Triund Trek a Relaxing Escapade in Himachal
Feast your eyes with the exotic views of Dhauladhar range and fascinating Kangra valley. The exciting terrains through mixed dense forests and serpent curves makes it a bliss for trekking lovers. The soothing environment makes it perfect for a relaxing escapade.
Why Triund Trek ?
Triund is a small hill station located in the Kangra district of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Triund is a part of Dharamkot and is located at the foot of the Dhauladhar ranges at a height of 2875 m. This is an easy and ideal destination for trekkers looking for a short but moderately difficult trek with spectacular vistas and a rewarding end result.
The Triund Trek is extremely popular among young people and families. During peak seasons, the trek can be extremely crowded; therefore, those planning to visit the site for its tranquility should consider visiting during the weekdays and early summers when it is less crowded. The trail helps trekkers gain knowledge about the beauty of the mountains and local culture. The trek’s short duration benefits climbers who want to enjoy the thrill of trekking while also visiting Himachal’s local villages.
Trekkers can extend their trekking experience by visiting nearby attractions such as Bhagsu Falls, a popular tourist attraction known for its captivating and refreshing waterfall. The views of many snow capped peaks from the endpoint might also assist trekkers in bookmarking their new adventure.
Highlights of Triund Trek
Camping at Triund will be a magical and one in a lifetime experience.
This trek offers magnificent views of Dhauladhar range and Kangra valley.
Go through the dense forest cover of Oaks, Fir and Rhododendrons
Explore the rich variety of Flora and Fauna.
Witness small settlements and small streams on the way.
Key Points of Triund trek
|Duration||1 Nights 2 Days from Mcleodganj to Mcleodganj|
|Temperature||Summer:-(20°C to 30°C)
Winter:- (5°C to 12° C)
|Trek Weather||Nights are colder as compared to the pleasant daytime temperature.|
|Best Time:||All year, Peak season-summers, Monsoon|
|Trek distance:||9 km by foot|
|Group Size:||A minimum group size of 5 people and a maximum of 30 people.
(In case anyone wants to book a private tour for their friends and family we provide a different procedure for it)
|Trek Fee||Rs. 3500 Per Person including|
Short Itinerary of Triund Trek
Day 1 – Trek from Mcleodganj to Triund (2875 m) (9 km) (4/5 hours)
Day 2 – Triund (2875 m) to Mcleodganj (9 km) (3 hours)
Note: – Our service will remain from Mcleodganj to Mcleodganj – for more details please check includes or excludes
Triund trek should be your this year’s summer trek?
The journey to Triund is brief but difficult. The Moon peak, Rifle Horn, Arthur’s Seat, and the mighty Dhauladhar range can all be seen from the start of the trek. This trek’s forest section is small but revitalising, with oak and rhododendron forest, which is quite memorable for trekkers. Climbers will enjoy this trek because of its varied terrain, dense forests, and serpentine curves.
Despite the fact that the Triund trek can be completed in a single day, with a total time of only nine hours back and forth, including time spent at the end point, we strongly recommend that trekkers stay overnight. A delicious dinner combined with camping under a star-studded sky is an experience in and of itself. One of the most spectacular aspects of the Triund Trek, attracting a large crowd of nature enthusiasts, is the rainbow of colours that fills the sky as the sun sets and rises.
The altitude covered in Triund trek
Best Time to Visit Triund Trek
Triund is a journey that can be done at any time of year, but the summers are regarded as peak season, attracting a significant number of visitors from all around the country. This trek is the first choice of those seeking for a simple and doable summer trek. Summer experiences fairly good temperatures with pleasant daytime and slightly colder nights. In March, April, May, and June, visitors can see beautiful trails and green forests with flowing streams.
This trek is also best done in the months following the monsoon season, just before winter. Daytime temperatures range from 5 degrees Celsius to 12 degrees Celsius from September to December, with slightly colder nights.
Is it safe?
Set amidst the popular destinations, the Triund trek is indeed very safe. All of our professionals strive to provide the best experience possible for trekkers, so a collaborative contribution of a relaxed mindset and morally communicative behavior with fellow trekkers will be greatly appreciated.
Despite the fact that the elevation is relatively low, if the hiker experiences any AMC symptoms, please notify our teams before continuing.
Regardless of the fact that the top is relatively low in elevation, we recommend regulated physical fitness. All groups will be guided by our pros for trekking equipment and any impending terrain during the course.We strongly urge beginner trekkers to attempt the Triundtrek due to its modest difficulty.
Summers on this trail are typically green, whereas winters see a gradual drop in temperature, allowing nearby areas to become covered in patches of snow.
The weather conditions vary depending on the time of year trekkers travel. From March to June, temperatures are moderately pleasant during the day but significantly colder at night. Monsoons continue to cascade the trek with heavy rain.
During the day the temperature of Triund trek is around ( 09°C to 18 °C and during the night the temperature comes down to 05 °C to 10 °C which is not bad.
Things to carry
1) Because nights at elevations tend to be considerably colder, we suggest having well-graded, warm and comfortable clothing along with good quality shoes.
2) Despite the fact that we handle medical crises, we urge individuals to keep their emergency kits at hand in any case of personal underlying illnesses.
3) Since the journey provides you with a picturesque view of many peaks, don’t forget to bring your camera along with extra batteries.
4) Our staff will consult with fellow trekkers about their luggage and, if lacking, will assist trekkers in obtaining any necessary equipment. Only the relevant luggage should be brought, as a result.
Other important trekking essentials-
Connectivity and Transactions
1) All networks, including Vi, Airtel, and BSNL, function well in Himachal Pradesh, but connectivity along the route is unpredictable, so we advise people to complete all of their work ahead of time.
2) Trekkers will be provided with walkie- talkies beforehand in case of emergency
3) Last ATM transactions available will be at Mcleodganj. We recommend travellers to collect cash beforehand or while in Mcleodganj as ATM available at other places might not dispense cash at times.