Triund Trek- Triund Snowline Trek

Triund is a peaceful and appealing trekking destination. Nestled in the lap of Dhauladhar Range, 18 km from Dharamshala, the views of the grand Dhauladhar are stunning on one side & the ravishing Kangra valley has absolutely amazing views on the other. The Triund trek is a decently challenging trek, popular among trekkers of all ages. 

The Triund trek route is very thrilling and exciting. It goes through a wonderful blended forest of oak, deodar, and rhododendron. The excellent views from the top at different times of the day feature the enchanting excellence & beauty of Triund. For an explorer who consistently tries to arrive at the highest point of slopes and do medium-term outdoors in Himachal, Triund trek is an ideal arrangement for them & their companions. It is an easy and popular trek near Macleodganj. While trekking you can enjoy dense pine forest and a beautiful view of Kangra Valley.

Triund Trek Details

  • Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days (Dharamkot to Dharamkot)
  • Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
  • Highest Altitude:  ~ 9350 feet
  • Cost: Rs. 3500 + 5% GST (per person)
  • Weekday batches also available.

Triund Trek Itinerary

Day 01: Dharamkot to Triund (8 km)

As the Triund and Snowline Trek begins from Dharamkot, it takes you through a lush forest. Refreshing scents of various trees will be a feast for your senses. As you hike uphill, you will get panoramic views of the Himachali landscape. High mountain peaks, tipped with snow, and shining under sunlight, will be a treat for your eyes. You can elongate the 5-hour trek and admire the nature at your own pace as your move towards your destination.

On reaching Triund Hill, you will witness one of the best sunsets ever. Remember to capture this amazing sight in your cameras. Pose with your companions against the backdrop of the setting sun; this will make a perfect memorabilia of the sojourn. The sights from here are one of the highlights of the Triund and Snowline Trek in McLeodganj. Here, light a campfire, and spend the night under the canopy of stars.

Dinner and overnight stay at the campsite.

Day 02: Triund to Laka Got (6 km)

Open your eyes to a mesmerising sunrise, and breathe in the fresh air of the mountains; later, post a hearty brekafast, begin your journey to Laka Got. At this point of the Triund Trek in McLeodganj, you will get to experience snow as Laka Got is actually a glacier! Make a giant snowman or throw snowballs at your loved ones. This, of course, calls for another photo session with friends or family, playing with the snow. After having fun, enjoy an overnight stay amidst nature in Laka Got.

Dinner and overnight stay at the campsite.

Day 03: Laka Got to Dharamkot (14 km)

Beginning early in the morning. Post a cup of coffee and hearty breakfast, start trekking downhill and reach Dharamkot. This is where this experience of trekking near Dharamshala ends. You are free to explore the market and continue with your onward journey. The trek ends here with some beautiful memories to cherish for lifetime.

2 Nights 3 Days Available on request
What we'll give/What we won't

What is included in the tour


  • 2 nights accommodation in tents as per itinerary on sharing basis
  • All meals ( Starting from Lunch on Day 1 and  till Breakfast on Day 3) All vegetarian
  • Camping equipments, guide fees and forest permit charges included
  • First aid & emergency assistance would be provided, if needed
  • Bonfire
  • Tents and Sleeping Mats
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Toilet Tents
  • English speaking professional mountain guide, cook and kitchen help

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Meals while travelling
  • Mineral water/lime water/ purchased for personal consumption
  • Local transfers (Sightseeing) aren’t included in the package price
  • All kinds of Extra Meals / soft drinks ordered
  • Any kind of personal expenses (Camera charges, etc.)
  • Personal porter charge (at INR 1200/- per day) isn’t included in the package price
  • All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather
  • Any medical / Emergency evacuations if required
  • Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the cost includes above
  • Air tickets or transportation from Delhi to McLeodganj and from McLeodganj to Delhi

  • Travel/Medical insurance

Things to Carry
Things to Carry
  • Valid ID Proofs
  • Sufficient cash as it is difficult to find ATMs in the mountains
  • Waterproof trekking shoes & jacket
  • Torch with extra batteries
  • Warm clothes
  • Camera with extra batteries
  • Trekking stick
  • Rucksack/Backpack
  • Medical Kit
Frequently Asked Questions

Please note - All treks/departures would be conducted as per schedule. However, due to unavoidable climatic conditions, there might be alterations in the scheduled departures. The same would be informed prior.


