About Chander Naun Lake

Chander Naun is also a high-altitude lake that is located in Shimla district, tehsil Rohru, Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated at an elevation of about 4,260 m above the sea level. Chander Naun Lake is surrounded by snow for a long time and is the main source of the river Pabbar.

Mythological Point

  • Location- As mentioned above, Chander Naun Lake is located in Shimla district, Tehsil Rohru, Himachal Pradesh, India.
  • Lake type- High-altitude lake
  • Surface Elevation- 4,260 m(13,980 ft)

Chander Naun Lake also known as Chandernahan Lake lies exactly in the Chanshal range of Rohru tehsil. The lake is fed by many springs and its beauty is unmatchable with any other lake. You can reach Chander Naun Lake by trekking, although it is difficult at first, you will get comfortable by moving further. The greenery around this lake is simply amazing and incomparable.

Chander Naun Lake is also kept under the surveillance of the Tourism of Himachal Pradesh. Talking about both Lama Dal and Chander Naun, you will encounter several boarding, lodging, and equipment amenities that are provided by the travel & tourism industry. As you will reach these places, you will discover a bit more about historical things and their localities. You can visit this place a number of times and experience the unexplored part of nature. Camping and bonfire is the major part while traveling or trekking, so you can enjoy it to the fullest over here. As you come closer to these lakes, you will get to see the scenic beauty of the place and the gigantic mountains which gives your eyes a mesmerizing view that is worth to be captured for a lifetime. Like other lakes, Lama Dal and Chander Naun are also popular for sightseeing, various adventure activities, bird-watching, etc. This place is best for nature lovers and adventure freaks as it is surrounded by different kinds of plants and flowers. Both lakes are known for their ethereal and magnificent beauty which is not compared to any other lakes. The lush green mountain and the trees of various species add a natural charm to this place.

At a Glance

  • 31°30′N 78°11′E
  • China, India
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Shimla
  • 175 Km
  • Sutlej River