Har ki Dun trek | Event in Dehradun | Townscript
Har ki Dun trek | Event in Dehradun | Townscript

Har ki Dun trek

Apr 24 - 30 | 06:00 AM (IST)

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Har ki Dun Trek
UTTARAKHAND • 7 DAYS , MODERATE , Trek Distance- 67 KM
Maximum Group Size-MAX 15, MAX ALTITUDE-3500 mts.
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₹8800 + 5% GST
Sankri to Sankri
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+ Rs. 2000 Dehradun - Dehradun
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Brief Description
The Har Ki Dun trek is one of the most sought-after treks in the Garhwal Himalayas. The valley of Har-ki-Dun is located at the base of Fateh Parvat, at an altitude of 3,556 meters. The valley is surrounded by dense Pine forests and offers amphitheater views of mountains such as Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, and Black peak. This deserted piece of land is a paradise for flora and fauna lovers. Black bear, Langoors and wild boars are native inhabitants in the region. Golden eagles are also found in this region. The accessibility through Govind National Park makes it rich in flora. You can find trees of Bhojpatra, the flower, Bramhakamal. Swargarohini and Jaundar Glacier are in the south-east of this cradle shaped attraction. Given its beauty and moderate difficulty level, this is an ideal trek for experienced as well as novice trekkers.
Day 1: Arrive in Sankri
Arrive in Sankri. If you opt for transportation from us then we will assemble early morning in Dehradun by 7 AM and drive towards Sankri. This small quaint village is the base for Har Ki Dun trek. Overnight stay at guesthouse/hotel in Sankri.
Day 2: Sankri- Taluka (12 Kms by Road ), Taluka- Seema (12 kms trek)
Early morning drive from Sankri to Taluka in a Taxi. Taluka is the starting point of our trek. After breakfast in Taluka, we will start trekking with packed lunch to Seema (2260m) on an even surface through thick forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows, chinars and a variety of conifer trees. You will come across a few waterfalls on your way. You could either opt for the steep climb of Dhaatmeer village or just trek along the Karmanasha stream. Both the routes meet at Gangaar village. Reach Seema Camps by late afternoon. Overnight stay in tents.
Day 3: Seema- Kalkattiyadhaar (7 kms trek)
The trail from Seema initially is on the left side of the valley and goes past fields. This is followed by crossing an aging bridge over river Rupin, after which we start trekking to the right side of the valley. The trail now ascends through fields and pastures with huts. The coniferous trees on the other side of the valley are beautiful. Then the trail includes a climb to the ridge locally named as Kalkattiyadhar. After a short descent from the Kalkattiyadhar, we arrive at our campsite. Overnight stay in tents.
Day 4: Kalkattiyadhaar-Har Ki Dun-Kalkattiyadhaar (14 kms trek)
As we move ahead from Kalkattiyadhaar camp, the trail gives an impressive view of Har Ki Dun valley. Initially, there's a gradual climb which later gets steeper as it passes through beautiful meadows which opens into Har Ki Dun. A small stream flows by the campsite, with peaks of Har Ki Dun and Swargarohini towering above. After spending some time at Har Ki Dun, we will return to Kalkattiyadhaar camp.
Day 5: Kalkattiyadhaar - Seema (7 kms trek)
Spend some quality time appreciating the sunrise and enchanting view of Swargarohini Peaks from the campsite. During winters, the morning temperature can be quite cold ( around -2 degree) here. After an early breakfast, we head back to Seema. We start by crossing the Har Ki Dun Bridge and then continue with a small walk along the river. Initially, there is a gradual climb up to Kalkattiyadhar and then it is a descend up to Seema. If time permits we will take a short halt at Osla village, where you can see the typical Gharhwali Houses. Like most mountain villages, the location of Osla is such that it gets Sunlight throughout the day. So you can just sit and relax for some time. After a short while, we resume the descend to Seema where we stay for the night.
Day 6: Seema- Taluka (12 kms trek), Taluka- Sankri (15 kms by road)
From here, there are two ways to get down. The first one is via Seema for which we have to descend to the river and cross it using the bridge. The second route which is shorter (but steeper) one goes via Puani. It meets the main trail at a point where there is a watermill. You can spend some time here understanding how watermills work. From this point, we enter the forest. The trail is now along the river. The last few minutes of the trek is over a cemented trail. We arrive in Taluka by afternoon. We board our vehicle and reach Sankri in about an hour or so. Check into the guest house. Celebrate the completion of the Har Ki Dun trek with you trek-mates.
Day 7: Depart from Sankri
Check out after breakfast and if you have opted for return transportation to Dehradun from us then board your vehicles for the drive back to Dehradun. We will reach Dehradun by late evening.


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