Triund Trek Details 

Snuggled up in the heart of Mcleodganj and Dharamshala, settled at the foothills of the Dhauladhar range, is the enchanting village of Triund. Roosted at the height of around 2,828 meters, Triund is flanked by the Dhauladhar mountain range and the stunning Kangra valley on the other. Triund has become a well-known spot for camping outdoors on its flat plateau after trekking for 3 to 5 hours in the light of its shape. The trek to Triund is regarded as one of the most famous and effortless treks in Himachal Pradesh. The tourists who visit Mcleodganj, proceed to do the Triund hike regardless of whether they are not into trekking as it is quite the highlight of the region.

Triund also makes for an excellent solo trek. The trek to Triund has quite a lot of experiences to provide its trekkers, which includes an enthralling perspective on the Dhauladhar range just as the Kangra Valleyview, the immaculate snow sparkling in the daylight, the brilliant shades of the wild rhododendrons jumping around here and there, and a chance to explore off the woods amid enormous deodar, pine and oak trees. And most importantly, above all, the all-inescapable serenity that makes any outing to the mountains unforgettable. The massive views of Moon peak, Rifle Horn, Arthur's Seat, and the mighty Dhauladhar range juxtapose the trek as soon as we commence the trek.

After concluding the trek to Triund, we will hike towards the Laka Got, a 6 km long trek. Strolling on the snowline and arriving at the Laka Glacier, which will be loaded up with snow, will give you an exceptional and freezing view of the spot. On this trek, experience nature at its best and chill at camps, which are settled at heights, cozy up in tents, and snooze in sleeping bags!

Triund Location: Dharamkot, Himachal Pradesh, is our base to start the Triund trek. One may also begin the trek from Mcleodganj or Bhagsu and Gallu, two nearby hamlets. We will start this trek from Dharamkot as the trail from here is undoubtedly prettier as it winds through a dense crown of pine woods.

Triund Altitude: 2828 metres / 9278 feet

Duration of the Trek: The total distance of the Triund trek is 9 kilometers, which will be covered in two days. Triund trek can be completed in a span of 4 to 5 hours, but camping adds charm to Triund Trek. The experience of waking up to the most beautiful sunrises and ending the day with scenic sunsets is once in a lifetime encounter.

Triund Trek difficulty Level, Easy, forest trail with gradual steep ascents.


Best season to visit Triund Trek

It is open all around the year. The paramount stretch to design a trek to Triund is in the months of May to June and September to December. The atmosphere is consistently pleasing and can get cold around evening time. The spring and summer season is viewed as the greatest months to experience the radiance of Triund.

For a cold and frigid experience, winters are a decent ideal opportunity to visit. Winters are freezing here. However, the trek will be less packed. You may want to avoid trekking here in the monsoon season (June & July) as this place witnesses heavy rainfall. In December, you can anticipate the first spell of snowfall on the trek.

How to reach to Triund Trek

Flight: From Delhi, you can travel to Dharamshala, or take a corresponding flight from whichever city you're coming from. On the other hand, from Delhi, you can take a private taxi to arrive at Mcleodganj.

Road: Alternatively, from Delhi, you can hop on an overnight bus to Mcleodganj or Dharamshala, arrive at Dharamkot within 3 hours by taxi, and initiate your trek. Taxis at the Dharamshala air terminal are easily accessible. You can book a self-drive taxi from Delhi to Dharamshala, which you can use throughout your visit and for your return journey.

