A small road from Besal, passing through tight rocky corridors and deep precipices leads to the Dudipat Sar, referred to as the queen of lakes. This road from Besal to Dodipatsar is only 13 km but takes from 5-6 hours. Some parts of the journey may have to be taken over glaciers.
Dudipatsar is a beautiful greenish blue and very cold water lake. Dudiptsar is another beautiful lake encircled by snow clad peaks. The deep blue Dudipat Sar, at 3,800 meters, is surrounded by green hills at about 4,800 meters, with snow patches in the shady hollows.
The word “dudi” means white and “sar” means lake. This name has been given to the lake because of the white color of snow at surrounding peaks.
It is one of the hardest places to reach in the valley. Its not easy to visit this lake as there is tough hike. Its gonna take you four to six hours from Besal for this lake after tough hiking and trekking. Half of this distance is steady climbing on a clear path then the valley opens out to wide, flat pastureland.
The hike is rewarding, as tourists are greeted with green pastures and the lake’s blue-green waters.
In the summer when the water of the lake reflects like a mirror a large number of visitors from different areas of the country come to watch the enchanting views of these lake.