Har Ki Dun Trek
₹ 9499 /person | 7D - 6N | Dehradun to Dehradun
Har Ki Dun Trek
7D - 6N | Dehradun to Dehradun
₹ 9499 /pp
Har Ki Dun Journey, also known as the Har Ki Doon Trek, is a classic example of a historic and epic adventure trek. This is where the heart of mythology may be found. The area also has expansive pastures, meadows, and The route is lovely, with flowers blossoming all around and snow covering the ground in the winter; there are many different kinds of trees in the forest, and you may observe a few different kinds of birds. vistas of the Great Himalayas, pine woods, glacier ranges, and mountain peaks. Only in Har Ki Doon, also known as Har Ki dun (The Valley of Gods), can you get a view of the surrounding mountains. Locations such as Bandarpoonch, Black Peak, Kalanag, Bali Pass, Ruinsara Lake, and Swargarohini (Parts I, II, and III). Other mountaintops, too! You will pass across several historic settlements on your tour. Aged at almost 300 years, it will undoubtedly transport you to another era. Along the way, you’ll see how the locals live and visit their towns, which are surrounded by lush fields of greenery. People in that area continue to hold Duryodhana in high regard even in modern times. Somber scenery and ancient traditions characterise a trip to Har Ki Dun.Read More
Those interested in travel and the outdoors should definitely check it out. Use of the Har Ki Dun The beautiful Garhwal area of the Uttarakhand Himalayas. It’s a big valley that, in keeping with Indian mythology, is still called “Har Ki Dun” to this day. Indeed, the “Valley of the Gods” has been there for well over half a millennium. In addition to its stunning scenery, Har Ki Dun is rich in mythological and historical significance. The expected tropical climate exists, and the surrounding verdant vegetation is relaxing. That explains why Har Ki Dun is also known as the Valley of the Gods.
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At a central location in Dehradun, we gather with our other members, and then we go to a restaurant for an early lunch (expense is yours). After leaving Mussoorie, continue driving to Sankri by way of Kempty Fall, Yamuna Valley, Tons Valley, Nainbagh, Nowgaon, Purola, and Jarmola. We have made reservations at a hotel for the night.
We check out of our room after breakfast and make our way to the very last town before reaching the main road. The Govind Wild Life Sanctuary is around 13 kilometres away from this picture-perfect town (Sankri is the place where the check post is located). Har-ki-dun is situated at an elevation of 3566 metres, while the Swargarohini Peak rises to a height of 6096 metres in the background. Sankri serves as the entrance to this area. Sankari to Taluka via jeep if road is passable. The beginning of our hike is in Taluka, and from there we make our way down the glacial Supin river for the first portion of the journey. Taluka is a tiny hamlet that is recognised for being snuggled in the lap of nature. It is also known for its exquisite "Pahari homes" that are fashioned out of a complex ensemble of wood, stone, and mud – a structure that should not be missed since it is resistant to earthquakes, has animal stalls on the bottom level, and uses the heat generated by the animals' bodies to warm the living space on the floor immediately above! The residents of the community, who live at an elevation of 1900 metres, have access to everyday necessities via the village's guesthouses and the handful of shack businesses that are situated there.
The path that leaves the settlement of Osla first heads downhill and then continues gently on the true left side of the valley that is next to the river Supin. After some time has passed, the path continues to wound uphill through an attractive forest that is full of chestnut, walnut, and willow trees on its way to the settlement. Osla hamlet may be seen out in the distance on the valley's actual right. The journey to Seema will continue when one reaches this stage. The settlement of Osla may be seen in the distance from the camping area, which is situated across a rapid river. Overnight in tents. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.
The route that begins at the Waterfall campside then continues on the true left site of the valley, travels through farmland, and then over a hanging bridge over the river Supin to arrive on the right side of the valley. The path now begins its ascent, passing through several farms and pastures that are dotted with houses. On the other side of the valley is some amazing coniferous vegetation that any photographer would be lucky to capture on film. The climb up to Har ki Dun is a gentle one, but it rewards visitors with breathtaking panoramas of snow-capped mountains and verdant, terraced alpine farms. The last challenging ascent of around 200 metres brings one to the renowned meadows of Har ki Dun, where one can see the west face of Swargrohini towering above the valley. A little creek runs through the area where the camp is set up, and the summits of Har Ki Dun and Swargarohini can be seen in the distance. On the Same Day, Descend to the Waterfall's Basecamp.
