Report At International Youth Club Trek to Triund and Indrahar Pass 3 Night and 4 Days.
Short Itinerary : Day 01: Arrive at Mcleodganj- Begin trek to Triund Via Galu Devta Temple Day 02: Triund to Lahesh Cave (11400 feet) via Illaqa Day 03: Lahesh Cave to Indrahar Pass (14245 feet) Indrahar Pass to Illaqa (12730 feet) Day 04: Illaqa to McLeodganj
Day-wise details Day 01 : Arrive at Mcleodganj- Begin trek to Triund Via Galu Devta Temple Reach on your own at Mcleodganj base camp and begin the Indrahar Pass trek from the village of either Bhagsunag or Dharamkot, both of which are near the hill town of McLeodganj. The path leads above the villages first to a temple, dedicated to Galu Devta – a local deity – and then it starts climbing. Hike uphill through pristine forests of deodar trees, and see the mighty and almost-vertical mountains of the Dhauladhar Range. Beyond the shrine, the trail rises rapidly and the hike becomes challenging and adventurous. Keep walking through forests of oak and rhododendron bushes on a ridge that is perpendicular to Triund – another ridge. Pass the latter landform and reach a grassy meadow to set up camps for an overnight stay. Meals: Pack Lunch and Dinner Day 02 : Triund to Lahesh Cave (11400 feet) via Illaqa Early in the morning, restart this Indrahar Pass trekking trip, and stroll further uphill. The terrain becomes rocky and almost barren with a few oak trees and rhododendron bushes scattered on the slopes. After a while, the path turns to the east and climbs above the tree line, with the vegetation now consisting of only a few patches of grass here and there. A number of boulders will come in the way of the top of the ridge, you are treading on. Upon completing this demanding ascent, reach the meadow of Illaqa, which has a welcoming tea stall. Rest here for sometime before beginning another round of treacherous climbing towards Lahesh Cave to camp at night. The cave is like a long, narrow slit in a huge wall of granite with huge boulders strewn around the entrance. On reaching the site, crouch, mind your head and crawl towards the cave. Once inside, you will find enough space for a whole group to sit, cook and get some rest Meals: Breakfast, Pack Lunch and Dinner Day 03 : Lahesh Cave to Indrahar Pass (14245 feet) Indrahar Pass to Illaqa (12730 feet) Early in the morning, begin the longest leg of the trek to Indrahar Pass that will take you to its summit. Continue ascending along the north-eastern face of the ridge, and later tread along with a lot of caution as the track becomes rocky, making the journey tough and challenging. Along the way, there are sheer drops of almost 300 feet, and looking down from here is sure to get your heart racing. All of a sudden, the gradient of the path increases even more, and this is an indication that the destination is now close. On reaching the pass, notice a number of Trishuls, adorned with pieces of red cloth, fixed in a pyramidal pile of boulders and rocks. The views from the top are unbelievable with snow visible on higher reaches and may be some clouds below. If there are no clouds, then the views of the entire Kangra Valley may capture your attention. After clicking photos and appreciating the bounties of nature from up here, start hiking downhill to reach the Illaqa meadow for an overnight stay in tents. Meals: Breakfast, Pack Lunch and Dinner Day 04 : Illaqa to McLeodganj In the early hours of the day, begin the final stage of this Indrahar Pass trekking tour that will also be the easiest of all. The distance to be covered today is approximately 12 km, but since it is a downhill journey, it will not take a heavy toll on your body. On reaching the hill station of McLeodganj, move on for your onward journey. Meals: Breakfast
Stay in Camps/Homestay/Dome Tents, Sleeping Bags, Sleeping Mats
Facility to keep you extra luggage at the Reporting Base Camp
Forest Entry/Permissions/Permits and Camping Charges , if any
Experienced & Professional Guides, Group Insurance, First Aid and Certification on Completion.
You can leave your luggage Safely at our Base Camp at no additional charges when you go for the trek and collect the same when you return the next day.
Lockers & Wash and Change Facility available at the Base Camp
Meals during road journeys
Cost of any kind of travel insurance
Any expense not specified in the inclusion list
Transfer from you city to Reporting Base Camp & Return
Personal expenses towards tips, telephone calls, laundry, beverage, insurance etc.
It does not include any airfare or transportation or extra over and above the expedition plan.
It also does not include expenses towards medical exigencies and other emergencies, unforeseen handling costs due to weather disturbance, landslides, political unrest, changes in local unions/associations rules and situation beyond our control. However, all best possible assistance would be provided in case of exigencies.
All applicable taxes
Things to Carry
Things to Carry
Ruck sack bag with rain cover. Quantity -1
Hand Torch with spare batteries. Quantity -1
U V protection sunglasses. Quantity -1
1 Litre water bottle. Quantity -1
Non-skid deep treaded hiking shoes Quantity -1
Pair of light weight Slipper/Sandals Quantity -1
Quick Dry Warm lower or Track Pants. Quantity - 2
Full sleeves T-shirts/ Sweatshirts. 1 for every 2 days of trekking
Pair of thick woolen socks. 1 pair for every two days of trekking
Thermal Body warmer Upper & Lower. Quantity-1
Undergarments. Quantity - 1 for every day of trekking
Warm jacket closed at wrist & neck .Quantity-1
Full sleeves sweater. Quantity -1
Rain wear ( Jacket & Pants ) . Quantity-1
Pair of Warm Gloves. Quantity-1
Woolen cap. Quantity-1
Sun shielding Hat. Quantity -1
Personal toiletries kit (Small Towel, Toilet paper, paper soap, Bar soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, cold cream etc.)
Sun screen lotion small pack . Quantity -1
Lip Balm small pack. Quantity-1
Small size, Light weight & Leak proof lunch box. Quantity-1(Shall be provided)
Plate. Quantity- 1; Spoon.Quantity-1(Shall be provided)
Tea/Coffee (plastic) Mug.Quantity-1 (Shall be provided)
Camera with extra batteries (Optional)
Dry fruits, Nuts, Chocolate bars (Optional)
Carry your medicines in plenty in case you have any specific ailment. Consult your doctor before joining the trek.
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Map & Directions
Map & Directions
Triund and Indrahar Pass ( outside delhi )
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