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Triund Trek, Mcleodganj

2D/1N
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Day in
Leta Village
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Day in
Mcleodganj
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Breakfast Included
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Trekking
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Trip Highlights

  • Enjoy camping under the starlit sky with views of the snow-capped peaks on the adventurous Triund Trek. 

  • Experience the unique trail that ascends through dense oak, deodar, and rhododendron forests to alpine meadows and finally to the rugged terrain of the Himalayan peaks.

  • Get a thrilling experience as you reach the summit and witness the breathtaking views of the snow-capped Dhauladhar range and Kangra valley.

  • Witness the powerful BhagsuNag waterfalls, offering a refreshing and rejuvenating experience.

INR 999
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INR 1,200
4.6(10.8K)
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What’s inside the package?
Inclusions
1 night stay in Leta Village
Trek from Dharamshala to Triund
Downhill Trek to Mcleodganj
Activities
Dinner
Daily Breakfast
Permits
First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder
Trek equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (twin sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent, utensils and crampon (if required).
Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff
Exclusions
Expenses of a personal nature.
Meals not mentioned in the itinerary or inclusions

Know Before You Go

  • Since its difficult to provide all the facilities in the mountains, one must not expect luxuries. Electricity may be available only at a few locations.
  • Bonfire would be dependent on weather conditions.
  • In case of bad weather any Govt restriction, the campsite location might change to Dharamkot.
  • The management reserves all the right to modify the triund trek during any emergencies or natural calamities.
  • The Triund trek takes place through an eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites. Travellers littering may be fined.
  • Children below the age of 7 years are not recommended for Triund trek.
  • It is recommended to carry season wise clothes and the right kind of shoes for the Triund trek.
  • Take your time adjusting to high altitudes, as the weather conditions can be different from lower areas.
  • Listen to your trek leaders or instructors carefully for a safe and enjoyable experience.
  • Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the tour.
  • Please carry a valid ID proof.
  • No bill will be reimbursed for any missed service/facility.
  • Keep your luggage minimum; the more you carry, the more you hassle.
  • Any personal expenses, items of personal nature, meals not mentioned, etc. will not be in part of the package.
  • Mobile & laptop charging points may/may not be available on campsites at a common point.
  • Avoid using plastic bags and maintain the ecological balance of the destinations.
  • It is recommended to carry enough warm clothes and the right kind of shoes for the trek.
  • Please note that in the event of emergencies or natural calamities, the management reserves the right to modify the trek itinerary. However, any changes due to circumstances beyond our control is not covered in the package cost.

Additional Information

About The Triund Trek:

Start on an unforgettable journey with Thrillophilia's Triund Trek package to experience a mesmerising adventure. The trek takes you through the dense forests of Oak and Rhododendron, leading you to the awe-inspiring views of the Dhauladhar range. This carefully curated trek leads you through natural trials, providing stunning views of the Kangra Valley.

As the day unfolds, prepare to be captivated by the stunning sunset that adorns the sky in vibrant hues of orange and pink. With Thrillophilia, immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the Himalayas, enjoying an ideal getaway with peace and adventure. Join us on this journey to discover the serene beauty and exhilarating challenges of the Triund Trek Dharamshala, for an experience etched in your memory forever..

Triund Trek Quick Facts:

Start/ End Point of the Trek: Bhagsu Naag taxi stand

Duration: 2D/1N

Triund Trek Distance: 14 Kms

Triund Trek Height: 9350 feet

ATM: Last ATM is in McLeod Ganj

Mobile Network: BSNL/Vodafone works the best in these areas

Trekking Gradient: Easy To Moderate 

Triund Trek Best Time: March till December

Triund Trek Package Inclusions:

Accommodation in Dome tents on sharing basis

Meals while on trek Dinner and Breakfast (Veg.)

All necessary permits 

First aid medical kits and stretcher

Professional Trek Leader (Mountaineering qualified), Guide, and Support staff.

Available Group Departures:

➔ May: 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 22, 29

➔ June: 1, 5

➔ Sep: 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26

➔ Oct: 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31

➔ Nov: 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28

➔ Dec: 4, 5, 11, 12, 17, 18, 22

Note: Customization available

How to Reach:

The Triund Trek itinerary begins at McLeodGanj, which serves as the starting point of this exciting trail. From there you can take a short 25-minute walk, take a taxi, or an auto ride to Dharamkot. Dharamkot is the base camp for the Triund Trek and is located 3 kilometres from McLeod Ganj.

