Har Ki Dun Trek

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    Har Ki Dun Trek

    Har Ki Dun, also known as the “Valley of Gods,” is a jewel located at an elevation of 3,645 metres in Uttarakhand’s Uttarkashi district. It is a trekkers’ paradise and simply exotic, with ample natural beauty to make you fall in love with it. It’s fun to do in both the summer and the winter. The path goes on to Swargarohini, passing through lush pine woods and large meadows that are a delight for everyone. In the winter, the Har Ki Dun trek is at its most beautiful, with a white blanket of snow covering all of the tracks, making it a mystical appearance. Read More

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    Dehradun to Sankri
    Dehradun is the starting point for the Har Ki Dun trek. The trekkers must arrive before 6:30 a.m. for a breathtaking trip to Sankri, the basecamp. The scenic drive takes you along adventurous Himalayan paths, where you can enjoy an amazing long drive and stop for lunch in the centre. Sankri is a bustling village in Uttarakashi's Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, located 220 kilometres from Dehradun. Arrive in the evening and check into a hotel that has been pre-booked. Now, in your spare time, go wandering in the enchanting village. Sankri market is a bustling but beautiful location with a few local-owned shops and a few restaurants.
    Day - 1
    Sankri to Cheludgad via Taluka
    You'll take a taxi to Taluka today, and the trek will begin from there. So, get up early, get in your booked car, and enjoy the ride down a scenic path that passes through a lush forest. Taluka is a village with a few apartments, hotels, and shops that provide basic necessities and lodging. The Har Ki Dun trek begins here, and the trail promises spectacular views of snow-capped giant peaks along your trip. Now is the time to get started! Pass through the jungle, cross a bridge, and be mesmerised by the Supin River views. Dhatmir village, on the right, comes into view after a continuous trek. Rest for a moment here, then carry on to a green, wide meadow. The path now passes through a lush woodland section with a diverse flora before switching to a mix of flat and steep climb. When you reach the muddy trail after crossing this segment of steep and graded climb, take caution because it can be slippery. The Supin Dam, which flows below, can now be seen once more. After that, you'll pass through a thick forest of pines and oaks before being met by amazing lush fields. To get to Cheludgad, what you have to do now is cross a bridge and climb a little higher. It's a lovely campsite with a heart-warming view of the Himalayas. Pitch your tents and spend your time in them.
    Day - 2
    Cheludgad to Bhoslo base of Har Ki Dun
    Get up early in the morning and prepare to travel to Bhoslo, which is at the foot of the Har Ki Dun valley. There are numerous trails that lead to the foundation, but pick the one that is the shortest. Although the climb is difficult, the path is relatively short. It goes through a lush, scenic woodland, with several falling trees added to the natural beauty. Since the area is rich in flora and fauna, visitors will be able to see a wide range of trees and Himalayan species. You'll be crossing the Supin River today, with a view of the Osla River on your left. On the way, there are many running streams, and walking along the riverbank is a joy. Further on, you'll have to cross several bridges, and when you ascend further, you'll see a cascading waterfall. Today's hike also includes passing lakes, and is made more enjoyable by the use of boulders. After a few hours of trekking, the climb becomes steeper, but the terrain ahead flattens out. A river will be visible on the left before you reach the Bhoslo campsite or the Har Ki Dun valley's base.
    Day - 3
    Exploration of Har Ki Dun valley
    Today is discovery day, so get up early to avoid being late. In the morning, don't miss the magical sight of River Son and Supin, as well as the sound of gushing water. Explore the divine "Valley of Gods" after breakfast. The alpine foliage, abundance of Himalayan flowers, and large meadows create a romantic scene, and the myths add to the adventure. A stunning meadow opens up ahead, offering the finest glimpse of the high Himalayan peaks. If you climb higher, you'll be able to see Swargarohini, Hata Peak, and the Jaundhar Glacier in all their glory. Today, visit the pristine Manida Lake and, if desired, get up next to the Jaundhar Glacier. The Har Ki Dun valley is 3 kilometres away from Manida Lake. It's nestled in a meadow brimming with wildflowers. After arriving, look for some unusual Himalayan flowers such as Brahma kamal, Laser, and Fan kamal, which are plentiful. Ses flower species can only be found in Himalayan areas. If you want to visit the Jaundhar glacier, be prepared for a 7-kilometer walk. The trail isn't easy; it includes crossing steep ridges and is largely shrouded with snow. When you reach the final mountain, you'll be able to see the Jaundhar glacier and other Himalayan peaks up close. Return to the Bhoslo camp after that because camping in the Har Ki Dun valley is prohibited.
    Day - 4
    Har Ki Dun to Cheludgad via Osla
    Today, bid farewell to the valley and prepare to visit Osla, a charming and special village. The path passes through various landscapes and offers spectacular views of Bali Pass and Black Mountain. Chelugad, which can be reached through Osla village, is the campsite for today. The pace of life in this village is sluggish, and the residents strictly adhere to their culture and customs. Someshwar Devta's temple is a charming example of ancient architecture. Spend more time here before moving on to Cheludgad. Pitch your tents there and chill for a while.
    Day - 5
    Cheludgad to Sankri via Taluka
    From Cheludgad to Taluka, the journey is downhill. Along the way, you'll be accompanied by a spectacular view of rising peaks. Continue on the same path through the woods. This is the last day of trekking, so keep an eye out for colourful birds chirping and Langoors swinging from tree to tree. Taluka village is reached after descending via the forest part. After that, get in the car and drive to Sankri. Freshen up, and if the enthusiasm continues, explore the village to learn more about it, especially the villagers' way of life.
    Day - 6
    Sankri to Dehradun
    Today is your last day, and you'll be returning to Dehradun. The distance is 220 kilometres, which can be reached in 10 hours by taxi. Prepare yourself early and wish Sankri farewell after breakfast. If one begins their journey early in the morning, they will arrive in Dehradun in the evening.
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    1. During the trek, there will be places to stay (camping)
    2. At Trek, all meals are vegetarian.
    3. At Camps, there is a fire (If Available)
    4. For the Trek, there are fees for trekking permits and forest campsites.
    5. Trekking supplies (Tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.)
    6. Expert trek leader (certified in basic/advanced mountaineering courses) services
    7. A skilled trek crew (guides, chefs, assistants, porters/mules) is available.
    8. Protective gear (first aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretcher, etc.)
    9. Trek Certificate of Completion
    1. GST (five percent) (Service Tax)
    2. Offloading fees for backpacks (Rs.250 per day/per bag)
    3. Food on the way to and from Pick and Drop
    4. Offloading fees for backpacks (Rs. 250/day/bag)
    5. Any and any personal costs
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    • Cancellation fees will apply as of the day we receive notification through mail, and they will be as follows:

      -Within the first 30 days: 90% of the total cost of the Land Package is refundable.

      -Between the ages of 21 and 30 days: 75 percent of the total cost of the land package is refundable.

      -Between 1120 and 1200 days: 50% of the total cost of the land package is refundable.

      -10 days or less: There will be no reimbursement.

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