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Har Ki Dun Trek

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Best season : April to June, September to November

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2 June - 8 June 2024

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9 June - 15 June 2024

15 June - 21 June 2024

16 June - 22 June 2024

Overview

Are you looking for a trek that takes you through dense forests, and picturesque meadows, and offers stunning views of snow-capped peaks? If yes, then Har Ki Dun Trek Uttarakhand is the one for you. Har Ki Dun, situated in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, is a magnificent valley that is often referred to as the ‘Valley of Gods.’ The trek to Har Ki Dun is a must-do for all adventure enthusiasts who are looking for an experience of a lifetime. The trek takes you through ancient villages, dense forests, and awe-inspiring 

Har Ki Dun trek is a 7-8 days trek that takes you to the Valley of Gods. The trek starts from Sankri, a small village located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. From there, you trek through Govind National Park, which is known for its rich flora and fauna. The trekking trail is surrounded by lush green forests, snow-capped mountains, and beautiful meadows. Before arriving at Har Ki Dun, you will pass through quite a few nearby villages, such as Taluka, Osla, and Seema. The trek offers a mix of easy to moderate difficulty levels, making it suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers.

For the nature lover, the Har Ki Dun Valley serves as a paradise. The valley is surrounded by dense forests of pine and deodar trees, alpine meadows, and snow-capped mountain peaks. The valley is home to a variety of various plants and animals, such as musk deer, snow leopards, Himalayan black bears, etc. The Jaundhar Glacier and the Morinda Tal are among the high-altitude glacial lakes found in Har ki Dun Valley. 

The trekking route to Har Ki Dun has been marked clearly making it easy to navigate for trekkers. The hike to Har ki Dun Valley begins from sankri a small village in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand and passes through various small villages present en route to the valley. 

Itinerary

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri

Your exciting journey to the beautiful Har Ki Dun trek begins on Day 1, as you depart from Dehradun and make your way to the picturesque village of Sankri. This day is all about getting acquainted with your trekking team and setting the stage for the adventure that lies ahead.

In the morning, you will meet up with your fellow trekkers and guides in Dehradun, a vibrant city nestled at the foothills of the Himalayas. Dehradun is well-connected to major cities, making it a convenient starting point for your trekking expedition. You can expect a warm welcome from your team, who will assist you throughout the journey.

The drive from Dehradun to Sankri will take you through the enchanting Tons Valley, a region renowned for its natural beauty and charming landscapes. The journey covers a distance of approximately 8-9 hours, offering you ample opportunities to take in the breathtaking vistas along the way. As you wind through the mountainous terrain, you will pass by famous attractions like Mussoorie, a popular hill station known for its colonial-era architecture and misty hills, and Kempty Falls, a cascading waterfall that is a treat to behold.

The road journey itself is an adventure, with twists and turns that reveal the stunning grandeur of the surrounding mountains. You will also pass through quaint small towns, giving you a glimpse of the local culture and way of life in the Himalayan region.

Upon reaching Sankri, situated at an elevation of 2000 meters (approximately 6,562 feet), you will be greeted by the tranquil charm of this quaint village. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and lush greenery, Sankri serves as the gateway to several exciting trekking routes, including the renowned Har Ki Dun trek.

In Sankri, you will have the option to stay in a cozy guesthouse or set up camp amidst nature's embrace. Rest assured, you'll have a comfortable and peaceful overnight stay, preparing you for the thrilling adventure that lies ahead.

Day 1 marks the beginning of an unforgettable journey through some of the most beautiful landscapes the Himalayas have to offer. Soak in the serenity of Sankri and the anticipation of what's to come as you embark on this remarkable trek to Har Ki Dun.

Day 2: Sankri to Seema via Taluka

On Day 2 of the Har Ki Dun trek, you will venture deeper into the scenic landscapes of the Uttarkashi district, as you make your way from Sankri to the charming village of Seema via Taluka. This leg of the journey promises a delightful blend of picturesque vistas and the joy of trekking through verdant forests.

After enjoying a hearty breakfast in Sankri, you will set off on a short drive to the small hamlet of Taluka, nestled at an altitude of 1900 meters (approximately 6,234 feet). The drive takes about an hour and introduces you to the rustic beauty of the region.

Upon reaching Taluka, you will begin your trek to Seema, which lies at an elevation of 2560 meters (approximately 8,399 feet). The trek from Taluka to Seema is an enchanting experience that spans around 5 to 6 hours, depending on your pace and the natural beauty that surrounds you.

