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Reviews of SnowLine Cafe • 8
Return back to Mcleodganj from the same trail that you had taken a day before.
There is a singular cafe at Snowline from where you can see the Indrahar Pass lying down in your tents. Unlike Triund campsite which is filled up with a crowd that would give the densest of regions in the world a competition, you get something that most of the people answer the call of mountains in first place for- serenity.
Our next stop is Snow line cafe or "Sanow line cafe". This is where the snow and the tricky part starts. Trek in snow is not easy as it seems. Pointers to keep in mind: 1. shoe that does not slips in snow, does not get wet in snow ( to protect feet from frost bites); 2. Having water proof gloves, so that in case one needs to have grip in ice, fingers can be used; 3. Use stick while going downhill the snow is helpful; 4. Do not over eat or fill the stomach (eat light); 5. stay hydrated.
Trekking from Triund to Snowline
A step in to the Dhauladhar ranges which welcomes you with more than 6 feets on snow. Hailstorms, snowfall, rains... clouds like smoke. It was a sight to remember. Height---> 3200+ meters
A place you can spend some time with you ignoring the chaos at Triund. Mr Sharma Ji runs this beautiful Cafe, met Sharma ji on the way to Snow Line Cafe, and got to know that he closed, since i don't have food, he said"ab jo chalna hi padege, tum aaye ho to " and trekked back (1.5hrs)... love you all the Himachal Peoples
Indrahar Pass View from the top
The last cafe after Triund, this will be one of the last stops to buy your necessities from before the trek. A beautiful view, but everything with a higher cost than it should be.