I had to wait for the jeep, which would go to Dharamshala. So, I waited in Kareri Village with a couple of locals. The jeep arrived and I was all set for the bumpy ride. After an hour and a half, I was in Dharamshala. Roamed around the place for a while and then boarded the bus at 6 PM for New Delhi.
Things you may need while you trek to Kareri Lake!
(a) Trekking Shoes – they prevent ankle twist and have better grip
(b) Full sleeve T-shirts
(c) Full sleeve woolen
(d) Thick Jacket (for winter season)
(e) Socks (2 pairs): 1 cotton (for trekking) and 1 woolen (may need while sleeping)
(f) Gloves(1 pair for winter season)
(g) Woollen Cap/Balaclava(1 for winter season)
(i) Water Bottle)
(j) Light towel and Toilet paper
(k) LED torch
(l) Plastic covers: While packing, use plastic bags to ensure the clothes and other essentials remain dry in case of rain.
(m) 1 lunchbox and spoon for carrying packed lunch
(n)Band Aid – 2 strips
(o) Disprin (in case of a headache) – 3 tablets
(p) Moov spray
(q) Avil 25 mg(in case of allergies) – 3 tablets
(r) Crocin (in case of fever)- 3 tablets
(s) Vomistop – 2 tablets
Humble Request to all fellow travelers/trekkers – When you visit the Kareri Lake, carry a trash bag. This is a beautiful place and I am sure you would love to visit this again. Let’s keep it the way it is.
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