Tag: dhauladhar

How to do Thatharna Trek Clean Up

Enjoy the views of Dhauladhar Mountains

Trimund and Thatharna Trek After another high mountain trail tracing, we were able to embrace Dhauladhar Mountain. Along the way comes, Thatharna hill. Thatharna trek is another grazing point, used by the shepherds and local cattle herders. From an altitude of around 2,640 meters, Thatharna boasts 360-degree view of Dhauladhar Mountains and Kangra valley. As…Read more

How Jalsu Trek is to be Destroyed

How Jalsu Trek is to be Destroyed? To know more read to the end in the video. A must do easy to moderate trek by any adventure enthusiast and nature lover before the system converts it in to hell in the name of development, easy access, saving time, comfort and what ever kind of Excuse…Read more

Mountains Love

Mountains Love This is not about the height or difficulty level of Mountain Pass….it’s more than that!  I got up early by 03:30 am to get ready for my third High Mountain but first long duration and length hike with all ration and cooking stuff on backpack. Left home around 5:40 am and was at Ramman…Read more

How To Do The Monsoon Hikes

Triund Trek in Monsoon

How To Prepare for the Monsoon Hikes Monsoon is one of the most beautiful season in North India and presents some of the best views in the Mountains. The hills become all green. Then there are the Gaddi shepherds grazing their flock of sheep and goat. Monsoon season usually starts from mid to the end…Read more

Indrahar pass

Indrahar Pass ahead Laka and Triund

Indrahar Pass Indrahar Pass a mountain Pass at an altitude of 4,342 metres (14,245 ft) beyond Triund Hill, Snow-Line Cafe and Illaqa, a traditional gateway to Chamba/Bharmour from Dharamsala. When there was no road connectivity the people of Chamba and Kangra used Indrahar Pass to travel both side and it was not only for hikers, whole…Read more