Maldaru tal is a pristine glacial lake that remains frozen half the year, stays hidden by the mountains. It lies in the shadow of connecting ridges between Singtur range and Ruinsara range, at an altitude of 13500 feet. It can be approached via Debsu bugiyal above Seema village in Supin valley of Uttarkashi district, Garhwal.
Here are a few glimpses of this unique trek.
Debsu meadow at 10000 feet.
Camp in upper baya. This is base of Maldaru tal from north.
Pristine snowy slopes on the way to Maldaru.
Climbing the ridge which acts is the northern bank of the lake.
Maldaru, the hidden lake where Gods bathe
Mount swargarohini – 20510 feet
On the way down from Maldaru in soft snow.
View of Saraswati (Bandarpoonch) group of peaks and Ruinsara peak beyond Ruinsara valley, seen from Lower Baya on the way down.