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  • 30-35 KM
  • 5N/6D
  • 15100 ft.
  • 14499/- Per head.

Weather in Kakbhusandi Lake

Summer: Trek to Kakbhusandi lake begins from late April and the best time is till mid-June. The pleasing weather during summer season favors the trek to greater extent. The temperature is low in comparison to many other trekking destinations, thus better carry warm clothes.
Monsoon: Monsoon rain makes the environment more cold and the route muddy. Trekkers make trip during monsoon too, but it is recommended not to.
Spring: Spring months mid-September to mid-October are favorable with greenery all over and the pleasing weather. Be careful of the climatic condition, warm clothes are must. Temperature falls down during the night.
Winter: Winter months are freezing cold in Kakbhusandi. It is recommended not to plan any trek during winter though trekking enthusiasts may like to enjoy the chilling Uttarakhand during winter.
Kakbhusandi Lake Trek

Cinque Terre

Satopanth Lake Trek

Satopanth lake is a glacial lake in Uttarakhand, India, located in the midst of snow-capped peaks at an altitude of 4,400 meters (14,400 feet) above sea-level. The lake is considered to be of religious significance to the local people; residents of Mana village throw the ashes of the dead in the lake. Many people believe that the Trimoortis, viz, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, take bathe in the lake on an auspicious day. Certain species of birds are found here, which pick up the pollutants of the lake and thus keep the lake clean.

These birds are not found anywhere. The local belief is that they are the Gandharvas disguised, who guard the lake against evils. Geologically this is a glacial corrie lake. The alkapuri glacier is huge and a lot of corrie lakes are formed and this one is the biggest. The waters of the lake are held by the vast boulders and lateral moraines of the glacier. The beauty of this trek is that it starts at 3300m (the altitude of badrinath) and continues alongside the Alaknanda River until the alkapuri glacier. The junction of the 2 glaciers is a magnificent sight.

The peaks of neelkanth, balakun and Satopanth give company throughout the trek. The camping locations on this trek are devoid of any trees and are beautiful alpine meadows. There are numerous waterfalls along the way which make the walk a pleasant sight.

Why you should choose us

We’re here to give you the greatest experience possible through the eyes of highly skilled and qualified specialists who have a passion for adventure sports. We are community members attempting to promote our favorite adventure sports while also supporting local businesses. We, THE NORTHERN MONK Local trekking organization in Joshimath Uttarakhand , dedicate ourselves to providing you with an unforgettable experience.


Travel from Dehradun to Joshimath to Badrinath Arrival at Badrinath, meet our representative and transfer to the Homestay.
Badrinath- Jhamtoli Trek 8 km
StayCampsite Alt - 3640 mt
After breakfast, drive to Badrinath temple and thereon to Mana Village & trek towards Jhamtoli with packed lunch.
Jhamtoli to Chakratirtha
Trek8 km Stay Campsite Alt4240 mt
We begin to trek up to Laxmi Van and thereon to Sahastra Dhara. After having packed lunch we proceed towards Chakratirtha
Chakratirtha - Satopanth Tal - Chakratirtha
Trek10 km Stay Campsite Alt4465 mt
Chakratirtha to Satopanth Lake is around 5 kms through moraine and seasonal glacier. You will be walking in the proximity of Nilkantha and Parvati Peak with Chaukhamba looming above all in the front.
Balakun peak will be on the right. Satopanth lake is a three cornered lake with icy cold, crystal clear , emerald waters with a circumference of about 1-2 km, it is situated at an elevation of 4465 mts above sea leave. Taking a holy dip at this lake on Akshaya Tritiya is considered to be very auspicious.
Chakratirtha – Mana - Badrinath
Trek down to Mana Village and drive to Badrinath.
Departure from Badrinath to Dehradun
After breakfast. Our trek services will end in the morning .