Indrahar Pass is a mountain pass in the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas. Located at 32°17.852’N 76°22.872’E and an altitude of 4,342 metres above mean sea level, near the tourist town of Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh, Indrahar pass forms the border between Kangra and Chamba districts.
The Indrahar pass trek starts from McLeodganj (Dharamsala) in the Kangra valley, passes over the impressive snowbound Dhauladhar range and ends at Chamba. This trek offers a chance to have a close view of beautiful Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal mountain ranges. Rated as moderate path, this trek will take you through green pastures, dense Deodar and Rhododendron forests. This adventure tour gives you an opportunity to walk on the ancient trail of Gaddi Shepherds who uses this trek to take their frock to summer grazing meadows in the upper Ravi Valley and Lahaul.
Trekking to Indrahar pass trek will compensate many breathtaking views to the trekkers. You will get spectacular views of sacred peak of Mani Mahesh Kailash and the snow-covered Pir Panjal Range to the north while to the south you can see the amazing Indian plains till the far horizon. Moving ahead over the trek, you will find some ailing defined trail that will pass you through the Hindu temples and villages in the upper Ravi valley. Trekking on this route will offer an ultimate adventurous experience as this trek comprises of continuous climbing often over boulders.
Trip Start from Delhi on Night Around 09-10 PM, Overnight journey
Day 1: Drive from Mcleodganj (6,800 ft) to Dharamkot (6,890 ft) and Trek from Dharamkot to Triund (9,270 ft ) (9 Km, 6 Hr)
Arrive Mcleodganj, Have your breakfast and we will start our drive towards Dharamkot. From Dharamkot, we start our trek to Triund following a well laid gradual trail upto Triund and it takes around 4-5 hours of trekking through dense forest of oak, pine, rhododendron and deodar trees. We will have our packed lunch at a beautiful spot. Arrive at Triund. You can see beautiful views of Dhauladhar range and Kangra valley from Triund meadow. overnight at Triund.
Day 2: Trek from Triund (9,270 ft) to Laka Got (10,800 ft)/Lahesh Cave (11,450 ft) (6-7 Km, 4-5 Hr)
After breakfast, we trek from Triund to Laka Got crossing SnowLine Cafe. It is steep climb on a well laid rocky trail. We reach Laka Got and have our lunch, rest for sometime and continue our trek to Lahesh Caves, where trekkers can stay inside the caves if they are vacant otherwise we descend back to Laka Got. overnight at camps in laka Got.
Day 3: Trek from Laka Got (10,800 ft)/Lahesh Cave (11,450 ft) to Indrahar Pass (14,350 ft) and back to Laka Got (10,800 ft) ( (10-11 km, 7 Hr)
After an early breakfast we start the Indrahar Pass Trek. If we start early then we get enough time to enjoy the stunning views from the Indrahar Pass. From the Indrahar Pass you can have the amazing views of majestic peaks of Pir Panjal range of central Himalayas. After spending sometime at the pass, we descend back to Laka Got back, overnight at Laka Got.
Day 4: Trek from Laka Got (10,800 ft) to Mcleodganj (14 Km, 4-5 Hr)
After breakfast, trek back to dharmkot, After few kilometers of back trek through the thick forest and marked trail we descend to Mcleodganj. Check in Hotel/camps and Rest for a while after long journey. Local Sightseeing of Mcleodganj – Namgyal Monastery, Dalai Lama’s House, Tibetan Museum, St. John’s Church, Bhagsu Temple & fall, Local cafe n market for shopping. Back to Hotel/Camps and Have Dinner, Overnight at Mcleodganj.
Day 5: Depart to Delhi
After breakfast, Check out from hotel/camps. Departure to delhi, Trip End Your memorable trip of Indrahara Trek ends here keep tach with Vagabond Holidays in What’s app /Facebook & Instagram.
Transportation from Delhi & Gurgaon
Meal (Breakfast + Dinner)
Accommodations in Hotel/Resort
All Local Sightseeing
Driver Night Charges, Toll Tax & Parking Charges
Vagabond Team Captain Throughout The Trip
GST (5%) is applicable extra.
any kind of food or beverage that is not included in the package like alcoholic drinks, mineral water, meals/refreshments/lunches on the highway.
Any personal expenses.
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc. (to be borne directly by the customers on the spot)
Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.