In past few years, Dharamshala has become popular among most of the tourists and nature lovers due to the beautiful landscapes, ease of access and Snowfall in Dharamshala. Dharamshala is also famous for the trek to Triund. Triund is a small hill above Mcleod Ganj in Himachal Pradesh. You can start your trek from either Bhagsunag or Dharamkot (Gallu Devi Temple). The trek is beautiful covered with the Pines and the valleys, en route you will also find trees of Rhododendron flowers.
In Dharamshala you can also visit places like Aghanjar Mahadev, Norbulingka Institute, Chinmaya Tapovan, Dharamshala Tea Gardens, etc. which are as beautiful as other places and you will get a really nice experience visiting these places. If you really like trekking than you can also visit to Himani Chamunda also known as Aadi Himani Chamunda or Barfani Chamunda, which is a moderately difficult 7.4 kilometer trek. You will find shelters and shops on the way for refreshments.
At a point of time Dharamshala was known to hold the record for the second most rainfall regions, but this year we missed all this rain and snow during the months of winters.
Snowfall in Dharamshala
In past two days, we received a good quantity of snow and rain in Dharamshala, and we can consider it as a gift for Valentine’s Day. The temperature also dipped to 0-2 degrees in some parts of the region. Snow covered mountains are looking really beautiful and the rain washed lush green valley is having a charm in itself.
So we think this is the perfect time for the tourists and couples to plan their trip to Dharamshala and please do not forgot to visit Bhagsunag, Triund & Indrunaag if you really want to witness the true beauty of Dharamshala.
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