Trek to Inderahar Pass
Indrahar is a mountain pass in Dhauladhar range of Himalaya, at an altitude of 4342 meters (14245 ft) above the sea level. The Indrahar Pass forms the border between Kangra and Chamba districts and lay bare the stretch of Dhauladhar range with the fascinating glimpse of hamlets below. The Indrahar Pass trek, which is one of the easy to moderate treks in Himachal Pradesh, takes off from McLeodganj, which is the seat of Dalai Lama, to Triund at 2,875 meters.
Day 1: Mcleodganj to Triund (9750 feet) (9 km)
After a light breakfast start the trek to Triund. Today’s trek will be amazing through mixed dense forest of Oaks, Deodar and Rhododendrons. It is an easy gradual trek. Triund is on the ridge top and offers exotic views of Dhauladhar ranges on one side and Kangra valley on the other. Setup your camps there in the peaceful environments and spend your night in the tranquil charm of Triund.
Day 2 : Triund to Laka Got (11,480 feet) (7 km)
Wake up early to watch the sunrise view and changing colors of lofty Himalayan peaks. Have sumptuous breakfast at our camp and head towards Laka Got. Laka Got is located at snout of the glacier and it is your campsite for today. Setup your camps here and camp for the night.
Day 3 : Laka Got to Indrahar Pass and return to Laka Got (12 km)
Start the day early, the trekking distance is long and the trail is challenging. The trail is very steep from Ilaga Pass to Indrahar Pass. Pass through Lahesh Caves and after a steep and tiring ascent reach Indrahar Pass (14,271 feet). Relish the spell binding views of high Himalayan ranges and mesmerizing wide valleys. Spend some time there and plan your descent to Laka Got.
Day 4 : Laka Got to Mcleodganj (5865 feet) (16 km) (5/6 hours)
After breakfast leave for Mcleodganj via Triund. Halt there for some time, have lunch there and continue the trek. This distance is long but descending takes less time. Reach Mcleodganj; the start and end point of this trek.