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HAR Ki Dun Trek
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Brief Description

Har Ki Doon, a grandiose meadow land valley elevating at 11,675ft( 3,556 meters) surrounded by the hedge of mighty mountains of the higher range of Himalayan mountains. Har ki dun trek is a very adventurous trip in Uttarakhand since Har Ki  trek goes through every terrain. Har ki dun valley is purely a heavenly place for all kinds of trekkers whether they are experienced or new to this business since the lap of great Himalayas cordially welcomes all trekkers by letting in a touch of its significant natural beauty. It is a visual treat during the trekking in Uttarakhand. Which is far beyond the imagination of your richest dream what you would have dreamt for in on the trail of life. Har ki dun trek is one of the most beautiful and less explored treks in Uttrkhand.

The inception of the trek 

Sankri is the pick-up point of Har Ki Doon trek which is also the base camp of Kedarkantha trek which has been described in detail in our Kedarkantha trek page. Sankri is the starting point for many treks in Uttarakhand. On the very first day, we leave for Taluka(Pauni Garaat ) through vehicle with the trekkers in the morning around 6:30. The drive goes throughout the lush green dense forest of multiple types of trees such as alpine trees, pine trees, rhododendron trees and so on. Having gone through an exciting drive trekkers begin to walking through a glacious river flowing to the right-hand side of trekkers and to the left-hand side the layer of orchid filed expended. Taluka is the main inception point of Har ki Doon trek and Taluka itself is a mesmerizing place to explore your trekking trip at the best level. Having done the 10 hours of drive it’s time to land feet on the exploratory place of Taluka and the hearty trek begins right from Taluka to Osala.

The trek through the dense forest of pine, oak, nuts also falls during the entire trekking between Taluka and Osala which lets you be in a touch of nature very closely. There is a variety of flora and fauna the wild Himalayan animal can see bee here like Leopards, barking Deer, Bores, Spotted Deer, Indian Thomson Gass, etc. If you are the one who has taken an oath to make this chronicle journey of your adventurous life then it is now or never.

Osla has its significance as it is the thousands of years old village not only but has the temple of wooden made referring to Dhuryodhana the King of Hastinapur in the epic period of Mahabharatha.

Eventually, the trekkers happen to meet the final destination that they impatiently trek for, yes Har Ki Doon. Even if you are a bit curious to be with nature then it’s gonna be the most relishing experience of your life there is an ancient village which 2000 years old. Har Ki Doon has been crafted by nature exceptionally its slopes are gradually descended and ascended. At the summit point of Har ki Doon trekkers can have the beautiful 360-degree view of sacred mountain cliffs around Har Ki Doon Valley as if the mountains are stationed to guard this sacred valley. 

One of the sacred rivers (Yamuna) flows through the source of water of the glacier of  Swargarohini and Jaundhar glaciers. The camp is installed very next to the shore of the Yamuna where you can enjoy the noise of many species of birds twittering over the valley.

WHY HIMALAYAN TOURISMO ?

The other trekking companies are just companies who have the essence of trekking in the Himalayas but Himalayan Tourismo doesn’t have that essence because it is ardently rooted from the knowledge and significance of Himalayas. The members of Himalayan Tourismo have been trekking the Himalayas for decades and some of them born and brought up very next to the Himalayas.

Our mountaineers have not completed their mountaineering training and course under well-organized institutions only but they also learned a lot by living in the Himalayas, their DNA belongs to the Himalayas as they are the son of these massive mountains since their birth. We know each and everything about the trekking areas of Himalayas in detail to make your trekking and camping journey even more exploratory and impulsive.

Dehradun to Sankri

 

  • 220 km drive by NH 507 – approx 10 hours.
  • Altitude : 1,950m/6,400ft.
  • Last ATM- Purola.
  • Small shops available for trekking gears and miscellany.
  • BSNL network erratic.
  • Guest House Stay.
  • Breakfast and lunch excluded, dinner included.
  • Trekkers will be picked from Dehradun at 6:30am in a Tata Sumo or a similar vehicle.
  • Expected arrival time at Sankri – 5:00 pm.

