What is the real name of Triund

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Triund the Jewel of Dharamsala, the smart city. Dharamsala a small town of Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh. This town was well famous for having been surrounded by Cedar or Deodars trees. We still have Deodars, but their number is declining in main Dharamshala and near by tourist attractions. Mcleodganj,Naddi and Bhagsu Nag are famous […]

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How is The weather of Triund in December

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Is it safe to Trek to Triund in December? Triund Hill is the Jewel of Dharamshala Local. Trek to Triund, is one of the nearest and one of easiest high altitude trekking site in Dharamsala. Triund trek has four to five starting points. One from Dharamkot, second from BhagusNag (which further gets divided in two […]

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Bhagsu Waterfall

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Bhagsu Water Fall Bhagsunag Waterfall and Gallu Whenever one is in Dharamsala and Mcleodganj and talks about waterfall and the only, waterfall that comes in mind is Bhagsu waterfall. Bhagsu waterfall is in Bhagsunag, named after the oldest temple in Bhagsu. Bhagsu which is another aka name of whole Dharamshala and is common among the […]

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Lahesh Cave Clean Up

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During our first Indrahar Pass trek we noticed badly trashed vicinity and Lahesh Cave so decided to come back and clean up some of bit. Though our First attempt to Clean Up Lahesh Cave was success but still there were plenty of bottles stuffed around and we had planned our 2nd Lahesh Cave Clean Up […]

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Mountains and Humbleness

Mountains and Humbleness Triund Hill and Dhauladhar being mighty mountains from centuries are still humble and their beauty teaches the fellow trekkers and hikers to be modest and generous to each other and in day to day life. Yet most of the trekkers going over Triund and pass Dhauladhar are reluctant to learn being humble […]

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Beauty of TriundHill

Beauty of Triund Hill, well if you reach Triund early and plan to stay up for one night you can enjoy the blissful and beautiful moments in Triund. The first being the open area and the¬†closeness of Dhauladhar mountain and in the evening the sun set at the western horizon and as viewed from Triund […]

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