Indrahar Pass Trek: Complete Trekking Guide

Indrahar Pass trek

With great scenes, shimmering streams, basic precipices, calm lakes and deodar woods by and large all through the excursion, the Indrahar Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most miracle – blending ventures in the Indian Himalayan region that shoots the cerebrum of a few swashbucklers from all age pack. The journey is an optimal blend of various nature and standard shades of Himachal, and it relaxes from a level of 2,900 metres to 4,450 metres. The Indrahar Pass pushes toward the line among Kangra and Chamba areas and uncovers the stretch of Dhauladhar range with the intriguing gander at bequests under. It moreover uncovers the quiet waters of Lake Mankini and Kareri. Notwithstanding, the feeble stone road tracks of the Dhauladhar and rhododendrons and a wide level of avifauna at different rising fundamentally manages the outing and wins the point of convergence of explorers.

The Indrahar Pass trek, which is one of the easy to arrange ventures in Himachal Pradesh, takes off from McLeodganj, which is the seat of Dalai Lama, to Triund at 2,900 metres. The outing to Triund through Dharamkot town and Galu Devi uncovers a phenomenal point of view on the Kangra Valley and Dharamshala town. From Triund, how starts to Lahesh Cave through Laka going through a dell dissipated with rocks.

From Lahesh Cave the journey for the day starts for Indrahar Pass walking around the stones straight on the North East face of the edge, keeping the hazardous mass of Mon aside. The way happens over the apex and runs more than a few risings. Close to the south misrepresent the Kangra valley and the distant fields of Punjab in a blue darkness, while up north rising stacks appear at like the Pir Panjal northward, Kishtwar westward, Bara Bangahal to east and Manimahesh toward the upper east. The way further happens down to Chhata going through an untamed stream over the dull stone and drops into a remarkable valley speckled with a few kinds of wildflowers. From Chhata, the course snakes to Kuarsi through Kursi Nala and starts at Brehi while making a beeline for Lamu followed by Donali. Brehi is the entryway to Minikani Lake, and the track goes through thick woodlands through Drakund. Coming about to cross the Minikani Lake, the course prompts Kareri Lake and some time later to the camp at Kareri followed by the declining journey to McLeodganj.

Best Time to visit

  • May to Mid-October

During the early months of the year, there are chances of snow on high passes, which extraordinarily relax by August. During the hurricane season, Kangra and Dhauladhar range stays affected thinking about deluge, yet when we dissect the high places, the weather patterns is warm and amazing 12-20 °C during the day, while the night temperature could be in less – 2 to 6 °C. During the September and October, trailblazers can experience a lovely environment, with little snowfall. With the start of October, the day temperature is drifting around 12-18 °C yet the night starts getting basically colder with – 6°C to 4 °C.

Where is the Indrahar Pass Trek?

Indrahar is a mountain pass in Dhauladhar extent of Himalaya, at a rise of 4350 metres  over the sea level. Notable for its venturing trails, the pass is fundamentally a wilderness which isolates the famous locales of Himachal Pradesh-Kangra and Chamba. An open door to go for heading out to Indrahar Pass is during May and October.

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Indrahar Pass Trek Itinerary

Day 01: Delhi – McLeodganj (2196 mts/7,200 ft)

In the evening, you will board to McLeodganj from one of the meeting points in New Delhi. Overnight Journey.

Day 02: Arrive McLeodganj

In the evening, the guide will give you a briefing on trekking.

Day 03: McLeodganj – Triund (3000 mts/9818 ft.) 10 kms/3-4 hrs

Then the trek will start from Triund and the adventure begins.

Day 04

After breakfast, we will reach Lahesh Cave. To approach the cave, one has to cross the bridges and gardens and then Overnight stay in Lahesh Cave camps.

Day 05

Post breakfast; start trekking uphill towards indrahar trek. But when you reach the pass, the rewarding view of Pir Panjal Range 4,150 m in the north and Mani Mahesh Kailash 5656 M peak in the east will compensate for all the effort.  Overnight stay and dinner in the Chatru Parao

Day 06

For the first few kilometres, trek to the left side of the valley, after a few kilometres there will be a bridge, cross it and follow the series of meadows till Kursi valley. Dinner and overnight stay in Kursi camp.

Day 07

After breakfast, then downhill trek till Machetar. 

Day 08: Chamba – Pathankot – Delhi

Post breakfast, we will drive to Pathankot. From Pathankot, overnight journey.

Day 09: Delhi

Arrival in Delhi.


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