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Triund Trek Dharamshala Himachal Pradesh

Triund Trek Dharamkot, the trek to most beautiful destination of Dharamshala is a clean retreat which can be relished on weekends. It gives astonishing views of the Dhauladhar mountain range. The campsite is situated atop the hill overlooking the Kangra Valley. The trek will start from the magnificent town of McLeodganj Dharamkot Galu Mata Temple. It is a very famous weekend attraction for those people who cannot go for long Himachal Journey.

Triund Trek Highlights

Primary Activity-Trekking Secondary Activities– Camping and Sight seeing Starting point– McLeodganj,Himachal Pradesh Ending point– McLeodganj,Himachal Pradesh No. of Days– 2 No. of Nights– 1 Endurance– Medium Best time to visit– March to December except monsoon

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Triund Elevation: 2825 Meters

Triund Temperature: Temperature is pleasant During Spring and Summer (Generally vary between 5 degrees to 25 degrees Celsius. During winter (December- February) night temperature can plunge down to -9 degrees.

Distance between Delhi and Triund: 500 km by Road. Regular overnight Volvo buses are available from Delhi.

Triund Weather: Usually sunny in the day. Triund weather is very pleasant throughout the year. In winter due to reducing the temperature, it feels really chilly during the night. Go prepared with heavy woolen during winter. In summer light woolens will do in the daytime. Sleeping bags are essential anytime and provided by us.


Triund Trek provides you the unrivaled experience of trekking on one of the most stunning landscapes in Himachal Pradesh with waterfalls, blossoming green meadows and snowcapped mountains.
It is very much appropriate in spring and summer as Triund Trek temperature remains very suitable and weather at Triund Trek & neighboring areas is becomes very amusing with magnificent spectacle of sky kissing high Himalayan peaks. Triund- Dharamshala distance is approx. 6 km by road and Triund Trek– Macleodganj distance is approx. 3 km. the Triund Trek Dharamshala Macleodganj is a perfect Trek line for all Himalaya lover who are in establishment phase of their trek life. And more significantly Triund is a delightful place for a weekend holiday for couple or family.
Triund Trek Camping comes with stay at the campsite ideal for family, friends and couples. Camping is complete on Triund hill and view of Sunrise from Triund hill is world famed.
If you need more detail regarding route, camping etc. you can check.

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Triund Trek Itinerary

Day 1: Mcleodganj to Triund Hill (4-5 hours of trekking)

It is an easy trek and all you essential is the will to be at the top. Start Trek to Triund Trek a renowned campsite located at an altitude of (2875m), on the way have at halfway. Continue trek and lastly reach Triund Trek for night stay. Evening enjoys with bonfires & music, finally sleep in tents provided by us. Don’t forget to see the enormous view of the Dharamshala from the top in the night.

Day 2: Triund Hill to Snowline and back to Mcleodganj (3-4 hours of trekking)

In the morning have tea & breakfast at the campsite and take short walks to acclimatize. The finest thing is to be with your own. If you want to visit Snow Line (5Kms), then leave early in the morning from Triund. In the afternoon return journey to Mcleodganj.


  • Basic vegetarian meals(Dinner on day-1 & Breakfast and on day-2)
  • Accommodation at trekking tents on a twin-sharing basis at the hilltop
  • Sleeping bag


  • Transport from home town to McLeodganj
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
  • Items like soft drinks and personal items

Frequently Asked Questions about Triund Trek

Can we keep our luggage at Mcleodganj?

Yes. You will be provided with a luggage room facility at Mcleodganj where you can keep your luggage and take a water bottle, camera, etc. on a daysack to the hilltop with you.

When does the Triund Trek start?

The trek start timing is generally 10 AM. So you have to reach the reporting site (Near Mcleodganj Bus stand) by 10 AM

Will we go to Lahesh cave and Laka glacier?

In the 2D1N trek, it is not possible to cover the Laka glacier and Lahesh cave. It will take 2D2N to cover Triund with Laka. Check out 3D2N Laka glacier Trek

Will we cover Bhagusu Nag and Snowline?

Yes. Bhagusunag and the snowline will be covered.

How much time does it take to trek to Triund hilltop from Mcleodganj?

It will take approx. 4-5 hours to complete the trek. The trek total distance is approx. 9 km.

Where do I need to report before the trek starts?

Reporting place will be near to Mcleodganj bus stand. All the details will be shared with you once you book the trek.

What about safety?

Each trekker is responsible for his/her own safety. Trek organizers, guides, porters will not be responsible for any damage, theft, or loss of goods.

