Indrahar Pass: Every trekker's home to alluring natural beauty
For the adventurous trek lovers, who love to soak in the snow-capped trails of the captivating scenery of the Indrahar Pass, we have something to add to your travel Bucket-list. This time, Funday Holidays has an awesome four-day stress-buster trip over the mountainous terrains of Himachal Pradesh. If you are ready to sweat out your calories, this trip is absolutely worth every second. People often search for stopover rest points while traveling to McleodGanj from Dharamshala, and this is our travel suggestion for you.
The Indrahar Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most awe-inspiring treks in the Indian Himalayan terrains. Well, your geography classes and National Geographic Channel will have entailed scenic beauty, but a face-to-face experience is much more scintillating beyond words. We have something more amazing that would brighten up your Instagram-perfect imaginations of travel.
Himachal Pradesh is noted to be one of the gorgeous travel destinations in India. This serene place is a part of the Himalayas and once you reach Himachal Pradesh – you will get to see many valleys, small valleys, beautiful mountain passes, icy cold streams, and lush forests. This vegetation is untouched by the toxic modernization and is home to many animals and birds.
If you are traveling from Delhi to Mcleod ganj, this will be a great opportunity to enjoy the soothing McleodGanj weather. Over the years, trekkers have been wowed by the numerous places to visit in McleodGanj. It has been able to offer some of the most unsurpassable views of the icy jeweled coniferous forest ranges and the relatively comfortable McleodGanj temperature throughout the year suits everyone.
The Pass is about 4324 feet above sea level and you need to reach the Dhauladhar Array of mountains to see the magnificence of this Indrahar Pass. Once you commence the journey, you need to start from McLeod Ganj, and throughout the Himalayan ranges, you will see the breathtaking beauty of the Indrahar Pass Trek. Surely once you wall up the Indrahar Pass heights, the excitement will build up your adrenaline levels and provide a one-of-a-lifetime experience.
This trek is relatively a short, but calorie-burning one by all means. You won't regret the steady snow walk, the views, the icy air playing around you, and the pleasing warm culture of the local people. Definitely considered a challenging trek as a couple of sharp ascents will confront you. Plus, en route gear up for some classic huge boulder rocky tracks. Tired, but that would never kill the quest to see more as your eyes fall in love with Kangra valley at Triund, the mystical Lavesh caves. If you are traveling through the Dhauladhar range at Indrahar Pass, don't be surprised if you pause your walk for a minute. It is the perfect example of a fantasy world!
So, don't you want to know the trip itinerary we have in stock for you? Come along!
|Duration||:||4 Days , 3 Nights|
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1. Mcleod Ganj to Triund
Once you land in Himachal Pradesh, we will commence the trek to Indrahar Pass Trek and the route will take you from McLeod Ganj right up to the beautiful scenery of Triund. Be prepared to enjoy a 6 hours trek that will begin at 9 a.m.
Did you know that the Indrahar Pass is the line that divides Chamba and Kangra districts? Once you reach this place, enjoy the large stretch of ranges and mainly you will see the Dhauladhar range. Besides it, the free-flowing rivers of Lake Mankini and Kareri streams can be noticed.
Once you reach Triund’s topmost place, you can head off to the Mana village. This is where your night stay has been arranged and do have a great dinner at the camp.
2. Triund to Ilaqa
Once you have had a good night's sleep, we can set off to the first exciting trekking phase of your journey to the famous Lahesh caves. They are situated at a height of about 3500m right above sea level. Our travel experts will advise on how you should cross or cross through the caves and what times are suitable for a safe and exciting adventure.
Mostly, it is best that you visit the place during the early hours of the day, then up to early noon. After this, it has been noticed that the terrains may seem to be a bit of a challenge to trek, as the weather may be unpredictable.
As we trek further, get to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Snowline Café, and finally, you will be heading into the last destination of this wonderful trek on the second day. This is none other than Ilaqa Got, and it will be approximately just an hour away from the Snowline Café. You are free to choose your lodging for the night, as they do provide camps at Ilaqa Got. But in case you are not happy with it, you can head back to the Lahesh caves, where you will be provided safe camping facilities for the night.
3. Trek from Lahesh Caves To Indrahara Pass Ilaqa Got
On Day 3, get your trekking shoes on as one of the exciting locations awaits you. Finally, we are heading to the famous Pass. The trek journey will kick start from the uneven terrains at the Lahesh Caves. If you are a real adventure enthusiast, this is one crazy trip, where you are going to experience nature in its purest form. From the caves, you will move on to the Pass which is about 4300m above sea level.
Once the location has been reached, the panoramic views are an absolute fiesta for nature lovers. Enjoy the snow-clad views of the smaller Himalayan peaks from the Pass. Then, let's get back to the Ilaqa Got for a much-needed rest.
4. Ilaqa to Mcleod Ganj
Woe, we have reached the last day of the tour. And today, you get to revisit the trek trails of the Indrahar Pass route that you walked on the first two days. It will be a gradual walk that might take about 405 hours, depending on how many breaks you plan to take.
This is a wonderful trek to rewind your journey from Ilaqa Got to McLeod Ganj. Once the famous Mcleod Ganj has been reached, this memorable journey will come to an end. You can head back to your homes through the safest routes and our team will guide you on the same.
ANANDHAN M.s says:
It was a good experience With Funday Holidays. The trekking was very good and adventurous. Hope you guys grow to be the best group in the industry