Try to reach Triund by 4 to 5 pm, otherwise you will miss the sunset. It's amazing in its own way. when we reach there, we were already late but somehow we manage to watch the sunset. We walk around, had tea and spend a night camping at Triund. the calmness has its own language. In the front side is the mighty Himalayas and to the back the beautiful Dharamsala. temperature in the evening dropped as low as 16C and it does not took much time to realized. We make group of 2 people and took a walk in the search of flammable(woods, clothes, shoe, paper etc). Thanks to God, we got a bit. Late in the evening we had gossip around bonfire, then had dal-chawal at local shop up there. It generally rains in the morning up there. so be prepared for cold chilled morning. i woke up by 6AM. maggi and tea as snack is the only options. The Sunset, moonrise and sunrise in the Dhauladhars are not meant to missed when you are in Triund. For me it's life time experience.