Round trek of Dhauladhars

  • Max. Elevation : 3500m

Day 01 : Mcleodganj – Kareri village (2200m) – 14km

The trek goes through the pine forest and crosses several tribal villages on the way , kareri is a gaddi tribal village . Night stay in one of the village houses or in tents.

Day 02 : Kareri village – Kareri lake (3500m) – 14km.

Trail goes through mixed forests of oak. Rhododendron and pine . First 2 km is a level walk and then there is steep ascent along kareri nullah (stream) which has to be crossed over a number of times over improvised wooden bridges night stay in tents at bank of kareri lake.

Day 03: Kareri lake – Bagga (2500m).

After a short ascent fom the lake, is a steep descent through the forest to bagga. Night stay in tents .

Day 04: Bagga – Rawa village (2100m) – 10 km.

The trail goes downhill through the forest, rawa village is situated on the bank of a small river. Night stay in the village.

Day 05: Rawa – Guna Devi temple (2600m) – 13km.

It is a steep ascent through the forest to guna devi temple , situated middle of the forest. Night stay in temple complex or intents. This area is bird watchers paradise.

Day 06: Guna Devi – Triund (2675m) – 13km.

After 2km level walk there is steep ascent to Triund – a flat meadow on the top of a ridge. From Triund panoramic view of the peaks of Dhauladhar on one side and the Kangra valley on the other is awe- inspiring. Night stay in forest rest house or tents.

Day 07: Triund – Mcleodganj – 10 kms.

After a restful evening and spending the night at one of our camps, we wake up fresh and after breakfast decent gradually towards Mcleodganj which is approx 10 kms gentle trek downwards. Reach Mcleodganj at noon and evening free at our own or take the evening bus to Delhi or onward journey.