Satopanth Lake Trek himalaya shelter

Location: Located at an altitude of about 4,600 meters (15,100 feet) above sea level, Satopanth Lake is nestled in the majestic Himalayas of Garhwal

Duration: The walk takes approximately 7 to 9 days to complete, depending on the starting point and pace of the walk.
*Starting point: The trek usually starts from the holy city of Badrinath, an important Hindu pilgrimage site.

Highlights:
1. Scenic beauty:The trail offers breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, lush alpine meadows and spectacular waterfalls

2. Spiritual Significance:Hindus consider Satopantha Lake sacred and believe it to be the abode of the three deities—Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The pilgrims make the journey in search of spiritual blessings and purity.

3. Vasudhar Falls On the way to Satopantha Lake, pilgrims come across the magnificent Vasudhar Falls which is believed to have religious significance and purifying power

4.Remote Villages: The trek goes to remote villages where travelers can experience the local culture and lifestyle of the Himalayan communities.

5. Difficult Terrain: The trail requires climbing over rugged terrain, including steep rocky outcrops, glaciers, and steep trail passes, creating a challenging experience but useful for travellers

**follow:
1. Badrinath to Managram: It starts by driving from Badrinath to Managram to the last inhabited village on the Indian side near the Indo-Tibetan border.

2. Lakshmi Van from Mana Village: Padayatra on foot from Mana Village t