A popular nine-kilometre trek from Mcleodganj for a day or overnight stay on the 9,000 foot ridge behind the Dhauladhar range. Food is available at tea shops. But it is always safer to carry one's own food and drink, just in case you reach there to find the tea shops closed. One must over come the steep gradient .Just below the snow line is Triund at the height of 2975 Meters a popular picnic and trekking spot .There is a Forest Rest House atop the ridge, which can be booked through Himachal Tourist Office in Kotwali Bazaar. Distace from GPs - 8kms
A scenic spot with a rest house located in the local depths of a picninc grove .The beautiful Kareri Lake is set amiiiiiidst green meadows and forests of tal oak & pine , at an altitude of 3250 meters. Distance from GPs:- 13 Kms
Bhagsu Waterfall is situated at Bhagsu . It lies behind the famous Bhagsunath Temple. During monsoons the fall turns into a glorious 30 ft cascade. The mountain side of the fall is decorated with stylish slate graffiti. It is an ideal spot for picnics and recreation. Distance from GPs-1 Km Trekking
This is a trek set in a remote and largely unexplored area of the Himalaya. The Dhaula-Dhar region of Himachal Pradesh is inhabited by the Gadi people, Hindu shepherds who migrate each spring with their flocks from the foothills of the Kangra valley to the rich grazing areas of Lahaul and Himachal Pradesh. As for the 'Valley of the Goddess' we will have ample time to soak up the atmosphere of the Tibetan community at McLeod Ganj and Dharamshala before going the trek. Dharamshala to the Chamba valley, over the Indrahar Pass.