In this trek, you will also get to view Nepal’s famous mountains, such as Ganesh Himal (7422m), Langtang Himal (7234m), Langtang Ri (7205m), and Mt. Annapurna (8848m) along the trail. Once you set your eyes on this glorious lake, it will give you a new definition of the color blue.
Gosainkunda trek is an above-average trek in terms of difficulty. However, it also depends on your experience in trekking and physical fitness. Since this is a 6-day trek, you will cover long distances in a comparatively shorter amount of time, so you will have to get ready for the challenges you may have to face.
The best season to go for this trek includes spring (March-May) as the temperatures are mild with meager chances of rainfall. You can opt for this trek during autumn (September-November). If you have any prevailing health conditions, please inform beforehand, so that appropriate steps can be taken.
During Janai Purnima that falls in August, many Hindu devotees visit the pilgrimage site of Gosainkunda. If you happen to visit Gosainkunda during this month, you will notice a flock of devotees making their way to this historical place. People believe that Lord Shiva conjured this lake using his Trishul to quench his thirst.
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