Sleep under the stars at an altitude of 4,342 metres (14,245 ft) above mean sea level. A trek that makes you question, why are you not trekking enough?
Indrahar Pass trek is one of the easy to moderate hike in Himachal Pradesh. The Indrahar Pass forms the border between Kangra and Chamba districts and lay bare the stretch of Dhauladhar range with the fascinating views. This trek is a heart winner. The beauty of nature that you will witness here will fill your heart and soul with bliss. The magical view of the pass will blow your mind. Your eyes can click images of the beautiful Kangara Valley on the south. This view will make you stop and stay in the present as you, for once wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
Trek Starts at 10:00 AM on Day 1
Trek Ends at 12:00 PM on Day 4
We suggest you go for this trek with some time on your hand as this trek takes time. Expect scenery, rocky hills, challenging trails, altitude challenges and some spectacular views of the ranges. The journey to Indrahar Pass commences from the Lahesh Caves. Walking on rocks at times is soul-satisfying with a bit of challenge. That is one of the fun part of being a trekker. This trek will fulfil all your trek cravings. Snow or not, Indirahar is a trek you will never forget.
Indrahar pass is an experience you cannot have anywhere else. So expect a view that you have never witnessed before. This trek is a masterpiece that you would not want to leave unchecked from your trek list. So check it off now, and we promise you will be glad that you did.
We know many of you summer trekkers have been waiting for winters to get over to get back to trekking. With the beginning of March, the time has almost come to explore one of the most magical trek “The Indrihar pass”. This trek is a 4-day trek. So we advise you to plan this trek over a long weekend. The trek to Indrahar pass starts from the hill station of McLeod Ganj, with three beautiful camping spots. The three days trek itinerary is as follows.
Once you’ve reached Mcleodganj, rest a bit and then get ready for the most popular trek in the whole of Himachal, The Triund trek. The trek to Triund is 9 kilometres from Mcleodganj, and it takes approximately 6 hours to complete.
We suggest you start the trek from McLeod Ganj a little early in the morning so that you don’t miss a chance to take beautiful pictures of your happy faces in the natural light, enjoying setting up your camps in the daylight and witness the beautiful sunset view.
After resting and camping at night at The Triund, get ready for some workout as a trek to snowline laka will be a bit of work, but then it’s rewarding too. Laka got trek is approximately 6 kilometres from Triund. Laka Glacier is situated 3,200 meters above sea level. This trek is satisfying, quiet and scenic. It takes about 4-5 hours from Triund to reach here.
Once reached here, you will witness the “The Indrahar pass” view up close. This trek has its first phase at Laka Got. In the second phase, you will reach Lahesh caves at the height of 3500 ft above sea level. Camp at Laka Got if the weather allows or else go straight to Lahesh caves for the night stay. This is an experience of a lifetime. Feel grateful while witnessing a night sky covered in stars. Enjoy
The excitement of trekking The Indrahar pass won’t let you sleep at night. So we know you will get up early to reach your ultimate destination, The Indrahar pass. This trek is known as one most exceptional trek to be covered in a 3-4 day trek itinerary.
This mindblowing trek will fulfil all your trek cravings. Snow or not, Indirahar is a trek you will never forget. This beautiful trek is 9 kilometres from Laka Got. This trek is a bit challenging but can be completed easily with the help of our trek guides.
Once reached “The Indrahar pass”, Soak in the magical views of The Indrahar, hug the fresh air and fill yourself with the vibes this place has to offer. Expect scenery, rocky hills and some spectacular views of the ranges you have only seen in pictures. Rest a little, then head back to Ilaka Got for camping at night
Get up and get ready to bid goodbye to the Dhauladhar Ranges with a smile on your trek face. Then head back 12 kilometres to the starting point at McLeod Ganj, from Ilaka Got.
This will take you back to your starting point at McLeodGanj. The trek ends at this point, but it will live in your heart for the rest of your lives.