Even before arriving in Har Ki Dun, one may have a good look at the majesty of Swargarohini, as well as Kala Nag, Bandar Pouchch, and the Ruinsara Peaks. A genuinely paradisiacal and quiet location, ideal for people who wish to spend some time by themselves while feeling at one with the vastness of the landscape. Either turn to the right towards Swargarohini and the Jumnar glacier or turn to the left towards the Borasu pass (Taking one to Chitkul in Himachal). The bottom of the enormous and gorgeous valley is covered with soft grassy areas, and the valley is surrounded on three sides by large mountains. Overnight in tents. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
The journey back to Sankri Vai from Taluka of Sankri is an easy stroll that provides many opportunities to enjoy and photograph the natural beauty of the valley and the surrounding villages.
We start the day with a hearty breakfast and then go to Mori. If the weather cooperates, we are going to go white water rafting. After that, we get in our vehicle and travel from Mori to Dehradun so that we may take our train or aircraft. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
- 7 days premium trek
- Double sharing basis of tents through the trek.
- Dehradun to Sankri & Return Transport in Tempo/Bolero/Sumo Vehicle
- All meals – vegetarian
- Campfire at Camps (If Available)
- Pickup from your place
- Luggage carries charges
- Food during travel
- Any kind of personal expenses
As you climb to higher altitudes, the air grows thinner and less oxygen is present. The amount of oxygen in our blood is equivalent to the proportion of haemoglobin that is saturated with oxygen. At altitudes above around 2,100 metres (7,000 feet), the amount of oxygen carried by our blood starts to decrease. At the same time, the human body possesses both immediate and long-term adaptations to altitude that help it somewhat compensate for the shortage of oxygen.
A Great First Trek for Anyone Who Wants to Get Into Hiking:
A Great First Trek for Anyone Who Wants to Get Into Hiking:
Points to remember for safety in the trek:
- It is essential that you arrive at the starting point of any hike or excursion in the best possible physical condition and readiness.
- The hike is not tough; in fact, if you can keep both your feet and your mind calm and strong during the journey, you will discover that the hike is rather simple.
➩ How to Reach
Directions to go to Dehradun:
- By Air: Jolly Grant Airport is the domestic airport that serves Dehradun, and it receives frequent flights from the main metropolises located across India.
- Traveling by Train: The Dehradun junction is the closest railway station, and it has excellent connections to major cities located around India.
- By Road: The road network in and around Dehradun is extensive and convenient. To get to Dehradun from Delhi or any of the other surrounding cities, you have the option of either driving there yourself or hiring a cab or taxi. In addition, there is a consistent bus service between Dehradun and the surrounding areas because to the extensive road network.
Due to its distant location, the ideal time to visit Har ki Doon valley is between the months of April and June during the summer, and late September and November during the spring. The lengthy trekking path may provide difficulties during the monsoon months of July, August, and September; nonetheless, many trekkers like the opportunity to test their mettle during this time of year since the route is not very challenging.
Throughout the course of the day, the temperature in the Har ki Doon area often falls anywhere between 10 and 15 degrees Celsius on the scale. During night, the temperature may fall to as low as 2 degrees Celsius and as high as 5 degrees Celsius. This is a significant temperature decrease. While packing your woollens, it is important to keep both the temperature and the direction the wind is blowing in mind.
There is little question that the Har ki Dun Trek is an excellent option for trekkers who are just starting out. In order to get yourself physically ready, you will hike for around five or six hours per day. Every day will have at least one challenging ascent and descent.
To put it simply, the answer is yes in every way! The ascent of Har-ki-Doon may also be done as a solo expedition. The journey is, in point of fact, a common one, and those who do it have the opportunity to both get to know new people and go it alone. Even while the trails provide breathtaking vistas, venturing out on your own offers you the opportunity to not only rediscover who you are but also get even closer to the natural world around you. Yet, if you go in a group, the trek will be less difficult, and if you are by yourself, you can still join a group if you want to.
Driving distance between Delhi and Dehradun is around 250 kilometres. Both Dehradun and Haridwar, which is located around 50 kilometres distant from Dehradun, are served by a large number of trains. Jolly Grand Airport is the location of the closest airport.
We provide the Tata Sumo or the Mahindra Bolero to accommodate groups of up to 5 or 6 passengers, and we offer the 13-seater Tempo Traveller to accommodate groups of 10 or more passengers.
The temperature on the walk to Har Ki Dun in the winter will range from 8 to 12 degrees Fahrenheit during the day, but it will dip to -10 degrees Fahrenheit at night.
While wearing trekking shoes is not required, doing so will make the walk more pleasant. Put on a pair of shoes that have a strong ankle support and a decent grip. It is preferable that the shoes have a watertight construction.
Since we will be camping on the Har Ki Dun journey in hiking tents, there will be no opportunity to take a shower while we are on the trail.
The size of the trekking party for the har ki dun trip would be between between 15 and 20 persons.
Depending on the size of the group, there will be two expert guides assigned to that party.
The answer is yes; men and women will not be sharing tents, unless they specifically ask for it to happen.