As you make your way through the trail, you will find yourself immersed in a mix of dense forests, where chestnut, walnut, and willow trees provide shade and a sense of tranquility. The sights and sounds of the forest will be a treat to your senses, with birds chirping and the gentle murmur of the river Supin accompanying you along the way.

The Supin River, with its crystal-clear waters, will accompany you on your journey, adding to the enchantment of the trek. The gushing river and the lush greenery form a harmonious backdrop, making every step a memorable one.

As you trek through this pristine wilderness, you will also encounter the warm hospitality of the locals residing in the quaint villages that you pass by. The interaction with the locals and glimpses of their traditional lifestyle offer valuable insights into the culture of the region.

Upon reaching Seema, you will be greeted by the breathtaking vistas of the surrounding mountains and the promise of further adventures that lie ahead. Seema serves as a tranquil base camp for trekkers, where you can relax and unwind after a day filled with natural wonders.

In Seema, you have the option to stay in a cozy guesthouse or camp under the starlit sky, embracing the true essence of nature. This will be your abode for the night, as you prepare to continue your journey deeper into the captivating world of Har Ki Dun.

Day 2 offers a perfect balance of serene landscapes, trekking thrills, and cultural encounters, setting the stage for the excitement that awaits you in the days to come.

Day 3: Seema to Kalkati Dhar

As Day 3 dawns on your Har Ki Dun adventure, you will bid farewell to the serene village of Seema and embark on an enthralling trek to the picturesque destination of Kalkati Dhar. This leg of the journey promises around 6 to 7 hours of trekking, offering breathtaking views of the valley and the majestic peaks that surround you.

Leaving Seema behind, the trail gradually ascends, leading you through enchanting meadows and dense forests that are adorned with a variety of flora. The route unfolds before you, and with every step, you'll find yourself immersed in the raw beauty of the Himalayas.

As you ascend higher, the panoramic views of the valley below and the towering peaks in the distance become even more awe-inspiring. The splendor of the landscape leaves you in awe, making every moment of the trek an unforgettable experience.

During your journey to Kalkati Dhar, you will have ample opportunities to take in the beauty of nature around you. The tranquility of the surroundings and the crisp mountain air create a sense of harmony that rejuvenates your spirit.

The trek to Kalkati Dhar is both a physical and a visual treat, rewarding your efforts with the untouched allure of the Himalayan wilderness. The journey presents opportunities to capture photographs of the breathtaking scenery, preserving memories that will last a lifetime.

As the sun begins to set, you will reach the mesmerizing destination of Kalkati Dhar. At an elevation of approximately 6,562 feet, Kalkati Dhar offers captivating views of the surrounding landscape, and the play of colors during sunset creates a magical ambiance.

Kalkati Dhar serves as a perfect resting place for trekkers, providing a tranquil environment for you to relax and recharge after an adventurous day. You have the option to stay in a comfortable guesthouse or experience the thrill of camping amidst nature's splendor.

As night falls and the stars light up the sky, the peacefulness of Kalkati Dhar envelops you, making this a night to remember. The tranquil silence and the embrace of the mountains make for a restful sleep, preparing you for the excitement that awaits on the rest of your Har Ki Dun journey.

Day 3 is all about connecting with nature and relishing the splendid views that the Himalayas have to offer. The beauty of Kalkati Dhar and the surrounding landscape will leave an indelible mark on your heart, fueling your spirit for the adventures that lie ahead.

Day 4: Kalkati Dhar to Har Ki Dun to Maninda Lake and back to Kalkati Dhar

Day 4 of the Har Ki Dun trek is a day of exploration and adventure, as you venture from Kalkati Dhar to the iconic Har Ki Dun valley and beyond to the enchanting Maninda Lake. This day promises a perfect blend of natural beauty, stunning landscapes, and a rewarding trekking experience.

Setting out from Kalkati Dhar, your trek to Har Ki Dun commences with a sense of excitement and anticipation. The trail leads you through mesmerizing landscapes, with each step offering picturesque views of the surrounding mountains and the valley below. The journey from Kalkati Dhar to Har Ki Dun takes approximately 4 to 5 hours, with a moderate level of trekking involved.

