Kareri

Kareri Trek to Kareri Lake and Trekking around Triund Kareri Lake Trek From Dharamsala For Kareri Lake Trek you need to reach Ghera Village either using a taxi or bus leaving from Dharamsala ISBT around 07:45 AM or via a foot trail from Satowari Village. For Kareri, you don’t need to go Chari. Bus fare…Read more

Kangra Fort

Kangra Fort: – Kangra was the ancient capital of the Katoch kingdom and Trigratra, Kagnra fort was the symbol of power. As per historical records the Kangra Fort is said to have been built by Susharma Chand Katoch, an ally of the Kauravas in the legendary war of Mahabarata.  For complete detail go to Neighborhood…Read more

Bada Bhangal

On the Brink of Famine, Save Bada Bhangal Save Bada Bhangal We are raising funds over here for arranging supplies for the villagers in Bada Bhangal.  Bada Bhangal is the remotest village of Himachal located in Baijnath Block of District Kangra. This remote valley is flanked on all sides by high mountains. Bada Bhangal village…Read more

Triund Hike August

Triund Rainbow

Triund Hike August We started our Triund Hike on August 17th 2013 at 10:00 am and with brilliant views and company of fellow tourists and hill walkers we reached the top by 12:00 pm. Though monsoon was in full swing we found plenty of tourists in Triund Hill, some were climbing enjoying the drizzle on…Read more

Triund Hill and summer of 2012

In this year of 2012 the climate change, green house gas effect and continuous destruction of forests by humans has resulted in hottest summer for India and other parts of Asia and this heat is increasing on fast track with add on things like pollution and now humans are finding it very difficult to cope…Read more

Lunch in Triund

Lunch in Triund Tourists going back to McLeod Ganj after Lunch in Triund Dare to follow a moderate trek up to Triund of 9km at an approximate height of 10,000 feet from sea level and stand face to face with semi-immortal, mighty yet humble Dhauladhar mountain range of Himalayas. Spend one night in Forest Department…Read more