This magnificent trek offers the ultimate combination of breath-taking scenery and fascinating culture, in the southernmost ridges of the Indian Himalayas. Starting and finishing at McLeod Ganj, residence of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and a large community of Tibetan Buddhist exiles, this challenge promises an extra-special experience.
We trek through the friendly villages, high pastures and forests of the southern flanks of the Dhaula Dhar (White Mountains), gradually gaining height as we follow trails used for centuries by local shepherds. We’re constantly rewarded with far-reaching vistas of the beautiful Kangra valley and surrounding mountains, but with a high point of 3300m, remain at relatively low altitudes.
This trek is packed with diverse cultural discovery, exceptional trekking and magnificent landscapes – all the ingredients for an unforgettable trip!
10:30 AM – 8:00 PM (Mon to Sat)
Note: Customization available
Gaggal Airport or Kangra Airport at Dharamshala is about 20 km away from McLeod Ganj and is well connected to Delhi, Kullu, and Chandigarh. A number of state-owned and private buses connect McLeod Ganj with other cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, and Dharamshala. Pathankot Railway Station, situated approximately 90 km away, is the closest broad gauge railhead serving those headed to McLeod Ganj.