As you arrive at Har Ki Dun, you will be captivated by the sheer magnificence of the valley. Nestled at an altitude of 3566 meters (approximately 11,699 feet), Har Ki Dun is known for its surreal beauty, making it a favorite destination for nature lovers and trekkers alike.

The valley, adorned with lush green meadows and framed by towering peaks, presents a postcard-perfect panorama. This is a place where you can truly feel one with nature, surrounded by the grandeur of the Himalayas.

From Har Ki Dun, your journey continues to the serene Maninda Lake. This glacial lake, nestled amidst the mountains, adds an extra layer of allure to your trek. The turquoise waters of Maninda Lake reflect the surrounding peaks, creating a picture-perfect scene that will remain etched in your memory forever.

At Maninda Lake, take a moment to soak in the tranquility and beauty of this pristine location. Spend some time by the lakeside, immersing yourself in the serenity of the surroundings. The peace and quiet of this place provide an opportunity for introspection and a deeper connection with nature.

Having relished the beauty of Har Ki Dun and Maninda Lake, it is time to retrace your steps back to Kalkati Dhar. As you trek back, the memories of the day's adventures will accompany you, making the return journey equally enjoyable.

Upon reaching Kalkati Dhar once again, you can unwind and relax in the company of the majestic mountains. The night at Kalkati Dhar offers a sense of peace and contentment, with the stars overhead serving as a reminder of the vastness and wonder of the universe.

Day 4 is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the Har Ki Dun trek, as it presents you with a diverse range of experiences, from the breathtaking Har Ki Dun valley to the serene beauty of Maninda Lake. The day's trekking endeavors will leave you with cherished memories, making this journey through the Himalayas an unforgettable one.

Day 5: Kalkati Dhar to Seema

As you wake up to a new day amidst the splendor of Kalkati Dhar, Day 5 of the Har Ki Dun trek beckons you to embark on a memorable journey back to the charming village of Seema. This leg of the trek promises around 5 to 6 hours of descending through scenic landscapes and tranquil trails.

Leaving the serene surroundings of Kalkati Dhar behind, you will begin your trek back towards Seema. As you descend, you'll be treated to mesmerizing views of the region that you might have missed during the ascent. The mountains and valleys unfold before you like a painting, each stroke of nature's brush enhancing the beauty of the landscape.

The descent allows you to savor the scenic beauty at a relaxed pace, providing ample opportunities to take in the sights and sounds of the Himalayan wilderness. The trail takes you through diverse terrains, from lush green meadows to dense forests, creating a delightful journey with every step you take.

The trek back to Seema is not just a physical journey but a reflection of the experiences you've had so far on the trek. It is a time to cherish the memories of Har Ki Dun, Maninda Lake, and the numerous breathtaking vistas that have left an indelible mark on your heart.

As you approach Seema, the familiar surroundings welcome you with open arms. The village's warm hospitality and serene ambiance make it a perfect place to unwind and reflect on your incredible journey through the Himalayas.

Seema offers you the chance to reconnect with fellow trekkers and share stories of the adventures you've had on the trail. The camaraderie built during the trek adds a special touch to the experience, creating bonds that will last a lifetime.

In Seema, you can choose to stay in a cozy guesthouse or set up camp under the starlit sky, allowing you to immerse yourself in the tranquil surroundings once more. The night in Seema offers a sense of contentment and satisfaction, as you recall the challenges you've overcome and the beauty you've witnessed during the trek.

Day 5 is a day of reflection and appreciation for the wonders of nature. The descent back to Seema allows you to relish the journey you've undertaken and the breathtaking landscapes you've traversed. As you rest for the night, you can relive the adventures of the past days and eagerly anticipate the final stages of your Har Ki Dun trek.

Day 6: Seema to Sankri via Taluka

On Day 6 of your Har Ki Dun trek, you will bid farewell to the serene village of Seema and begin your journey back to Sankri. This leg of the trek offers a combination of trekking and a scenic drive, giving you one last opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Himalayas.

After a rejuvenating night's rest in Seema, you'll set out on the trek towards Taluka. The trek from Seema to Taluka takes approximately 4 to 5 hours, presenting you with familiar yet captivating landscapes that you've come to appreciate on your trekking expedition.

As you tread the well-trodden path back to Taluka, you may find yourself reminiscing about the adventures you've had during the past days. The journey offers a chance to savor the sights and sounds of the wilderness one last time before bidding adieu to the Har Ki Dun valley.

