Duration: 1 Night 2 Days | 2 Nights 3 Days | 3 Nights 4 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Place: Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India
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Categories: Destinations, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India, Trekking
Tags: Trekking in Dharamshala, Trekking in Himachal, Trekking in Mcleodganj, Triund Trek
Triund Trek is a 9 kilometers easy trek for the beginners and starts from McLeodganj. The first 7 kilometers of the trek is a gradual incline, however the last 2 kilometers after crossing the Snowline Café involve a steep climb all the way till Triund (2,975 metres). Triund is situated in the Dhauladhar Himalayas and is very famous among the foreign tourists.
What is included in the tour
All Meals during the trek, i.e. Packed Lunch, Evening Tea & Snacks, Dinner and Breakfast.
Common rest room facilities at the Base Camp at Mcleodganj
Camp accommodation on sharing basis.
Common Toilet Tents
Government & Forest Department Permits
What is NOT included in the tour
Transport of any kind.
No extra meal other than mentioned in plan.
Hot Water Bath facility in Private Bathroom at an extra price of Rs. 100 per person at Base Camp.
Expenses arising out of any unforeseen circumstances like rain.
land slides and situations beyond our control.
Expenses during transport.
Cost incurred due to on-site customization/alteration.
Travel& Medical Insurance.
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Day 1: Mcleodganj to Triund (2875m/ 9 km) : Arrive Mcleodganj before 9:00 AM and get fresh at our Base Camp. After Briefing, we will start the trek from McLeod Ganj via Dharamkot Village, which is a small semi-nomadic village inhabited by Gaddi Shepherds. The trail goes through a mixed wood of Himalayan Cedar, Rhododendron and Oak trees. Triund is situated on a ridge from where one can see breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar Mountain Range to the north and of the Kangra Valley to the south. We will pitch our tents at Triund for the overnight stay.
Day 2: Triund to Mcleod Ganj: The finest stretch during this trekking in the mountains would be the return journey back to Dharamsala. We would pass through the Bhagsu Nag Temple. McLeod Ganj is 2 kilometers from here
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WHY TO CHOOSE US?
TRIUND Package is generally sold by two type of operators. One by the Local Tea Shops and second by qualified professional operators. There is always a big difference in the quality of equipment (tents, sleeping bags, mats etc.), quality of food, level of professionalism and level of hospitality. So the price also varies accordingly. We are the only operator who provide you the best quality at lowest possible price. Our professionalism, hospitality and quality is higher, but we manage to sell our packages at a price lower than the price sold by other professional operators. Some of the key points which makes us different than the others:
Better quality of food and equipment at lowest possible price.
Higher level of professionalism and hospitality at no extra cost.
Our Experienced and Qualified Team Leaders and supporting staff ensure your safety and the best experience.
Free Parking for your vehicles at our base camp.
Free Luggage room to leave your extra stuff at our base camp.
Free Rest-room to get fresh on Day 1 before starting the trek at base camp. So If you plan to do night travel and want to start the trek in the morning, you don’t need to book a hotel to freshen-up.
THINGS TO CARRY:
Comfortable trekking pants, T-Shirts and Jackets – Windproof with hood preferable to keep you warm from the cold wind.
Sweaters must be full sleeves and woolen plus, Dry Socks 3 or 4 pairs. Muffler is optional.
Good Quality Trekking shoes with thick rubber soles.
Raincoat or Rain Poncho.
Sun Cap, Sunglasses, Lightweight Towel and Water Bottle,
Lip Balm, Sun block, Mosquito repellent.
Light Torch with extra batteries.
Medicines (if requiring any specific medication), Personal toiletries.
.How To Reach Manali by Air
Bhuntar airport located at a distance of 52 km from Manali and is the gateway to this region. Tourists who prefer and can afford to fly cut down on travel time hugely and thus can have a lot more time to enjoy Manali. Flights are available from all the major cities.
How To Reach Manali By Railway
Jogindernagar railway station is the nearest rail head to Manali that connects the hill station with several important cities of the country. Chandigarh and Ambala are other options to reach Manali by train. The nearest Railway Station for Manali are at Chandigarh (350 km.) Kalka, and Ambala (360 km).
How To Reach Manali By Bus
Manali is very well-connected to important tourist destinations like Leh, Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala and New Delhi by means of a network of state-run as well as private buses. The bus journey from Delhi to Manali is 550 kilometres, and it is advisable to book your tickets in the air-conditioned Volvo coaches, as the buses are more comfortable than ordinary ones, keeping in mind the long distance of the journey.
How To Reach Manali by Road/Self Drive
The drive up to Manali is simply breathtaking! You can catch scenic glimpses of the adjoining mountains and valleys from almost every turn that the twisty uphill road throws you in. Though a lot of tourists prefer a self-drive up to Manali, it is advisable to hire a taxi in case you are not comfortable with driving in mountainous regions.