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Story by dr payal

 Rated : 5.0

I went for Indrahar Pass this september with Thrillophilia. The experience was more than wonderful. I was so motivated, and Abhishek from Thrillophilia helped me a lot from starting and till the end of the trek. Indrahar Pass is my second trek with Thrillophilia and the trek experience was so great, I think I am going to go for next trek soon. From Triund, I was literally above the clouds, then from snowline cafe, I felt so mesmerising, to wait to get hailstorm and then Snow Fall was visible on the peaks. It was like heaven brought on earth. Everybody should add this trek in their bucket list. And quality of sleeping bags and camps provided to us was very good. Thanks to Abhishek and Thrillophilia for making me experience this beauty.

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Story by Prashant Ghoshal

 Rated : 5.0

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It was me and my friend, both amateurs who just saw this listed on Thrillophilia decided to go for it. Our trek started from Mcleodganj towards Triund on 7th July 2018. Regardless to say the first day 9 km climb wore us down and upon reaching the forest officials did not make it easy for us. There is an order from the Supreme Court to shut down camping activities, due to which the guides and cafe owners on the trail are suffering. Next day we started for Ilaka which is another 4 km trek, comparatively easier than the previous day. We started at 9 am and reached destination at 11:20 am where the forest officials followed us and had a drama with our host and guide. After the drama, they left and our host set up a tent for us. On the 3rd day, we left for Lahesh Caves which is a trek through unstable rocky terrain and some steep climb. This really tested our endurance and upon reaching my friend had a swollen knee while I discovered I had phobia of heights. We decided not to go any further to Indrahar pass. Maybe one day we will come back more prepared with better training and experience. Our guide from Triund to Lahesh caves and back to Mcleodganj was Vikrant. This guy was with us for three days and is one of the nicest person I have met. 5 people backed out from Triund and it was only me and my female friend with him. I never had a single reason to worry about our safety. He understood our pace and motivated us to go further as much as we can. He never patronized or criticized us. Always polite and well spoken. He does not speak unless spoken to but is friendly and great to have a conversation with. Very professional. Our host at Ilaka, Gagan from LAKA Cafe was another gem. He cooked great food, that tasted like home - dal chawal, aloo paratha, fritters and Maggi for snacks. He can play flute (bonus). Entertained us with some local as well as mythological stories. Do's: Enjoy the silence, meditate, sing, keep yourself clean, help clean up surroundings by picking up litter, drink from the stream, pet the calves, have a stroll around the mountain, breath clean air, take pictures, observe, help your host with cooking, sleep, carry massage oil or balm, be ready for impromptu rain, stay hydrated. Don't: Litter, speak in loud voice, play loud music on your Bluetooth speaker, Abuse, drink alcohol (you know you can't handle it and will 100% fall on a rock), smoke weed or get high by any means (I am not against smoking weed but food is limited and you will fall and injure yourself), speak rudely to your guide or host, disturb other trekkers at night by talking loud inside the tent, fight with fellow travelers, jump or try to do any sort of stunt for photography or adventure (no medical facility within 14 km radius), carry weapons, harm animals or insects who live there, be scared of bees (they're the reason behind beautiful fauna), go anywhere without informing your guide, steal from your host, insult your guide or host.Note: Do not go if you plan to drink or get high on top of the mountain or inside your camp. For the locals it's a sacred land. They don't abuse or spit on that land. They don't even urinate while standing. Drinking, creating ruckus, abusing, dirtying or defacing environment in anyway is an insult to them, their beliefs and their holy land. This is a serene place not your local bar. Thank you Parul Mewara from Thrillophilia for all the assistance.

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Story by Chandraketu Butt

 Rated : 5.0

Overall, we trekked for around 5-6 hours everyday and on the third day reached the Indrahar Pass. The whole experience was so refreshing and exciting. The way our guides helped us throughout our Indrahar Pass trekking was so praiseworthy. The camping and food arrangement was very good. All the members of the group were very friendly and we had lot of fun. The views of snow covered mountains were amazing. Thanks for awesome experience.

