Indrahar Pass

Mcleodganj to Mcleodganj

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  • 4 Days  3 Nights 
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The spectacular Indrahar Pass lies at a height of 14,245 feet and forms a border between the breathtaking Kangra and Chamba districts. Though a short one, Indrahar Pass trek is considered to be a little challenging as the trekking trail consists of numerous sharp ascents and steep climbs

The trek to Indrahar Pass is one of the most fascinating treks that Himachal has to offer. The magnificent view of the mighty Dhauladhar peaks, the lush green valleys, and the exotic flora and fauna will leave you awestruck. The path passes by the placid crystal blue waters of Lake Mankini and Kareri.

Note- If you are a group of 3 or more people, the trek can be organized anyday

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Indrahar Pass trek distance: 35 km
Indrahar Pass temperature: 12 to 18 degree celsius in the daytime & -6 to 4 degrees in nighttime
Indrahar Pass trek best time to visit: September to October
Indrahar Pass height: 14,245 ft
Indrahar Pass trek difficulty level: Moderate.


Experienced trek guide
Basic medical support
Equipment on demand

Who should attend?

Anyone who loves challenge
Anyone who has limits to push
Anyone looking for an adventure
Anyone fit enough for this thrilling experience




Start your Indrahar Pass trek from Bhagsu Nag taxi stand in Mcleodganj. Meet your trek leader. After the briefing session, start your trek to Triund.
The trek trail is easy except for some stretches and the total Triund trek distance is 7 km on this day. While on the trek, walk through the dense forests of pine and enjoy the stunning views of the valley.
It takes around 5-6 hours to reach Triund top.
Enroute take a pit stop at the famous Magic view cafe
Upon reaching the top, enjoy the breathtaking vie.ws of Dhauladhar Ranges.
Check-in to camp, freshen up and have some leisure.
Enjoy the dinner with a bonfire under the sky full of stars.
Experience Triund camping with an overnight stay in camps.



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Wake up and enjoy the beautiful sunrise and stunning views of the snow- clad mountains of Dhauladhar
Today's trek will take you to the fascinating Lahesh caves- known for its beautiful architecture
After breakfast, start your further trek to Lahesh caves via Laka Got. It takes 5-6 hours to reach Lahesh caves.
You will be passing through the Snowline cafe
On the trail, enjoy the scenic views of the snow clad mountains.
Have a packed lunch midway while treating your eyes with the beauty of the himalayas
Upon reaching the campsite at Lahesh caves enjoy the mesmerizing sunset with the hot tea
Dinner and overnight stay in the camps.



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After a hot and fresh breakfast, start the most exciting part of the trek as you will be trekking to the ultimate target- Indrahar Pass
Pass through the rocky terrains and beautiful Lahesh caves to reach the bewitching Indrahar Pass.
Witness and enjoy the panoramic views of the Dhauladhar Range, Pir Pranjal, Mani Mahesh Kailash and other Himalayan peaks from the Pass
After spending some time here, start your trek back to Laka Got
Dinner and overnight at camps in Laka Got.


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After breakfast, start your downhill trek towards Mcleodganj.
A gradual trek of around 7 hours will take you back to McLeod Ganj
Reach Mcleodganj by afternoon. Bid a warm farewell to the fellow trekkers.
Trek ends here.


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Indrahar pass trek includes:
An experienced and licensed Mountain Guid
A supporting staff to help and guide you throughout your trek
First aid kit
Meals on scheduled time (Only Veg.)


Indrahar pass trek excludes:
Personal essentials
(i) Equipment- Gumboots, trekking poles, etc
(ii) Insurance- Personal and travel insurance
(iii) Beverage- Mineral water bottles, bottled or canned beverages
(iv) Snacks- Chocolates, dry fruits, protein or nutrition bar
(v) Entertainment- Camera or drone fee
In case your trek remains incomplete or uninitiated because of "force majeure" or due to personal reasons after you arrive at the starting point, you will not be able to get a refund, reschedule or replace any services that remain unutilized by yo
Any additional cost incurred due to changes in Government Guidelines related to travel/trek/COVID-19 will be borne by the trekker
Loading and unloading of personnel luggag
Any kind of emergency evacuation charges


  • Rucksack (Min 55 Ltrs with rain cover)
  • Trekking Shoes, Floaters or Sandals
  • Quick Dry Tees
  • Track Pants
  • Cotton socks
  • Pair of woolen socks
  • Rain jacket or Poncho 
  • 1 Full Sleeves Sweater or Fleece Jacket,1 Heavy Jacket, 1 Pair of Thermal
  • Quick-dry towel
  • Windproof Jacket
  • Woolen Cap
  • Gloves
  • Sun Cap
  • Scarf
  • Lip Balm
  • Cold Cream & SunScreen (SPF 40+)
  • Packed food
  • Water Bottle 1 
  • Powerbank
  • Headlamp or torch with fresh pair of batteries
  • Personal Toiletries 
  • Personal Basic Medical Kit
  • Sunglasses
  • People who use spectacles (Use Photochromic glasses instead of contact lenses)
  • Trekking Pole
  • Extra Polythene