Rail: The nearest station is Pathankot. Numerous Jammu Trains stop there. To go to Delhi from Pathankot, book tickets on Delhi-Pathankot Super-Fast Express, or in case you're coming from Mumbai, board Mumbai-Jammu Tawi express. Take public transport or a taxi from Pathankot to Dharamshala, which is around 2 to 3 hours away.


Nearby places to visit to Triund Trek

Triund is quite a famous trek spot in Himachal Pradesh and offers a great perspective on the Himalayas. On the off chance that you're not fulfilled by merely hiking to Triund, set out to explore Lahesh Caves, otherwise called Snowline Trek, further on the path in Illaqa. From Triund, Laka's glacial mass is 2 kilometers ascent from where you can look at the astonishing stone cut Lahesh Cave.

There are plenty of intriguing spots to visit close by, for example, Bhagsu falls and the temple, a mainstream vacation destination and well known for its charming and reviving cascade. To dunk your feet in this chilled water is something energizing after the trek. The cascade is arranged soon after one kilometer of the Bagsunag Temple.

Mcleodganj has plenty of hiking options, which makes it a backpacker's hub. You can embark on the Kareri Lake trek, Guna Devi temple trek, and Indrahar pass trek. The famous city of Dharamshala sees all forms of travelers from all over the globe. Covered with thick coniferous backwoods, it is the district headquarters of the Kangra valley.

Discovering nooks and streets, Dharamshala will take you one entire day. There are monasteries, tea gardens, and the Mohali cricket stadium that can be visited. The Namgyal Monastery here is known as the homestead of Dalai Lama, the Tibetan profound pioneer. It is an excellent spot with a peaceful environment, the ideal location to find out about Tibetan culture.

On the off chance that you are going in your vehicle, at that point, visiting these two slopes towns of billing or Palampur is an absolute necessity. Bir is known for its paragliding. Likewise, home to a Tibetan evacuee settlement with a few Buddhist cloisters and a huge stupa, while Palampur is known for tea gardens, cascades, birdlife, and perspectives on the Dhauladhar range. You can likewise opt for paragliding in Kangra Valley. 


Highlights of Triund Trek

  • The sunset is the highlight of the Triund Trek, and it makes all adventurers stay overnight in tents, camp at the edge. No sooner than you look behind, you have the sun setting behind the mountains and popping brilliant hues of crimson and tangerine, hitting these mountain ranges.
  • The most awesome feature about Triund trek is that it very well may be done in only a couple of hours, and you have an alternative of travelling back around the same time or remaining back and camping, relying upon how long you have.
  • Triund Trek is a quiet, simple, and perhaps the most beautiful trek in Himachal Pradesh, additionally quite possibly the most famous in the nation.
  • Amidst the hazy Dhauladhar ranges, with the staggering Kangra Valley on one side, the Triund trek is ideal for first-time trekkers just as experienced adventurers or experience seekers.
  • Trek along the oak and rhododendron backwoods, tranquil and splendid glades, and precarious bends while getting energy from tea and snacks at breakpoints. There are rock-cut caverns after the trek's endpoint, which are one of a kind to this trek.
  • Triund Trek is perhaps the most famous trek to go on a weekend from Delhi and Chandigarh. Thinking of its simple ascent and easily viable from Dharamshala or Mcleodganj, an enormous number of trekkers embark on this trek.
  • Triund may be the least demanding Himalayan trek, which can also be done solo. With stunning perspectives on the Kangra valley and the snow-covered Dhauladhar ranges, it is additionally pleasant. Triund is the ideal spot for those looking for a hassle-free taste of trekking in the Himalayas.
  • The trail to Triund is short yet steep. The lofty ascension is very much remunerated by reviving strolls among rhododendron and oak trees. Likewise, there are different warblers in the backwoods along the path, which make it a birdwatcher's joy.
  • The trek takes you through rhododendrons, pine, and coniferous trees. Journeying across the backwoods and the fantastic opening of the edge toward the finish of the timberline is a sight to encounter.


Trekking, Camping, Stargazing
Himachal Pradesh
2 to 4 Days