Triund Trek In Winters – Beauty Undefined!

The crown of Dharamshala is situated in the lap of the mighty Dhauladhar Mountains. Triund trek, with the gorgeous Kangra Valley on one side and the snow-covered Dhauladhar Range on the other, attracts many tourists annually from India and worldwide.

Triund trek is one of the easiest Himalayan treks, hence getting a lot of new and experienced trekkers all around the year. But it is not just its lack of hardships that attracts these people; Triund is no less than a paradise and must visit place in Dharamshala. The green and the white mix together to serve your eyes a treat they will never be able to forget.

Travgenix reviews are filled with people appreciating the beauty of Triund, especially during winters, when it seems people cannot get enough of it. Moreover, travelers have also appreciated the overall organization and planning of Triund Trek by Travgenix experts, mentioning it to be one of the best escapes offering unique views. 

The Triund Trek- 

The trail to Triund is short but steep and ambiguous. The 6 km route goes through a beautiful mixed forest of rhododendron, oak, and deodar. There are also numerous songbirds in the woodlands along the way, making it a birdwatcher’s delight. 

For the first five kilometers, you may feel like walking in a park, but the last one kilometer, famously known as the “22 Curves“, may require a bit more effort than you will imagine, but it is also the most fun part of the entire trek. The 4 hours traipse is worth it as the panorama once you reach Triund is awe-inspiring and exhilarating beyond belief.

Travgenix Travel Solutions lets you savor Triund even further by facilitating an overnight camp, which is a must if you like stargazing. Plus, the fun campfire activities work as the cherry on top.

The Beauty of Triund

When people ask what they should watch out for when trekking to Triund Top, we are left speechless because words cannot describe the experience this no-pain trek offers. But we will still try.

  • The Greenery

The trek initially goes through richly dense forests- full of rhododendron, oak, and deodar trees.

Rhododendrons are full of flowers for most of the year, and the mysterious oak and tall deodar trees remind you of the old Bollywood love songs’ settings.

  • Bhaksunag

The biggest waterfall in the nearby area, Bhaksunag waterfall, lies in the mid of the Triund trek. Stroll alongside the pouring water and capture some beautiful selfies. If you enjoy playing with water, spend some time in the natural, clear, pristine water.

  • Clear Snow

Famous hill stations often have dirty snow due to the enormous crowd visiting the place. You will find clear white snow in abundance when you trek to Triund. Depending on the season you decide to visit Triund, the amount of snow will vary.

  • Picturesque Views

The Moon Peak, Arthur’s Seat, Rifle Horn, and the magnificent Dhauladhar range are all visible right from the start of the hike. The trek provides some of the loveliest vistas with relatively little elevation gain. You can go deep into a valley like Manali or climb for multiple days to see a spectacular sight.

Triund is a famous stop for trekkers; the climb is easy and satisfactory since its inception. And, when you travel with Travgenix, you will learn that Triund is not the last place on the trek, unlike other summit treks. If you wish to go farther, Triund is only a starting point for many more hikes. Have you heard of the stunning Laka Glacier?

Visit Travgenix to discover more about McLeod Ganj and Dharamshala Treks. 

Frequently Asked Questions- 

How much does the Triund trek costs?

Triund Trek packages starts from just Rs. 825 per person.

What is the best time to visit Triund?

March to June is the ideal time for trekking, as there is ample snow and no weather constraints.


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