Precautions for Triund Hiking

Well during your trek to Triund always for any season apply good quality sun protection cream and carry extra pack of cream as the Sun rays up in the mountains are very sharp and crystal clear which can harm your skin in the form of sun tan or sun burn..also wear full sleeve shirt plus a hat to protect your face from sun rays also apply a lip guard gel. During Winter never forget to wear hot clothes like woollen sweaters, socks , jackets for your body and gloves for hands and if you intend to stop in Triund for more than one … Continue reading

Triund News May 26 2011

There is news of fire on the store and kitchen of Rest House of Forest Department in Triund due to lightening strike. As per the information this Store and Kitchen a 97 years old structure built by the British in Triund is totally burnt down, but the good thing is that no one is hurt. There was heavy rain and lightening strike up in Triund last night of May 25, 2011 and due to this accident Mountain Cleaners lost their equipments like blankets, coats and sleeping bags. Below news detail courtesy from newkerala.com and UNI. 31 students escape unhurt in Triund rest-house fire. Dharamsala, May 26 :Thirty-one children and … Continue reading

Elevation of Triund

The people who write their experience about Triund or mention about Triund Hill is that they ignore about the height of Triund and just copy from other pages as such,“Triund is located at a height of 2827 metres above sea level”. Triund is actually located at a height of about 2842 meter above sea level. Following are the co-ordinates of Triund  Hill 32° 15′ 49.29″ N 76° 21′ 12.68″ E Some daring trekkers use the height of Triund for adventure activities like paragliding also.

Heaven on Earth for Nature Lovers and Hikers

Triund a paradise in its own is one day trek on one of the oldest migratory route seasonally used by Gaddi shepherds of Chamba and Kangra districts. Heaven on Earth for Nature Lovers and Hikers Triund Hill is located at a height of about 2,842 meters above sea level and with a distance of about 9 km from McLeodganj ( located at height of 2,082 meters above sea level ) and 17km from Dharamsala ( located at a height of about 1,457 meters ). During your trek if you are lucky enough can see the snow birds and black bear. … Continue reading