Situated at an altitude of 14,160 ft (4243 m) above sea level, the Indrahar Pass Trek is situated in the Dhauladhar Range, being a Himalayan trek, both its climbing outline and relative proximity to the plains are sufficiently extensive and significant.
The Indrahar Pass starts at McLeodganj and takes you through lush green forests, rocky hilly areas, glaciers, snow and ice. The Indrahar Pass trek is an experience that varies with the time of year and season. And go here and enjoy the mind-blowing heavenly scenery, as you begin to climb from the top of the clouds to the magical Himalayas at this high altitude, a moderately difficult trek. And we take a very breathtaking view of Pir Panjal from here and take a look at the other side of Kangra.
Camping Tents, sleeping bags, and sleeping mattress.
Food Cycle starts with Day 1 Lunch, Dinner On Day 2 ends with Breakfast.
Cook and camp helpers.
Experienced & certified mountain guide
First-aid kit during the trek
Any kind of personal expenses.
Any hotel accommodation
Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
Any government fee if put on trial by the government in future.
Moon Peak Expedition Itinerary
Day 1Mcleodganj To Triund (Distance 8km | 2850m.)
Arrive at McLeodganj and start the Triund trek from the village of BhagsuNag near McLeodganj. After the breakfast meal, your trek will start at 9:30 am. The path is from the top of the villages, then climbing starts. Head upstream through ancient forests of cedar oak and rhododendron trees, and see the Dhauladhar Range and the mighty and almost vertical mountains of the Kangra Valley and enjoy the sunset and dinner & overnight stay in tents at Triund campsite.
Day 2Triund To Laka Glacier Trek (Distance 6km | 3200m.)
The next day In the morning, a new adventure waits for you. After breakfast, you will start walking towards the Laka glacier. You will trek along the glacial moraine to reach the snowline, from where you will have a glorious view of the Dhauladhar range. Walk down to the Laka Glacier and enjoy the snowy mountain, click pictures of the entire scene. The glacier remains in snow during March to May and then starts to melt monsoon. Spend some time in the glacier and then return back to laka glacier camp for an overnight stay in the tents.
Day 3Laka Got To Indrahar Pass Trek back to Laka goth (Distance5 to 6 hours | 4243m)
Get up early in the morning and have breakfast and start the longest leg of the trek till Indrahar Pass which will take you to its peak in 5 -6 hours. Its height is 4243 meters above sea level. The path is bad so we have to walk very carefully as the track becomes stony, making our journey difficult and challenging. Suddenly, the slope of the path increases even more, and now you are close to your destination. Upon arriving at the pass, see tridents adorned with pieces of red cloth in a pyramidal heap of boulders and rocks. The views from above are incredible with snow visible on the higher reaches and there may be some clouds below. If there are no clouds, views of the entire Kangra valley can catch your attention. If you trek from May to June, you will find snow patches on which you will have to walk, although you will not find snow on the trail in the post-monsoon period, although you can enjoy a spectacular view of the snowy peaks. Of the Pir-Panjal range. After clicking the photo and admiring nature from above, start driving down to reach Laka Goat's campsite for an overnight stay in the tent. It will take three to four hours to get back to Laka Goat .
Day 4Laka Got To Mcleodganj (Distance 4 to 5 hours | 14km)
In the early hours of the day, we begin the last leg of the journey to Indrahar Pass, which will also be the easiest for all. Today we cover about 15 km, but it is a downhill journey, after that, you will continue on to McLeodganj,