Triund Trek in Mcleodganj

Activities / Trek & Camping

Triund Trek, Mcleod Ganj, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, 176219
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Listing ID: 79214688
Listing Description :
1 night 2 days @ 999 Every day trek
Meal Camping Tour guide included  Best season: March to June and September to November
No ATM facility Triund lodge @Rs. 1699


 Triund, near Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh, India. 


It costs Rs. 300 for booking and Rs. 999 for camping.
For Triund lodge it will be costing Rs. 1699

Other Important Information 

- Triund trek is a moderate-level trek suitable for beginners and experienced trekkers alike.
- The trek typically starts from Mcleodganj and takes around 4-6 hours to reach the summit of Triund.
- Accommodation options include camping or guesthouses at the summit.
- It's advisable to carry enough cash as there might not be ATM facilities available at higher altitudes.
- Ensure you have proper trekking shoes, warm clothing, sunscreen, and a first aid kit.

Things to Carry 

1. Trekking shoes with good grip
2. Warm clothing (jacket, hat, gloves)
3. Water bottle and snacks
4. Backpack with essentials
5. Headlamp or flashlight
6. Camera/phone for capturing memories
7. Personal medications and first aid kit
8. Identification documents 

Things Not to Carry 

1. Heavy backpacks with unnecessary items
2. Valuables that are not needed for the trek
3. Single-use plastics or non-biodegradable materials
4. Loud speakers or any equipment that can disturb the tranquility of the trek 

Tips for Trekking 

1. Start early in the day to avoid trekking during peak heat hours.
2. Stay hydrated and take regular breaks to rest.
3. Follow the designated trail and avoid shortcuts to prevent accidents.
4. Respect the environment and wildlife by not littering or disturbing the natural habitat.
5. Listen to your body and pace yourself accordingly.
6. Carry a map or GPS device in case you lose your way. 

Best Season for the Activity 

 The best time to trek to Triund is from March to June and September to November when the weather is pleasant and the trails are clear. 

Other Amenities

 - Some tour operators provide meals and camping equipment as part of their package.
- Guides and porters are available for hire to assist during the trek.
- Basic amenities like toilets and food stalls are available along the trekking route. 


1. Check weather forecasts before starting the trek and be prepared for sudden changes in weather.
2. Acclimatize properly if you're coming from lower altitudes to prevent altitude sickness.
3. Inform someone about your trekking plans and expected return time.
4. Respect the local culture and customs of the area.
5. In case of any emergency, contact local authorities or seek help from fellow trekkers. 

Who Should Do 

1. Nature Enthusiasts: Individuals who enjoy outdoor activities and appreciate the beauty of nature will find the Triund trek rewarding.
 2. Adventure Seekers: Those who seek adventure and love the thrill of exploring new trails and landscapes will find the Triund trek fulfilling.
3. Fitness Enthusiasts: People who are physically fit or looking for a moderate-level trek to challenge themselves and improve their fitness level will benefit from the Triund trek.
 4. Solo Travelers or Groups: Both solo travelers and groups of friends/family can enjoy the Triund trek as it offers an opportunity for personal reflection or bonding with loved ones.
5. Photography Enthusiasts: Photographers and videographers will find plenty of stunning vistas and landscapes along the trekking route to capture memorable moments. 

Who Should Not Do 

1. Individuals with Health Issues: People with underlying health issues such as heart problems, respiratory issues, or altitude sickness should consult a doctor before attempting the trek. 2. Young Children: Due to the moderate difficulty level and long duration of the trek, it may not be suitable for very young children who may not have the stamina or attention span to complete the journey safely.
 3. Senior Citizens: While some senior citizens may be fit enough to undertake the trek, it's essential to consider their physical capabilities and consult a doctor before planning the trip.
 4. Those Unprepared for Altitude Individuals who are not accustomed to high altitudes or have not acclimated properly may experience altitude sickness, making the trek challenging and potentially dangerous.
 5. People with Limited Mobility: The terrain of the Triund trek involves uneven paths and steep inclines, making it unsuitable for those with limited mobility or physical disabilities.

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