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  • Trip introduction

    On this trip, you will first trek to Triund top, one the most beautiful short treks in Himachal Pradesh and then travel to the Bir village to paraglide from the highest paragliding-point in Asia.

    The trek to Triund begins from the picturesque town of Mcleodganj. After ascending through the forests of oak and rhododendron trees, you will stay in tents at the Triund campsite and enjoy the spectacular views of the Dhauladhars and Kangra Valley.

    After descending back to Mcleodganj, you will be driven to the paragliding point at Bir Billing to complete 30 mins of paragliding over Kangra Valley.

    On the first day of this trip, you will visit the roaring Bhagsu Waterfall, Gallu Devi Temple and explore the serene Dalai Lama monastery.

    Please note that all transfers in Mcleodganj are included in the package.

    Destination

    Bir Billing is popular among adventure enthusiasts around the world as it is the highest paragliding in Asia at 5000 feet. Paragliding here gives you bird's eye view of the Kangra Valley. On this trip, you will trek to Triund, which is located just a few kilometres from Dharamshala, at the elevation of 9,278 ft. Triund is a meadow perched atop a mountain with exceptional views of the Dhauladhar ranges and Kangra Valley. The trek begins from the lush trail of oak and rhododendron forests and leads to the verdant Triund campsite.

    At the Triund campsite, you will stay in tents on twin/triple sharing basis. Sleeping bags and mats will be provided for your comfort.

    Destination highlights

    Paraglide from the highest paragliding point in Asia—Bir Billing. | Trek to the Triund top at the elevation of 9,278 ft. | Enjoy the views of Kangra Valley and the Dhauladhars from Triund. | Ascend through the dense trail of oak and rhododendron forest. | Visit the Gallu Devi Temple and Bhagsunag Waterfall. | Tour the peaceful Dalai Lama monastery.

    Activity Details

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    18 km

    10-12 hours

    9 km

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