5 lakes located in the hills of Uttarakhand – After going there, you will find the beauty of Switzerland less.

You must have come to Uttarakhand or heard about many lakes, but today we are going to tell you about some such lakes which are situated at a great height above sea level. There are some lakes that remain frozen for more than half the time. Here we will know about them in detail..

Uttarakhand is a beautiful state which is famous for its beautiful scenery, high mountains, lush green meadows and winding roads. Although there are many lakes in Uttarakhand, but there are also some lakes which are situated on very high mountains. Very few people know about these lakes. Today there is a blog, we tell you about similar lakes located in the mountains of Uttarakhand, after going where you will feel that you have come to Switzerland.

Roopkund Lake

The name of Roopkund Lake is at number one in this list. Roopkund Lake located in Chamoli district is one of the highest lakes in Uttarakhand.

From here you can easily see Trishul Peak. This lake is also known as Mysterious Lake because human skeletons were found many years ago.

Summer is the best season to visit Roopkund Lake. What is special about the lake that this lake remains frozen in every season.


Kedar Tal

You must have heard the name of Uttarkashi many times, but Kedar Tal which is situated at an altitude of 5000 meters in Uttarkashi region, only people go about it. Whether it is a glacier lake or a lake, the Talaiyasagar peak can be easily seen.

Hemkund Lake

The lake is considered very sacred as the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh, meditated on the banks of this lake. This lake remains frozen for 8 months of the year and is surrounded by snow-capped mountains from all sides.


Sattal Lake

Sattal Lake is located at a distance of 23 km from Nainital or its special thing is that it is a group of seven lakes. But some of these lakes have now dried up. There are very dense oak trees all around and the sound of birds can also enchant you when you come here.

Dev Tal

Dev Tal is known as the Tal of the Gods. It is believed that the deities used to bathe in this pool. This place Mana is about three kilometers from the nearby zero point. This pool is surrounded by mountains of snow on all sides.

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