At a distance of 16 km from McLeod Ganj and 21 km from Dharamshala, Indrahar Pass is a mountain pass in the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas near the town of Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. Located at an altitude of 4,342 m above mean sea level, Indrahar pass forms the border between Kangra and Chamba districts. The trekking trail to Indrahar pass is very popular and the trek starts from Galu Devi temple above Dharamkot village near Dharamsala, which is 2 km from McLeod Ganj Bus Stop. The Indrahara Pass trek is considered a moderate to difficult trek. The trek passes through the camping grounds of Triund, Illaqa, and Lahesh Caves. Guna Devi to Triund is a 6 km steep but marked trail. Triund is the base camp for the trekkers who continue the trek to Lahesh Cave, Indrahara Pass and Bharmour. Along the way there are many small Tea shops where one can refresh during the hike. Trek up to Triund is very popular and busy with many local and foreign visitors. The trek gets slightly difficult from this point and it requires climbing boulders after passing Lahesh Cave. From Triund, the trail leads to Lahesh Cave (4 km from Triund) via Illaka passing through a meadow scattered with boulders. From Lahesh Cave, another 4 km steep climb over the rocks will take to Indrahar Pass. At the higher elevations there is a steep 300 - 400 m ascent towards the crest of the Dhauladhar. The trail continues over the crest and comes across several ascents. From the pass one can view Pir Panjal Range in the north and Mani Mahesh Kailash (5656 m) peak in the east. The total trek needs to 3-4 days with an experienced guide.

3 Nights 4 Days Available on request

Day 01: Trek from Mcleodganj to Triund

Reach our Base Camp at Dharamkot, shower then we'll start our trek at around 10 am. it's a gorgeous rehearse mixed forests of the deodar, oak and rhododendron. Triund is situated on a ridge with a gorgeous view of the entire Kangra valley on one side and Dhauladhar range on the opposite side. First 2km may be a steep ascent but there's a gradual ascent after Galu Devi temple. The last 1 km is again a steep ascent through the forest. Triund may be a flat meadow on top of a ridge. From here one can witness a bird's eye view of Dhauladhar range on one side and Kangra valley on the opposite may be a memorable sight. Overnight stay in tents.

Day 02: Trek from Triund to Laka Got

After a brief ascent from Triund traverse a ridge to succeed in Laka Got – a short lived shepherd camp. Laka Got is situated at the snout of alittle glacier, which is filled with snow and ice in early summer and therefore the snow melts away during the monsoon. So we'll even have some activities on snow. Night stay within the camp at Laka Got.

Day 03: Trek from Laka need to Indrahar Pass

Start early within the morning, the weather gets bad within the afternoon. within the early summer (April to May) the trail is filled with snow and ice and need good equipment. During post-monsoon (September to November) there's no snow or ice and there's a narrow trail rising to the pass. It takes about three to four hours to succeed in the pass and another three hours to return down. From the pass entire Pir Panjal range of central Himalayas may be a sight to behold. Back to Laka Got For Panjal range of central Himalayas may be a sight to behold. Back to Laka Got for night stay.

Day 04: Trek from Laka Got ‐ Mcleodganj

Follow an equivalent route on the way back via Triund . this may depend upon the snow. If there's less snow then we'll follow a special route which matches from Triund going over a grassy meadow and descend right down to Bhagsu Nag then to Mcleodganj. During the evening, we all will board our respective buses but a pocketful of memories will accompany all folks .

What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation in Tents on Sharing Basis
  • Sleeping Bags and Mattress
  • All Meals (From Day 1 (Packed Lunch) to Day 4(Breakfast))
  • Kitchen Tents and every one Kitchen Items
  • Toilet Tent
  • Permits
  • Care Kit

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Expenses that are Personnel in Nature.
  • Porter, Mules.
  • Anything not Mentioned Under Inclusions.
  • Extra Food aside from Mentioned Above