Best mcleodGanj road trip and Triund Trek

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Triund Trek
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Introduction 

 Triund trek is one of the shortest and easiest treks in the Himalayas, offering magnificent landscapes and picturesque views of the snow-clad Dhauladhar ranges and the Kangra valley. 

 This short two-day excursion can easily be completed over a weekend. Most of us do not have enough time to travel, explore new places or go on an adventure trip. Triund Trek allows us to explore the beauty and tranquility of the Himalayas; this trip might be short but it will give you a taste of adventure as the road is a bit steep at times. 

 Mcleodganj, known as the “Little Lhasa (Tibet) of India” is located on the outskirts of Dharamshala. It is a small and beautiful hill station with a mix of Tibetan and Indian cultures and is located at an altitude of 2082 meters. The place is located amidst the mighty Dhauladhars hills and is a great weekend getaway for people living in Chandigarh, New Delhi, Gurgaon, Ambala, and other neighboring cities. 

 This is a 3-day tour from New Delhi where we spend a day exploring Mcleod Ganj, visiting a monastery, Bhagsu Falls, and a cafe. Just know about the place and the people. A mixture of cultures that is so easily integrated into the urban routine. The next day after breakfast we start the trek to Triund which is a very good trek starting from McleodGanj and winding towards the top. Camping under the stars, above the valley, the sunrise dazzles the snowy peaks. Be careful in Triund. 

 McLeod Ganj, Himachal Pradesh 

 Come out and enjoy this event 

 Invite your friends and enjoy a shared experience with them.

 Depart New Delhi 

 Depart Delhi at 20:00 from Maharana Pratap ISBT Kashmere Gate New Delhi by Volvo bus. 

 Arrive at Mcleodganj, visit the monastery and waterfalls. Open your eyes to the mighty mountains of Dhauladhars. Mcleodganj is 

90 km from Delhi, we will reach there at 10:00 AM. Tea and breakfast on arrival. Check into the reserved camps and relax a bit. After lunch we explored Mcleodganj. Visit Namgyal Monastery, Bhagsunath Falls, and then return to the campsite in the evening. After dinner, get ready for the next day in Triund and sleep peacefully. 

 Start the Mcleodganj Triund tour from Delhi with beautiful Himalayan sightseeing for three days and two nights. This tour is for all ages. Triund has a beautiful road through beautiful oak, deodar, and rhododendron forest. Start from Delhi on the first day of the Mcleodganj Triund trek around 8:00 PM and reach Dharamshala the next day. On the way to Triund, you can see the sunrise from the mountain and the positive energy. On the fifth day, after reaching Delhi at 7:00 AM, you will complete the journey from Delhi to Mcleodganj Triund. 

 Trek Triund

 Wake up to a refreshing morning in the beautiful mountains. After breakfast, we will hike to the Triundi mountain. Trek Triundi starts from Mcleodganj main chowk. Apart from a few sections, the slope of the trek is gentle and the total length of the trek is 9 km. The road leads through a dense pine forest with a beautiful view of the valleys. The trip to Triund takes about 5-6 hours. Triund is located at an altitude of 2,875 meters (9,32 ft) above sea level.

Camps are established with a triund. Enjoy the view of the Kangra Valley. Dinner and overnight there. Travel down to Mcleodganj and depart. Wake up and be mesmerized by the breathtaking views of the Dhauladhars. After breakfast, I started trekking down to Mcleodganj. Arrival at Mcleodganj in the afternoon. If time allows, check out the cafes and markets. We will leave for Delhi at 18:00. Arrive in New Delhi early at 7-8 am. 

Mcleodganj is a hill station near Dharamshala which is popular among all trekkers. Its culture is a beautiful blend of Tibetan and British influences. McLeodganj (also spelled McLeodGanj or Mcleodganj) is a suburb of Dharamsala in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. 

 Due to its large Tibetan population, it is known as “Little Lhasa” or “Dhasa” (a short form of Dharamshala used mainly by Tibetans). The Tibetan Government-in-Exile is headquartered in Himachal’s McLeod Ganj. 

Its average elevation is 2,082 meters (6,831 ft). It is located in the Dhauladhar range with the highest peak “Hanuman Ka Tibba” at about 5,639 meters (18,500 ft) just behind it. Add up to your bucket list. It is a must-go trekking destination companies by your colleagues or family.