Upon reaching Taluka, you'll have a chance to relax and enjoy a brief moment of tranquility. The village's charm and simplicity offer a perfect setting to reflect on the incredible experiences you've had during your trek.

From Taluka, a scenic drive of about an hour awaits you, taking you back to Sankri. The drive will be a chance to absorb the breathtaking vistas one final time and to bid farewell to the majestic mountains that have been your constant companions throughout the journey.

As you return to Sankri, the village's warm and welcoming ambiance will make you feel at home once more. You can relish the comfort of a guesthouse or choose to camp amidst the natural beauty one last time.

The evening in Sankri is a time to celebrate the successful completion of your Har Ki Dun trek. You can exchange stories and laughter with your fellow trekkers, reminiscing about the adventures that have left an indelible mark on your heart.

Day 6 marks the conclusion of your trekking expedition through the mesmerizing landscapes of Har Ki Dun. The journey back to Sankri offers a chance to reflect on the achievements and memories you've gathered along the way. As you rest for the night, the sense of accomplishment and the wonders of nature will continue to linger in your thoughts, making this a truly unforgettable experience.

Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun - The Final Journey

On the last day of your Har Ki Dun trek, it's time to bid adieu to the picturesque village of Sankri and embark on the journey back to Dehradun. This day marks the conclusion of your adventure through the Himalayas and the end of an unforgettable trekking experience.

As the sun rises over Sankri, you'll have a sense of fulfillment and nostalgia, reflecting on the wonderful memories and experiences you've gathered during the past days. The journey back to Dehradun promises to be a mix of emotions, as you leave behind the majestic mountains and the tranquility of the wilderness.

The drive from Sankri to Dehradun spans approximately 8 to 9 hours, taking you through the scenic Tons Valley once again. As the road winds through the Himalayan terrain, you'll have one last chance to soak in the breathtaking vistas and relive the enchanting moments of your trek.

The drive is an opportunity to contemplate the journey you've undertaken, the challenges you've overcome, and the sense of camaraderie you've built with your fellow trekkers. The memories of Har Ki Dun, with its lush green meadows, glistening lakes, and snow-capped peaks, will stay with you forever, etched in your heart as a cherished treasure.

As you approach Dehradun, you may find yourself contemplating the transformative nature of the trekking experience. The mountains have a unique way of inspiring and empowering us, leaving a lasting impact on our perspectives and appreciation for nature's wonders.

As the journey concludes in Dehradun, you'll bid farewell to your trekking team and fellow adventurers, with a sense of gratitude for the shared experiences and the support that has made this journey truly remarkable.

Your Har Ki Dun trek may be coming to an end, but the memories and lessons learned will endure, igniting a desire for further exploration and a deeper connection with nature. The experience will leave you with a sense of accomplishment and a renewed appreciation for the splendor of the Himalayas.

As you return home, the beauty of Har Ki Dun will continue to reside in your heart, beckoning you to return to the mountains, for there is always another adventure waiting to unfold amidst the pristine wilderness.

Day 7 marks the end of one journey and the beginning of many more, as the Himalayas' allure and the joy of trekking will forever beckon you to return to the mountains, seeking new heights and unforgettable experiences.

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Things to Carry

If you are planning to go on the Har ki Dun trek, here are some essential items that you should carry with you:

  • Backpack: A sturdy backpack with a capacity of at least 40-50 litres to carry all your essentials.
  • Trekking Shoes: Good quality trekking shoes with a good grip and ankle support.
  • Warm Clothes: It is essential to carry warm clothes as the temperatures can drop significantly at night. Carry thermals, fleece jackets, down jackets, gloves, and woollen socks.
  • Rain Gear: Carry a raincoat or poncho to protect yourself from rain and wind.
  • Sun Protection: Carry sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, and a hat to protect yourself from the harsh sun.
  • Headlamp or Torch: A headlamp or torch with extra batteries is necessary as there will be no electricity on the trek.
  • Water Bottles: Carry at least two water bottles with a capacity of 1 litre each to stay hydrated throughout the trek.
  • First Aid Kit: Carry a basic first aid kit with medicines for headaches, stomach upsets, and other common ailments.
  • Trekking Poles: Trekking poles provide stability and support and reduce the strain on your knees while descending.
  • Miscellaneous: Carry a camera, power bank, and pocket knife for emergencies. 

Make sure to pack light and carry only the essentials to avoid unnecessary weight on the trek.

