The Triund Trek is one of the most famous and splendid treks in the Himalayas, located at an altitude of 7700 ft, called the heart or crown of Dharamshala and Mcleod Ganj. The best camping encounter you can ever have at the top of Triund under the starry sky. Trek through McLeod Ganj’s highest cascade, the Bhagsu nag cascade. Triund is a gorgeous alpine grassy wilderness on the top of the mountain. The majestic views of the Dhauladhar range and the panoramic view over the Kangra valley can be seen there from here. Take a peek below the thousands of galaxies at a high peak in Mana.
Triund is one of the short as well as the easiest treks in the Himalayas, with spectacular views over the snowy Dhauladhar and Kangra Valley. On a weekend, this two-day short trek is easy. Most of us have little time, enough time, to visit new places and to go on a journey of adventure. This trip allows us to explore the beauty and tranquility of the Himalayas. It may be small but it is going to; certainly give a little sense of adventure, because at certain points the trail is a little steep.
How to Reach
Dharamshala Airport is about 20 km away from Gaggal Airport or Kangra Airport, which is easily accessible to Delhi, Kullu as well as Chandigarh. Many governmental and non – governmental buses link McLeod Ganj to other cities such as Delhi, Chandigarh, and Dharamshala, among others. The nearest wide gauge train station to McLeod Ganj is the Pathankot Railway Station, which is nearly 90 km away.
Day 1 Triund Trek to McLeod Ganj’s Most High Waterfall
Length: 3-4 hours | Lift 2.828 m.
Come to the Taxi stand Bhagsu Nag before 10:00 and start your Himachal Pradesh Triund Trek. Start your walk to McLeodganj’s largest waterfall and a party for your eyes. Stop by camping in Leta/Mana, to have food (at your own expense) and return to the trip. Download your bag load on your camping in the village of Leta/Mana. Stop for food (at your own expense) and return to the trip. As you go up, enjoy on both sides panoramic views of the Kangra valley and on the mountain range of Dhauladhar.
From the north, over the Triund Valley and in the beautiful town of Mcleodganj, you can see the beautiful Dhauladar mountains. After an hour or two of picturesque views, start your downhill. Take the campsite to Leta/Mana village and after a tireless day, you will reach the destination for a break. Great fun and dinner with calming music in the sky full of stars (around 8 p.m.).
The second day
Mcleodganj trip | Finishing trip with a bag filled with the memories of a lifetime
Length: 3-4 hours | Lift 2.828 m.
Wake up to a hypocritical sunrise and enjoy a hearty breakfast in the mountains. Explore and communicate with the local people about mystic views of the area. Pack the peaceful landscape of a flock of herds in the green wetlands as you go downhill. Then you can enjoy a fun tea in a tea shack by the ridge and simultaneously enjoy views of the Kangra Valley. Return to the beginning point (at around 12:30 PM). Triund trek finishes here with a bag of memories to keep alive.
Some more Details
The trek is in an eco-friendly area; do not encourage local campsites to litter. The littering of travelers can be fined. The weather depends on all the activities. The more you carry, the greater your distress. Maintain your baggage minimally. State-Government guidelines shall be followed.
To preserve social distancing. Recommended frequent hand sanitation and mask use. At the time of the event, please provide valid ID proof. Because the facilities in the mountains are difficult to supply, you can not expect luxuries. Only at a few locations can electricity be available. A campfire would depend on the weather. If the weather is poor, the campground can switch to Dharamkot if Govt is restricted.
For trekking in Mcleodganj to Triund, children under 7 years of age are not recommended. Any personal expenses, personal items, meals, etc. not listed in the Triund Trek are not included. Bring home dry food/snacks. Management reserves the right to change the trip during any natural emergencies or disasters. The Saison wise clothes and shoes for the round trek are recommended.