9-days
Duration
7
Physicality
India
Location
18+
Age
April- November
Dates

Har Ki Dun is a cradle-shaped valley located at the base of the Fateh Parvat at an altitude of 3566m. The valley is a paradise for trekkers, nature lovers and bird watchers. The area is rich in flora and fauna. Opaque forests of pines and dazzling mountain peaks encircle the valley. The trek will take you to one of the least discovered areas of Garhwal Himalayas. The valley has a backdrop of snowy Himalayan mountain peaks and dense jungles of devdar, pine and confer. The Tons River makes meandering loops at this place which amplifies the landscape’s beauty. At Netwar village, there is the convergence of the Rupin and Supin rivers. After the junction of the Rupin and Supin rivers, we arrive at another river titled Tons River upon which you can enjoy rafting.

The valley is sprinkled with Himalayan flowers and looks vibrant during the monsoon season. The trekking in the valley is rated as moderate to medium difficulty. One should be bodily for for this trek.

Har Ki Dun is the valley of the Swargarohini Peak. There exists a local belief that Yudhishthir, the eldest of the Pandavas was sent to heaven with a dog from this peak of Swargarohini. The ancestors of this area were said to be under the reign of the Pandavas and Kauravas, the mythological royal warriors and kings in the epic, Mahabharata. The people who live in the Mori region are the followers Kauravas who were considered the anti-heroes in Mahabharata.

Facts about the trek: The highest altitude of this trek is reached at the campsite of Har Ki Dun. There are easy-medium slops, as well as steep ones starting from the forests and meadows of Govind National Park towards the Har Ki Dun camp. The trek is ment for beginners and those who are new to trekking and you can expect a variety of landscapes such as the rocky one at Seema to Osla and snowy patches enroute to the Jaundhar glacier.

Details
  • 16 day Trek
  • Grade: Easy / Medium
  • Altitude: 3566
INCLUDED All transportation including airport pickup & dropoff
 Professional guide
All necessary paper works and permits
Trekking guide during the trek
All government and local taxes
All accommodation during the package period
All meals during the trek
NOT INCLUDED
Transportation
Instructor gratuity

You can get a customized discount on this trek by calling us on +918826237836 / +918467843396.

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Day 1: Dehradun - Sankri

On the first day, we hit the road and drive 166km for 5 to 6 hours tо Sаnkri via Muѕѕооriе, Kеmрtу Falls, Purola and Mori. This will be the starting point of our trek where overnight stay will happen in tourist rest houses or tents.

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Day 2: Sankri - Taluka

From Sankri, the road upon which the 4-5 hour 14km trek happens is well-made and passes through dense forests with gorgeous views of local settlements and the river Rupin down the valley. Taluka, a small hamlet nestled in the laps of nature is located at 1900m (6232ft) and it has guest houses and shack shops, providing daily provisions to the local inhabitants. Similar to the previous day, the over-night stay happens in tourist resthouse or tents.

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Day 3: Taluka - Osla

The 13km and 6-7 hour trail from Taluka village initially descends and then continues gradually on the true left of the valley adjoining the river Rupin. Later the trail winds up beautiful Chestnut, Walnut and Willow forests and continues toward Gangar village. Here, we cross the side stream and continue to climb to see the picturesque settlement of Osla (2560m / 8400ft) at a distance from the valley. Seema is a small tourist hub with shops of limited supplies, a forest rest house and tourist bungalows. Overnight stay will happen in tourist rest houses or tents as you prefer.

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Day 4: Osla to Har Ki Dun

The 12km and 6-7 hour trail from Seema initially continues on the true left of the valley, going up past fields followed by the crossing of a hanging bridge over river Rupin, to the true right of the valley. The trail now ascends, going past fields, pastures and huts where the coniferous flora on the opposite side of the valley is highly adorable and evoking. The trail climbs to the ridge, locally named as Kalkatti Dhar, from where the trail traverses to give you spectacular views of Har Ki Dun. From here initially, the trail climbs gradually, getting steep at times. We go past stunning meadows, finally arriving at the campsite at Har Ki Dun (3566m; 11700ft), located by a small stream with the peaks of Har Ki Dun and Swargarohini towering above. Overnight stay will occur here in tents.

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Day 5: Har Ki Dun

A day for relaxation and exploration; having a morning for ease, we can aid you to explore Morinda lake in the first half of the day. After lunch, the breath-taking exploration towards Jaundhar Glacier takes place where we will lodge overnight in tents.

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Day 6: Har Ki Dun to Osla

The reverse trek to Osla village is an easy walk which gives opportunity to admire the beauty of the valley, taking around 3-4 hours, after which the night will be spent in a tourist rest house / tent.

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Day 7: Osla - Taluka

The 13km trek taking 3-4 hours submerges the immaculate beauty of the valley below. The walk towards Taluka village is as equally easy as the previous day and upon reaching the destination, the evening will be spent in a rest house or hotel.

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Day 8: Taluka to Sankri

Considered a relatively easy day, the trek for the day is around 13km long, taking 3-4 hours and comprising of a relaxing and fun walk on a well-made path through the forest.

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Day 9: Sankri - Dehradun

On this last day, we drive for 7-8 hours and 215km to Dehradun, the capital of Uttаrаkhаnd and also where there are plenty of tourist spots and attractions.

On the first day, we hit the road and drive 166km for 5 to 6 hours tо Sаnkri via Muѕѕооriе, Kеmрtу Falls, Purola and Mori. This will be the starting point of our trek where overnight stay will happen in tourist rest houses or tents.

On the first day, we hit the road and drive 166km for 5 to 6 hours tо Sаnkri via Muѕѕооriе, Kеmрtу Falls, Purola and Mori. This will be the starting point of our trek where overnight stay will happen in tourist rest houses or tents.

On the first day, we hit the road and drive 166km for 5 to 6 hours tо Sаnkri via Muѕѕооriе, Kеmрtу Falls, Purola and Mori. This will be the starting point of our trek where overnight stay will happen in tourist rest houses or tents.

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