Tag: gaddi

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

Django Unchained in Billing

Django Unchained in Billing

Django Unchained in Billing I was looking for some easy winter snow hiking spot out side of my area. Then got the reference to a place of worship near Chinna Pass (motor-able road but now the road is blocked with slides and fallen trees, the reason they had cut out the road from hillsides and…Read more

Kareri Village and Dal Lake

Kareri Village is another interesting place neighboring Triund Hill. Kareri village is approximately in following co-ordinates 32° 16′ 50.93″ N  76° 16′ 50.77″ E and is just 3km from Ghera village.From Kareri village, the Kareri Lake (Locals of Kareri call it Dal Lake) is at a distance of 13km and approximately in following co-ordinates 32°…Read more

How is The weather of Triund in December

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…Read more

Triund and Gaddis

Flock of sheep and goats

Triund and Gaddis During monsoon season Sheapherds’ from villages of Dharamsala and Kangra come to Triund with their livestock  and after spending some time in Triund head further to Illaqa and go over Indrahar Pass and Jot of Dhauladhar in search of green pastures for their farm animals. One of the interesting thing is that in monsoon…Read more