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Har Ki Dun – India Trek

The Har Ki Dun means Valley of Gods is a treat for first time trekkers and nature lovers. Har Ki dun is a moderate trek which takes you to the one of the least explored places in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand and best suitable for first time trekkers in Himalayas and also who are experienced in other parts of Himalayas. Har Ki Dun Trek lies in the Govind Wild life Sanctuary and National Park and other famous trek nearby is Kedarkantha Peak Winter trek. Har Ki Dun trek gives you the magnificent views of famous peaks of Swargarohini, Bandar Poonch, Kala Nag or Black peak and Har Ki Dun peak itself. The drive from Dehradun to Taluka is a scenic one via Mussoorie, Barkot, Purola, Netwar, Motwat along the Tons River. The road conditions from Sankri to Taluka (Where Har Ki Dun Trek starts) are rough one.

9 Days
18+ Age
  • Destination

  • Departure

    Delhi, India
  • Departure Time

    Any Time
  • Return Time

    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code

    Trekking equipment
  • Included

    All taxes and official expenses
    Basic guesthouse accommodation
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    City tour
    Departure Taxes
    Local staff and porters
    Permits and TIMS permit
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included

    Alcohol and cold drinks
    Domestic flights
    Entry visa
    Hotel
    International flights
    Mandatory travel insurance
    Personal trekking equipment
    Tips for trekking staff and driver
1

Day 1: Arrival at Delhi

Our representative will pick up you from the airport and transfer you to the hotel. In the afternoon, we will go to see India gate. Later we will have welcoming dinner.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
2

Day 2: Delhi City Tour

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel and leave for Delhi sightseeing, Hyumayun Tomb, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Hyumayun Tomb, Parliament House.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
3

Day 3: Drive to Sankri

Arrive in Sankri Village, we will meet the trek guide and head to hotel/home stay in Sankri. If time permits you can explore the village or just walk around Sankri.
Overnight stay at guest house.
4

Day 4: Trek to Seema

There is a 12 km jeepable road connecting Sankri with Taluka. The trail goes through a dense forest of chestnut, walnut, and chinars. The trekking route from Taluka to Seema stays on the right side of Supin River. You’ll need to cross wooden bridges over streams and climb a little bit.
After 8 km of trekking, you will see a beautiful village with unique wooden houses on the left side of the river, Gangad Village. It takes another 2 hours from this point to reach Seema. Night stay in Seema/Osla.
Overnight stay in camping.
5

Day 5: Trek to to Har Ki Dun Valley

After crossing Seema, a giant bridge over Supin River will greet you. Cross it and climb a steep route until you reach a small bridge over a stream. This is a steep climb and it will take half an hour to one hour.
The trekking trail is visible for the next 4km, gradually ascending towards the left top over a vast expanse of lush green meadow. After trekking for a couple of kilometers, Debsu Thatch and Ruinsara Valley on the right side will open up. Kala Nag (Black Peak) and Banderpunch Range will also reveal itself.
After reaching Kalkati Dhar, there will be a change in scenery and the trail will become less demanding. You will see the shepherds grazing their flock and several trekkers passing through.
Har ki Doon region is part of the Govind Ballabh Pant Wildlife Reserve and you will witness a wide variety of flora and fauna on this trail. Soon the route opens up and Hata Peak becomes visible. There is a beautiful camping ground at Har ki Doon with a calm stream flowing in between.
Overnight stay in camping.
6

Day 6: Trek to to Maninda Tal to Har Ki Dun

In order to reach Maninda Tal, you need to walk back towards the bridge before and climb up the left side of the valley. For a stretch, the trail is thin and can occupy only one person at a time, so make sure you walk in line and don't try to overtake.
After traversing for a kilometer, the route opens up to a wide valley. This valley leads to Borasu Pass (a difficult trek) which acts as an entry gate to Himachal. After crossing a couple of glaciers and gradually ascending on altitude you'll reach Maninda Tal where a huge rock is blocking a glacial stream to form a lake with crystal clear water. Spend some time in this mystical valley and start trekking back towards Har ki Doon before the weather gets bad.
Overnight stay in camping.
7

Day 7: Trek to Osla

Trek back on the same trail and pay a visit to the isolated yet culturally rich village of Osla. A unique temple is dedicated to Duryodhana of Mahabharata in the village of Osla. Osla Village is located on the opposite side of Seema. Chat with local villagers and trek back to Seema around lunch time. Night stay either in Seema or Osla.
Overnight stay in camping.
8

Day 8: Trek to to Sankri

After breakfast, trek back to Taluka and thereon to Sankri Village. Night stay in Sankri.
Overnight stay at guest house.
9

Day 9: Drive to Delhi

After an early breakfast drive to Delhi.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
10

Day 10:Final departure

Our journey in India comes to end today! Our representative will drop you off at the airport approximately 3 hours before our scheduled flight.

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Har Ki Dun Trek

The Har Ki Dun means Valley of Gods is a treat for first time trekkers and nature lovers. Har Ki dun is a moderate trek which takes you to the one of the least explored places in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand and best suitable for first time trekkers in Himalayas and also who are experienced in other parts of Himalayas. Har Ki Dun Trek lies in the Govind Wild life Sanctuary and National Park and other famous trek nearby is Kedarkantha Peak Winter trek. Har Ki Dun trek gives you the magnificent views of famous peaks of Swargarohini, Bandar Poonch, Kala Nag or Black peak and Har Ki Dun peak itself. The drive from Dehradun to Taluka is a scenic one via Mussoorie, Barkot, Purola, Netwar, Motwat along the Tons River. The road conditions from Sankri to Taluka (Where Har Ki Dun Trek starts) are rough one.
Har Ki Dun trek one of the most famous trek in Garhwal Himalayas, Har Ki Dun Valley is located at the base of Fateh Parvat, at an elevation of 3556 mts. This is a moderate trek of medium difficulty, one has to physically fit for this trek.
Har Ki Dun Valley is surrounded by dense forests of pines and glittering mountain peaks, is a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers.
The trek starts from Haridwar to Osla is through dense forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows and chinars. The trek from Osla to Har-ki-doon is through terraced mountain fields, lush green grassy land and conifer forests.
Har Ki Dun (The hanging valley of gods) is a paradise for trekkers. This moderate trek takes you to one of the least explored regions of Garhwal. As Har-KI-Doon falls within the Govind Pashu vihar , chances of seeing wildlife here are very bright. Here , you have a beautifully carved temple dedicated to Duryodhana , the Kaurava Prince. And if you are interested in glaciers then Jaundhar Glacier at 4300 mt. is just about five kilometers from Har Ki Dun.
In nutshell "It is impossible to describe the beauty of this valley in words" Come and explore it yourself"

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