This is a little oval lake with apparent emerald green water. It is at an elevation of 5230mts., close Kankul Pass (5230mts.), and is very nearly a kilometer long. Heap blooms improve its banks amid the season, a most stunning bounty of hues make the trekker overlook the hardships and the depletion of the trek.
Set in the lap of Hathi Parvat (6730mts.), the lake can be drawn nearer either from Bhiundhar town, close Ghangaria or from Vishnu Prayag. The trek from the previous is a little less demanding in slope, yet is longer. The trek from Bhiundhar goes through thick bear-swarmed, backwoods and extends of stinging weeds. The main havens here are the shepherd cottages. This trek additionally includes strolling long separations crosswise over chilly moraines and over tricky rocks.
Two colossal rocks on a pole of Hathi Parvat are portrayed as a crow (Kaga) and an Eagle (Garuda). Local people trust that the crow is animatedly talking with Garuda on the undertakings of the universe. Another presentation has it that a scholarly Brahmin of Ayodhya once acquired the fierceness of the sage Lomas who lived here and was changed into the type of crow by the sage.
This high height lake has as of late gotten to be well known among trekkers. It lies in the Badrinath locale of the Garhwal Himalayas. Despite the fact that the valley of blossoms otherwise called the Bhyundar valley is the most common every now and again going to trek in this part of the Himalayas this lake is a branch to this trek and can be consolidated with the valley of blooms too. The way to the lake is at first through a green valley yet later subsequent to climbing the edge it is rock scattered and somewhat hard to cover great separations in a day. However, the peaceful way of the lake and the hallowedness connected with it makes it an absolute necessity accomplishes for trekkers. Because of its remoteness, there is a high credibility of going over uncontrollable life particularly bears. This trek offers excellent perspectives of the tops in this region.
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