By Air: The nearest airport to McLeod Ganj is the Gaggal Airport in Dharamshala, which is located around 21.9 kilometres away. Upon arrival, you can take a taxi or a bus to McLeod Ganj, which takes around 40 minutes to 1.5 hours. You can take a connecting flight from various cities in India to Gaggal Airport, also known as Kangra Airport.

By Train: Pathankot Railway Station is the nearest major railway station to McLeodganj, located approximately 90 kilometres away. Regular trains operate between Pathankot and major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Ahmedabad, making it a convenient option to reach McLeodganj. Taxis, buses, and shared vehicles are easily available from Pathankot, taking approximately 3-4 hours to reach McLeodGanj.

By Road: McLeod Ganj is well-connected to cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, Shimla, and Haridwar by road. You can choose to drive your car, rent a taxi, or even take a private as well as public bus ride to reach McLeodGanj. From Delhi, the journey is around 495 kilometres, and a bus ride takes anywhere between 11 to 12 hours. Once you reach McLeodganj, you can hire a taxi, or an auto, or walk from the bus stand to reach Dharamkot.

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What is the best time to go for Triund Trek?

The best time to go on the Triund Trek is from March to June, and September to November. These months offer clear skies with pleasant weather and minimal rainfall, making it ideal to book our Triund Trek package. During spring, the trail is adorned with blossoms, while autumn presents a clear atmosphere, providing stunning views of the Dhauladhar ranges. Additionally, the night-time temperatures are comfortable, enhancing the camping experience under the starlit Himalayan sky.

How much does it cost to trek Triund?

The Triund Trek cost typically ranges from INR 845 to INR 1100, per person. This package includes accommodation in dome/alpine tents, sleeping bags, vegetarian meals, trekking and camping services, a bonfire, and the guidance of a friendly and experienced trekking guide. It covers all essential amenities, from clean drinking water to first-aid kits, thereby ensuring a hassle-free trekking experience.

What is Triund famous for?

Triund hill is also called as the crown jewel of Dharamshala. It is located in the laps of Dhauladhar Mountains, surrounded by Kangra Valley on one end and the Dhauladhar place on the other. Triund is widely famous for its adventurous activities in India, where solo travellers, wanderers, and nature enthusiasts reach this amazing spot to get a perfect holiday getaway. When it comes to trekking, the difficulty level is easy to moderate which attracts all levels of trekkers to this place. However, the first five kilometres is very easy to go, but the last one KM is a bit challenging yet exhilarating. It is also called as the “22 curves” because it contains 22 awesome curves before one reaches the Triund. Since Triund is nestled in various mountain ranges, one can also enjoy the nearest tourist attractions including Lake Glacier trekking, and Indrahar Pass trek.

What is the maximum altitude of Triund Trek?

The maximum altitude of the Triund peak is almost 9350 feet above the ground from where you can gape at the bounties of the Dhauladhar range and delight your eyes.

How is Triund Trek weather?

Triund's weather offers clear skies and pleasant weather for most of the year, promising a delightful trekking experience. The winter paints the landscape in white, while spring unfurls a variety of colours. The autumn welcomes a warm ambience with yellow-orange leaves and the summers are as vibrant as ever. During the monsoon season, while the trail comes alive with vibrant greenery, trekkers should be mindful of occasional showers and prepare accordingly for a safe experience.

What is the difficulty level of Triund Trek?

The Triund Trek is considered to be easy, making it suitable for all kinds of trekkers. The trail starts with gentle inclines and then gradually progresses to steep ascents. This gradual increase in difficulty allows trekkers to adapt to the terrain, making it ideal for beginners and experienced hikers alike. It is a welcoming choice for those seeking an enjoyable Himalayan trekking experience.

What activities are included in Triund trek?

1. Marvel at the BhagsuNag Waterfall:  As part of the McLeodganj Triund Trek package, you will have the opportunity to witness the majestic BhagsuNag Waterfall. This captivating natural wonder is the highest waterfall in McLeodganj, and it offers a refreshing stop along the trek. 

