Dharamshala is a popular hill station in Himachal Pradesh that attracts a large number of tourists annually. It is the principal township of the Kangra district and was formerly known as Bhagsu. This hill station boasts of a thick cover of oak and conifer trees along with snow-capped mountains on three sides.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrive Delhi And Travel Overnight In Train From Delhi To Pathankot
Upon arrival in Delhi, we are met by our local guides and transfer to a hotel in Delhi to freshen up. There will be some free time to explore Delhi this afternoon, before we take the transfer to the train station to catch our sleeper train to Pathankot.
Day 2: Pathankot To Dharamsala
Arriving in Pathankot early morning, we then transfer by coach to Dharamsala – the spiritual home of his Holiness the Dalai Lama. There we will be some free time today to explore this fascinating town, before we meet later in the evening for dinner and a briefing for the start of our challenge tomorrow. Over night stay at hotel Dharamsala .
Day 3: Dharamsala (Macloed Ganj) To Kareri (2,070m)
Following breakfast at our Hotel, we take the transfer to our start point to begin trekking! Our first few kilometres are undulating until we reach Satobari Village, which is where we start our descent through pine forests to Ghere Village. We stop at a mountain stream to enjoy lunch .We continue after lunch with a steep ascent for about 2 hours to Kareri Village, where we set up camp next to the Laund River.
This is one of the most enchanting and picturesque trek leading from Kullu Valley into scenic Kangra Valley. Magnificent Himalayan Vista opens up as the trail traverses myriad...
Satobari Village Tracking
Day 4: Kareri To Bal Village (2,330m)
After experiencing our first night under the stars, we continue ascending on a gradual trail passing through many charming villages, passing beautiful open meadows and pine forests on the way. We take a short descent to the mountain stream to stop for lunch, then ascend sharply afterwards to Bal Village.
Trekking distance – approx. 15km
Day 5: Bal Village To Triund (2,995m)
We continue our trek by crossing over a suspension bridge then ascending through rhododendron and pine forest for approx. 2 hours. We’ll soon come across the local ‘chai’ (tea) shop, where we can take a rest and enjoy our surroundings.
All around us are the Gaddi tribal people taking their cattle up to the high pastures of Lak and Triund. Continuing our ascent after lunch, we finally reach our camp on an alpine meadow facing the breathtaking snow-capped peaks of the Dhauladhar mountain range.
Triund 18 km from Dharamshala, It lies at the feet of the perpetually snow clad Dhauladhar at the height of 2975 m. The snow line starts at Ilaqa (3350 mtr), 5km from Triund. ...
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Day 6: Triund To Laka Got (3,550m) And Back Totriund
Our trek today is a challenging ascent to see the fascinating Laka Got, situated at the tip of a glacier. There will be an opportunity for us to trek on the glacier in order to reach Lahes Cave – an overnight shelter used by the shepherds travelling over the mountains with their sheep.
After making the effort to climb up to the cave, we return to Triund for our last night under the stars.
The Lahesh Cave is located at the base of Indrahara Pass. The trek crosses Laqa Gote.
Lahesh cave , Dharamshala
Day 7: Triund To Bhagsu Nag And Transfer To Dharamsala
Following our last breakfast in the campsite, we begin trekking over a grassy ridge which offers us lasting memories of the snow capped peaks that surround us.
Our trek continues with a steep descent to the Bahgsu Nallaha stream – we cross the stream by hopping over the boulders with the help of our local guides. We push towards Bhagsu Nag, which has a divine temple and natural springs which we can visit before taking the transfer back to Dharamsala.
This evening we enjoy our celebratory dinner to take in our achievements.
We have a free morning to further explore this magical town – why not visit the Tibetan market or take a visit to one of the majestic monasteries? In the afternoon, we take the transfer back to Pathankot train station to catch the overnight sleeper train back to Delhi.