How to Reach

By Air: The nearest airport to Har Ki Dun is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is around 215 km away. From there, you can take a taxi or a bus to reach Sankri, which is the starting point of the trek.

By Train: The nearest railway station to Har Ki Dun is the Dehradun railway station (Approx 200 KM), which is well-connected to major cities in India. From there, you can take a taxi or a bus to reach Sankri, which is the starting point of the trek.

By Road: Har Ki Dun is well-connected to major cities in Uttarakhand by road. You can take a bus or a taxi from Dehradun or Rishikesh to reach Sankri, which is the starting point of the trek.

Safety & Security

Here are some safety tips that you should keep in mind while going on the Har Ki Dun trek:

  • Hire a certified guide/Travel company: Always hire a certified guide who has experience in trekking in the area. They can ensure your safety and provide useful information.
  • Check weather conditions: Check weather conditions before starting the trek and avoid trekking during bad weather.
  • Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water and carry a reusable water bottle with you. Dehydration can cause altitude sickness, which can be dangerous.
  • Acclimatize properly: It is essential to acclimatize properly before continuing the trek. Take breaks and rest when required to avoid altitude sickness.
  • Carry essential gear: Carry all essential gear, including warm clothes, trekking shoes, trekking poles, and a first-aid kit.

 

  • Follow trail markers: Always follow the trail markers and avoid shortcuts. Straying off the trail can be dangerous.
  • Respect wildlife: Do not disturb or harm any wildlife you may come across during the trek.
  • Carry enough cash: Carry enough cash to cover expenses during the trek. ATMs are not available on the trail.
  • Stay in a group: Always trek in a group and avoid trekking alone. It is safer and more enjoyable.
  • Inform your loved ones: Inform your loved ones about your trekking plans and itinerary. In case of an emergency, they can contact the authorities.

Remember, safety should always be your top priority while trekking. Enjoy the trek, but take necessary precautions to avoid any accidents or mishaps.

Cancellation Policy

We understand that planning an outdoor trip brings a lot of excitement and joy. However, we also know that cancellations can be disappointing. While Hello Hikers rarely cancels treks due to our efficient ground operations, cancellations can happen due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather conditions, government regulations, or any other factors beyond our control. In such cases, the following cancellation policy will be applicable.

To ensure a hassle-free experience, we recommend making your booking at least two months in advance. If you do need to cancel your trek, please inform us in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive written advice.

Our cancellation policy is as follows:

We have designed a cancellation policy that is fair, feasible, and convenient for all our customers. The procedure is as follows:

  • If you cancel your trek 21 or more days before the start date, we will deduct 10% towards GST and transaction charges and refund 90% as a trek voucher valid for 1 year.
  • If you cancel your trek 15-20 days before the start date, we will deduct 30% towards GST, transaction, accommodation at base, ration, etc., and refund 70% as a trek voucher valid for 1 year.
  • If you cancel your trek 7-14 days before the start date, we will deduct 50% towards GST, transaction, accommodation at the base, ration, trek leaders, permits, equipment, etc., and refund 50% as a trek voucher that is valid for 1 year.
  • If you cancel your trek 1-6 days before the start date, we will deduct 100% as all arrangements have been made, and we are ready to take you on the trek.

We also have some terms and conditions for the trek voucher:

  • The voucher will be valid for 12 months from the date of issuance.
  • The voucher can be used for any trek with Hello Hikers.

Thank you for choosing Hello Hikers, and we hope to see you on our treks soon!

FAQS

How difficult is the Har Ki Dun trek?

Har Ki Dun trek is considered a moderate-difficult trek in the Indian Himalayas. The trail is well-defined and mostly consists of gentle ascents and descents, making it suitable for beginners with some prior trekking experience.

However, the trek does involve walking for several hours each day, and the altitude gain can be challenging for some. It is essential to maintain a steady pace and stay hydrated throughout the trek to avoid altitude sickness.

Additionally, the weather conditions in the region can be unpredictable, with the possibility of heavy snowfall or rain, so it is crucial to be prepared with appropriate gear and clothing.

What is the best time to go on the Har Ki Dun trek?

The best time to do the Har Ki Dun trek is between April and June, and then again between September and November.

During these months, the weather is generally clear and the temperature is moderate, making it ideal for trekking. The skies are usually clear, offering stunning views of the mountains and surrounding landscapes.

