baggi today however through an alternate trail/route.
Stroll on the motorable lake from Prashar lake for 1.5 km. From here, leave the motorable street and turn towards the right. This is a tight way through meadows. After 700 meters in this way, you will see a little water pump house. This is a completely calm, delightful place encompassed by backwoods. The main sound heard is that of water. You can refill your water bottles from here.
The trail enters thick woodland from here. There’s another redirection after 500 meters, where you have to take the trail on the right. The trail dives progressively after the pump house. After 1.2 km, you will achieve a climb. When you cross this, a house wonderful house set in a getting shows up out of the blue on your right side. Before the house is an apple plantation, which is loaded up with apples in May and June.
Behind the house is an excellent valley. You can see the Dhauladhar range, Mukila and Hanuman Tibba crests from here.
In around 200 meters from the house, you will cross the motorable street again and enter a timberland. This is loaded up with pine, oak and rhododendron blossom trees. After 1 km, the woods weakens. To your left side will be a little repository. Inside 100 meters you will achieve a little town named Halgarh. This town has just a couple of houses. You get an unmistakable perspective of Baggi and the valley from here.
Start dropping again starting here. In a brief time, you achieve the piece of the course gone up against Day 1. Take after this to achieve Baggi, which is 2 km from Halgarh.
Eat at Baggi and withdraw for Mandi.
A 12 km trek to Tunga Mata sanctuary over the Prashar Lake is a reasonable trip one can make while outdoors at Prashar Lake. The trail is a lofty hop on the mountain edge behind the lake. The perspective of the lake from here is shocking.