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Top Reviews Of Triund Trek


Bishal Hazarika


One amazing experience. Every nature lover must opt for this trek. Breathtaking views and absolutely bliss.


Pooja Sabarwal


31 Dec 2019 always memorable for me just because of this trip. It was my first experience on hills specially on trekking. Our guide Mannu Sharma such a...

Triund Trek Overview

Start/End Point: Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand

Start/End Time: 09:000 AM (Day1) & 12:00 PM (Day2)

Camp Location: Leta/Mana village Village (2.5 km before Triund)

About Triund:

- Triund is the easiest Himalayan trek. With breathtaking views of the Kangra valley and the snow covered Dhauladhar ranges, it is also very picturesque.

- Triund is the ideal destination for those seeking a hassle-free taste of trekking in the Himalayas. The trek can easily be done over a weekend.

- The trail to Triund is short but steep. The steep climb is well-compensated by refreshing walks amongst rhododendron and oak trees. There are also various songbirds in the forests along the trail which make it a birdwatcher’s delight.

About the Triund Trek:

- Get a chance to witness the many small hamlets and stream through the trek to Triund.
- Feast your eyes at the majestic view of the Dhauladhar ranges on one side and Kangra valley on the other
- Enjoy camping at a high summit and the clear night sky under the billions of stars. 
- Also, enjoy a small bonfire with your friends and the other trekkers in Alpine tents on double/triple sharing basis.
- Trek through some of the most beautiful forests of alpine and fir, Rhododendron and Oak.
- Get a chance to witness the rare flora and fauna of this region as you continue your Triund trek.
- Also, taste the local cuisine of this region while you head out for the trek to Triund.

Quick Facts:

Trekking Distance: 10 km 
Maximum Altitude: 9,432 ft 
Difficulty Level: Easy 
Electricity: Electricity is available at the campsite
ATM: Mcleodganj is the last point where you will find an ATM
Trekking Gradient: Steep throughout the trail

How to reach the campsite?

You have to report at Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand which is the starting point of the trek and it is around 3 km from Mcleodganj. Many local transports and private cabs are available from Mcleodganj to reach Bhagsu Nag.

Note: If the snow at the top of base camp is beyond the operator's control, the camping for the day will be organized in Dharamkot instead.

Triund Trek Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Mcleodganj to Triund (2875 metres / 9 KM / 4 Hours)

    Report at the Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand before 09:00 AM and start the trek to Triund.

    It is a beautiful walk through mixed forests of deodar, oak, and rhododendron.

    In the meanwhile, you can opt for an additional lunch.

    Triund is situated on a ridge with a beautiful view of whole Kangra valley on one side and the Dhauladhar mountain range on the other.

    Trek down towards camps at Leta village for overnight stay.

    Check into the camps at Leta Village (In case of Bad weather or Govt restriction, the campsite location will be Dharamkot)

    Have Bonfire which would last for 1.5 to 2 Hours only.

    Have a vegetarian dinner.

    Overnight stay in your camps.

  • Day 2 - Triund to Mcleodganj and Departure (9 KM / 3 Hours)

    Wake up to a mesmerizing sunrise and check out from camps after breakfast.

    Start trekking back from the camp located at Leta to end your experience of a trek to Triund.


  • Accommodation in domed tents with common washroom on double/triple/quad sharing basis in Leta/ Mana village.


