Everyone loves walking in the Himalayas and it gets even better when it comes to the Triund trek near Dharamshala and McLeodganj. The Triund trek makes you discover many mysteries of nature where many beautiful natural attractions are unraveled.
These include grasslands, wildflowers, exotic birds, snow-capped mountains, beautiful trails, sounds of brooks; these are all that everyone yearns to enjoy and explore. For some people, although they have a great interest in going for such treks, they do not take this type of vacation because they do not want to camp in the forest. Holiday Moods Adventures brings you a unique concept of luxury hiking, where we offer you stays in beautiful small boutique hotels and cottages located in pristine locations.
We take you out for walks and hikes, led by knowledgeable and experienced licensed local guides. Delicious packed picnic lunch at a lovely location enhances the entire experience. Come and explore the beautiful trails with us and we promise to give you a memorable luxury hiking holiday in India.
It is a great combination, for Triund trekking and exploring the local heritage of Dharamshala, is a unique hill station located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Known for dense forests and immense natural beauty, Dharamshala is also home to the most beautiful Dhauladhar mountain range.
Here you can find many examples of Tibetan architecture and also experience the rich Tibetan culture. Dharamshala is a small town in Himachal Pradesh that offers spectacular views of the Kangra Valley and the Dhauladhar Range.
Complimenting the Triund Trek Package, this package also takes you for a trek to Guna Devi temple also. After your trek, explore the religious culture of Dharamshala. Dharamshala reflects the ancient customs of Tibet and the surrounding area has become quite prevalent in the culture of Tibet which includes many gompas and monasteries.
From the day H.H., The Dalai Lama made Dharamshala his place of residence, since that day the city has been constantly visited by his followers from all over the world. Apart from the H. H. Dalai Lama, some followers also chose Dharamshala as their place of residence. Arts and crafts from Tibet are found here in abundance.
Kangra Valley is considered a symbol of peace in Himachal Pradesh. Many tourists visit Kangra every year. Tea gardens in Kangra, ancient temples like Chamunda Devi and Chintpurni, Masroor rock-cut 10th century AD temples, Kangra Fort, sulfur springs, flowing rivers, dense forests, snow mountains, and glaciers provide rare experiences like amazing side valleys Does. The Norbulingka Institute, Bhagsunag Temple, and Bhagsu Falls are also some cherished places in the Kangra Valley.
Things to bring on your own: Good walking shoes, Camera, water bottle, Daysack & Sun protection
Triund Trek Difficulty Level
The Triund trek is located in the Dhauladhar Himalayas at an altitude of about 2850 meters. A 360-degree view of the majestic mountains of the Himalayas can be seen comfortably by going to the zero points of the trek. The distance of the trek is approximately 16 kilometers return from Bhagsunag. The level of trekking is moderate to difficult. If you are an early-stage backpacker, you can choose Triund. Take care of your fitness while trekking.
Best Time and Season to Visit Triund
Dharamshala is an 8 months trekking destination! March to June and then September to December are the best time to visit Dharamshala, the weather is pleasant in this season and the temperature is moderate.
There are many treks in Dharamshala and near Dharamshala, before which you need to know the exact time and season, including Kareri Lake, Triund Trek, Baleni Pass, etc. If you want to go on a trek or camping trip then this would be the best time for you. Dharamshala has a winter season from December to February. In the winter season, one can experience the snow and the snow-capped mountains.
Summer: The temperature in summer is between 10 Ã‚Â° C to 35 Ã‚Â° C. Unlike other parts of the country, Dharamshala weather is very pleasant and ideal for engaging in adventure activities like paragliding and mountain activities. These days are the best time to go on a round trip. Apart from this, you can do many trekking and hiking. Flowers start blooming in this season, which adds to the beauty of Dharamshala.
Monsoon season: July to mid-September - This season is not the right time to visit Dharamshala as there is heavy rainfall during this season. Visiting Dharamshala in this season can affect the plans due to heavy rains and tourists may have to stay in their hotels the entire time.
Winter Season: The temperature in winters is between 0 Ã‚Â° C to 15 Ã‚Â° C. The winter season is a good time to visit Dharamshala with crystal clear blue skies. In Dharamsala, snowfall occurs around December until February. Here you will get spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains from winter to summer. If you love snow, then you should opt for trekking and high treks like Kareri Lake, etc. for trekking in Dharamshala.
You can book Triund Trek packages from all major cities of India through Holiday Moods Adventures. like - Dharamshala, Mcleodganj, Delhi, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Lucknow, Vadodara, Kerala, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Sikkim and Mumbai etc.
How to Reach Triund Trek, Dharamahala
The Triund trek is close to Dharamshala and Mcleodganj. Dharamshala is well connected through its extensive network of flights, buses, and trains. The nearest airport is Gaggal Airport, also known as Kangra Airport. If you travel by train, you can book your tickets to Pathankot railway station, which is about 85 km from Dharamshala town. Apart from this, there are many interstate and state buses from nearby cities and towns to Dharamshala.
By Air: Gaggal Airport is about 15 km from the city center, it is the main domestic airport of Dharamshala. Airlines such as Air India Regional and SpiceJet have regular flights from places like Delhi and Chandigarh. From outside the airport, you can easily get a taxi and bus for the Triund trek.
By Train: The nearest railway station to reach Dharamshala is Pathankot, which is 88 km from Dharamshala. There are regular train services, which gives you great connectivity. From outside the railway station, you can easily take a taxi or bus to reach anywhere in Dharamshala or Mcleodganj.
By Road: Dharamshala is well connected by buses well connected to all parts of India... Many Volvo, luxury, and sleeper buses are available at Dharamshala at regular intervals from cities like Delhi, Shimla, Chandigarh, Jalandhar, and Amritsar. You can get direct buses from these cities.