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About Triund trek

The Triund trek is renowned as one of the shortest and easiest Himalayan treks, boasting spectacular scenery and a picturesque view of the snow-covered Dhauladhar ranges and Kangra valley. It has become a popular choice for weekend getaways from Delhi and Punjab, offering an ideal destination for those seeking a short adventure trek.

This two-day trek is perfect for those with limited time to travel and explore new places. The Triund trek provides an opportunity to experience the beauty and tranquility of the Himalayas, even if just for a brief moment. While the trek may be short, it promises a taste of adventure as the trail can be steep at certain points.

Situated at an altitude of approximately 2,875 meters above sea level, Triund is a flat grassland that provides breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar mountain range. The trek is suitable for individuals of all age groups and can be completed in a day, making it an accessible option for a weekend getaway.


  • Trek through the highest waterfall of Mcleod ganj, the Bhagsunag waterfall. 
  • Triund trek is popular hiking route mainly because of ease and accessibility.
  • Camp under the starlit sky.
  • Witness the stunning views of Kangra Valley on one side and other tall snow capped Dhauladhar range. 
  • Every 20 min you will find cafes to buy snacks and water.


Easy to Moderate

Time : 9:30 am

Day 01:- Triund Trek via BhagsuNag Waterfall

Meeting point is Manu Adventures India Office at 10 am. We begin the trek to Triund via upper Bhagsu crossing the village area and reaching the biggest waterfall of Bhagsunag. We stop at the chill out Shiva Café for some snacks and then continue our trek. The guide will keep you entertained by telling stories about the place to ensure that you enjoy the walk and not get bored. The beautiful natural trail will keep you on your toes and walking on these trails will hold your interest throughout the tour. Further we trek to Triund via Katrani Dhar and you will feel glued to the spectacular beauty around you. Spend some time here in Triund capture the nature in your clicks and later trek back to Leta camps. Enjoy dinner near the bonfire with some soothing music. Spend time under the star studded night while enjoying the warmth of bonfire. Overnight stay at camps.


Time : 9:00 am

Day 02:- Downhill Trek to Mcleodganj

The sunrise is perhaps the main highlight of this trek so we get up early to view the Sunrise with some golden lights hitting the mountain ranges. Enjoy the hot breakfast click some nice pictures and then trek back to Mcleodganj by early noon on reaching the waterfall the guide will leave you there. You can spend time at the waterfall and visit the local Tibetian market and also visit the ancient temple there from here you are free for rest of the day to explore the city.

  • Accommodation in Dome tents on twin sharing basis
  • Meals while on trek Dinner and Breakfast (Veg.)
  • All necessary permits and entry fees
  • First aid medical kits and stretcher
  • Professional Trek Leader (Mountaineering qualified), Guide, and Support staff.
  • Porters/ponies to carry your baggage.
  • Any hotel in Dharamsala
  • Transportation
  • Train ticket, any other meals not mentioned above.
  • Expenses due to bad weather, Land Slide, Road block and any other natural reason beyond our control.
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One day to Triund is an excellent mountain trek! I went over the Bagsu Falls (fewer tourists than Dharamkot Path, full of people and empty plastic water bottles). It takes around 3:30 hours.

Triund Hills is also known as the crown jewel of Dharamsala. It is situated amidst the Dhauladhar mountains and gives stunning views. Triund is one of the most popular trekking spots in India that attracts a lot of tourists.

There are two ways to reach Triund from Mcleodganj. The first is the most popular and well known route which is from Dharamkot. This is relatively an easy trek with a gradual incline via Galu Devi Temple. The second one is from the biggest waterfall of Bhagsunag which is a bit more challenging but short.

No, there is no age limit for doing Triund trek. What should I carry for Triund Trek? While going on a Triund trek make sure you have a good pair of hiking shoes, sun screen, water and some snacks.

Yes, Triund Trek is safe for beginners. The route is well defined and there are a lot of cafes where one can rest and eat something.

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