Triund Trek

The Triund Trek is a scenic trekking trail in the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas, located near the town of McLeodganj in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. This moderate trek is a popular choice for beginners and experienced trekkers alike, offering breathtaking views of the Kangra Valley and the snow-capped peaks of the Dhauladhar Range.

The trek starts from the town of McLeodganj and takes you through dense forests of oak, rhododendron, and deodar trees. As you ascend higher, the forests give way to alpine meadows, offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

The highlight of the trek is Triund Hill, which is located at an altitude of 2,828 meters above sea level. At the top of Triund Hill, you can enjoy stunning views of the Dhauladhar Range and the Kangra Valley. You can also set up your camp here and spend the night under the starry sky.

The Triund Trek can be completed in a day, but many trekkers choose to spend a night at Triund Hill to fully experience the beauty of the trek. The best time to undertake this trek is from March to June and September to December when the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear.

Overall, the Triund Trek is a must-do for all nature and adventure enthusiasts visiting the Kangra Valley.

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Trek From McLeodGanj

  • Start your day early and reach the town of McLeod Ganj, which serves as the base camp for the trek.
  • Begin your trek from McLeodGanj and walk through the scenic forested trail to reach Dharamkot.
  • From Dharamkot, continue your trek towards Triund, passing through the Galu Devi temple along the way.
  • Reach Triund by late afternoon and check-in at your campsite or guesthouse.
  • Relax and unwind at the picturesque Triund hilltop, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Enjoy a bonfire dinner under the starry sky and spend the night at Triund.

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Sunrise, Bhagsu Waterfall and Return to McLeodGanj

  • Wake up early to catch the sunrise over the mountains.
  • Enjoy a hot cup of tea and breakfast at Triund.
  • Begin your descent towards McLeod Ganj.
  • Take a detour to visit the Bhagsu waterfall, a popular tourist attraction.
  • From Bhagsu, trek back to McLeod Ganj and board your vehicle to return to your final destination.
  • Enjoy a warm meal and spend the night camping under the starry sky.

Please note that the itinerary can be customized as per your preferences and fitness level. Additionally, you can also opt for a 1-day trek to Triund, but it is advisable to start your trek early in the morning to make the most of your time.

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Please check the Inclusions and Exclusions before booking the trip. If you have any questions feel free to communicate with us.

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  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • First Aid box
  • Trekking Equipments
  • Guide For Trekking
  • All Permits
  • Farewell dinner
  • Personal Expenses
Ritu Rawal

“Amazing view in Winters”

Reviewed 26th, December

I visit Triund trek last year with Trek Near Me. Amazing view of mountains

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Reviewed 12th, May

Goosebumps at the time of sunrise. Must visit trek in the world

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The Triund Trek is considered to be a moderately easy trek, suitable for beginners and experienced trekkers alike.

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The trek to Triund is a 9-kilometer hike from McLeod Ganj and takes around 3-4 hours to complete.

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The best time to undertake the Triund Trek is from March to June and from September to December when the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear.

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Triund is situated at an altitude of 2,828 meters above sea level.

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Yes, camping is allowed at Triund and there are several campsites available for trekkers.

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The distance from McLeodGanj to Triund is approximately 9 kilometers.

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Yes, there are several tea stalls and food joints available on the trek where you can buy food and water.

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While it is possible to trek to Triund without a guide, it is recommended to hire a guide for safety purposes, especially if you are a first-time trekker.

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