  • Vegetarian Meals.
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  • Dinner on Day 1
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  • Breakfast on Day 2


  • Trekking
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  • Camping
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  • Basic Yoga session
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  • Bonfire with light music

Other Inclusions

  • All necessary permits and entry fees for the trek
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  • All the necessary trek equipment like tent, sleeping bag etc.
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  • First Aid Kit
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  • Trek Guide

Things To Carry

  • Thrillophilia Voucher
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  • Flashlight (with spare batteries)
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  • Warm and comfortable clothes
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  • Good quality trekking shoes, slippers and extra pair of socks
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  • Sunscreen lotion or any other skin moisturizers
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  • Water bottles, trendy backpack and energy bars/snacks
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  • A pair of sunglasses and camera
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  • Caps or hats
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  • Personal toiletries and basic medication (if any)
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  • Flashlight (with spare batteries)
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  • Insect repellent and emergency medical kit


  • Children below the age of 7 years are not recommended for this trek.
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  • The customer needs to contact the operator to avoid any hassles.
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  • Dual sharing tents will be available at an additional price.
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  • The heavy rainfall at the top of Triund is beyond the operator's control, the camping for the day will be organized in Dharamkot instead.
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  • Do carry your quilt/blanket as well for convenience.
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  • Water/Juices are charged on site so please do carry them, if possible
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  • Best time to camp at Triund is after mid-march, in case of extreme weather and rainfall in months{mid May, June and Julyl} of a year day trek is provided and stay is provided in Mcleodganj.
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  • Any meals or transfers not mentioned in the itinerary are not included in the package cost
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  • Any personal expenses or items of personal nature will not be in part fo the deal
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  • The management reserves all the right to modify the trek during any emergencies or natural calamities.
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  • The trekkers must abide by the advice and instructions of the trek leaders.
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  • Any no show or changes in the trek due to extreme climatic conditions, the package will not qualify for any refund policy.
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  • Overnight stay will be provided around 2km below the Triund top due to restriction from Authorities.
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  • On Rush days, couple of tents might be chargeable. The package includes the price of multiple sharing tents.
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  • Rescheduling Policy - 30% of the booking value will be charged as a rescheduling fee incase if the customer wants to reschedule their booking before 2 days of the date of travel. After or on date of travel booking will not be rescheduled.

Tour Type

  • This is a group tour

Triund Trek: Cancellation Policy

  • If cancellations are made 15 days before the start date of the trip, 30% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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  • If cancellations are made within 7-15 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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  • If cancellations are made within 0-7 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
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  • Cancellations are strictly subjected to cancellation policies mentioned on the website & are irrespective of the date of booking.
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  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain trips or activities may get cancelled. In such cases operator will try their best to provide an alternate feasible. However a cash refund will not be applicable for the same.

Triund Trek: Refund Policy

  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days
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  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveller's thrillophilia wallet as Thrillcash

Triund Trek: Booking Confirmation Policy

  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 12 hours of successful booking
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  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
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  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.
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    Story by Bishal Hazarika

     Rated : 4.0


    One amazing experience. Every nature lover must opt for this trek. Breathtaking views and absolutely bliss.

    Story by Pooja Sabarwal

     Rated : 5.0

    31 Dec 2019 always memorable for me just because of this trip. It was my first experience on hills specially on trekking. Our guide Mannu Sharma such a nice person. Just like our family he take care of everything. Wonderful experience with wonderful peoples.

    Story by Yogananda Sree

     Rated : 5.0

    My trip to triund was super. The guide Mukesh was friendly and fun company. Guided very well. Bit disappointed that I couldn't stay there due to bad weather but the accommodation provided to me was simply superb . Environment friendly and peace loving. Food was simply superb and hospitality was excellent. Will once again visit in future.

    Story by Jagruti Nawale

     Rated : 5.0

    This was my first trek and I'm so glad I opt it. In triund is all the nature you can experience at once. The cold breeze, the mountains, the water, the trees, the rocks (they are real beauty of the trek), the clouds/fog, the animals, the people, everything about triund is special. The views were breathtaking, I wanted to capture everything I could in my camera. This is one of a hell experience you should not miss. The camping arrangement was nice. They provide you good tents, sleeping bags, nice and clean. We got snacks and meals and even breakfast and it was unexpectedly awesome. You get less options but you get to choose what you will be eating. This experience made me fall in love with trekking.

