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How difficult is Green Lake Trek

Green Lake Trek is categorised as difficult to strenuous level trek and involve long trekking days with quick altitude gain on some days. It is rated as difficult to strenuous level trek because it requires lots of endurance and exposes you to high altitude sickness.

The terrain on the Green Lake Trek is not very friendly as it has uneven trails and has loose rocks and soil which makes walking difficult and tiring.

This trek climbs from 2700m (8858 ft) to 5050 m (16568 ft) in 10 to 12 days. The height gain and climb on this trek is one of the major challenge which exposes you to the risk of high altitude sickness if you are not careful and prepared.

The main difficulties you will encounter during the Green Lake Trek depending upon your itineraries are

* Jakthang to Yabuk (3430m to 4040 m) trek in one day – where you will be trekking for around 5 hours to 6 hours maximum, and gaining around 600m.

* Jakthang, Yabuk to Rest Camp, and Green Lake – where you will be trekking for 5 to 6 hours per day through alpine forest, crossing small streams and sprawling lush green landscape.

* Green Lake (5050m) – Camping and Sleeping at 5000m high camp at Green Lake

It is highly recommended to layer up as soon as you reach the Rest Camp and Green Lake camp. Good sleep and acclimatization at Rest camp are extremely important. 

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