Dharamshala to Triund ( 2900 Meters) - 4 Days


Triund trekking trail is steep ascent and takes around 4-5 hours of trekking through dense forest of oak, pine, rhododendron and deodar trees. Being the point where you can view Three Mountain Peaks in their full glory  this magnificent meadow is called Tri-und. This is the most visited trekking spot near the dharamshala and an adventurous medium strength trekking to the the hills of Dhauladhar at Dharamsala. Triund is one of the most popular destinations in North India. Majority of the people traveling to Mcleod Ganj and Dharamshala do undertake the trek to Triund. The trek to Triund is extremely popular especially among foreign tourists and the youth. Well, no wonder you will find so many budding agencies offering a variety of packages for making a trip to Triund trek.

Triund  trek can be described as a tranquil trek which can be easily accomplished by almost all age groups.

Day 1

Dharamshala – McLeod Ganj

Day 2
McLeod Ganj – Trek to Triund :

After getting fresh, eat a good breakfast and start the trek to Triund by 10-11 AM. The trek traverses through the beautiful forest, offering some nice vantage point views. You will reach Triund by 2-3 PM.

Day 3
Triund – McLeod Ganj :

Have some breakfast and start trekking down to Mcleod Ganj. Take the route which goes from Bhagsu Naag Waterfall and spends some time at the waterfall.

Day 4

Return back to Dharamshala

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Dharamshala to Triund ( 2900 Meters)

Trip Facts

  • Triund is located at the foot of the Dhaulandhar ranges in the Himalayas at an altitude of around 2828 meters or 9350 feet approximately.