Har Ki Dun Trek

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Har Ki Dun Trek is one of the beautiful and popular trek in Southern slopes of the mighty Himalayas in Devbhoomi Uttarakhand . The Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India, contain the cradle-shaped hanging valley known as Har Ki Doon or Har Ki Dun. Green Bugyals (High Altitude Meadows) encircle the area. Alpine greenery and snow-capped peaks surround it.The Borasu Pass connects it to Baspa Valley. This valley is covered in snow from October to March and is located approximately 3566 m (11700 ft) abov mean sea level.

Mobile connectivity and ATMs

The last ATM location before Sankri (Basecamp) is in Purola. Sankri is the last location with a reliable mobile signal before beginning a trip.

Har Ki Dun

Har Ki Dun Trek Highlights

Enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the Swargarohini series of peaks as you hike up to 12,000 feet above sea level.

Experience the oldest trek path in the Himalayas and take in the breathtaking mountain scenery, ancient culture, woods, meadows, grasslands, rivers, and even an alpine lake.

Follow the same path that the Mahabharata’s Pandavas used to go to paradise.

Get the chance to tour 2,000-year-old communities and become enthralled by a small portion of local culture.

Enjoy the Himalayas’ mystifying and unique wildlife while hearing mind-blowing tales about Swargarohini Peak I, II, III, and IV – bears who left behind the legend of the ladder to heaven.

Har Ki Dun Trek Overview

About the trek

The Har ki Dun Trek is one of the most well-liked treks among many trekkers and environment lovers. It is nestled cozily on the hinges of the Gharwal Himalayas. Because of its cradle-shaped mountains, this thrilling trip is also known as a hanging valley.

Because the trails are completely covered in snow during the winter and the sun shines through the clouds, it is also referred to as the winter-wonderland. The peaceful views of deodar trees that surround the Har ki Dun trekking will undoubtedly enchant your spirit with the scent of pine.

There is no need to introduce the trip known as Har Ki Dun. These trails have long been traveled by hikers who want to see the stunning Swargarohini massif from Har Ki Dun.

But we wanted to take a tiny detour from the norm. We wanted to introduce trekkers to a part of the Har-Ki-Dun trip that they typically don’t witness. As a result, we decided to take a detour from the main trail that still has a journey’s goal of reaching the stunning Swargarohini peaks at its core while still boasting fantastic visual splendor on the new route.

Wanderers are always enchanted by these settlements. The wooden homes each have their own distinctive style. We don’t know the history of the society, gods, and rituals found in the temples. In the communities, the temples serve as the social hub and the center of activity. People in the village dress and accessorize traditionally. Time seems to have stopped, almost.

We can glimpse a way of life worth imitating by looking into their homes. Their lives radiate a feeling of harmony in which nature, animals, and people live in peaceful coexistence.

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Quick Itinerary

  • Day 1 – Arriving at base (start point) Sankri .
  • Day 2 – Drive from Sankri to Taluka , Trek from taluka to Ghanghar .
  • Day 3 – Trek from Ghanghar to Simatara .
  • Day 4 – Trek from Simatara camp site to Har Ki Dun valley and back to campsite .
  • Day 5 – Trek from Simatara to Ghanghar .
  • Day 6 – Trek from Ghanghar to Taluka , drive to Sankri .
  • Day 7 – Depart back to your respective cities .

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