Trek Himachal

Kangra-Chamba Over the Indrahar Pass

The Mon Peak from Indrahar Pass

Description- The trail crosses from Kangra District to Chamba District via the popular Triund ridge and Indrahar Pass. This is the most popular trekking trail in the Dhauladhars given its proximity to McLeodganj.

Look out for- Sunset at Triund, views of the Kangra valley from Indrahar Pass, ancient Nag Temple and huge deodar tree at Kuvarasi.

Start Point – Dharamkot (N32 14.712 E76 19.557, 1897 mts), District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India

End Point – Lamu (N32 22.136 E76 30.770, 1856 mts), District Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, India

Highest Point - Indrahar Pass (N32 17.852 E76 22.872, 4342 mts), District Kangra/Chamba, India

Lowest Point - Lamu (N32 22.136 E76 30.770, 1856 mts), District Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, India

Difficulty Level – Moderate: Difficult rocky trail and long day to the pass.

No of days - 4-6

Sample Itinerary

Day Start Point End Point Stay Options
1 Dharamkot Triund FRH Triund, Camp Site
2 Triund Lahesh Caves Rock Overhang
3 Lahesh Caves Chata Dhar Rock Overhang
4 Chata Dhar Kuvarasi Nag Temple, Kuvarasi
5 Kuvarasi Lamu -


Trek ProfileTrek Elevation Profile

Attached aside is an elevation profile of this trek. The X Axis of the graph shows the horizontal distance while the Y Axis shows the elevation. All the major waypoints on the trek have been plotted on this graph along with their elevations. The distance between waypoints along with the approximate 'moving time' between each waypoint has also been provided. This assumes a moderate walking pace with no stops at all.

The graph has been created using the GPX file of the track data for this trek and manually inserting the waypoints at the relevant places. Click on the image beside to get a larger image.To save or print the image, right click-->save as once the large image opens.

To read more about my experience on this trek, click here.

Combination Trek: Crossing Jalsu, Baleni Pass via Kareri Lake, Banni Mata Trek

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0 #1 Albert 2010-09-23 12:13

Excellent description of the trek, congratulations . Now I'm in MacLeog Ganj trying to do the trek. I've got a GPS receiver. Do you have the gpx track of the whole trek? I'll would be to useful to me for the trek.

Thanks a lot

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