An amazing excursion in the middle of the majestic Himalayas. Triund trek is open all year round. This trail is situated within the State of Himachal Pradesh. The trek of Triund is described as being one of the most easiest treks within the area of Himachal Pradesh.
It is often referred to as the most important jewel in Dharamshala. It’s a great getaway for a weekend with friends and is located near McLeod Ganj. It is located in between and the Dhauladhar mountains and Kangra valley. It’s an easy hike that is suitable for novices as well as experienced trekkers. Triund is a joy for trekkers who have never been before.
The perfect weekend hike is located at an altitude that is 2,850m higher than sea-level. The trek leads the hikers through dense groves of deodar, rhododendron and oak trees, which are a huge and diverse array of wildlife and plants serene surroundings, fascinating streams of water, as well as the breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains.
Its total length of Triund trek is 9 kilometers. The starting point of the hike can be found at Galu Devi Temple which is close to McLeod Ganj. This Triund trek is famous for its sharp 22 curves. The first 6 kilometers of the trek are relatively simple to complete, however the final 2 km are difficult.
If you are a lover of mountains anytime of the season is the ideal time to trek, however for the rest of us the ideal time to go on a trek is between the months of autumn and springtime. In monsoon, as a result of the heavy rain, all sorts of activities that require a lot of effort, such as biking, camping, rafting and hiking are restricted. The backgrounds aren’t clear.
Leeches and fog are present all over. In winter, due to the heavy snowfall, roads become closed. The roads are not cleared and are covered in snow. Between January and February, you’ll are characterized by an abundance of snow. The temperature is usually between 5 degrees Celsius to 1 degree Celsius. It could go down to minus 5 degrees Celsius at night. The ideal timing to travel to Triund is during April through June, and September through Early November. The stunning views of lush meadows, green pastures, and blue skies that are clear and clear, as well as The snow-capped Dhauladhar are breathtaking. Because of the excessive snowfall and rain the trail becomes difficult to walk on. The trail becomes slippery and wet. It is therefore recommended to stay clear of trekking during the monsoon or winter months.
Grading of Trek:
Triund is an easy hike and is an ideal option for those who are new to trekking. The total distance is 9 km and 2 km of it is some steep climbs. The first 5km is quite simple to ascend. Triund trek features sharp 22 curvatures. Although you don’t need prior experience in trekking or physical exercise. All you need is to be active and hydrated throughout your trek.
Bring the energy bar and protein shakes. A lot of tea stalls and eating joints are waiting for you. It is possible to take breaks and eat something and drink at the right the time.
How do I get to :
The best method to get there is to travel to Triund within McLeod Ganj or Dharamshala is to take a shuttle bus departing from Delhi. There is also direct trains that runs from Delhi towards Pathankot railway station, which is the closest railway station in the McLeod Ganj region. From there, you can get taxi or cab to get to McLeod Ganj.
If you’re planning to arrive via Air and Air, the closest Airport is Gaggal airport. It is possible to fly to Delhi towards Gaggal Airport and then take taxis to get to McLeod Ganj.
Triund is a trek for weekenders that can be accomplished in a maximum of. 2 days. It’s a great place to spend time with your loved ones. The most appealing aspect of this hike is that it is able to be scheduled at any moment of the day. You can get to McLeod Ganj or Dharamshala via an overnight bus trip to Delhi as well as Chandigarh. The trip is an adventure that will provide you plenty of experiences as well as the opportunity to experience the beauty of nature. The incredible splendor of Dhauladhars as well as the views of the tiny houses in all of Kangra Valley are stunning amazing and captivating.
This weekend hike in Himachal Pradesh will allow you to feel extremely close to nature. You can participate in activities during this trek