Route Description: Sankri (1N) – Puani Garat (1N) – Kalkatidhar (2N) – Puani Garat (1N) – Sankri (1N)
Duration: 6 Nights & 7 Days
- Moderate Level Trek
- Start Point: Dehradun
- End Point: Dehradun
Fixed Departure Dates:
- April – 17, 23, 24, 30
- May – 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21
- June – 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26
- July – 3, 4, 11
- October – 1, 2, 8, 9, 15
Day 01: Arrive at Dehradhun | Start your journey towards Paradise of Himalayas
- Distance: 190 KM | Duration: 9 Hours | Altitude: 6.725 Feet (2,050 meters)
- We start the journey early from Dehradun and drive to Sankri.
- Purola is the last big settlement on the route with a large market. So, it is recommended that the trekkers can buy anything they might have missed out by Purola itself. It also is the last village where most of the mobile networks work.
Day 02: Sankri to Puani Garat | Witness the sprawling wild flora throughout the journey
- Distance: 10 KM drive. 10/12 KM trek | Duration: 1-hour drive. 5 to 6 hours trek | Altitude: 8.270 Feet (2.520 meters)
- Since, the journey is long. we start as early as we can in the morning.
- After breakfast we board an SUV and drive through a bumpy forest road and cross one or two streams on the way.
- We reach Taluka in about an hour which is a small village with a few shops and two Government guest houses.
Day 03: Puani Garat to Kalkatidhar | Explore unclimbed peaks and alpine meadows
- Distance: 10 KM trek | Duration: 5 to 6 hours trek | Altitude: 10,830 Feet (3.300 meters)
- Today we start the day by heading up towards Osla village, which is located on a sloping spur about a hundred meters above the river Supin.
- The initial trail to Osla is the steepest section along the entire trek and can take 30-40 mins to cover.
- The landscape surrounding Osla is full of terraced farms. Osla is the last village on the route to Har ki Dun.
Day 04: Har Ki Dun trek | Get the best views of the Swargarohini Peak
- Distance: 15 to 17 KM trek | Duration: 7 to 8 hours trek | Altitude: 12.530 Feet (3.820 mts)
- The days’ trek can be considered to be rather long as we today visit Har Ki Dun and Marinda Tal, a small lake formation due to the obstructing boulder across the river stream, which lies 2 KM further ahead of Har Ki Dun.
- As we start the trek, at a short distance a hidden and roaring waterfall is encountered with a small tea shop beside the waterfall.
Day 05: Kalkatidhar to Puani Garat | Get an insight to the Garhwali culture
- Distance: 10 KM trek | Duration: 4 to 5 hours trek | Altitude: 8.270 Feet (2.520 meters)
- After having a hearty breakfast, we start our journey back to Osla which is an easy walk.
- On the route we come across a good view of the trail all the way to Osla and see the valley descend towards Taluka, around the curve of the ridge where the two streams coming from Har Ki Dun and Ruinsara respectively, converge.
Day 06: Trek from Puani Garat to Sankri | Follow the Trail lead by Flock of Migratory Birds
- Distance: 10 KM trek, 10 KM drive | Duration: 6 hours | Altitude: 6.725 Feet (2.050 meters)
- Early in the morning. post breakfast we set out from this beautiful abode as we start trekking through the same trail we trekked along on Day I, towards Taluka.
- Although the views seem different as the perspective changes significantly trekking downhill.
- The walk takes lesser time than before and is enjoyable.
- We walk to the true left of the River Supin until we finally arrive at Taluka, from where a vehicle takes us back to Sankri.
- We retire for the day in camp alongside the river or in a guest house in Sankri.
Day 07: Sankri to Dehradun | End of Journey with Endless Memories
- Distance: 190 KM | Duration: 9 Hours | Journey Ends: Arrive in Dehradun between 5 and 7 PM
- Today, the trek to Har ki Dun concludes, as we leave Sankri post breakfast. The drive up to Mori through the unique lesser touched regions is still amazing. The stretch right after crossing Mori town is still the prettiest along the entire journey, albeit the new hydel project has put the fragile environs at increased risk in this area.
