Kagbhusandi Tal is a beautiful high altitude oblong lake adorned with emerald green waters and awe striking mountain views. Perched at an elevation of 4730 m, this glacial lake is cradled at the bottom of Hathi Parvat (6730 m), one of the most prominent Himalayan Peak of all the Six Thousanders. Itâ€™s water has a striking greenish tint while itâ€™s banks are overrun by flower blooms in various shades- pink, mauve, orange, purples, crimson, ochre, rust and greens. Kankul Khal (Pass), 4630 m above sea level is the gateway for this lake. This sacred lake is 500 m long and 250 m wide.
Day 01 : Drive Rishikesh to GovindGhat (1828m) via Joshimath; 272 km, 8-9 hour.
Day 02 : Trek Govindghat to Bhyundar Village to RoopDhungi (1828m); 12 km, 6-7 hour.
Day 03 : Trek RoopDhungi to Samartoli to Raj Kharak (3900m); 14 km, 8 hour.
Day 04 : Trek Raj Kharak to Kagbhusandi Tal (4730m) via Kankul Pass (4960m); 8 km, 5 hour.
Day 05 : Trek Kagbhusandi to Gounchha Udiyar; 8 km, 3-4 hour.
Day 06 : Trek Gouncha Udiyar to Painka to Govindghat (1828m); 10 km trek, 7 km drive.
Day 07 : Drive Govindghat to Rishikesh; 272 km, 8 hour.