    Story by Oindrila Bhattacharya

     Rated : 5.0

    First trek experience with friends, couldn't be any better option than thrillpphilia. Best vender and guide assigned. Best deals in this price. From food to facilities everything was as promised. We were 2 girls in group and it's totally safe for girls.

    Story by Mayank Yaduvanshi

     Rated : 5.0

    This is our 2nd trek on triund. Recommanded trek for the amazing views. We went on 23 jan 2021 and enjoyed the beautiful mountains with the lovely snowfall (that's what we went there for the second time). If you go in around September you may also experience the breathtaking views from triund top and bhagsunag waterfall.

    Story by Yogananda Sree

     Rated : 5.0

    It was just amazing

    Story by Himanshu Gupta

     Rated : 5.0


    it was a great experience

    Story by Apoorv Goyal

     Rated : 5.0

    Great experience! We started off near Bhagsu Waterfall where we met our group and guide. The views of the waterfall and the valleys are mesmerising, but that's when it gets difficult. It's pretty much a steep trek throughout from the start up until top but the beautiful views, the small breaks, having fun with your group and the nature makes the time pass away really quickly and the snow-line view is totally worth it! You can easily aim to reach the top within 5 hours, but could take longer. Make sure you have lots of water. You can easily get them on the stalls in the basecamp or at the top. Thrillophilia will make sure your experience is smooth! After the long tiring day when you return to the base camp, the hot dinner would feel heavenly. The bonfire after the dinner would be the time to mingle with your group and make memories for life! Overall, a trip that is a must try! Good luck and thanks to the Thrillophilia team for such an experience!

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    Story by PARUL SHARMA

     Rated : 5.0


    The All 5 Stars goes For Mr. Rohit(Guide). He was amazing & Very good guide Also Very Helpful. Camp Arrangements Also very Fine. But Stay Location is very Far from the triund hill. Which was Spoiled Our Moods


    People Also Ask About Triund Trek

    1. What is the best time to go for Triund Trek?

      The best time to visit Triund is during the month of March to June. The weather remains very cosy and comfortable with clear views. The weather in Triund is cool and comfortable around the year, except for chilly winter months.

    2. What activities are included in Triund trek?

      Triund trek offers the best views of the hilly panoramic ranges of the Kangra Valley and the snow-laden Dhauladhar ranges. The presence of the vast forest stretches of the fir, alpine, oak, and rhododendron trees makes this place a perfect fit to undertake nature trails.

      Your day 1 adventure itself comprises yoga sessions where you can learn how to communicate and be one with your inner soul. Camping in alpine tents adds more adventurous flavors to your Triund trekking experience. Every night, you can indulge in group activities around a lit bonfire with light music being played in the background.

    3. Can we consume alcohol in Triund trek, in case of the excessive cold?

      No. You cannot consume alcohol during your Triund trekking experience, not during the period of excessive cold. In fact, you can't even carry alcohol along with you.

    4. Is camping allowed in Triund trek?

      Yes, camping is allowed in Triund trek. In fact, Thrillophilia offers alpine tent camping experience to all their trekking enthusiasts. These tents are available on triple sharing basis. Besides, you will even witness toilet camps being pitched at the exact campsite.

    5. What is the difficulty level of Triund Trek?

      The trek difficulty is from easy to moderate. The trek involves gradual to steep ascents that beginners too can easily take it. The first 5 km is simple and is easy.

    6. 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.

    7. Can I have liquor or smoke while we're on the Triund Trek?

      No, drinking and smoking are not recommended during the trek. As you will be trekking to a high altitude drinking and smoking will affect your breathing conditions.

    8. How is Triund Trek weather?

      The weather in Triund is cool and comfortable around the year, except for chilly winter months. During the month of January and February, there is heavy snowfall and the trekking routes are cut off during that time.

    9. Is Diamox is advisable at Triund Trek?

      Trekking in Triund is quite suitable for people who are beginners and you can easily acclimatize the altitude. But if you find any symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) which includes a headache, nausea and vomiting then inform your trek leader. 

