It is a serene & attractive destination nestled in the lap of Dhauladhar Range, It offers jaw-dropping view of the snow covered Dhauladhar Range on one side & charismatic Kangra Valley on other side.
It attracts tourists every year from all over the world. It is a moderate trek and can be easily done by almost all age groups.
The amazing panoramic views from the top at different times of day highlights the beauty of Triund.
"Chasing angels or fleeing demons go to mountains " - Jeffery Rasley
Triund is also a gateway to reach & cross the beautiful and a bit tougher trek to the mountains called Inderahara Pass.
Best Time to Visit
Accessible throughout the year, except Jan & Feb, due to heavy snow fall. The best time to visit is from March to June.
How to Reach
Nearest Airport: Gaggal (13 Kms from Dharamshala)
Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot (185 Kms from Dharamshala)
Buses: Direct Volvo or ordinary bus service between Delhi & Dharamshala
Total Trek Distance : 9 Kms from McLeod Ganj, (4-5 hrs )
Difficulty Level: Easy
Starting & Ending Point: McLeod Ganj
The Trek for Triund starts from McLeod Ganj near Dharamshala. McLeod Ganj is said to be the place where Dalai Lama stayed in exile when he came from Tibet to India. It is also known as "Little Lhasa or 'Dhasa' " because of its large population of Tibetans.
The place features the energetic & unmistakable Tibetan culture. One will be fascinated to see the splendid Monasteries, Prayer Wheels, Flags & Lamas.