Trek to Guna Devi Temple: A Suitable Trek for everyone

If you want to go on a trek along with your children then Guna Devi Temple Trek is the safest and easy trek to do. Not only the beginners, or children but this trek is suitable for everyone. Don’t think, it is one of the amazing treks, you are definitely going to love it. So, pack your bag and go to the Guna Devi Temple trek right away. Also, you can have a look at this blog for the details about Guna Trek.

About Guna Devi Temple

Guna Devi Temple is one of the most famous Hindu temples in Himachal Pradesh. Basically, it has been located in Kangra district near McleodGanj. This temple has been dedicated to Goddess kali. Also, it has been situated at an altitude of 2310 in Kangra valley. It is one of the loving pilgrim centers which have been surrounded by ok and deodar forests. Many people usually come here from near villages (Dharamshala, Kangra) for pilgrimage.

Things that you will explore during the trek

You will see a complete surrounding surrounded by forests. Also, you will be able to explore the wonderful as well as a close view of the Dhauladhar Mountains. We recommend you to start the trek early so that you can able to see beautiful Himalayan birds. You will also be able to explore Tibetian Children's village along with Naddi and Bahl village.

Route for Guna Devi Temple Trek

  • Starts from Naddi village above Dal lake (4 km from McleodGanj)
  • From Naddi village to Baal Village( need to cross a bridge)
  • Finally Guna Devi Temple from Baal village (2 km)

How to arrive at the starting point?

  • For arriving at the starting point for the respective Trek.
  • First of all, move to McleodGanj market.
  •  Then board a transport to reach Naddi village.

Highlights for Guna Devi Trek

  • Time duration: 6-8 hours
  • Distance from McleodGanj: 8 km
  • Transportation: Trek/walk + Cab


  • Age limit: 6-55 years
  • Weight limit (preferred): 25-90 kg
  • Carry a raincoat with you & trekking shoes
  • Tour type: Group
  • You can take eatable items along with yourself
  • Don’t carry heavy bags with yourself

Whoa! Don’t you think, it is one of the best & safe places to visit? Just, go for the trek and do share your reviews about the Trek.

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