Har Ki Dun Trek

7 Days

Har Ki Dun Trek is easily one of the most sought-after treks in the Garhwal region of the Indian Himalayas. Know more about Uttarakhand Trek.

Overview

Har Ki Dun is easily one of the most sought-after treks in the Garhwal region of the Indian Himalayas. This is a valley trek where you trek along the Supin River to Har Ki Dun Valley. The tour has a fascinating mythology to justify the name of the “Valley of Gods”. It has been said that Pandavas took the very same route to ascend to heaven via Swargarohini, the mountain that surrounds the Har-Ki-Dun valley. Also known as the “Doorway to Heaven”, this little valley is a trek away from the Sankri village and is located at an altitude of 3,566 m (11,600 ft) and remains carpeted with snow from October up until the end of March. The meadowed wonderland is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful treks in the Western Himalayas. The Valley is home to villages that are more than 3000 years old which makes this a gateway to a cultural extravaganza. The trail takes you to a world untouched by modern technology and will transport you back to simpler times.

Trip Highlights

  • This is a valley trek where you trek along the Supin River to Har Ki Dun Valley.
  • Also known as the "Doorway to Heaven", this little valley is a trek away from the Sankri village and is located at an altitude of 3,566 m (11,600 ft) and remains carpeted with snow from October up until the end of March.
  • It has been said that Pandavas took the very same route to ascend to heaven via Swargarohini, the mountain that surrounds the Har-Ki-Dun valley.

Itinerary

Drive Dehradun To Sankari 7 hr 4 min (200 km)

Includes/Excludes Cost

Includes Cost

  • All days of the expedition include lodging (from Sankari to Sankri). You will stay at a guesthouse in Sankari on some days and in tents on others (two per tent). All meals are provided, from dinner at Sankari on Day 1 through breakfast on Day 7. Meals are straightforward, healthy, and vegetarian.
  • All hike equipment, such as a sleeping bag, cooking and dining tent, utensils, mattress, tent, toilet tent, and crampons, will be provided (if needed).
  • First-aid medical equipment, an oxygen cylinder, and a stretcher are all available.
  • All required forest access fees and permissions.
  • Your walk will be conducted by educated, experienced professional guides and trek leaders with a strong guiding background, specific nature and trekking expertise, medical certificates, and an enthusiasm for leading people into spectacular terrain.

Excludes Cost

  • Personal expenses of any kind are prohibited. Anything else you want to know, adobe. The trek cost does not include meals purchased on the first and last days of the route.
  • Food is served from supper at the base camp on the first day to breakfast on the last Mules or porter fees to transport private luggage (offloading) Bag charges are Rs. 500 per day, per bag. It should be noted that the bag's weight should not exceed 11 kg. Any type of emergency evacuation fee.

Frequently Asked Questions

How difficult is Har Ki Dun Trek?

The Har ki Dun trek is simple to moderate in difficulty due to the pretty challenging terrain and hike grades. Furthermore, the extended hiking period of roughly 6 days adds to the difficulty level of the walk.

Where does Har Ki Dun Trek start?

The luxurious, nine-day Har-ki-Dun trip begins at Sankri, a little town in the Garhwal Himalayan Range. The trip continues to Taluka and the banks of the Rupin and Supin rivers, from where the views of the Indian Himalayas are breathtaking.

How many days of trek is Har ki Dun?

Har Ki Dun Trek’s elevation is 12,000 feet, and the Har-Ki Dun Trek route is 56 kilometers, which may be completed in 6 to 7 days.

Why is Har ki Dun famous?

Har-ki-Dun, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and alpine greenery, is without a doubt one of the most stunning hiking destinations in Uttarakhand, showcasing the state’s unparalleled natural beauty. Har ki Dun Valley provides breathtaking vistas of unspoiled valleys in the Garhwal Himalayas.

Which Trek is better Har ki Dun or Kedarkantha?

However, based on the information presented above, it is reasonable to infer that Har Ki Dun is a superior trek to the Kedarkantha winter journey.

Can we do the Har Ki Dun trek on our own?

The Har ki Dun trek is ideal for a solo excursion. Due to its tough routes, this journey is noted for providing solitary trekkers with hard conditions, adrenaline-fueled adventure, and some time alone.

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Har Ki Dun Trek
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