Himachal Pradesh | Group size- Max. 12
Located in the Dhauladhar range of the Kangra region is a small
pyramid-shaped mountain structure known as the Moon Peak. It is one of the many peaks in the massive mountain range that dominated the whole Kangra region. Standing tall at an elevation of 4900m, the moon peak is a tough climb which requires mountaineering gear & semi-technical climbing techniques. During the climb, the trekkers will cross over Indrahar pass from Kangra valley which eventually joins the north side which lies on the Chamba side of the mountain.
This trail offers a scenic route which is distributed over forests, small meadows, connecting ridges, caves, boulder fields & snow-laden gullies. This route will eventually take the group to a steep slope under the summit which is a mix of snow & ice. It's very common among trekkers to visit the foothills of Moon peak as they make their way to Triund & Snowline.
Arrive at Mcleodganj (2082 m) to Dharamkot Village (2100m)
We expect you to reach Bhagsu nag by evening, from here our transport team member will drive you to the hotel/guest house. Introduction to the team and briefing session.
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Wilderwood Home, Banwar, Pauri, Uttarakhand 246149
Transportation from Mcleodganj to Mcleodganj
All meals(Veg) from day 01 Dinner to day 06 Breakfast.
Accommodations in (camps, hotels, lodges, guest houses or home stays) According to itinerary on twin sharing basis.
All permits required (forest entry fee, protected lands entry fee).
Trek leaders, Guides, Support staff’s fee.
Equipment (tents, sleeping bags, toilet tents, kitchen tents, mattress, utensils, technical equipment required for climbing).
First aid kit and medical kit.
Mules and porters for carrying central equipment.