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Story by Chidananda Kakkar

 Rated : 5.0

Kudos to the entire team for such awesome customer support service and our tour operators who made sure all last minute arrangements meet satisfactory level. A big Cheers!! to all the group members who made this more like a family outing than just random people in a group. Great place, one of the best trekking experience.

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Story by Ekaaksh Tagore

 Rated : 5.0

I did my fair research before booking for Indrahar Pass trek. Trust me I thought there was nothing which couldn't have known about this place but once I reached the place...I thought everything that I had researched and learnt about the place was just stale knowledge. It is one hell of a place - still can't believe that a scenery can be so appealing to eyes. Forget all about pictures,this place will just woo you in minutes.

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Story by Ashlesh Varrier

 Rated : 5.0

How can a place be so beautiful? Amazing place, beautiful views and such incredible locals...they are the warmest people I've ever met. One of the best travel experience of my life.

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Story by Bhudeva Tagore

 Rated : 5.0

First of all, if you think this trek is meant just for professional trekkers then take a break coz this was my first trekking experience and not once I felt that I cannot complete the trek. All of us spent around4-6 hours everyday trekking which gave us ample time to realx our muscles and also we had sufficient time in hand to sit and enjoy the beautiful Dhauladhar ranges and surrounding beauty. Amazing experience!!!

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Story by Rajinder Butt

 Rated : 5.0

Once in McLeod Ganj, we were made aware of the dos and don'ts in the trek. I believe the trek guides took an extra step in doing so. Following their instructions, we completed the climb to the Indrahar Pass and enjoy a lot. The challenges we faced might seem tough for the amateur trekkers. But with prior experience, this trek can be completed easily.

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Story by Sarla Iyer

 Rated : 5.0

It was a challenging trek, but every bit of it is a wonder! Most amazing part of the trek was camping and bonfire in the evening. Special thanks to our tour guide who was very friendly and he executed the trek perfectly. In short it was short and sweet trekking experience.

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Story by Ahalya Reddy

 Rated : 5.0

The Indrahar Pass itinerary originates from McLeodganj and revolves around Triund, Ilaqa Got, Indrahar Pass and then concludes at McLeodGanj. During the course, you will get enough height and get to see the astounding beauty of the Himalayan Range. For me, the views from the Indrahar Pass was something that you simply cannot forget in a lifetime. Nice trek overall and is a mixed bag for the trekkers.

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Story by Chaitan Pandey

 Rated : 5.0

This trek was one of the best for me in Himalayas. Though not recommended for the beginners, the experienced trekkers will find the Indrahar Pass route enthralling. Nice organisers, experience and skilled guides, and only 4 days of trekking; that's it! Lovely trek to get close to the Dhauladhar Rannge of the Himalayas.

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Story by Anjali Trivedi

 Rated : 5.0

Though Indrahar Pass trek is a short one, the challenges and terrains involved in it are really amazing. There are greater heights involved in the Indrahar Pass trek; make sure you are not scared of heights or try not to get prone to altitude sickness. I think, the trek guides can help you in this.

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Story by Som Agarwal

 Rated : 5.0

While on the Indrahar Pass trek, I literally got amazed by the beauty of the Himalayas; especially the Dhauladhar Range. What a beauty man! Besides trekking, you will also get to explore caves and ample of sightseeing options. The hikes were a bit challenging and prior trekking experience will prove to be a boon if you are planning for this one. Keep an eye on how you pack your bags; better consult with the organisers even before you start packing. You will surely enjoy this trek.

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Story by Chandra Acharya

 Rated : 5.0

All the four days of our Indrahar Pass trek involved an average of 4-6 hours of trekking through moderate to challenging terrains. Camping locations were really amazing. Lahesh Caves, Mc Leod Ganj, Ilaqa Got and all the mountain peaks we got to see were the rewards of this Indirahar Pass trek map. Great team members and support from the organisers made this trek much more exciting than I expected.

