May 11th, 2021
Satopanth Tal is a triangular lake of crystal clear green water, located at an elevation of 4600 metres above sea level and surrounded by snow-capped peaks. Satopanth Tal is a high-altitude lake near Badrinath Shrine in Uttarakhand's Chamoli district.
Apart from its religious significance, Satopanth has become one of Uttarakhand's most famous treks. This glacier trek provides breathtaking views of the Himalayas.
At an elevation of 15100 feet, Satopanth Tal is an unspoiled glacier lake. It is tucked away in the majestic Garhwal area in the form of a triangle.
Satopanth Lake has a long and illustrious tradition. For the locals, it is regarded as a religious site. Satopanth Lake has a long and illustrious tradition. For the locals, it is regarded as a religious site. Brahma, Vishnu, and Maheswara, the Hindu trinity of divinity, are said to have meditated on its three corners.
According to some sources, the Pandavas travelled from Mana village to the Swargarohini glacier's steps to heaven through Satopanth Tal at the end of the Mahabharata.
One of the most beautiful trails in the Garhwal area of Satopanth Lake trek. You pass through Mana, India's final village, on your way to the popular Vasundhara waterfall. On the trail, you can see Sahastradhara, which has over 100 waterfalls. The best part of the trek is trekking along the banks of the Alaknanda and camping in the Lakshmi van forest and Chakratirtha meadow.
Mount Chaukhamba, Mount Neelkantha, Mount Swargarohini, and Mount Balakun surround the lake. All of these mighty snow-capped mountains will be right beside you.
Even though locals throw the ashes of the dead in the water, the triangular Satopanth lake in the Garhwal Himalaya remains clean all year. At the foot of Mount Neelkanth is the trail to Satopanth Lake. It is the highest point in the Garhwal Himalayan division.
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