2. Witness the Dhauladhar Mountains: The Triund Trek provides trekkers with the chance to witness the awe-inspiring Dhauladhar mountains up close. These rugged peaks are a prominent feature of the landscape, offering breathtaking panoramic views throughout the trek. 

3. Camp in Leta Village: Leta Village, situated along the trail, is an ideal spot for camping. Trekkers can experience the tranquillity of the Himalayas by setting up camp amidst the serene surroundings. This activity can be included within your Triund Trek prices.

4. Enjoy the Sunrise at the Top: One of the most enchanting experiences on the Triund Trek is witnessing the sunrise from the top. As dawn breaks, the sky transforms into a canvas of vibrant colours, casting a warm glow over the landscape.

What do you wear to a Triund Trek?

When going for the Triund trek, you must know that you will be facing colder climatic conditions, therefore your clothing needs to be warm. From fleece jackets to layer-able clothes, these items are a must. You should bring woolen clothes while making sure that you pack extra. In addition to this, items like woolen caps, gloves, socks, etc are also a must. 

Which type of shoes should I carry on the trek to Triund?

A good trekking shoe is a must for your trek. While you are heading for this trek, choose trekking shoes that are flexible and have good ankle support. Also, see that they are water-resistant. Quechua Forclaz 100 high will be a good option for you.

What kind of physical fitness will be required to do trekking in Triund?

The trek is not very difficult, but there are tricky trails as well which requires climbing in deep snow. But for that, you need to prepare yourself. For this, you can start jogging every day and then do cycling for some time. Always take the stairs without any breaks which will help you to keep fit.

Also, start with brisk 10 minutes walk every day and then some physical exercise like stretching. You can also do some yoga every day to regulate your breathing properly.

What is the total trek distance of Triund Trek?

The total trek distance of Triund Trek is 14 kilometers. In general, it takes the trekkers around 4 to 5 hours to cover this entire distance and reach the summit.

How long does it take to trek Triund?

The Triund Trek spans approximately 9 kilometres, from Dharamkot to the stunning Triund top, making it a one-day trek. The trail encompasses diverse landscapes, from dense forests to steep ascents, offering trekkers a rewarding and exhilarating experience. It can be completed in 4 to 6 hours, depending upon your individual pace and breaks in between.

Is Triund open all year around?

Yes, Triund is open all year around. But one can avoid trekking activity during the monsoon season. At that time, the rocks will be slippery in some places. Moreover, the place is kept closed when there is heavy snowfall. If you’re a professionally-trained trekker, you can try this Triund trekking trail at any time.

Is camping allowed in Triund?

Yes, camping is allowed in Triund. You can stay here overnight in tents with your friends or solo. Camping is one of the best parts of the Triund trek as tourists can enjoy gazing at the glittering stars, listening to the exotic animals, and feeling the calmness of the place while camping here.

Is Triund Trek safe for beginners?

Yes, Triund Trek Thrillophilia is safe for beginners as it is one of the most sought-after treks when it comes to naming a trek for beginners. This is a small 14 km trek that can be completed easily as the terrain is quite an easy one. On the notch, it gets a little difficult but is doable for everyone.

Is there snowfall in Triund?

Yes, there is snowfall in Triund in the chilling months of winter. If you want to experience the Triund trek amidst the snowfall, the best time you plan the itinerary in the months of January and February. The coldly white snowfall makes the Triund trekking experience more captivating. However, the Triund trek in winter along with snowfall becomes slightly challenging, especially for novice trekkers.

Can Triund be my first trek?

Yes, Triund can be your first trek as it is considered one of the easiest Himalayan treks for beginners. Many travelers have had made their first trekking experience in Triund. Trekking in Triund is an absolute snow paradise for first-time trekkers. The landscape is mixed with fun and excitement, makes you stun with its exquisite views.

Is Triund Trek safe?

Triund Trek is referred to as one of the safest treks in Himachal, rather says, the Himalayas. Trekkers will always find people on the way through the entire Triund Trek distance. There are no such incidents of robbery or like that reported till date.

Moreover, the locals are very supportive and they always make you feel welcome. Also, no wild animals are found during the Triund Trekking. So, it is absolutely safe and solo travelers can also go for it.

