Min. 2 pax
McLeodganj is base for many popular long and short treks. Triund trekking is an adventure and nature lover’s paradise. Triund is 9km(one side/4 to 5 hours) from Mcleodganj. In such short time it takes you from the city life to a different world. Triund is a magical place in itself! The first glimpse of this amazing grass top ridge.Triund is Situated height of cover 28,00 meters.
Meet and Greet with our guide at Mcleodganj in the morning. After briefing, we start our trek leisurely. Our trekroute will be – McLeodganj > Dharamkot > Galu Temple > Triund. It’s an easy to moderate 9 kms trek and takes 5-6 hours of mesmerizing trail to reach the top. Reach at the top by afternoon. Have fresh lunch at Triund. Relax and enjoy the amazing views Triund offers. Then we make our way back to Mcleodganj. Reach back by evening.
Triund day hike, It’s only run on private custom basis on date of your choice.
Every adventure has its own set of risks and precaution one needs to take.
Triund Trek is a beginners easy-grade trek. But the same makes it risky because many first timers come who are unaware of the basic risks in adventure.
Risks in a fine weather day can be pain in the legs due to fatigue, injury due to slip or fall. Mountains can also present harsher climates which include heavy storm and rainfall, snowfall etc. They may add risk to the route.
Triund is a relatively easy to intermediate trek depending on your fitness/age/experience. Especially up to Triund, the trek is very well marked and there are large number of tourists so it’s not a problem in terms of route.
To get from Dharamshala the easiest route is follow directions from Delhi. You can also get there on overnight buses from Manali,Amritsar and Shimla .McLeod Ganj is located approximately 10 kilometers away from Dharamshala and is accessible by frequent buses and taxis.
Yes, sure. we have small office in Mcleodganj. you can leave your luggage. But please make sure that it is as compact as possible to have space for others too. Also, Avoid any valuable in the bag and secure it nicely. At the end, responsibility lies with the keeper.