4 days 3 nights
Reach our Base Camp at Dharamkot, shower then we'll start our trek at around 10 am. it's a gorgeous rehearse mixed forests of the deodar, oak and rhododendron. Triund is situated on a ridge with a gorgeous view of the entire Kangra valley on one side and Dhauladhar range on the opposite side. First 2km may be a steep ascent but there's a gradual ascent after Galu Devi temple. The last 1 km is again a steep ascent through the forest. Triund may be a flat meadow on top of a ridge. From here one can witness a bird's eye view of Dhauladhar range on one side and Kangra valley on the opposite may be a memorable sight. Overnight stay in tents.
After a brief ascent from Triund traverse a ridge to succeed in Laka Got – a short lived shepherd camp. Laka Got is situated at the snout of alittle glacier, which is filled with snow and ice in early summer and therefore the snow melts away during the monsoon. So we'll even have some activities on snow. Night stay within the camp at Laka Got.
Start early within the morning, the weather gets bad within the afternoon. within the early summer (April to May) the trail is filled with snow and ice and need good equipment. During post-monsoon (September to November) there's no snow or ice and there's a narrow trail rising to the pass. It takes about three to four hours to succeed in the pass and another three hours to return down. From the pass entire Pir Panjal range of central Himalayas may be a sight to behold. Back to Laka Got For Panjal range of central Himalayas may be a sight to behold. Back to Laka Got for night stay.
Follow an equivalent route on the way back via Triund . this may depend upon the snow. If there's less snow then we'll follow a special route which matches from Triund going over a grassy meadow and descend right down to Bhagsu Nag then to Mcleodganj. During the evening, we all will board our respective buses but a pocketful of memories will accompany all folks .