Bhagsunag taxi stand


By Road:- A number of state owned and private buses connect McLeod Ganj with other cities like Delhi (500 km), Chandigarh (250 km) and Dharamshala (20 km). In New Delhi, most of the buses leave from the Kashmiri Gate ISBT and Majnu-ka-Tilla (a Tibetian camp). Deluxe buses of Himachal Pradesh Tourism are also available from Himachal Bhawan. One can also drive to McLeod Ganj from Delhi via NH 1, a journey of about 10 hours
By Train:- Pathankot Railway Station, situated approximately 90 km away, is the closest broad gauge railhead serving those headed to McLeod Ganj. Some of the popular trains available
By Air :- Gaggal Airport or Kangra Airport at Dharamshala is about 20 km away from McLeod Ganj and is well connected to Delhi, Kullu and Chandigarh. Airlines like Air India Regional, SpiceJet Airlines operate regular flights from these cities for Dharmshala. After reaching the airport, traveler can hire taxis or take buses to reach their destination, which takes around an hour.

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  • If cancellation is made 30 days before the date of travel, 25% of the total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation is made 15 to 30 days before the date of travel, 50% of the total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation is made 0 to 15 days before the date of travel, 100% of the total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days.

Frequest Questions

Q: What is the Indrahar Pass trek best time to visit?
A: September to October is the best season to do the Indrahar Pass trek just before the onset of severe winter. The normal weather conditions will be moderately colder but comfortable days with a temperature varying between 12 and 18 degree Celsius.

Q: How big are the groups?
A: Usually, we take 22-24 people in one batch including males and females. We need a minimum of 6 people for a fixed departure, but for the customized trip, the group size doesn’t matter.

Q: I am the only girl on the trek. Is it safe?
A: Absolutely. The safety of girls is of foremost importance to us. We always create a friendly environment on the trek. All our guides and other support crew are carefully chosen for your trips. They are very honest and reliable, but we would also advise you to take care of your personal belongings.

Q: From where the trek to Indrahar Pass starts and what is the total distance?
A: Indrahar Pass trek starts from the Bhagsunag waterfall taxi stand. From here, the tour commences with a 7-kilometer trek to Triund. From Triund we will be trekking towards Lahesh Caves via Laka Got covering a distance of approx 7 km. From Lahesh Caves on the third day we will be trekking to Indrahar Pass.Total Indrahar Pass trek distance is 35 km.

Q: Do I need a guide for the Indrahar Pass and Laka Glacier Trek?
A: A well-trained and well-informed guide is essential for the trek so they could arrange for the necessary permits and guide you safely through the mountain terrains.

Q: Which type of shoes should I carry on this trek?
A: The best suited shoes for this Triund to Indrahar Pass trek route are the ones that are breathable and light in weight. Also, ankle support is also a very important thing to take care of while buying the perfect pair of shoes. You can go for brands like- Decathlon, Wildcraft, Quechua, etc. In the winters, you’ll require gators or gumboots which you can rent from the base village.

Q: What type of food is served during the trek?
A: Indian vegetarian food is served during the trek which is recommended to get all the necessary nutritions required at a high altitude.

Q: What is the Indrahar Pass trek difficulty and altitude?
A: The trek difficulty from Triund to Indrahar Pass is moderate. Previous experience in trekking will definitely help you achieve the summits at Indrahar in a good way. Indrahar Pass height is 14,245 ft above sea level.

Q: What is the best time to go for the Indrahar Pass trek?
A: September to October is the best season to do Indrahar Pass Trek just before the onset of severe winter. The normal weather conditions will be moderately colder but comfortable days with a temperature varying between 12 and 18 degree Celsius. Nights will have a colder atmosphere. Monsoon and heavy snowfall time can be avoided.

Q: Is Diamox advisable for this trek?
A: Yes. Since you are climbing up to a height of about 14245 feet above sea level, chances to experience the drastic change in oxygen level and climatic conditions are high. It may cause uneasiness to your body resulting in vomiting and breathlessness. Hence carry Diamox which will help you overcome the problems caused by acute mountain sickness as you climb the great heights.

Q: Is it safe to trek to Indrahar Pass?
A: The trek to Indrahar Pass is completely safe except during the monsoons and heavy snowfall as the trekking trail can get slippery. The moderate to difficult trek becomes quite challenging while climbing the Lahesh Caves which is surrounded by rocky terrains.

Q: What is the Indrahar Pass weather throughout the year?
A: If it is winter time, then there will be complete snow on high passes and it will melt by August. When monsoon arrives, both Dhauladhar Ranges and Indrahar Pass will be affected by rain very well. After monsoon, the high places will feel the days warmer and sunny with a temperature of 12 to 20 degree Celsius and the nights with -2 to 6 degree Celsius. September and October are the best months with good, comfortable weather with little snowfall too.

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