One of the Himalayas’ secret treasures is Serolsar Lake. A perfectionist’s eye will delight in this lake. It is clean, circular, and lacks any dry leaves on the surface. It also reflects the surrounding towering trees and rocks. If you are on the lookout for beautiful undiscovered treks then you should pack your bags and head to this Serolsar lake trek in Himachal Pradesh for stunning views. Read this article to know more about it.
About Serolsar Lake
Located in the Seraj Valley of the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, India, Seruvalsar Lake is a high-altitude lake. The lake is surrounded by a dense forest and is located approximately 3,100 meters above sea level. It is believed by the locals that the mother of all nag deities possesses the lake’s water for medicinal properties.
How To Reach The Tirthan valley?
- If you are using public transportation: You can take a train from your location to Ambala or Kiratpur and then a taxi or bus from there to reach the valley.
- You can take a bus to Aut which is around 25 Kms from Tirthan valley. Taxies are available from Aut or you can take any local bus for Banjar, it goes via Tirthan valley.
Jalori Pass To Serolsar Lake
Jalori pass is 25 kilometers from Banjar. Along the path, there are enormous snow mountains in addition to beautiful natural scenery. The road is very steep and the killer turns of mountains can be difficult for a new driver. Jalori Pass is the closest mountain pass to Delhi and Chandigarh.
Best Kept Secret Of Himachal Pradesh
The distance from Jalori Pass to Serolsar Lake is roughly 5 kilometers. The trek begins at a temple at Jalori Pass, and it is filled with both beautiful natural scenery and dangerous wildlife throughout. It is advised to take this trek before sunset as it is believed that there are leopards in the jungle.
Serolsar Lake is a magical place hidden away from the world. Take this adventurous trek with your pals for an enchanting experience to Himachal’s best-kept secret.