Indrahar Pass is part of the spectacular Dhauladhar range from the global hill station of McLeod Ganj in northern India.

It is a high altitude which follows the ancient Gaddi herding routes to Indrahar Pass (4,300m) winding through thick pine forests and rock formations. Leaving from either Naddi Village or McLeod Ganj you will trek to Truind and up to Ilaka Cave and to the pass. You will camp in tents (not fixed) and food will be cooked by your guide along the way. A good level of fitness is required as it is a strenuous trek .

Vikas Kumar, our inhouse Tour Manager recently went on this adventure and is happy to share this video of the geographic and cultural history of the area. Check out the video.

We invite you to join us on a trek into these spectacular mountains.

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