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Itinerary

Day 01 : Drive Rishikesh to Sankri; 230 km, 10 hour.

Once you reach Sankri that is soaked in natural beauty, check into the hotel. The small and beautiful village is located at an altitude of 1950m above the sea level and offers a magical view of the surrounding mountains. It is also acts as a base camp for other treks namely, Kedarkantha, Bali Pass and Borasu Pass. Stay overnight at the prearranged accommodation in Sankri.

 

Day 02 : Drive Sankri to Taluka and Trek to Osla; 1 hour drive, 14 km trek.

The entire route to Taluka is a bumpy road, but offers some really great views of the glittering mountains. Taluka is famous for the wide variety of wild flowers grown here. The trail from Taluka descends to the river valley of Supin and continues through a series of chestnut, walnut and chinar forests. Osla is a small village where lofty, snow-clad mountains and lush green vegetation can be found. Stay overnight in Osla.

 

Day 03 : Trek Osla to Har-ki-doon; 11 km, 5 to 6 hour.

During the trail you’ll see shepherds grazing their flock, streams flowing under old wooden bridges, lush green vegetation of the Govind Ballabh Pant Wildlife Sanctuary and the most prominent and scenic views of the trek. Har ki dun is located at the base of Fateh Parvat at the height of 3558m. The scenic valley is encompassed by high snow mountains, lots of trees, and has a beautiful camping ground with a quite river flowing beside it. You can see the mighty Swargarohini Peak from here. It feels like an ecstasy with such wonderful and striking views of the valley.

 

Day 04 : Exploratory day to visit either Maninda Tal or Jaundhar Glacier and back.

When you reach Har ki dun, the sheer beauty of the place will make you never want to leave the place. But there is another gem of a place known as Jaundhar Glacier, a trek of 8 km from Har ki dun. The Jaundhar glacier is one of the least visited glaciers in the Himalayas because of its unpredictable weather conditions. Other option to visit from Har ki dun is Maninda Tal, a glacial lake with crystal clear water. You will see the rarely founded Brahma Kamal in abundance here. This is a cactus that blooms only at night. Spend some leisure time in the magical valley and trek back to Har ki doon for overnight stay.

 

Day 05 : Trek Har ki dun to Seema to Osla; 11 km, 3-4 hour.

Trek back on the same trail and pay a visit to a small village of Seema. This is the village that you would have seen on the other side of the river from Osla. Cherish your memories of Har ki dun and continue walking on the laid trail to Seema. Chat with local villagers and trek back to Osla around lunch time.

 

Day 06 : Trek Osla to Taluka and Drive to Sankri; 14 km trek and 12 km drive.

Trek 14 km to Taluka, followed by a 12 km drive to Sankri. Enjoy the ambiance of the wildlife and click some amazing pictures of the scenic hike downwards. The trail is mostly descents and an easy one. Reaching Sankri, check into the prearranged accommodation for overnight stay.

 

Day 07 : Drive back to Rishikesh. Reach by 7-8 pm.

This is the last day of our trip and the sentiment of the trekking experience is unforgettable. We take back some amazing memories and incredible moments to rejoice for the rest of our life. Board our awaiting vehicle and drive back to Rishikesh. Lunch on the way and trip finishes at Rishikesh.

 

What is included

+ All arrangements for staying and camping while on the trip.

+ All meals while on trek (Veg | Egg).

+ Trek equipments including Tents, Sleeping bags, Mattress, Kitchen & Dining Tent and other utensils.

+ Safety equipment and Medical Kit.

+ Trek Permits and entrance fees.

+ Mountaineering qualified & professional Trek Leader, Guide and Support staff.

 

What’s not included

– Transport to and from the Base camp.

– Personal Insurance and Expenses.

– Food during transit to and from the basecamp.

– Offloading charges for backpack, if required.

– Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control.

– Anything not mentioned under the head inclusions.

 

What to pack

SUN ARMOUR

Sunscreen SPF 20 above | Sunglasses (UV proof/polarizer) | Hiking Hat & Scarf | Balaclava or Face mask

 

WATER SHIELD

Poncho | Waterproof Jacket & Trouser | Waterproof Backpack Cover | Waterproof hiking shoes

 

WINTER GUARD

Cold Cream & Moisturizer | Lip balm | Thermal Inner Wear | Base Layer | Sweater or Fleece | Down Jackets | Woolen Gloves & Socks | Mufflers

 

GENERAL ITEMS

Ruck Sack | T-shirts | Hiking Pants | Undergarments | Quick dry Towel | Paper Soap’s | Toilet Paper and Wipes | Head Lamp or Torch | Thin Multi-purpose Nylon Rope | Extra Batteries and Charger | Water Bottles or Hydration Pack | Hand Sanitizer | Toothbrush and Toothpaste | Personal Medical and First Aid Kit |Photo Identity Card

 

PERSONALIZED GEAR

Camera and Tripod | Day Pack | Hiking Pole or Stick | Snow Gaiters | Drone | Energy Bars or Dry Fruits or Electrols

Har Ki Dun Trek - 07 Days

Rate: 11499/person
Point Of Interest
Har ki Doon is a cradle shaped valley accessible through Govind National Park, mostly popular for its rich variety of flora and fauna. It is situated at the base of Fateh parvat, at an altitude of 3556m and surrounded by the pine forest from all the sides. The picturesque valley is also known by the name of Valley of Gods and the immense beauty of this majestic place perfectly justifies to it. In Indian mythology, it is believed that the Pandavas took the same route to ascend towards heaven from the Swargrohini Peak, the mountain that dominates the Har Ki Dun valley. You can also see the Bandarpoonch, Blackpeak and Ruinsara peaks from here. This is an ideal beginners trek and the trail takes you through some of the very best alpine meadows, moraine ridges, glacier basins and pine forests of the western Himalayas. You will trek through some of the ancient villages that are over 3,000 years old. Jaundhar Glacier and Maninda Tal are other highlights of the trek, but are only accessible in good weather conditions. The easy trail, scenic mountain views, ancient Jaunsari villages and abundance of beautiful pines forests makes Har ki dun a perfect trek in the Indian Himalayas.
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Har ki Doon is a cradle shaped valley accessible through Govind National Park, mostly popular for its rich variety of flora and fauna. It is situated at the base of Fateh parvat, at an altitude of 3556m and surrounded by the pine forest from all the sides. The picturesque valley is also known by the name of Valley of Gods and the immense beauty of this majestic place perfectly justifies to it. In Indian mythology, it is believed that the Pandavas took the same route to ascend towards heaven from the Swargrohini Peak, the mountain that dominates the Har Ki Dun valley. You can also see the Bandarpoonch, Blackpeak and Ruinsara peaks from here. This is an ideal beginners trek and the trail takes you through some of the very best alpine meadows, moraine ridges, glacier basins and pine forests of the western Himalayas. You will trek through some of the ancient villages that are over 3,000 years old. Jaundhar Glacier and Maninda Tal are other highlights of the trek, but are only accessible in good weather conditions. The easy trail, scenic mountain views, ancient Jaunsari villages and abundance of beautiful pines forests makes Har ki dun a perfect trek in the Indian Himalayas.

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