DharamsalaHimachal PradeshNorth India

Kangra Implements Trekking Ban Until September 15

Risky monsoon treks often lead to difficult rescue operations

The Kangra district administration in Dharamsala has banned trekking in the hills until September 15 due to heavy rainfall and landslide risks. People in the tourism industry are concerned about its impact on tourism.

The ban’s chief adviser suggests limiting it to August 15 since the weather becomes safer by then and attracts more tourists for trekking. The popular Triund trek is affected by this decision. The ban was imposed to prevent risky monsoon treks that often lead to difficult rescue operations. It will be reconsidered if the monsoon weakens after August 15.

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