We will supply food for all four meals of the day, which include breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. The meal plan includes breakfast, lunch, snacks in the evening, and supper.
On the walk to Har Ki Dun, you are required to have certain papers with you, such as an original identification card and a picture.
Yeah, we supply you Toilet tents during Har Ki Dun Trip.
Since the weather might change unexpectedly at times, we strongly advise you to bring along a lightweight raincoat or a waterproof windcheater/poncho at all times.
You will receive BSNL mobile network in Sankri village. You won't be able to connect to any networks if you go to other places.
The Har Ki Dun journey is suitable for solitary tourists and may be completed without incident.
Throughout the Har ki Dun hike, the only settlement that will have power available to you is Sankri.
You will find an ATM on the trip in Purola, which is beyond Dehradun; nonetheless, it is recommended to bring along any necessary items.
You'll never know what you're going to find on this Har Ki Dun Trek, and that's a good thing for photographers. Be sure to keep an eye on the warning signs, and if something is not allowed in certain locations, steer clear of doing it.
Since the Har Ki Dun trek is a group activity, and because the trek leaders are responsible for the whole journey rather than just their own portion of it, tailored meals will be tough to come by during this trek. No matter what form your request for customisation takes, we will do our best to accommodate it if at all feasible.
Yeah, Har Ki Dun trip is highly safe for female lone hikers.
The short answer is that you may bring your own tent, but the longer answer is that we recommend you don't bring your tent since it will make the total weight of your baggage higher.
The walk to Har Ki Dun is one that you and your family are welcome to participate in. The walk is not difficult, but you should be in good physical shape for it.
As part of the Har ki Dun trip package, we will supply you with all of the necessary trekking gear, as well as food, lodging, and transportation.
In the normal course of things, IndianTreks anticipates that you will be the one to carry your own personal gear; but, if you want to unload your backpack, you may give it to the mule.
Charge of offloading Backpack
- 2000 INR (Indian Rupees), provided that the payment is made online ten days in advance
- INR 2500/- If you inform us after reaching Sankri.
- There is a need for a waterproof cover on the backpack; luggage and stroller bags are not permitted.
- You just need to make one payment, and you may go on the tour as many times as you want.
- If you schedule a trek with Indiantreks and are unable to finish that trek, or if you have successfully completed that journey and wish to do it again, you are free to repeat that trek an unlimited number of times without incurring any additional fees for doing so.
Terms and conditions To book a trek or an adventure programme, please use our online booking form; if you prefer, you may also give us a call at the number provided. To confirm your reservation, you will need to wire a deposit in addition to the original payment.
Terms and conditions
To book a trek or an adventure programme, please use our online booking form; if you prefer, you may also give us a call at the number provided. To confirm your reservation, you will need to wire a deposit in addition to the original payment.
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➩ Things to carry
PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING FOR HAR KI DUN – TREK
- 50–60 ltrs backpack
- Strong hiking boots: a leather upper is best because it gives your ankles more support. If you don’t have a pair yet, you should get one as soon as possible and wear it a lot so that it breaks in well. This will help keep blisters from forming.
- Tennis shoes or sandals that are light enough to wear in camp
➩ Why choose us for Har Ki Dun Trek
We think that going on outdoor excursions in small groups is the greatest approach to fully appreciate what the landscape has to offer. We don’t leave our urban homes to visit some distant fish monger.
We use a concept called fixed departures to keep the cost of your adventure vacation down. We guarantees all of its clients a departure date regardless of weather or other unforeseen circumstances (known as “Force Majeure”).
We provide very comfortable stay throughout the trek. Proper and good quality tents and sleeping bags are provided with double and triple sharing basis. Tents and sleeping bags are always neat and clean to use.
As a company, Indiantreks is committed to helping people rediscover their personal and spiritual connections to the natural world by encouraging them to put down their phones and other modern gadgets. Connecting with oneself and one’s environment is possible only when one leaves behind all of their cares, concerns, and possessions.
These unspoiled natural settings should remain untouched for future hikers. Leave no trace is our policy to guarantee this (LNT). We take special care to eliminate any traces of our camping activities by properly disposing of waste at each campground. This is one of Indiantreks’ fundamental beliefs.
Indiantreks has taken the Eco-Tourism Pledge, demonstrating our commitment to sustainable practises in all of our operations.
We are firm believers in eco-friendly vacations. As a rule, we prefer to work in remote rural locations where infrastructure has not yet been significantly established. Our mission is to help the residents of these rural areas get the confidence and resources they need to feel like they have a stake
Indian Trek’s team are highly dedicated in safety but as well as giving proper hygenic food throughout the trek. They will not take anything lightly when it comes to good food. Proper washable utensils are using everytime and serving area will also be neat and clean.
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