Trek To Lake Bhardwaj Located in Asola Wildlife Sanctuary in Delhi NCR | Curly Tales

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Ever wondered about taking a trek within the periphery of the city you live in? Here’s giving you a chance to trek in Delhi NCR to Lake Bhardwaj.

What Is It?

A man-made lake which is located inside a sanctuary within Delhi NCR is an ideal location for a family trek amidst beautiful greenery located in the heart of the Aravali mountain range. After a busy wrapped up schedule and mundane hours at work, Delhiites can wander out and about at this location away from the urban landscape.

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What’s In It?

The trek to Bhardwaj lake starts from Aravali International School on Delhi-Faridabad border and takes you towards Asola Wildlife Sanctuary via Lake Bhardwaj and return.

You’ll get to experience trekking in a semi-arid forest through some rocky paths and witness beautiful scenery of the lake. Trek through the least trodden paths and unexplored areas on this unique nature trail which makes for an interesting day-hike.

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The total distance of lake Bhardwaj is approximately 8 km and it takes about 3-4 hours to cover this distance.


Address: Asola Wild Life Sanctuary, Asola, New Delhi
Duration of the trek: 4 hours


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