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Har Ki Doon- Hanging Valley In Garhwal Himalayas.

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Har Ki Dun Valley Har Ki Doon Valley is a cradle shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas. It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation. It is connected to Baspa Valley by the Borasu (Bara-su) Pass. This valley is above mean sea level and is snow-covered during December to March. The valley is 27 km from Taluka. The trek to the valley starts from Taluka village and passes through more villages like Gangaad, Osala, and Seema. There is a shop and a small restaurant at Taluka, where trekkers can buy eatables like biscuits and wafers etc.

Short Itinerary

Day 1-Dehradun to Sankri Village (Base Camp) - 210 km | 6400 Ft

Day 2-Sankri Base Camp to Puani Garaat via Taluka Village - 12 km | 8300 Ft

Day 3-Puani Garaat to Kalkatiyadhaar - 7 km | 9000 Ft

Day 4-Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-Ki-Doon - 5 km | 11700 Ft

Day 5-Rest Day in Har-Ki-Doon - 11700 Ft

Day 6-Har-Ki-Doon to Puani Garaat - 14 km | 8300 Ft

Day 7-Puani Garaat to Sankri Base Camp via Taluka - 12 | 6400 km

Day 8-Sankri Base Camp to Dehradun - 210 km

Detail Itinerary

This 5-day London stopover, where you can choose your level of accomodation, is geared towards families, with plenty of sights to please small and big kids alike.

Day 1

Dehradun to Sankri Village (Base Camp) - 210 km | 6400 Ft

Assemble at the Dehradun Railway station by 6.30 AM.Our journey begins as soon as we hit the road from Dehradhun. A long, yet enjoyable drive, whereby, we proceed to Kempty Falls, near Mussoorie, to enjoy a hearty breakfast. Before we reach Sankri, the last 22kms passes through the Govind National Park where one may be lucky enough to spot some wildlife.

Duration:3 hours

Day 2

Sankri Base Camp to Puani Garaat via Taluka Village - 12 km | 8300 Ft

After an early breakfast, a thrilling drive awaits you that will take us to the village of Taluka from where we begin our trek. Relish a lovely meal & recoup before we continue towards Paurani Goraat. Once you reach the campsite, not only will you sigh in relief, but also in admiration at nature's beauty that engulfs you.

Duration: 3 hours

Day 3

Puani Garaat to Kalkatiyadhaar - 7 km | 9000 Ft

Wake up to sensational views & gorge on a nutritious breakfast while listening to the birds chirping at the crack of dawn. Levelled as well as steep trails greet you today. We pass through the cheerful village of Osla. You may use this opportunity to explore your immediate surroundings, where you could discover interesting sights & sounds near Kalkatiyadhar.

Duration: 3 hours

Day 4

Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-Ki-Doon - 5 km | 11700 Ft

Pearly snow dots the landscape in the otherwise grassy terrain, or during the winter months, you will find a solid mantle of snow. The distance to Har ki Dun may seem shorter but the trail is mostly a steep acclivity. This ethereal vale has a beautiful stream flowing through it & one feels as if they have entered 'swarg' or heaven, with the imposing Swargarohini peak in the background.

Duration: 3 hours

Day 5

Rest Day in Har-Ki-Doon - 11700 Ft

A new dawn of discoveries awaits you today. Many tempting options lie before you. If you are here in the winters, then why not floric in the snow & explore the flora of the surrounding area? Enclosed in shimmering snow, the Swargarohini gazes unruffled at all duirnal occurrences. Whichever way in which you decide to spend your day, rest assured it will be one of the most fruitful days ever spent in your life, & that's not even an exaggeration!

Duration: 3 hours

Day 6

Har-Ki-Doon to Puani Garaat - 14 km | 8300 Ft

"Focus on how far you have come, not how far you have to go” This famous quote sums up the last stages of our journey. Cast your eyes around you to draw inspiration from the opulent panoramas as we have a lengthy trek before us. Once at the campsite, gorge on lip-smacking refreshments. View the last rays of the setting sun orchestrating a dazzling array of gold, orange, fire, salmon, & pink hues across the sky.

Duration: 3 hours

Day 7

Puani Garaat to Sankri Base Camp via Taluka - 12 | 6400 km

The 12km trek may seem daunting at first but is a thoroughly gratifying adventure because for most part of the way, we venture through the terrain which is declivitous in nature. This would be a good time for some last minute bird-watching, since it wil be your last day in this wonderfully obscure region of western Uttarakhand.

Duration: 3 hours

Day 8

Sankri Base Camp to Dehradun - 210 km

As we prepare to leave this wonderfully tranquil and divine region, we pack our bags with a heavy heart & say our final goodbyes over a healthy breakfast. Proceed to check out of the hotel by 8am, where your transport, a Tata Sumo, or similar, awaits you. As we travel back to Dehradhun, treasure the unending vistas that lie all around you, while taking last minute photos. The journey of roughly 10 hours will keep you occupied with countless memories to take back and share with your loved ones.

Duration: 3 hours

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Price Includes

  • Certified Trek Leaders
  • High-quality trekking gears (Tents, Sleeping Bags, Gaiters, Crampons, Liners, Cutlery).
  • Experienced Staff (Guides, Cooking Staff, Helpers, Porters).
  • Delicious, Hygienic & Nutritious Meals on scheduled time (Morning Tea, Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks & Dinner)
  • Adventure gears for team (Ice axe, walkie talkies, oximeter).
  • Fully equipped medial kit, oxygen and safety equipment.
  • All forest permits and camping charges.

Price Excludes

  • Food items purchased by individuals at local canteens on the trek or during the drive. Any early return travel costs or accommodation except for the days as per the itinerary. Any expenses for medical treatment of injury or accident before, during or after the trek.

Terms & Conditions

Prices are "from", per person, based on 2 adults and 2 children (under the age of 12) sharing, and include all taxes. Day touring as per the itinerary.

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4.3 Excellent
  1. This was my 2nd experience with them. It was educational, benefitial, reflective, fun, interesting, friendly, disciplined .. Considering the fact that it was in the remote hills, yet The Mountain Trekker provided such splendid facilities, I'll add luxurious.

  2. Sumit was awesome, awesome being an understatement. He not only was informative regarding the trees, environment, birds, mountains, trails, Gaia, local language, rock climbing

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