McLeodganj – Boh – Kanol
After breakfast today we drive to BohVillage the starting point of the trek. It is a steep ascent from Boh for about couple of hours to reach Batuni Village. At Batuniwe visit the village and witness the lifestyle of local people. Another hours climb takes us to Lingru Nag Temple which is our lunch point. After lunch it is a downhill walk through the lush green fields till we reach Kanol Village where we camp for the overnight stay.Overnight in the tents/ home stay.
McLeod Ganj – Triund
After breakfast we drive to the Galu Devi Temple which is a 30 minutes drive. From here we start our hike for the day. The trek for the day starts with an ascent towards Triund. The trail passes through mixed forest of oak, rhododendron and deodar trees Trail is steep but the excellent views of Dhramkot and Dhramshala valley compensate for the efforts. Triund is a flat meadow on top of a ridge. From here panoramic views of Dhauladhar range towards the north and Kangra valley towards the south are worth memorable sight. Overnight in tents.
Triund – Laka Got
The trail from Triund climbs to a ridge and traverse towards right to reach laka Got. Today we will again hike through forest of oak and rhododendron. Laka Got is a temporary shepherd camp and is situated at the snout of small glacier, which is full of snow and ice in early summer, and the snow melts away during the monsoon. Laka Got is a big alpine meadow which marks the start of boulder and scree fields. Along the trail we are likely to meet the gaddi shepherds who inhabit the region and get to interact with them and know more about their way of life. Overnight in tents.
Laka Got – Indrahar Pass
Today is the big day! We scale the pass and get back to our campsite by evening time. It’s going to be a long and exhausting day but we are going to be more than suitably rewarded for our effort. We have an early breakfast and start hiking through steep scree terrain to reach Lahesh caves. From the caves to the pass it is a completely uphill hike and we are going to take about 3-4 hrs to make it to the top. The route can become slightly technical at certain points depending upon the snow conditions but our guides will be there to assist you throughout so there’s nothing that you need to be concerned about. On top of the pass you will surely feel like being on top of the world with outstanding views all around. You get views of the snow-capped peaks of Pir Panjal range, Mani Mahesh, Kailash peak and the underlying Kangra valley. After taking pictures and soaking in the views we will hike back to the campsite. Overnight in tents.
Triund – McLeod Ganj
This is probably the finest stretch of the trek from Triund to Mcleodganj. The excellent hike of the day offers excellent views of Dhauladhars. There are excellent views of Dhauladhar range in the north and Dhramshala valley in the south. We pass along a beautiful water fall before finishing our trek at Bhagsu Nag village near a Hindu temple. Trek ends here. From here we drive to toMcleodganj.