What all facilities are provided during the trek?

You will be provided with a sleeping bag, tent accommodation, food, guidance, and a dry pit toilet as per the plan. No other facilities can be provided.

How much time does it take to reach Mcleodganj from Delhi?

It will take approx. 10-12 hours to reach Mcleodganj from Delhi by overnight Volvo.

What to carry

  • Day Sack to carry a water bottle, camera, packed Lunch, personal clothing.
  • Sports Shoes. Any running shoe that you are comfortable walking with.
  • Sun Protection: Sun Screen lotion, sunglasses, cap,
  • T-Shirts, loose trousers while walking,
  • Light Jacket (Light woolen) for Triund.
  • Flip Flops.
  • Small torch.
  • Personal medicines if any

Terms and Conditions

Cancellation and Refund:

Cancellations prior to 10 days from the start of the trek are entitled to a full refund(excluding the transaction charges)Cancellation between the 9th day and the 3rd day to the start of the trek will have an 80% refund.

Cancellation less than 3 days to the start of the trek will have NO refund.

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This activity is hugely dependent upon weather. The trip may get canceled without any prior notice due to weather or any unforeseen adverse circumstances

Why Trek to Triund and Snowline:

Reason 1: One of the best views of the Dhauladhar Himalayan range

For a group of courageous friends, Himalayan vacation is always appealing due to its quietness, generousness, and immensity. And all these start with the panoramic of different points, meadows, valleys, and snow-covered immense peaks. Trek to Triund (altitude of 2825 meters), provides the best view of the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas. Probably you won’t get a better view from anywhere else at the same altitude.

Reason 2: Because your friends need not be a seasoned Trekker

Triund trek is not at all grueling and demanding in nature. It takes approx. 4 hours for an inexperienced trekker to complete the Trek, which starts from Bhagusu. You can stopover at different places of the trail and take snapshots in this Himalayan heaven. Basically, the Triund trek starts from Mcleodganj and it takes 4-6 hours of uphill hiking to trek to Triund hill.

Reason 3: Stargazing with your pal at a height of 8400 feet

The night sky of Triund is simply stunning and awesome. A star-studded sky will make you spellbound.

Triund Trek Season:

Trek to Triund in January or February is not possible generally as chances of heavy snowfall are there. The best time for the Triund trek is from April to November. Though the temperature can plunge below zero degrees anytime and snowfall may happen in March or April too, the Triund trek gives you the best experience from March onward.

Triund Trekking Dharamshala Tours is a National Award Winning adventure travel company that offers the widest range of outdoor activities in India. Triund Trek Dharamshala has been a pioneer in adventure tours in India since 2010.We are based in Himachal Pradesh India, which is home to many adventurous treks in Indian Himalayan Ranges.

We operate Through our largest network of offices across India, We provide range of adventures, from white water rafting, trekking, climbing, self drive jeep tours, mountain biking to wild life etc.

We have exclusive lodges in himalayan ranges. These lodges have tastefully decorated air-conditioned rooms, sit down dining. The Mountain Spa and even air-conditioned conferencing facilities. We also provide many Angling trips for famous Himalayan Trout and the mighty Mahaseer. Holiday Travel offers guided fishing trips and expeditions.

Trekking with Triund Trek Dharamshala in India provides you option of Trekking to almost all Himalayan ranges.

Triund Trek Dharamshala offers more than 200 treks in Ladakh, Himachal, Sikkim, Garhwal, Bhutan and Nepal. Lifestyle Adventure Let us customize an exclusive adventure program with comforts unheard of in adventure travel . Triund Trek Dharamshala will put together an exciting tailor made adventure, just for you.

Safaris with Triund Trek Dharamshala Self Drive Safaris Get behind the wheel of a 4×4 jeep or jump on to a Royal Enfield bike and explore the Himalayas or the Rajputana deserts with our experienced guides and state of the art equipment.

Youth Leadership Camps Triund Trek Dharamshala in collaboration with Himalayan Outward Bound, runs special adventure programs for students and youth. These programs are run under licence from Outward Bound International (USA).

Rafting with Triund Trek Dharamshala Rafting Triund Trek Dharamshala pioneered white water rafting and kayaking in India. We run trips on more than 20 rivers across India and have led numerous first descents on many rivers including the mighty Bhramaputra (Tsang Po in Tibet).

Outbound Corporate Training A thousand feet above sea level, that sacrosanct client brief and the quarter-end presentation succumb to vertigo. Triund Trek Dharamshala Outbound Training programs use an experiential approach to HR training & development.

