Nepal is a country of so much diversity in many things such as geographically. The beauties of Nepal is not the thing that you can express in words. The Rara lake trek is one of the most unique and interesting trekking experiences. It is aimed more at communing with the forests and Lakeland of Nepal rather than the more typical trekking fare of precipitous trails through the mountains. Rara Lake Trek is an off-the-beaten-track trek that takes you to the beautiful and tranquil Rara Lake. It lies within Rara National Park in the remote far-western region of Nepal. Rara lake is the biggest fresh water lake in the Nepalese Himalayas. It lies at an elevation of 2,990 meters with a water surface of 10.8 km square, a maximum depth of 167m, 5.1 km length, and 2.7km width.
Rara lake drains into the Mugu Karnali River via the Nijar River and is also classified as oligotrophic as it is slightly polluted. Rara Lake is surrounded by Rara National Park that has unique floral and faunal importance with rare and vulnerable species. The striking coniferous forest around Rara Lake is also the habitat of Musk Deer, Himalayan Black Bear, Red Panda, Ghorals, Wild Boar, Thar, and also the National Bird of Nepal: Danfe. This is not a place where you will find high mountain energy, this is a place of peaceful energy, a place to relax and reflect, slow down, refilling the positive energy.
As it is an off-beaten track it is less crowded which will be best for those seeking isolated trekking in this covid-19 pandemic. Parallel to the matchless beauty of nature, you will be able to witness the distinctive culture of the different ethnic groups which have sustained even in harsh terrain and adversity. Along with beauty, the Religiously important Thakur Baba’s Temple, Monasteries is also situated there. The breathtaking views of the lake, forest, hills, and backdrop mountains allure you with their extreme fascinations.
This track gratifies you with beautiful scenery of spellbinding mountains, ponds, and sighting of rare animals. Rara lake is also known as Mahendra Daha, the Ultimate destination of Trek. The spectacular mountain scenes from there is a major attraction for trekkers. Similarly, this trek is surrounded by Juniper, Pine, and Spruce forests In summer, Climate is quite pleasant and winter is cold. The best time visiting or for this trek is September/October and April to May. From December to March, The temperatures go low below the freezing point, so there is a huge risk of heavy snowfall which will block the way to the lake. As described by GORP founder Bill Greer ” Rara lake is a shimmering blue jewel set in a ring of snowy peaks”, it has the potential of becoming the next major place for tourists to visit.
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