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Aakash K wrote a review May 2020
New Delhi, India568 contributions10 helpful votes
This lake is also called as moon lake. This was the 2nd time when I have been here. As soon I reached the lake I went in flashback for a while. Truely pristine lake with Crystal clear water. The lake looks beautiful with all the landscapes around specially on a sunny day.
Date of experience: July 2019
SWATI S wrote a review Oct 2019
Thane, India8 contributions
We reached till Kaza. Last stop before our planned destination Chandratal. But at night there were heavy rains, snowfall and landslides. All roads in all direction were closed. Finally, after waiting for two days in Kaza, we had to return back. Just missed Chandratal.
Date of experience: September 2019
daredevil31 wrote a review Oct 2019
Mumbai, India164 contributions36 helpful votes
If you are on spiti tour, this is one lake you should not miss. The journey is itself a experience in its own way. The condition of roads keep changing. So you will have to speak to local drivers to know the condition when you are planning to travel. The lake is approximately 02 hours from batal. Have an early lunch at batal (cafe chacha Chachi). From batal you will reach a campsite first, and then another 15 mins to the parking area. Then a 20-30 min trek to the highest point near the lake. The periphery walk of the lake may take you 90 mins. So you should not reach the lake after 1400 hrs i.e. 2pm so you can return safely to batal/ losar. My advice is dont sleep at chandertal camping area if you haven't slept a night before at similar or higher altitude. …
Date of experience: October 2019
Spiti Horizon wrote a review Sep 2019
Kaza, India10 contributions1 helpful vote
Peacefull place 14km from batal and then 1.8 km walking.once we get there its really amazing to be there.love the place. Best time is on jun to Aug in seasons to be there.
Date of experience: August 2019
AakashYash wrote a review Aug 2018
New Delhi, India271 contributions14 helpful votes
Virgin territory in Lahul Valley beyond Kunzum Pass ..the road ends here and you walk 20 mins to experience truly untouched nature - The Chandertal lake. Need to have expert driver to reach here and some camps about 5 kms before lake if you want to stay overnight. No stay or littering at Chandertal pls . About 93 kms from Kaza via kunzum pass.…
Date of experience: June 2018