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Indrahara pass provides a very scenic view of both Kangra and Chamba valleys and offers distant view of the middle and Great Himalayas. The route to Indrahara pass leads through Illaqua gote and the pass is clearly visible from Illaqua gote and Triund. This pass stands between Mun peak and Slab peak. One can enjoy the panorama of central Himalayan range called Pir Panjal and Kailash peak (5656m) from this pass.

Day 1:- Mcleodganj to Triund (2875Mts.) 9 km.
Mcleodganj is situated in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It lies on a spur of the Dhauladhar range and commands majestic views of the mighty Dhauladhar range above, and the Kangra valley below.
His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, who has chosen upper Dharamshala (Mcleodganj) as his abode and is the prime attraction for the westerners as well as Indian tourists throughout the year.)

Triund is a very well defined and easy trek which passes through Dharamkot village and Galu Devi and then to Triund. This is the one of the best trekking routes which gains a height of about 1000mts. in a distance of 9km. This is one of the charming places from where the views towards kangra valley and Dharamshala are delectable. One can enjoy the night view of the glittering lights of Dharamshala town, which makes the whole scene unique and memorable.

Day 2:- Triund to Lahesh cave (3500Mts.) 5 km.
This is a beaten trek frequented by shepherds, trekkers and local people; it has a moderate climb. Vegetation comes to an end after Illaqua Gote at elevation of 3300mts. On the left of the snout, about 1.5km from Illaqua Gote towards Indrahara Pass is the Lahesh cave at 3500m, a natural rock cave shelter.

Day 3:- Lahesh Cave to Chatta Parao (3400mts) over Indrahara Pass (4350Mts.)
The trek to the Pass is long and passes over rock faces and at certain points involves very steep climbing. This provides a very scenic view of both Kangra and Chamba valley and offers distant view of the Middle and Greater Himalayas. The other side of the pass remains snow covered until the middle of July. The trek heads down and reaches a place known as Chatta Parao.

Day 4:- Chatta Parao to Kwarsi Village (2750Mts).
This stretch involves a total descent of 6 km all the way up to Chatta Nullah. At some places the route is trackless and provide little foothold on exposed rocks. On a flatter place below, Chatta Parao by the side of a stream is Mandara. Kwarsi is a beautiful village of traditional gaddis perched on sloping ridge and surrounded by thickly wooded pine trees and lush green fields. There is a Shiva temple (Nag Temple) where the hectic journey is terminated.

Day 5: - Kwarsi village to Lamu and Choli village 8km.
About 3 kilometres down from Kwarsi village, we reach the road head. From here Lamu village is 5 km drive and reaches at Chamba-Bharmour road. From here, one has the choice of coming down to Chamba town (50Km) or to Bharmour (14Km). Bharmour is known as the temple town of Chamba having eighty-four temples known for its unique architecture.

Includes :

  • Transport cost for private departures
  • All vegetarian meals beginning with breakfast
  • Porter/mules for client baggage (one bag per client not weighing more than 15 kgs)
  • Camping equipment
  • Professional guide

Not Included :

  • Any meals/services not mentioned above
  • Any charges for video cameras, still cameras, etc.
    Alcohol, soft drinks, beverages, etc.
  • Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
  • Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.
  • Insurance