A delight for beginners as well as seasoned trekkers, this trek offers a mix of everything a trekker looks for. Indrahar Pass Trek at (4000 Mtr) offers not just a great view of the mighty Dhauladhar range but also the ancient hindu temples in Kangra Valley.
This trek starts from Mc Leod Ganj in Dharamshala and in fact, covers two treks (Triund Trek) in one. We get unending views of the snow-capped mountains of the Pir Panjal range, underlying Kangra valley and Mani Mahesh Kailash peak from the top.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Reach Mc Leod Ganj and spend the evening in this beautiful hill town with visits to Monasteries and other temples.
There are many local shops and markets to explore as well.
Overnight in Hotel.
We start our trek from Galu Devi temple. After breakfast, we drive to the temple and start our Trek. Our destination for today will take about 4 hours to reach Triund.
The trail passes through mixed forest of rhododendron, oak, and deodar trees. The trek is just about moderately steep and leads into the beautiful meadows of Triund.
Overnight in Tents.
Our Trek today is also a beautiful one to Laka Got. We start from Triund after breakfast and pass through the Oak and rhododendron trees. Laka Got is basically a temporary Shephard camp and is usually snow covered in early summer time. We will get to see the local shephards here and get a chance to interact with them as well.
Today will be a slightly long day but an interesting and exciting one. We will start our trek from Laka Got to Indrahar Pass Trek and back to our camp site in Laka Got. We will first reach the Lahesh caves and then take a gradual ascent to the Indrahar Pass. Once on top of the pass, we will get a clear view of Pir Panjal range, Mani Mahesh, Kailash peak and the Kangra valley. We then start to descent back to our campsite at Laka Got.
It is going to be an easy trek down from Laka Got to Mc Leod ganj. This is where the trek ends.