Begin your three-day, two-night Mcleodganj Triund trek from Delhi, taking in some breathtaking Himalayan vistas along the way. This journey is suitable for people of all ages. Triund offers a lovely path that winds through a mixed woodland of oak, deodar, and rhododendron. Start the Mcleodganj Triund trek from Delhi on the first day, at 8:00 PM, and arrive in Dharamshala the next day. While trekking to Triund, you will be able to observe the sunrise from the hill and receive great energy. The Mcleodganj Triund walk from Delhi package will be completed on the fifth day, after arriving in Delhi at 7:00 a.m.
Because of the weather, night camping will take place in Mcleodganj/Dharamkot on the day of the walk.
Triund Trek Overview:
The 10-kilometer Triund Trek Distance passes through a number of tiny towns where you may relax and enjoy the cool mountain breeze. On the one side, you can see the Himalayas, while on the other hand, you can see the entire Kangra Valley. You can also camp beneath the stars at night while having a meal.
Time Required To Complete The Triund Trek:
The 10-kilometer hiking route spans from easy to intermediate, making it an accessible trip for novices and first-timers alike. The track has mild descents and gradual to steep ascents. The entire Triund Trek distance can be covered in 4 to 6 hours, from base camp to summit.
Visit These Places During Your Triund Trek:
On your way to Triund, you can see several local attractions as well as enjoy spectacular views of the forest and snow-capped mountains. The tranquil Bhagsu Falls, a renowned tourist destination famed for its rushing white cascade, is one of them. The Dalai Lama’s residence, the Namgyal Monastery, is also on the way to Triund, and is a great place to learn about Tibetan culture and beliefs. The sacred Gallu Devi and Guna Devi temples are also worth seeing.
It is a short and easy Himalayan trek, making it a great weekend vacation for beginners. The journey begins in Mcleodganj. The town of Mcleodganj offers a fantastic opportunity to engage yourself in Tibetan culture. The hike also leads you to monasteries, prayer flags, and a glimpse of Buddhism. At an elevation of 2880 metres, Triund offers breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar Valley on one side and Kangra Valley on the istanbul escort other.
About McLeod Ganj
The average elevation in McLeod Ganj is 2,082 metres (6,831 feet). On the Dhauladhar Range, it is situated.
Dharamshala, Palampur, Kangra, Sidhbari, Tatwani, and Machhrial are also great towns around McLeod Ganj. Chinmaya Tapovan (a Hindu retreat centre), Osho Nisarga (an Osho retreat centre), and Chamunda are also neighbouring spiritual attractions (a pilgrimage place for Hindus). McLeod Ganj is 2,082 metres (6,831 ft) above sea level. On the Dhauladhar Range, it is situated.
Day 1: Your journey will begin at the Vidhan Sabha Metro Station in Delhi around 6:30 p.m.
This will be an overnight drive, so make sure you get some rest while you’re on the road.
Day 2: You will arrive in Mcleodganj by morning on the second day of your Mcleodganj Triund trek from Delhi.
Depart Dharamshala for Mcleodganj.
After checking into the hotel, go out and explore the local sights of Mcleodganj on your own.
Make a point of seeing the Namgyal Monastery, Bhagsu Waterfall, and Bhagsunath Temple.
Spend the evening relaxing at one of the local cafes while sampling Tibetan food.
Return to the hotel for the overnight stay after dinner in the evening.
Day 3: Start your Triund Trek immediately after breakfast.
On your journey to Triund, stop at Magic View Cafe and relax.
Reach Triund around noon for spectacular views of the Dhauladhar Ranges.
Return to Mcleodganj in the evening and check into the campsite.
Dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 4: Enjoy a great breakfast while watching the sunrise.
Self-exploration and lunch in Mcleodganj
Bhagsu Falls, Bhagsunath Temple, and Dharamshala Stadium are all worth seeing.
Return to Delhi full of happy memories.
Day 5: Arrival in Delhi
The Mcleodganj Triund walk from Delhi includes a hotel stay in Mcleodganj on a double, triple, or quad sharing basis, as well as camping in Mana/Triund on a double or triple sharing (depending on size of the camp).