Har Ki Dun Trek

The Har Ki Dun Trek is a captivating journey that takes you deep into the heart of the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, India. Known for its breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, this trek offers a perfect blend of adventure and exploration.

The trail to Har Ki Dun winds through dense forests, charming villages, and scenic meadows adorned with colorful wildflowers. As you ascend, you will be treated to magnificent views of snow-capped peaks, gushing rivers, and cascading waterfalls.

One of the highlights of the Har Ki Dun Trek is reaching the Har Ki Dun Valley, a picturesque and secluded valley surrounded by towering mountains. The valley is known for its pristine beauty and is believed to be the mythical Swargarohini, the path to heaven.

Along the trek, you will have the opportunity to interact with the warm and welcoming locals, who will share their folklore and traditions. You can also witness their way of life, which has remained untouched by modernity.

The Har Ki Dun Trek is suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers, offering a moderate level of difficulty. It is best undertaken from April to June and September to November when the weather is pleasant, and the trails are accessible.

Whether you are seeking an adventurous experience, a close encounter with nature, or a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the Himalayas, the Har Ki Dun Trek promises an unforgettable journey filled with awe-inspiring landscapes and cherished memories.

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Arrival in Sankri

  • Arrive in Sankri, a scenic village in Uttarakhand.
  • Meet your trekking guide and fellow trekkers.
  • Acclimatize to the altitude and explore the village.
  • Overnight stay in a guesthouse.

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Sankri to Taluka

  • Begin the trek from Sankri to Taluka, a small hamlet.
  • Trek through dense forests, cross a few streams, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
  • Reach Taluka and set up camp.
  • Overnight camping in Taluka.
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Taluka to Osla

  • Trek from Taluka to Osla, a charming village.
  • Witness the traditional way of life and interact with the locals.
  • Enjoy the panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks.
  • Set up camp in Osla and spend the night under the starry sky.
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Osla to Har Ki Dun

  • Start the trek from Osla to Har Ki Dun.
  • Trek along the Supin River, cross wooden bridges, and pass through meadows.
  • Reach Har Ki Dun Valley, a mesmerizing destination surrounded by towering mountains.
  • Explore the valley, enjoy the breathtaking views, and capture memorable photographs.
  • Overnight camping in Har Ki Dun.
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Har Ki Dun to Osla

  • Trek from Har Ki Dun to Osla.
  • Descend through the scenic trail, enjoying the natural beauty around you.
  • Reach Osla and relax at the campsite.
  • Overnight camping in Osla.
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Osla to Sankri

  • Trek from Osla to Sankri, retracing your steps.
  • Take in the last glimpses of the stunning landscapes.
  • Reach Sankri and celebrate the successful completion of the trek.
  • Overnight stay in a guesthouse.
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Depart from Sankri

  • Depart from Sankri with beautiful memories of the Har Ki Dun Trek.

Note: Please note that the itinerary is subject to change based on weather conditions, group fitness level, and other factors. The trekking guide will provide updates and adjustments as needed to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

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Please check the Inclusions and Exclusions before booking the trip. If you have any questions feel free to communicate with us.

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  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • First Aid box
  • Trekking Equipments
  • Guide For Trekking
  • All Permits
  • Farewell dinner
  • Personal Expenses
Vani Singh

“Pristine Beauty”

Reviewed 02nd, June

I was rewarded with breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks and cascading waterfalls. The pristine beauty of the valley was simply mesmerizing.

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Vishal Kashyap


Reviewed 03rd, October

Camping in the Har Ki Dun Valley was a delightful experience.

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Har Ki Dun Trek is considered a moderate-level trek, suitable for beginners with basic fitness and trekking experience. However, it is recommended to have prior trekking experience and good physical fitness to enjoy the trek comfortably.

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The best time to undertake the Har Ki Dun Trek is from May to June and September to November. During these months, the weather is pleasant, and the trails are accessible. However, it is advisable to check the weather conditions and consult with local guides before planning the trek.

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The Har Ki Dun Trek is usually completed in 6-7 days, including arrival and departure from Sankri. The actual trekking duration is approximately 4-5 days, depending on the itinerary and the pace of the group.

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The Har Ki Dun Trek is considered a moderate-level trek. It involves walking on uneven terrain, ascending and descending trails, and crossing streams and rivers. It requires a good level of physical fitness, endurance, and acclimatization to high altitudes.

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While there are no strict age restrictions, it is recommended that participants be at least 12 years old to undertake the Har Ki Dun Trek. However, the trek requires a good level of physical fitness, so participants should assess their own abilities and consult with medical professionals if needed.

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The maximum altitude reached during the Har Ki Dun Trek is approximately 11,700 feet (3,566 meters) at the Har Ki Dun Valley. It is important to acclimatize properly and follow the instructions of the trekking guide to avoid altitude-related issues.

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During the trek, accommodation is usually in tents or guesthouses/campsites along the route. Tents are provided for overnight camping, while guesthouses or campsites offer basic facilities such as dormitory-style or shared rooms with common washrooms.

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It is highly recommended to hire a local trekking guide or join a reputable trekking company for the Har Ki Dun Trek. A guide not only ensures your safety but also provides valuable information about the route, weather conditions, and local culture.

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The Har Ki Dun Trek falls within the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, and a permit is required to enter the sanctuary. The necessary permits can be obtained in Sankri or arranged by the trekking company or guide.

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Some essential items to pack for the Har Ki Dun Trek include trekking boots, warm clothing, rain gear, sleeping bag, trekking poles, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, first aid kit, and personal toiletries. It is advisable to carry a backpack with necessary items and keep it lightweight.

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