How to reach Triund Trek from Chandigarh?

By Bus: A number of direct buses run regularly from Chandigarh to Mcleodganj, which is considered to be the base camp for Triund Trek.

By Train: There is no direct train to Mcleodganj from Chandigarh. You can take a train from Chandigarh to Jalandhar. Upon reaching Jalandhar, you can take a taxi to reach McleodGanj, from where the Triund Trek will start.

How to reach Triund from Delhi?

The total distance from Delhi to Triund is 480 KM. If you’re planning for the Triund Trek from Delhi, you have to reach McLeodganj first. The reporting location for the trek is in Dharmkot, just 10 KM away from McLeoganj.

By Flight – The nearest airport to McLeodganj is Gaggal. You need to take a flight from Delhi to Dharamshala, again flight travel from Dharamshala to Gaggal.

By Rail – The closest railway station to McLeodganj is Pathankot railway station. There are direct trains running between Delhi and Pathankot.

By Road – You can take a bus ride from Delhi to Dharamshala or McLeodganj directly. From there, there are many Volvo buses available at your convenience to reach the location. From McLeodganj, tourists generally go by walk to reach the basecamp, or by taking a private taxi.

Can we visit Triund Trek in December?

Yes, you can go for Triund Trek in the month of December. During the winter month, Triund Trek receives snowfall, which usually attracts snow lovers.

Is Triund trek open in October?

Yes, Triund trek can be done in October. To be precise, October is one of the best months to experience the trek. The weather is found very pleasant in October and without any interruption, you can easily conclude the trek by evening.

Can Triund trek be done in one day?

Since you will be trekking for a distance of 14 KM to reach an elevation of 9350 ft, you might not be able to cover the whole trek in a single day. It is at all times advisable to keep hurried aside and take full advantage of the trek by spending a night camping amidst the serene surroundings. 

What should I bring to a Triund Trek?

Triund Trek is considered as one of the easiest and safest trekking trails in the Himalayas. However, that does not mean you should visit the place with empty hands. Along with your high energy, trekkers should bring the below-mentioned stuff to Triund Trek:

  • Warm clothes
  • Trekking shoes
  • Extra pair of socks
  • Camera
  • Skin moisturisers and sunscreen lotion
  • Umbrella or raincoat
  • Mosquito repellent cream or lotion
  • Sunglass and caps
  • Personal stuff
  • Personal medicines
  • Flashlight with extra batteries
  • Water bottles

What are the places to visit near Triund?

  1. Bhagsu Falls: Lying near the Bhagsu village, Bhagsu Falls is a magnificent waterfall, cascading from an elevation of around 30 feet above sea level.
  2. Kareri River: Flanked by towering mountains covered with alpine trees, Kareri River is created by the waters melting from the Mankini Peak.
  3. Guna Devi Temple: Situated in Guna and perched at an elevation of around 2,310 meters above sea level, the Guna Devi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali.
  4. Laka Glacier: Perched at an elevation of around 10,600 feet above sea level, Laka Glacier lets you trek through a spectacular trail covered with oak trees and rhododendron bushes.

Which are the other treks in Dharamshala and McLeodganj?

Treks in Dharamshala and McLeodganj include:

  • Trek to Kareri Lake: Located 9 KM away from Dharamshala City, a trek to this lake will take you through a forest filled with pine and oak trees. The trail consists of many rocky and steep areas, thus make sure you are properly geared up.
  • Bhagsu Nag: This short and refreshing trek will take you towards the bird eye view of the whole Bhagsu village. This trek will take you towards 2 main locations, one of which is a gushing waterfall and the other is a Shiva Temple.
  • Trek to Shri Guna Devi Mandir: Located 13 KM away from both Dharamshala and McLeodganj, this 4KM long walking trail will lead you to the most scenic views. Being a one day hike, this is the favourite trail of many tourists here.

Which are the other best Himachal treks that we can book from Thrillophilia?

Here is the list of best treks in Himachal that you can book from Thrillophilia:

  1. Bhrigu Lake Trek
  2. Beas Kund Trek
  3. Prashar Lake Trek
  4. Kheerganga Trek
  5. Pin Parvati Trek