Skiing with Triund Trek Dharamshala in Himalaya Skiing & Snowboarding Carve up some fresh Himalayan powder in the world’s highest ski region on personally guided trips with Triund Trek Dharamshala Come ski for your self !! Global Explorations Triund Trek Dharamshala is proud to launch a series of global exploration trips. Meant for the entire family these trips focus on unique soft adventure activities in remote destination around the globe.

Wildlife Tour with Triund Trek Wildlife A splendid diversity of wild animals, birds and plants can be enjoyed in India’s numerous National Parks. Triund Trek wildlife tours use the best accommodation coupled with experienced naturalists … Religious Tour with Himalayan Adventure Religious Tours For the pilgrim with an adventurous streak, visit the four sacred sites of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri with Triund Trek Dharamshala

Mountaineering with Triund Trek Dharamshala in Himalaya Climbing Headed by India’s most celebrated mountaineer, Col. Rohit Trikha, Triund Trek Dharamshala organizes expeditions to some of the highest summits in the world, as well as expeditions for beginners and less experienced climbers from all over the world.

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About Pin Parvati Trek

This is one of the most spectacular treks in the region that takes one from the lush green Parvati valley in Kullu to the stark and barren Pin valley in Spiti. On the way is the high-altitude Maltalai lake and the Pin Parvati Pass.
The trek’s route borders the Pin Valley National Park, known for sighting of the elusive snow leopards and the Great Himalayan National Park that is famous for sightings of rare Himalayan birds like the Western Tragopan.

About Chamba Manimahesh Trek

This trek takes you to the beautiful Manimahesh Lake in the Chamba valley, at the foot of the 5656m Manimahesh Kailash peak, believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva. The trek also takes you to the quaint town of Bharmaur, that’s surrounded by the Dhauladhar range. SEASON: Mid May – October MAX. ALTITUDE: 4966m.

About Drati Pass

Unexplored Darati Pass is the high altitude pass in the Pir- Panjal range, an interesting and adventurous trek. Darati Pass is a (15480 ft) high mountain pass in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh, in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. It connects the Churah valley with the Pangi valleys of Himachal Pradesh. The pass is open from May to mid-October. It is another route to the pangi other than Saach pass the gateway to the Pangi Valley.

About Chander Taal Lake

Chandra Taal (meaning the Lake of the Moon), or Chandra Tal, is situated at an altitude of about 4,300 meters (14,100 ft) in the Himalayas. Mountains of screed overlook the lake on one side, and a magnificent cirque presents a view on the other. The name of the lake originates from its crescent shape. Situated in the Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh (India), Chandra Taal is a popular destination for trekkers and campers.

The lake is accessible on foot only for few months in a year, from May to August. A vast meadows, is the camping site on the banks of the enchanting lake. During springtime, it is carpeted with hundreds of kinds of wild flowers. A clear stream of water flows out of the lake. During the day, the lake appears Prussian blue in color, and a greenish tinge appears towards the evening.

The lake is situated on a plateau (Samudra Tapu) overlooking the Chandra River which originates from a glacier near Bara-lacha-la.

About Kalicho Pass

The Kali Cho Pass is, arguably, the toughest pass in Himachal Pradesh. It stands at an approximate height of 4980 meters and only gaddi’s [shepherds] or hardcore trekkers walk over this pass. Even the villagers of the nearby villages prefer a bus over this pass because of its extremely tough gradient.

Kali Cho is comprised of two words: Kali for the Goddess Kali (Bhawani/BhadraKaali) and Cho means a waterfall.

About Kinner Kailash Parikrama Trek

Located in Kinnaur Valley of Himachal Pradesh state of India, Mount Kinner Kailash (6050 m) is listed among one of the five mount Kailash. This place is believed to be the home of Load Shiva from where he regulates the Universe. Earlier, the Parikrama to this holy place was about 200 kms, but now the path has been cut short for the convenience of the pilgrims. The Parikrama or circumambulation at this place starts from Kalpa via Triung valley and back to Kalpa via Sangla valley.

Mount Kinner Kailash holds a religious significance among the Hindus because of the huge “SHIVA LINGAM”, which is a 79 feet vertical rock formation that looks like a Shivlinga. This rock formed representation of Lord Shiva believes to change its colors throughout the day. Kinner Kailash is counted among one of the legendary abodes of Lord Shiva. This trek is one of the toughest treks and best meant for spiritual and adventure passionate. Trekking to Kinner Kailash is very rewarding and challenging for experienced trekkers.