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Story by Chanakya Prajapat

 Rated : 5.0

We started the trek from McLeodganj at around a height of 1750m and on the first day started trekking to Triund. From there on the second day, we were really blown away with the beauty of the surrounding. Lahesh Caves was an awesome site and so was Ilaqa Got. On the third day, we were on our way to complete our Indrahar Pass route. Climbed up to 4300m and after reaching the pass, we got to witness the opulent beauty of the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas. Fourth day was about trekking back to Mc Leod Ganj and conclude the trek. I must mention the trek guides as they really never hesitated to come forward and help us in every possible ways. Their great team of guides and instructors made the trek easy for us; thanks a bunch guys...would love to join another challenging trek with you soon!

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Story by Ritesh Talwar

 Rated : 5.0

For me, the third day was the most exciting part of the Indrahar Pass trek. From around 3,500m, we trekked to 4,300m to reach the pass. The entire trek was a bit tiring but once you make it to the pass, all your efforts prove to be fruitful. Throughout the trek, there were lots of option to marvel at the natural beauty and enjoy the views.

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Story by Ghanaanand Bandopadhyay

 Rated : 5.0

The Indrahar Pass route was about the magnificence of the Himalayas. The kind of views of the Dhauladhar Range that this trek offers are so awesome and refreshing. Terrains were a bit challenging but not so tough to overcome. Nice assistance from the trek facilitators along with the camping arrangements. Great experience in the Himalayas of Himachal Pradesh.

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Story by Anal Dwivedi

 Rated : 5.0

Indrahar Pass is a place that you just can't get over once you undertake a trekking here - at least for me I can say that. I'm still not able to get over my vacation blues. The place is so beautiful, cool and calm even the birds chirping feel like an invader in the prevailing silence. Had a great time, thanks to all the rest of the group members and our trek guise for making this a memorable experience.

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Story by Puneet Sinha

 Rated : 5.0

Wow, the views that you will get from Indrahar is much-much better than what you see on google or facebook. amazing place, a mighty excursion but I can assure all first timers its not that challenging and also the trek guide was such an amazing guy, he made sure everybody had a great time. Met a lot of interesting people...Lovely experience!

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Story by Gautam Shah

 Rated : 5.0

As they say 'better late than never!'...I was really late for the amazing Indrahar Pass trek, but after I completed it I was praising it for all the reasons. From the arrangements to the trekking routes, things were too captivating. Great trek staffs, group members and special assistance from team Thrillophilia.

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Story by Anusuya Mehrotra

 Rated : 5.0

Had awesome times while completing the Indrahar Pass trek last year. Joined it during the winter and got to witness the magical beauty of the snow. Hiking through the snow blanket was so fun and exciting. Terrains were pretty much challenging but with the way our trek guides assisted us, we were all set to grab all the thrills on the way.

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Story by Chitrali Kaur

 Rated : 5.0

Indrahar Pass trek is a must for everyone; I mean for those who wants to explore the magical beauty of the Himalayas and are also ready to overcome all the challenges on the way. Short and really challenging, the Indrahar Pass route will take you through some of the true marvels of nature.

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Story by Jagdeep Devar

 Rated : 4.0

Indrahar Pass Trek is a nice and a fun trek. It was well managed with a trek leader, a co-leader, and a safety guide for the trekkers to feel comfortable and safe. We had amazing time in the evening when we used to sing and dance around bonfire at the campsites. This trek gave me lot of new friends. One thing may be quality of food can be improved.

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Story by Aanand Shah

 Rated : 4.0

Indrahar is a damn beautiful place, its just that you need to put little efforts on maintaining your stamina throughout the trek. Also, acclimatization with the weather might take a little time but then that what adventure is for...right.

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Story by Gajbaahu Prajapat

 Rated : 4.0

Lovely trek. though it might get tricky at times but trust me guys once you start trekking you will not feel anything - no cramps no fatigue. For me, this trek was a completely refreshing experience and one of the best trip indeed.

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