Himachal Pradesh is one of the undisputed destinations in India. It is home of tremendous landscapes and superbly situated hill stations to pull wanderlust from all over the globe. I would have never thought to come to this place like this in my life. Clubbed with this fantastic group called Junoon Adventures, I started my journey to this tranquil place of Himachal Pradesh. The trek of six days encompassed the trails to Mc.Lodganj, Dharamshala, Triund and Valley of Himalayas including Kangra valley and Dhauladhar Ranges.
The fantastic journey starts with train journey till Pathankot Railway Station heading towards the hill station Dharamkot for the night stay. The 2 hour and 30 minutes journey was fantastic with cool breeze and picturesque landscapes. We crossed Jassur a small town; later Nupur which imbibes a beautiful and gigantic fortress. Besides featuring the Kangra valley glimpse of amazing highway NH20 was also covered.
The wonderful trekking point, Indrahaar Pass Trek, in Himachal is not a simple trekking. In any case, the staggering perspectives of the Indian fields in the South and snow topped mountain ranges and in the North the crest of extreme climbing. The ceaseless move over mountains takes one on a not well characterized trail of Hindu religious spots, and the panaromas of stunning Kangra Valley.
The Indrahar pass trek begins from McLeodganj (Dharamsala) in the Kangra valley, close the eyes to the noteworthy snowbound Dhauladhar range and cease. This trek tenders an opportunity to have a nearby perspective of wonderful Dhauladhar and Kangra mountain ranges. Appraised as moderate way, this trek will take you through green fields, thick Deodar and Rhododendron backwoods. This experience visit gives you a chance to stroll on the old trail of Gaddi Shepherds who utilizes this trek to take their gown to summer nibbling knolls in the stuffed snow layered ranges of Triund.
Trekking to Indrahaar pass trek will repay numerous amazing perspectives to the trekkers. You will get tremendous perspectives of sacrosanct peaks and amazing flora and fauna toward the north while toward the south you can see the stunning Indian fields till the far skyline. Pushing forward over the trek, you will locate some feeble characterized trail that will go you through the Hindu sanctuaries and towns in the upper Kangra valley. Trekking on this course will offer an extreme audacious ordeal as this trek involves consistent climbing regularly over stones.
At first, this trek starts with a consistent move through the Himalayan locale and transforms into a precarious trip. You will experience strolling through rich untamed life ranges and witness wild goats, panther, sloth bear, vultures, eagles and other feathered creature. The best season to visit this trek is between mid May to June and September to mid October.
INDRAHAR PASS TREK:
Season: May – June & Sept – Oct
Average Walking Time: 5 – 6 hours per day
Location: Distt – Kangra
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
The sight is full of landscapes!