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Litham

PANKAJ KUMAR
Hey Bhagwan..Fir se itna chal na Padega...Day 4: Trek to Chandranahan lake and back to LithamAltitude: 11,737 ft to 13,900 ft and backTime taken: 6-7 hoursTrek gradient: Difficult. 90 minutes of gradual ascent to the snout of the waterfall followed by a steep climb for about an hour. Steep descent on the way back to Litham.Water sources: Carry 1-1.5 of water from the campsite. There are water sources along the trail.
PANKAJ KUMAR
Day 3: Dayara to Lithamforget to wear your gloves and shoes.Altitude: 11,075 ft to 11,737 ftTime taken: 3 hoursTrek gradient: Easy.Water sources: Carry 1 litre of water from Dayara. There are sources along the trail to refill your water bottlesStart your day exploring the Dayara meadows. It looks most glamorous as it soaks up the golden glow of the morning sun. A walk on the snow early in the morning needs to be savoured by every trekker.But its painful too if you forget to wear your gloves and shoes.The trail from Dayara to Litham will take you through dense forests, wide snow fill meadows, gushing streams, and in little time as you gain an altitude of 737 feet in 3 hours.
Lakshya Garg
In Litham we had to stay for two days now , on the fourth day of our trek i.e. the second day in Litham we had an acclimatization walk or excursion up to the Chandranahan Lake which is at a height of 13500 ft approx. This place had it's own vibe, just like the "winter is coming" kind of vibe and yeah being so tired i felt like a white walker. The fun part was the we made that place a playground , we started glicading here and there .
Lakshya Garg
The third day of the trek , we had to gain more elevation on this day , and our next campsite was in Litham ,this place is out of the world beautiful , even if I describe it in detail you would have to see it with your own eyes to grab the beauty of it , the beauty of what this amazing world , this nature has to offer! A river flowing by the side of your campsite and then a valley full of snow and the snow peaks adding to the perfectness of the already perfect landscape.