    10. What are washroom/toilet facilities on the Triund Trek Package?

      While on your Triund trek, we provide toilet tents that are waterproof. There will be 2/ 4tents depending on the size of the group. The toilet tents will have a deep pit for your nature calls. You will also have a mound of soil and a shovel to cover it up. This is the most hygiene way for you in the wild. Also, toilet paper is the advisable instead of wet wipes.

    11. 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.

    12. How to reach Triund Trek Basecamp?

      To reach Triund Trek Basecamp, one should come to McLeodganj first.

      By road
      – One can take a direct bus from Delhi or Chandigarh, and arrive at McLeodganj.

      By flight
      – Gaggal is the nearest airport to McLeodganj. One can fly to Dharamshala, and take another flight to Gaggal from there.

      By rail
      – Pathankot has the closest railway station to McLeodganj.

      From there, there are many local means of transport available. The reporting location for the trek is in Dharamkot, just 10 km away from McLeodganj. From McLeodganj, tourists generally go by walk to reach the basecamp, or by taking a private taxi.

    13. 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.

    14. Can Triund Trek Booking be done in one day?

      Since the total distance and difficulty level of the Triund trek is less when compared to other places, one can finish the trekking in one day. But if you want to enjoy the full beauty of Triund, a one-day stopover is a must. Night camping at the hilltop gives utmost pleasure to the nature lovers.

    15. Can Triund be my first trek?

      Yes, Triund can be your first trek as it is considered as 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.

    16. What is the total trek distance of Triund Trek?

      The total trek distance to reach Triund top is 9 km. It takes only 4 – 5 hours journey time from the base camp to reach the destination. In this 9 km, the last 1 kilometer is slightly steep, so that one may take some extra time to finish it.

    17. Is Triund Trek safe for beginners?

      Yes, Triund Trek Thrillophilia is safe for beginners as it is one of the most sought after trek when it comes to naming a trek for the beginners. This is a small 9 km trek that can be completed in 4-5 hours and the terrain is quite an easy one. On the notch, it gets a little difficult but is doable for everyone.

    18. What is the overnight stay option at Triund Trek?

      The best part of Triund Trekking is spending time at night with friends or solo. Here, you can gaze the glittering stars, listen to the sound of exotic animals, and embrace the cold winds endlessly. For accommodation, tents will be provided on a sharing basis.

      Trekkers have a pleasant conversation with their close ones and cherish their memories. However, when the snowfall at the top of the hill is more than anticipated and beyond the operator’s control then the camping will be arranged in Dharamkot in order to prevent any mishap.

    19. 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 kilometre 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, nd Indrahar Pass Trek.

    20. 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.

    21. Will meals and water included in the Triund Trek package?

      Dinner and breakfast are included in the package. On Day 1 of the itinerary, you can have a nice lunch while on your trail, followed by dinner after arriving at the desired spot. After a night stay, you can enjoy the morning breakfast before checking out of the camp. All the meals are vegetarian.

    22. What is the starting and ending point of the Triund Trek?

      In the Triund Trek, the starting and ending point is McLeodganj. One needs to report at the Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand before 10.00 am to start the trekking. Similarly, after having the morning breakfast, the trekking trail gets completed once you reach the base camp located at Chola.

    23. What is the minimum group size to avail Triund Trek package?

      If you couldn’t find any companion to avail the package, don’t worry. You can join our Triund group departures with other trekkers. Until you carry all essential trekking items such as shoes, jackets, gloves, and shades, you are good to go and spend your weekend delightfully.

    24. Are Pickup and Drop facilities available from Delhi for Triund Trek?

      This trek offers two options as mentioned below:

      Variant 1: 
      Triund Trek from Mcleodganj

      Variant 2: 
      Triund Trek from Delhi with Volvo Bus Tickets

    25. Is Triund Trek safe for Solo travellers and female travellers?

      The trek is fully safe and secure for both solo and female travellers. As an organisation, we take additional care of female and solo travellers and make sure they are comfortable throughout the trail. Furthermore, we provide separate accommodation to men and women on request. So, there are no more worries about safety for solo and female travellers.

