The Sacred Lake Of
Baraadsar is located at a height of 4300m between Rupin and Supin valleys in Western Garhwal. In 2010 the trekking community was not familiar with Baraadsar but the lake is popular among the village folk as it is considered sacred for them. Legend has it that a prayer inBaraadsar never goes unanswered. We starting trekking from the Rupin Valley and the initial approach was through various villages, then throughforest and subsequently over a ridge separating the Rupin and Supinvalley’s. The ridge walk, which takes close to three days, provides excellent views in all directions. The final climb takes one to a high ridge at 4400m overlooking the Lake and the view from the ridge is stunning. We get commanding views of a massive bowl-shapedsnow field that resembled a cauldron. There are high ridges in all directions and in the middle of this ‘cauldron’ slightly lower down lies theBaraadsar Lake. The Lake is about four hundred metres long and remains frozen for most of the year. We descended into the Supin Valley tocompete the trek.
May, June, September and
Trek to Kanasar Lake over an additional two days.
Relatively short drive from Dehra Dun/ Mussoorie to access the trekking area in Western Garhwal
Trek through remote villages in the Rupin and Supin valleys
Experience superb campsites in sprawling meadows in the both the Rupin and Supin valleys
Vast mountain views of peaks in Garhwal and Kinnaur visible after claiming the Rupin and Supin ridge
Serious summit day requiring 800m height gain and crossing some exposed sections
Beautiful setting of the sacred Baraadsar Lake 4300m
Complete a circular trek by descending into the Supin valley
Stay a night in Mussoorie and unwind before heading down to the plains
" It was a wonderful trip with lovely nature walks and the staff were very professional. The place is a must go for nature lovers "