About Kugti Pass

Kugti Pass is located near the scenic hamlet of Kugti at an altitude of around 5,050 m above sea level. Its part of the Pir Panjal range of Central Himalayas, and a perfect destination for trekkers. Ascending this pass, one can reach the Duggi Plain, a pasture land and an ideal camping ground. Standing at the summit, one can see the spectacular Manimahesh Kailash Peak and Dhauladhar ranges, and also the snow capped mountains beyond Lahul valley. At the base of the Kugti Pass, one can explore the Leah Cave.

About Bhaba Pass Trek

The Bhaba (aka Bhapa Pass, Tarik or Tari Khango La) lies at the head of a beautiful alpine valley and marks the division between the forests of Himachal Pradesh and the arid expanse of Spiti. On the northern side of the pass you follow the Pin river to Mud and this route is often combined with the more demanding Parvati Pass route to/from Manali, thus the Pin Parvati trek.

The Bhaba Pass is non-technical but does require good knowledge of snow conditions. If you want to continue over Pin Parvati you will require an experienced team that knows the route as navigation can be tricky and ropes may be needed for crossing glaciers.

Important Trekking Tips from Holiday Travel

Start your trekking training early

Even if your planned trekking trip is 12 months away, it’s never too early to get started on your trek conditioning program. Look to build your strength and fitness gradually, giving your body time to adapt to the new demands that you are placing on it. That way you can enjoy your trek training and avoid risking injury by trying to do too much too soon.

Choose the correct footwear for your trek

Good quality and appropriate footwear for your trek and your walking training is essential. A supportive hiking shoe with ankle protection is important but beware of ankle cuffs that are too high as they can irritate the achilles tendon at the base of your calf. Look for an ankle cuff that is scooped away at the back. Make sure that your trekking boots are thoroughly broken in and your feet have bedded in — the time for blisters is now, not during your trek. When purchasing your boots, try to shop in the afternoon when your feet have expanded slightly so that you get the correct size.

Don’t forget your walking socks

With plenty of footwear focus, it’s easy to forget about the best type of socks to wear. The right boots with the wrong socks will ruin your tekking trip so when trying on boots, wear the same socks that you intend to use for your trek. Look for materials such as Coolmax that has sweat wicking properties or consider the new Gore-tex range that wick sweat away but are also waterproof.

Build leg strength with gym work

Leg strength will be key for your trek so in addition to walking training which will strengthen your legs, try and include either gym exercises such as leg presses and weighted squats, or lunges and body weight squats.

Build your walking training

Walking training will be the foundation of your training program and it is important to build steadily towards the sorts of distances that you will be doing on your trek. Initially, intersperse training days with rest days but as your fitness improves, look to include some ‘back-to-back’ training days, which will more closely replicate your actual trek.

Practice using your backpack

It’s likely that you’ll be carrying items such as food, drink, spare clothing and possibly more, so your choice of backpack is important. Look for models with adjustable chest and waist straps so that you can position it correctly on your back and also with external compression straps so that the load doesn’t shift. More specialist types have removable bladders for liquid consumption on the go, but remember that water and washing facilities may be limited, so sterilization may be difficult. Practice using your backpack (loaded) as part of your training so that you are used to the weight and position.

Use walking poles

Walking poles make a big difference to your trek. Lightweight and telescopic, they ease the load on knees and thighs on descents and give you ‘two extra legs’ on steep climbs. They can also be used to help clear vegetation and have numerous uses in a campsite. Definitely one to try.

Hydrate yourself frequently when walking

Whether you are in a hot climate or not, your fluid requirements will increase significantly when trekking. Losses on the breath and from sweating will serve to reduce your blood volume, resulting in your heart having to work much harder. By the time you feel thirsty you will already be dehydrated so try and drink small, frequent quantities of water throughout the day. Carry out the urine test to monitor your hydration: a pale straw color indicates that you are well hydrated, anything darker means that you need to drink more.

Fuel your trekking

Similarly to hydration, your energy requirements will increase whilst you are trekking. Aim to eat small, frequent meals and snacks on the go to maintain energy levels. Depending on the part of the world, your favourite snack-type foods may not be plentiful, but fruit is frequently available which is easy to eat on the move and excellent for an energy boost. During your training, experiment with eating ‘on the go’, so that you get used to the feeling of food in your stomach when you are trekking.

Fit to trek

The fitter you are before you depart, the easier your trek will be. You will have spent a lot of time, effort (and probably money too!) to get to your trekking location, so it makes sense to get the most out of your trip by being in good shape and having suitable kit. By following the tips above, not only will you be well prepared for possibly a trip of a lifetime but you’ll get so much more out of your trekking experience.