    26. What is the maximum altitude of Triund Trek?

      The maximum altitude of the Triund peak is almost 9,432 feet above the ground from where you can gape at the bounties of the Dhauladhar range and delight your eyes. One can trek to the SnowLine cafe that is the halfway point of the trek and after that head to the notch after taking a small break.

    27. Is Triund Trek dangerous?

      No, the Triund Trek is a safe trek and is not dangerous in any aspect be it the terrain or avalanches. Apart from this, there is a cafe at the half-point where you can also seek basic medical facilities.

    28. What is the total distance of Triund Trek?

      The beautiful Triund trek takes you to the beauties of Dhauladhar range and to reach to the peak you’ll have to trek for about 9 km one way from Mcleodganj. This one is not a difficult nut to crack as the terrain is an easy one with a short distance trek as a plus.

    29. Is there snowfall in Triund?

      Yes, there is snowfall in Triund in the chilling months of winter. If you want to experience Triund Trek amidst of 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 the novice trekkers.

    30. Is there a network in Triund?

      There is a chance to have cellular network connectivity during some parts of Triund Trek distance. Once you reach the last stop of the Triund Trek, you will be surely disconnected from the rest of the world. However, there are some instances where tourists got connections at the top of the hill, but there is no guarantee. It entirely depends on the atmosphere, as in monsoon, there is no chance for such an incident. The isolation or the disconnection of cellular network truly worth it as the scenic beauty will make you forget the rest of the world.

    31. 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 travellers can also go for it.

    32. 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.

    33. 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
      -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

    34. What is the height of Triund?

      The height of Triund is at 2,828m at the foot of the Dhauladhar ranges. To be precise, the ridge elevation is between 2,810m and 2,875m. The maximum altitude is around 9,432 ft. above the sea-level.

      From the peak, you can delight your eyes with the beauty of the mighty Dhaulidhar. Tourists can trek to the highest point of the peak and return by evening.

    35. How far is Triund from McLeodganj bus stand?

      Triund, the beautiful hill station in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh is situated at a distance of around 8 km from the McLeodganj bus stand. The Triund trek starts from here or Bhagsu Nag, depending on the itinerary you choose.

      You can reach the bus stand by road or rail. However, this transportation is generally not included in any of the Triund Trek Packages.

    36. 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 the glittering stars, listening to the exotic animals and feeling the calmness of the place while camping here.

      The flat ground at the top is used as the base of the camping spot in Triund. However, in case of heavy snowfall, the arrangements are done in Dharamkot, not at the top of the hill. So, it is always recommended to visit the place when the snowfall is less if you want to enjoy the overnight camping in Triund.

    37. What are the places to visit near Triund?

      Places to visit in Triund include:

      Bhagsu Falls:
      This waterfall located in Mcleodganj is known for the lush green scenery it provides. Located in a small village of Bhagsu, a visit here will be filled with fun, food, and mesmerizing views.

      Kareri River:
      Admire the natural beauty surrounding you and spend a day enjoying the best of nature. Take a stroll along the gushing water and spend a day clicking pictures with excellent backdrops.

      Guna Devi Temple:
      Dedicated to Goddess Kali, this place holds a huge religious significance. Every day, loads of tourists visit here to seek blessings and enjoy the picturesque views of Kangra Valley.

      Laka Glacier:
      Located at an altitude of 3233m, this point is famous for its trekking routes, high mountains, and loads of snow. The temperature here varies between -15 degrees to 10 degrees throughout the year.

    38. 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.

    39. How do I get to Laka glacier?

      Located at a height of 3233m from the sea, this glacier is located in the heart of Himalayas. To reach here, one would have to trek through Triund and traverse a trail of 13 KM, starting from Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh.


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