In the summer months of April to June, the weather is pleasant, and the meadows are in full bloom, making the trek a picturesque experience. However, it can get crowded during this time.

In the post-monsoon season of September to November, the weather is dry and the skies are clear, providing excellent visibility of the snow-capped peaks. The temperature is cool but comfortable during the day, and it can get quite cold at night.

The winter months from December to March are not suitable for trekking, as the region receives heavy snowfall and the temperature drops to sub-zero levels. The trail is also inaccessible during this time.

How far is har ki dun trek from dehradun?

The distance between Dehradun and the base camp for the Har Ki Dun trek Uttarakhand, Sankri, is around 220 kilometres. The journey takes around 8-9 hours by road.

One can reach Sankri by taking a bus or taxi from Dehradun. The route passes through beautiful towns and villages, offering stunning views of the Himalayas.

Har ki dun trek distance

The total distance of the Har Ki Dun trek is around 44 kilometres.

The trek starts from Sankri village and passes through various beautiful locations such as Taluka, Osla, Kalkattiyadhar, and Har Ki Dun Valley. The trek follows a gradual ascent through the dense forest cover, passing by streams and meadows, and finally reaching the Har Ki Dun valley.

The distance from Sankri to Taluka is around 12 kilometres, and from Taluka to Osla, it is around 13 kilometres. The distance from Osla to Har Ki Dun Valley is around 9 kilometres.

Har ki dun trek in december

The Har Ki Dun trek in December is not recommended as it is not a suitable time for trekking in this region.

During this time, the region experiences heavy snowfall and the temperature drops to sub-zero levels. The trail becomes inaccessible due to the snow and ice, making it unsafe for trekking.

The winter season in the Har Ki Dun region lasts from November to March, and it is not recommended to attempt the trek during this time. The region receives heavy snowfall, and the temperature can drop to as low as -10 to -15 degrees Celsius.

It is best to plan the trek during the recommended seasons of April to June and September to November when the weather is favourable for trekking and the trail is accessible. It is also essential to check the weather conditions and get proper gear and equipment before embarking on the trek.

What is the duration of the Har Ki Dun trek?

The duration of the Har Ki Dun trek can vary depending on the itinerary and pace of the trekker. Typically, the trek takes around 6 to 8 days to complete.

The trek starts from Sankri village and covers a distance of around 44 kilometers. The trek passes through beautiful locations such as Taluka, Osla, Kalkattiyadhar, and Har Ki Dun Valley.

The trail follows a gradual ascent through the dense forest cover, passing by streams and meadows, and finally reaching the Har Ki Dun valley. After spending a day exploring the valley, the trekker usually returns to Sankri via the same route.

What is the maximum altitude reached during the Har Ki Dun trek?

The maximum altitude reached during the Har Ki Dun trek is approximately 11,700 feet or 3,566 meters at the Har Ki Dun Valley.

The trek starts from the base camp in Sankri village, which is located at an altitude of around 6,400 feet or 1,950 meters. From there, the trail gradually ascends through the dense forest cover, passing by streams and meadows.

The highest point of the trek is reached at the Har Ki Dun Valley, which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. After spending a day exploring the valley, the trekker usually returns to Sankri via the same route.

What are the must-see attractions on the Har Ki Dun trek?

The Har Ki Dun trek offers several must-see attractions that trekkers can enjoy during the trek. Some of them are:

Sankri Village: The starting point of the trek, Sankri is a picturesque village that offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Taluka Village: A small hamlet located on the banks of the Supin River, Taluka offers scenic views of the valley and the surrounding mountains.

Osla Village: A quaint village located on the trek route, Osla is known for its traditional wooden houses, ancient temple, and warm hospitality of the locals.

Kalkattiyadhar: A picturesque meadow that offers breathtaking views of the Swargarohini and Bandarpunch mountain ranges.

Har Ki Dun Valley: The final destination of the trek, Har Ki Dun Valley is a beautiful alpine valley that offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers.

Jaundhar Glacier: A spectacular glacier located near the Har Ki Dun Valley, it is a must-visit attraction for adventure enthusiasts.

Ruinsara Tal: A high-altitude lake located near the Har Ki Dun Valley, Ruinsara Tal offers stunning views of the snow-capped mountains and the valley below.

These attractions offer a glimpse into the natural beauty and cultural richness of the region and make the Har Ki Dun trek a memorable experience for trekkers.

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