Starting at Macleodganj, this is a pleasant trekk
ghat goes through river and beautiful mixed forest of oak , deodar and Rhododendron . With limited eating options on the way to refresh you ,carry some dry nuts or lunch pack for you to relieve your appetite , this trekk will be surely refreshing experience for a tired soul.
At a distance of 5 km from Dharamshala Bus Station and 8 km from McLeod Ganj Bus Stand, Indru Nag Temple is situated at Indru Nag near Chohla village in Dharamshala.
Indru Nag is an ancient temple built by local villagers and is dedicated to Snake King. People offer prayers to the Indru Nag and they strongly believe that this God saves them from the natural disasters, especially heavy rains. The temple is located on the hill top and one can get the panoramic view of Dharamshala and Dhauladhar ranges.
Indru Nag is also famous for Paragliding since 2011. There is a small plateau located at the hilltop which is used by paragliders as a launching pad for a 15-20 minutes ride. The altitude of the site is close to 2000 m and it offers a short but beautiful flight over the town of Dharamshala. Best time for paragliding at Indru Nag is between October and December. The famous slate mines of Khanyara are just 5 km from the paragliding site.
Enjoying a scintillating experience as you indulge in the adventurous activities of trekking and paragliding . Walk through the forests with variegated colours of green as you trek to the top of Triund and enjoy a free flying experience as you paraglide at Indrunag.
Triund -the crown jewel of Dharamshala - is situated in laps of Dhauladar mountains. With tbe beutiful view of the Dhauladar maountains , on one side and kangra valley on the other , Triund is the hotspot for trekkers.
On the way , you will witness soaring high in the skies , amongst the clouds . This trekk will surely leave you with stories to tell.