This exciting 9 day trek takes you to three iconic destinations in the Dhauladhar range: Triund, Kareri Lake and Indrahar Pass. You'll trek through mixed forests of rhododendron, cedar and oak trees while crossing ridges, rivers, glaciers and Gaddi tribal villages. En route, you can expect to see herds of woolly sheep grazing peacefully on the slopes. You'll camp on the banks of Kareri lake, in the alpine meadow of Triund, and you'll get to walk on a glacier too. And to top it all off, you'll conquer Indrahar Pass, at a height of 14,500 feet.
Beginning at the Snow Monk camp at Salli Village, the first three days of your trail will take you up through green forests and idyllic pastoral settings, to Kareri Lake. You'll head onwards to Triund, and stay there for a night. From Triund, you'll have the chance to see Laka Got, and camp close to a glacier. You'll walk on Laka Glacier on your way to Indrahar Pass, which is the highlight of the trek. The Pass itself is a steep climb, but offers spectacular views of the landscape all around. You'll end in McLeodganj.
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Arrive at the Snow Monk camp at Salli Village. Today will mainly be an acclimatizing day. Post lunch you can go for a small detour to the neighboring Kotharna village, to experience village life. Return to your campsite for dinner and spend the night in tents.
Overnight in tents.
Spend your night at the Snow Monk camp in a twin sharing tent, with toilet tents, camping chairs, tables, cooks and a kitchen tent at your convenience. Todays package includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
The cancellation policy is as follows:
For cancellations made 16-30 days before the Kareri Lake and Indrahar Pass trek departure date: 50% refund will be given.
For cancellations made 15 days or less before the Kareri Lake and Indrahar Pass trek departure date: No refund will be fiven.
For no-shows, or those who cannot complete the Kareri Lake and Indrahar Pass trek for any reason: No refund.
The operator follows a strict policy of respecting local culture and the environment while on the Kareri Lake and Indrahar Pass trek. Please avoid littering, or defacing natural structures.