It is logical that there are a lot of new companies offering a diverse variety of travel packages to Triund. It’s not unusual to find that some businesses also encourage absurd notions of screenings for films and disrupt the peace and tranquility of this beautiful place.
Triund trekking is located within the Himalayas at an elevation of around 2828 meters (9350 feet) is located near the base of the Dhauladhar ranges.
The best time to visit Triund is the best choice. Any season with the exception of February and January because of the heavy snowfall can be used in order to visit Triund Trek. However, prior to when it gets too hot, the time before the North Indian monsoon starts, between March and the middle or at the end of June’s end, is the best moment to go to Triund.
Planning a trip to Triund?
How do I travel to Delhi To Triund or Mcleodganj Mcleodganj is situated about 250 km from Chandigarh and 500 km from Delhi. There are two options for reaching it by car or using a train or bus.
Road leading to Triund
If you’d like to go through Dharamshala towards McLeod Ganj, and then continue the hike to Triund You can pick from the two options described below:
Delhi, Chandigarh, Ropar, Nangal, Una, Mubarakpur, Dehra, Kangra, Dharamshala, McLeod Ganj as well as Triund are all on this list. There is also an alternative route, which passes via Delhi, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Mubarakpur, Dehra, Kangra, Dharamshala, McLeod Ganj, and Triund.
By bus by bus: The option of taking the over night Volvo that is operated by one of HRTC or HPTDC is the best method to reach Mcleodganj after leaving Delhi. Commercial companies offer buses that run in the evening that run between Delhi as well as Dharamshala. However, I would select HRTC and HPTDC ahead of others because of their reliability of services.
From Delhi the journey takes between 11 and 12 hours to get to Dharamshala. Depending on the type of bus that you choose, the cost there Dharamshala from Delhi is ranging between Rs 750 and 1500.
Train travel is the second best and efficient method of getting from Mcleod Ganj to Triund. For getting to Pathankot you can take trains, which take about 6-7 hours . It is approximately 250 rupees for a sleeper sofa.
From Pathankot From Pathankot Dharamshala There are a variety of buses and jeeps shared with locals which run each hour or so, and cost approximately Rs 150. A distance of 10-12 km separates Dharamshala from Mcleod Ganj, and until late in the evening, both the public and private buses are readily available.
It is possible to fly towards Dharamshala (Gaggal Airport, or Kangra Airport), and then hire a private vehicle to travel up to Mcleod Ganj. Take note that I’d suggest adding a few days to your schedule to allow for flexibility however if you’re strapped for time and would like to trek to Triund on a weekend, I’d suggest this schedule:
In the evening, around 6-7 at night, you can take at least an over-night HPTDC Volvo bus from Delhi to Mcleodganj. The bus will drop you there about 6 am. You can stay in a hotel space to get fresh or go to the public bathroom in case it’s more suitable for you.
On Saturday, enjoy an energizing breakfast before getting ready. Take an assortment of drinks and fruits for your journey to Triund. At around 10 or 11 AM you can begin your walk to Triund by hiring a taxi from The Galu Temple. The trek takes you through beautiful forest trails and offers some stunning observation places. Triund is expected to be in the area at 2:00-3:00 PM.
If you don’t have one you can reserve a tent by contact with the staff at the cafe. Experience the spectacular sunset, take in the stunning sunset, and watch the sun’s disappearance from the horizon. Then, take a break for the rest of the day. Stay inside your camping tents in a pre-arranged hotel, or in the event that you’ve booked for The Forest Rest House.
Get up early to watch the sunrise. up early. After breakfast, start your trek to Mcleod Gaj. Follow the trail that leads up to Bhagsu Naag waterfall, which is located in Dharamkot and spend a few hours there. If you’re still in the mood then you can visit Mcleodganj before getting on the bus back home.
The Most Well-Known Route for Round Trip
As you will see, it’s possible to plan an excursion for a weekend for the Triund Hike however, it will be very hectic and hinder you from fully enjoying the hike over the fatigue and rest.
So, I would advise that you create the following itinerary as a typical journey towards Dharamshala, McLeod Ganj, and Triund.
Day 1: Relax the night before heading to McLeod Ganj. Dharamshala in the morning, as well as Delhi.
Trekking to McLeod Ganj to Triund on Day 2.
3rd day Triund to McLeodganj
Day Four Day Four: Explore Monasteries Go to Mcleod Ganj and Dharamshala, enjoy a meal in a cafe, then take the nighttime Volvo to get back to home.
Days 5 – 6 (Optional) Days of rest and relaxation at Triund and Mcleod Ganj/Dharamshala.
Facilities for Har Har Mahadev Trek in Triund
At Triund the tents are on sale at a cost of Rs 300-500 per night However, there might not be tents in stock right away. In Triund there is also the option to transport and put up the tent. On the top of Triund, there is a Forest Rest House where you can stay, however, making a reservation isn’t that easy.