October 5, 2015
TREK TO SEVEN LAKES & LAM DAL (4200Mtr)
Written By Admin
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DESTINATION
- Lots of Adventure Activities Like
- Himalayan Trekking
- Trekking along with River
- Meadows, Forest, waterfalls, gurgling streams
- Himalayan Flora & Fauna
- Snow Clad mountains
- Wall Climbing Sport
- River Crossing
- Camp Fires
- Tent pitching
- Lots of fun team building game
District of Kangra – Kangra district lies between 31˚ 21′ to 32˚ 59′ N latitude and 75˚ 47′ 55″ to 77˚ 45′ E longitude. It is situated on the southern escarpment of the Himalayas. The entire area of the district is traversed by the varying altitude of the Shivaliks, Dhauladhar and the Himalayas from north-west to south-east. The altitude varies from 500 metres above mean sea level (amsl) to around 5500 metres. It is encapsulated in the north by the districts of Chamba and Lahaul and Spiti, in the south by Hamirpur and Una, in the east by Mandi and in the west by Gurdaspur district of Punjab. It was the largest district of the composite Punjab in terms of area till it was transferred from Punjab to Himachal Pradesh on the 1st November, 1966 and had six tehsils namely Nurpur, Kangra, Palampur, Dehragopipur, Hamirpur and Una. Kullu was also a tehsil of Kangra district up to 1962 and Lahaul & Spiti which also formed a part of Kangra was carved out as a separate district in 1960.
SNOW MONK CAMP SET UP– The camp is situated at the top end of the Salli village on the road leading to Kareri village. The road will soon be connecting to Ghera and Naddi villages of Dharamshala in the near future. The view from the camp is panoramic. It offers sweeping view of the Khauli valley and the river with snow clad mountains to the north, spell binding sights of sunset towards the Khanol village to the west and spectacular sight of the huge reservoirs of Pong & Ranjit Sagar to the south.
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