A Mesmerizing Experience Indrahar Pass Trek

 

A Mesmerizing Experience Indrahar Pass Trek

The Indrahar Pass offers a magnificent scenic beauty of the mighty Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas, an offbeat path passing through the forests of Dharamshala. The Indrahar crossing forms the state line between the districts of Kangra as well as Chamba at an altitude of 4,342 m. over medium sea level. The climb is steeper in front and the greenery changes to rhododendrons as well as oaks along the way. Continue to walk up a ridge to reach a verdant forest called Triund. In the morning, begin your trekking tour on Indrahar Pass by walking uphill again.



Day 1


After a healthy breakfast, you should start the walk by 8:00 a.m. or 9:00 a.m. If you wish to trim down the location on the first day, you can take the bus to the Galu Devi Temple. That's about 6kms to cut your walk. The entire time would be about 4-5 hours from McLeodganj to Triund. But the time would be reduced to 3-4 hours starting at Galu Devi temple. The route passes through the small hamlet of Gaddi Shepherds, following a dense mixed cover with the rhododendron, Cedar, and Oak trees of the Himalayans. You finally come to Triund, the flat meadow on a ridge, after walking another 2-3 hours. From here, a breathtaking view is on the one hand of the Dhauladhar Range and on the other of the Kangra Valley. Pitch your tents and stay here for the night.


Day 2


Wake up early in the morning and begin your day with the absorption of the panorama of powerful Dhauladhar since the morning view from Triund is fascinating. You start walking all the way to Ilaqa Pass after a hearty breakfast. The very next halt is 3-4 hours long, but somehow the walk is very similar to Triund, until you get to the Snowline Cafe and also a green meadow. Laka Goth or Snowline Cafe is situated 2 kilometers far from Triund, which is mostly uphill. Laka Got's views are pretty wonderful. To the east, in a number of peaks, the Dhauladhar Ridge rises. When Ilaqa Pass is reached, unwrap the bags and put the tents up there. During the rest of the day, you will explore the area and admire the view from here of Indrahar Pass. You must relax here, as the walk from here is very incredibly hard because the path is full of rocks. It's easy to trek until the Iaqa Pass, but after that things are changing. So prepare yourself tomorrow for some action!


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Day 3


It's a long day now, so try to start as soon as possible. Have breakfast early in the morning and leave for your next Indrahar Pass destination. You would travel approximately 12 km, which depends on your pace, from Ilaqa pass to the very same place for about 8-9 hours. In the beginning, the path goes up the hill, and then it goes out. From Ilaqa Crossing to Indrahar Pass, the journey is high as well as entirely uphill. Levels of difficulty vary from moderate to tough, because you may want to crawl on some curves and climb due to the corner lift. On this trail, the vegetation is in the monsoon only. It is otherwise completely dried up and during the summers terrain is rocky or rocky. Similarly, during the winter, the entire trail is white covered with snow. You'd pass Lahesh Caves, about an hour away from the Ilaqa Pass, while climbing. If you continue walking for approximately two hours, you soon will find an additional steep climb of approximately 300-400 m to the Dhauladhar crest followed by a 1 km long track, which leads directly under the ridge to Indrahar Pass. Pir Panjal standing erect north and Mani Mahesh Kailash (5656 m), on the east, are fascinating. The views are impressive on the cross. Once you have reached Indrahar, take some time and enjoy the majestic views and rest for a while. 



Day 4


It's the last day of an incredibly interesting and delightful experience. On the same way back from the Triund via the grassy weeds to Bhagsu Nag and then to Mcleodganj gradually descended. Today's trek involves the downhill experience. This is the end to one of the most amazing experiences one can have.


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