 

 

Day 2 – Sankri to Pauni Garaat via Taluka

  • Sankri to Taluka (Drive 12 km) (1 hour).
  • Altitude of Taluka – 2,100m/7,000ft.
  • Taluka to Pauni Garaat.
  • Altitude – 2,500m/8,200ft.
  • Trek Distance – 10km.
  • Trek Time – 6 hours approx.
  • Trek Level – Easy level walk and gradual ascent in most parts.
  • Packed lunch.
  • Spring water points.
  • Riverside camping in Govind National Park forests.

 

 

Day 3 – Pauni Garaat to Kalkattiyadhaar

  • Altitude – 2,950m/9,800ft.
  • Trek Distance – 8 km.
  • Trek Time – 6 hour.
  • Packed lunch.
  • Spring water points.
  • Trek Level – Steeper ascent than last day, but well distributed in level walks and inclines.
  • Camp stay in forest overlooking mountains near a food stall.

 

 

Day 4 – Kalkattiyadhar to Har Ki Doon & back to Kalkattiyadhar

  • Altitude – 3,400m/11,800ft.
  • Trek Distance – 10 km.
  • Trek Time – 9 hour.
  • Packed lunch.
  • Spring water points.
  • Trek Level : Relaxed forest walk combined with boulder walk. Mixed gradient with gradual incline.
  • Camp stay in forest overlooking mountains near a food stall.
  • Snow Peaks in View : Swargarohini, Hata Peak, Black Peak etc.

 

Day 5 – Kalkattiyadhar to Pauni Garaat via Osla

  • Altitude – 2,500m/8,200ft.
  • Trek Distance – 8 km.
  • Total Trek Time – 5 hour.
  • Packed lunch.
  • Spring water points.
  • Riverside camping in Govind National Park forests.

 

Day 6 – Pauni Garaat to Sankri via Taluka

  • Altitude – 1,950m/6,400ft.
  • Trek Time – 5 hour.
  • Trek Distance – 10 km.
  • Packed Lunch.
  • Spring water points.
  • Drive from Taluka to Sankri – 12 km.
  • Driving Time – 1 hour.
  • Guest house stay.

 

Day 7 – Sankri to Dehradun

  • Distance – 220 km drive, approx 10 hours.
  • Driving Time – 10 hour.
  • Driving Time – 7 am-6 pm.
  • Breakfast and lunch excluded.
  • You will be dropped at Dehradun station in a Tata Sumo or a similar vehicle.

 

 

Ajay Negi
Ajay Negi@ajaynegi
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Thank you HT and special thanks to very efficient and friendly trek leader Nitin for making our trek easy and enjoyable.
Alok Tomar
Alok Tomar@Aloktomar
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Good organisation of the trek and excellent food provided!
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What trekkers are supposed to carry with them for trekking and camping trip.

Before you join the trekking trip so please make sure to carry following things.

  • Trekking Shoes (water proof)
  • Water proof jacket.
  • Sunglass
  • Sun’s Cream and Lotion
  • Do carry as warm clothes as they the can withstand against the hardcore temperature hitting at -5 to -21 degree.

Stick to this point very cautiously that you have to have to carry winter clothes. 

List of Does

  • You can carry your personal belongings.
  • You can carry eatable things.
  • You ought to abide by the guidelines and instructions of our mountaineers during the trekking and camping trick as it is for your safety.

List of Doesn’t

  • Carrying liquor is strictly prohibited.
  • Don’t bring your pets since it may be risky for them.

Facilities and inconvenience

  • Last ATM falls at Mori, Uttarkashi. So Withdraw the needed cash with you.
  • No Mobile Network Coverage during the entire Trekking and Camping trip.

Age bar and Medical disclaimer:-

Trekkers above 8 years old and upto 60 years of old are allowed to take part in trip.

Himalayan Tourismo payment norms and the cancellation policy 

  • Once payment is done then it will not be refunded thoroughly but the 50 % of payment is refundable in case of cancellation by clients or trekkers.
  • Payment can be made by cash or card(debit/credit)

Modes of payments:

  1. Pay Pal
  2. Google pay
  3. Phone Pe
  • 5 % of GST is additional on every trekking trip.
  • If you come across any query regarding the payment and Charges you can contact us on: Customer Support Number.

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