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Mayaleen Thakuria 27/07/2016

Triund Trek – Absolutely amazing!!

I am just so happy that we could go for this trek.. The Triund Trek squad helped us in every way possible and has everything ready for us as promised. From the food understanding to camping and trekking. The guides were very cooperative and humorous too. They told us many exciting stories about the place.

We were around 15 of us and we just went after our college ended. And Triund Trek helped us make it the most unforgettable trip ever.

Thank you so much for all the assistant!! You guys are marvelous!! It was indeed a great knowledge and we appreciated every bit of it!! Cheers!

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Suraj 16/06/2016

Triund trek: A short good trek for us

Good experience. Not surprising. But yes truly value for money. And if you are not seeking magnificence then this is perfect trek for you

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Ram Sharma 10/06/2016

Awesome experience

This is the most reasonable and the best way to reach Triund without compromising on your food and comforts. The only dissatisfaction was the hygiene of sleeping bags. I expect they get better here

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Amit Malhotra08/06/2016

Truly awesome experience

Because it was my first trek, I hunted it to be a lifetime memory. And it turned out exactly like that, thanks to Triund Trek the whole trip was unforgettable. Right from the start, to the food, the camps and the sightseeing, the whole thing was very well organized. I will absolutely advise this to anyone who wants a nice, relaxed and reasonable trip.

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Rajesh 31/05/2016

Truly magnificent experience

The wonderful visuals of the Dhauladhar atop Triund, a sort of Scottish small town feel and particularly the unbelievable view of the night sky made the experience totally worthwhile. The trek itself was rather difficult, for the used to. The Triund Trek staff were very obliging and proper requirements, food and supervision were provided. They even arranged a cab for our return. Hope to come back in more wintery situation and trek to Indrahar!

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Deshraj 28/05/2016

Up, close & personal with the Dhauladhars

It is a have to do for those visiting Mcleodganj over the weekends. The view of Dhauladhars from Triund top is imposing. Good for first time trekkers while experienced ones can move in advance to Indrahar pass. Good to see

Triund Trek arranges that as well

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Vishwajeet 16/05/2016

Wonderful stay and food on triund top

Well planned itinerary and helpful/educated guide (Rohit). Only glitch was the preliminary trek to galu temple which could be covered by cab/taxi. That would have caused less tiredness. Still, we enjoyed our hang about.

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Ranveer Sigh 12/05/2016

A great trek (at a great price)

This was a very well planned trek – other operators charge approximately twice of what Triund Trek is charging! Highly recommended.

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Rohit Gupta 09/05/2016

Triund Trek

Very well organized and nice staff. Highly suggested.

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Manoj Kumar 04/05/2016

Trek well organized

The team completed the trek valuable for us right from knowledge of the guide to food and water stipulation. Safety of girls is taken care of, however. It was a magnificent experience.

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Had an tremendous trek with all facilities taken care of carefully by Triund Trek.

all was well synchronized and planned. The trek is not reasonable for us city dwellers. It took us about 5 hours to go up and 3 hours to trek down. Guide and meals were provided by them. In all a good trip.

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Anjali 23/04/2016

Well Organized trek!

Thank you team Triund Trek.

We are so glad we chose you to arrange our trek trip to Triund. From the start till the very end , our trekking trip to Triund was very well planned at a very effective cost. Given it was our first trekking trip, we actually had no idea about anything and were quite concerned, but your team at Triund helped us a lot. Thanks a lot again!

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Naman 09/04/2016

Awesome Trek trail

Been a nice understanding of trekking in this trail organized by Triund Trek team. reputation and keep organizing more such experiences

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Suleman 09/04/2016

Triund Trek is a must

It was great arrangement from you guys. Really enjoyed the whole trip.

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Anita 28/03/2016

Very good camping experience

We really enjoyed a lot. Thank you guys

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Seema 15/03/2016

Awesome view and a great guide

Brilliant experience with you guys ! Loved it and a significance an all girls trip..cheers!

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Priya 14/03/2016

Fabulous Camping

My Triund Trek understanding was very good. Went with 4 of my friends first week of March. Weather was really cold and we enjoyed a lot. What a view of Himalaya. One of the best moments of my life. It was a entire package of food, guide, transport, accommodation etc. Early morning sunrise on next day was fabulous. You people don’t have the option of uploading pictures else would without doubt upload. Thank you for arranging such a stunning trek

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