Hey Kamini Chopra,
We have few suggestions for you.
1. Bahl Village hikking, Dharamshala.
2.Guna Devi Temple trek.
3.Khabru Waterfall trek, Dharamshala
4.Ulud Trek, Dharamshala.
Hope this answers your query.
some of best treks that you can go for, are -
Triund is great for those looking for a peaceful and simple to moderate trip. The scenic route provides ample opportunity to appreciate the lovely valley, as well as a variety of other sports such as mountain biking and camping out in the bush in good company.
The wonderful Kangra Valley has it everything, from beautiful architecture to mysterious streams and lakes, making the trip even more amazing. The eager trekker can experience all of the range's breathtaking vistas while enjoying camping.
Indrahar Pass Trek
One of the most popular treks, the high rocks of the endlessly fascinating range and the untouched beauty allures you on the Indrahar Pass trek. It offers a series of adventure activities like trekking, camping and cave exploration and the way up is filled with gushing rivers and panoramic views for that perfect photo.
Hike to Bhagsu
The hike to Bhagsu Waterfall will make you admire the lush green valleys and the cascading waterfall that will make it all the more worth it. The place is known for its Shiv Temple, Shiva Cafe and the exhilarating views.
Kareri Village Trek
The calm and attractive hiking destination is home to the lovely Kareri Lake, which can be seen from most spots and trekkers can even carry their own tents and sleep alongside the lake. The stunning Pir Panjal Range at the top is a sight to behold!
The following can be the best trek options for you as a beginner in Dharamshala:
1.Triund Trek: If you want to go on a serene and an easy to moderate trek then Triund is ideal for you. The scenic route gives you plenty of opportunity to enjoy the beautiful valley and not just that, you can enjoy a range of other activities like mountain biking and camping out in the wild in good company.
2.Kangra Valley: The magical Kangra Valley has everything to offer, from beautiful architecture to mystical streams & lakes which makes the experience all the more magical. The ardent trekker can enjoy all the awe-inspiring views of the range and also enjoy camping.
3.Hike to Bhagsu: The hike to Bhagsu Waterfall will make you admire the lush green valleys and the cascading waterfall that will make it all the more worth it. The place is known for its Shiv Temple, Shiva Cafe and the exhilarating views.
4.Kareri Village Trek:The serene and alluring trekking destination is home to the beautiful Kareri Lake and in most places, the lake bed can be seen and hikers can even carry their own tents and camp besides the lake as well. The beautiful Pir Panjal Range on the top makes for a spellbinding sight.
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