Triund Trek is an Easy and Exciting Trekking Trail, which is embraced by the Fascinating Charm of the Dhauladhar Range and Graced with the Thrilling Beauty of Dharamshala. It is one of the most Popular Trekking Destinations in Himachal Pradesh, which offers an ample of opportunities to explore the Snow-Capped Peaks, Riverine Valleys, and Lush Greenery.

 Triund Trek - Trekking in Himalayas

The Spectacular Dhauladhars

Source

The trekkers can easily see the Charismatic Kangra Valley on one side and the Astounding Dhauladhar Range on the another side upon reaching Triund. The whole trek moves through some of the most beautiful villages in Himachal Pradesh. Crossing Streams of Fresh Mountain Waters, the Triund gives a real Pleasure to the Trekkers.

The Trekking Terrain

 Triund Trek - Mcleodganj Trekking

The Way To Triund

Source

It is ambient to see the Rocky Terrains with a million boulders jutting out of the mountain. The trails reach its highest point, i.e. 2843m at Triund and the views from here are simply extraordinary with a progression of Snow Clogged High Peaks standing tall. There is an array of Thrilling Adventures offered by the entire Triund Trek. You should visit this trek if you are an Adventure Lover and like to Explore Nature. Never ever forget to Bring Your Cameras along with you to catch some Exciting and Thrilling Memories.

You May Also LikeBest Destinations for Trekking in India

 View of Kangra Vallew - Triund Trek.

View of Kangra Valley

Source

Reaching to Triund is a Great Achievement in itself and you should feel free to check the place as there is generally no danger from wild animals during the day.

The Trek To Triund is around 11 Km from McLeodganj and it is absolutely exciting to complete it due to the Refreshing Walks among the Oak and Rhododendron Forest.

Spending Night at Triund

If you are looking for some Extreme Pleasure, then you should spend a night there. However, there is the full possibility to complete the Triund trek easily in a day. But it is a great idea to stay in the night up in the Dhauladhar Ranges. Don’t forget to hire a Two-Man Tent, which will hardly cost you around INR 500.

Camping at Triund - Triund Trek

 Camping in Triund

Don’t worry, you will not be alone there as it is a popular trek especially among the Foreign People. There are many great advantages of Pitching The Tent at Triund. You will get a chance to witness the exciting Sunrise and Sunset along with the Star-Studded Sky in the Night. Additionally, if you want to Hike Further upwards to the Kareri Lake, you will get enough opportunities to make the Trek even more Adventurous and Exciting!

The Way Back

Bhagsunag Waterfall - Triund Trek

You will find a Great Number Of Trails during your Return From Triund. The most famous is one pass along the upper side of the Bhagsunag waterfalls. It will make your trekking to end on a great note. The hike while coming back may not be a difficult one, but you will have to climb down the steep slopes and it is advised to stay alert all the time.

How to reach Mcleodganj

You need to reach Dharamsala, which is a major town situated 9 KM away from the Mcleodganj. There are lots of overnight and day buses available from the Chandigarh and Delhi for reaching Dharamshala. The Himachal Roadways and Himachal Tourism operate regular buses from ISBT 43, Chandigarh and Kashmiri Gate ISBT Delhi from 5 am onwards. You can also choose to travel on the Volvo Buses.

dharamshala delhi volvo - Triund Trek

Upon reaching Dharamshala, you can take a local bus to Mcleodganj operating every half hour from 7 am to 8 pm. You can also opt for a Shared Taxi to Mcleodganj from Chandigarh or Delhi.

After reaching Mcleodganj, you will have a great opportunity to Experience The Culture of the Tibetan people. You can hire a cab till Gallu Devi Temple in order to save your energy for the Main Trekking route. From here, you can start your journey to the paradise. There are many stalls selling food and drinks on the way, allowing you to split the trek into the parts. There are refreshment shops named as Magic View Café and Snowline Café, where you can take a rest and have some eating.

Generally, the Triund Trek takes Four Hours to complete. But for some, it may take up to 6 -7 Hours to reach the Top of the Hill.

Best time to visit Triund

The ideal time to visit Triund is during the months of April-June and September-November because of the Pleasant Atmosphere during this time. It is great to come here during the Summer Season to escape the Hectic and Hot Atmosphere of the cities.

 Snowline at Dhauladhar Mountains - Triund Trek

Also, it gets pretty cold here during the winters. However, you can choose to trek during the months of January and March if you want to Trek In The Snow, which is obviously more difficult.

Enjoy Shopping in Mcleodganj

Shopping at Mcleodganj - Destination.to

The main things to buy in Mcleodganj are Tibetan Artifacts, Prayer Thangkas, Metal Prayer Wheels and Bronze Statues. You can also shop some interesting things such as Tibetan Carpets, Dresses, and Waistcoats from the main town of Mcleodganj.

Things to bring for trekking Triund

  • Don’t forget to bring Lots Of Excitement with you.
  • A Sunscreen cream and A Hat to protect you from the Harsh Sunlight.
  • Wind Heaters, Gloves, Sunglasses and Woolen Jackets to keep you warm.
  • Good Stamina with a pair of Trekking Boots.

Tips while going on to Triund Trek

  1. It is strongly suggested to take an Experienced Guide along with you who knows all the way around to reach the trek.
  2. There are several Guest Houses in the Gallu Devi Temple village if you are looking to enjoy for a day before starting your journey.
  3. At Triund, there is a Guest House run by the P Forest Department. You can book a room there directly or even at Dharamshala if you don’t like to Camp in Triund.
  4. Always watch your steps and do not walk on the Trek’s outer steps. As it is a moderate to easy trek, so you should try to avoid any type of the accident.

Don’t Throw Garbage and Other Waste on the Trekking Trails of Triund Trek and help in keeping the Nature Clean. Now Plan Your Trek and Enjoy and Don’t Forget To Like And Share the article on Social Media!