- After crossing the towns and finally Kempty-Mussoorie, we reach Dehradun by late afternoon or early evening.
Price Per Person
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- Accommodation – You will be staying in a Guesthouse/camps in Sankri and in camp on the remaining days of the trek (3 people/tent). Room/tent is separate for the male and female participants
- Meals – (Breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner). We provide simple, nutritious veg/Jain food on all days of the trek High-quality tents and sleeping bags in all the camps. Sleeping bags can withstand temperatures as low as -10 °C
- Safety equipment – First aid kit, oxygen cylinders, oximeter, etc. will be with guide/trek leader and at the campsite as well to deal with emergencies.
- Expert trek Leaders – All our trek leaders are at least qualified in basic/advanced mountaineering and first aid course.
- Expert Trek support team – The mountain staff on Har Ki Dun trekking consists of certified guides, cooks. helpers, and porters.
- Any Meals During Trek.
- Fees and permits for Non-Indian Residence are excluded.
- Porter/mule charges to carry your personal bag
- Anything not mentioned explicitly in the above program.
- Any expenses of personal nature.
- Cost Escalation due to “Force Majeure” and evacuation charges.
Our participation process is very simple. You may book online to reserve your seat or call us at 7827956056 between 09:00 AM to 09:00 PM on any working day. Alternatively, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for booking and assistance. You may deposit Rs.1,000 Per Person and Balance as per our Payment Policy.
We would love to host you, but in case you are unable to travel as planned and need to cancel your booking, do not worry. Our simple cancellation process makes sure you receive a quick confirmation and fast refunds.
- Cancellation made before 30 Days – 70% Refund on Package Amount
- Cancellation made within 30 to 15 Days – 50% Refund on Package Amount
- Cancellation made within 15 Days – No Refund on Package Amount
- Rescheduling dates within the same tour – 20% of package charges subject to availability
- The applicable refund amount will be credited to you within 30 days after the tour completion date.
What is the Har Ki Dun Trek?
The famed Har Ki Dun Trek leads to the valley of Har Ki Dun, a gorgeous location known for its unspoiled beauty, lush green forests, and snow-capped mountains. The walk takes place in the Garhwal area of Uttarakhand, India.
How long is the Har Ki Dun Trek?
The Har Ki Dun Trek is a 7-day trek covering a distance of approximately 47 kilometers.
What is the difficulty level of the Har Ki Dun Trek?
Considered a moderate-level trek, the Har Ki Dun Trek is appropriate for beginners with a reasonable level of fitness.
What is the best time to do the Har Ki Dun Trek?
The months of April through June and September through November are the greatest for the Har Ki Dun Trek because they offer the best weather and trekking conditions.
What is the maximum altitude reached during the Har Ki Dun Trek?
The maximum altitude reached during the Har Ki Dun Trek is 3,566 meters (11,700 feet).
What is the cost of the Har Ki Dun Trek?
The price of the Har Ki Dun Trek varies according on the time of year, the size of your group, and the trekking company you select. It can cost each person between INR 10,000 and INR 15,000, on average. With International Youth Club you can enjoy this trek at just Rs.8,500/- per person.
What is the accommodation like during the Har Ki Dun Trek?
Accommodation during the Har Ki Dun Trek is in tents, with basic facilities such as sleeping bags and mattresses provided. Some campsites may also have basic toilet facilities.
What is the food like during the Har Ki Dun Trek?
Indian and continental cuisine are frequently mixed into the vegetarian meals served on the Har Ki Dun Trek. The hiking team makes breakfast, lunch, and dinner from scratch each day.
What are some of the highlights of the Har Ki Dun Trek?
The Har Ki Dun Trek has several attractions, such as walking through charming villages, crossing rivers and streams, camping in beautiful places, and taking in the breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains.
Is it necessary to have a guide for the Har Ki Dun Trek?
Although a guide is not required for the Har Ki Dun Trek, it is strongly advised, especially if you are a novice trekker or are unfamiliar with the area. A guide can assure your safety throughout the walk, help you navigate the terrain, and offer insightful commentary on the local culture and history.
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