Har Ki Dun Trek

A beautiful experience in the himalayan mountains

10,999 INR / Person

7 Days / 6 Nights


Har Ki Dun, at an elevation of 12,000 feet, is one of the most captivating valleys in the Garhwal Himalayas. "The Valley of Gods," as it is also known, is another name for it. The valley is surrounded by gorgeous alpine greenery and is abundant in Flora and Fauna. This valley is the major source of the Yamuna River and is connected to Baspa Valley by Borasu Pass. This trip attracts visitors from all over the world who want to see breathtaking vistas, enticing beauty, a peaceful setting, and seductive flora.


From Dehradun, we'll go to Sankri via Mussoorie. We'll stop for lunch on the way. This is a wonderful trip that begins with the Yamuna River and ends with the picturesque Tons River. Today's excursion includes some really stunning pine woodland sections. We'll check into the lovely Campsite when we get in Sankri. We'll take a nighttime stroll in Sankri to re-energize our muscles for the next trip. Sankri will be your home for the night.

We start the day with a brief, gorgeous, and exciting journey to Taluka, the beginning site of our walk. The journey today takes you through a beautiful mixed woodland and along the Supin River. The grade is mostly gentle, with a few steep sections tossed in for good measure. This location has a long and distinct culture that has thankfully been maintained. You'll get an up-close and personal look at it today. The grade is gentle for the most part, with a few steep sections tossed in for good measure. You'll spend the night at Puwani Garaat.

A trip to Osala Village is the first order of the day. To do so, we'd just cross the Supin River bridge and stroll till we reached Osala. It's a little hamlet at 8.5K feet above sea level. We'll pause here for a moment before going on. Because it is rather level, the trek from here is enjoyable. It may be a little steep for a while, but the beautiful view that greets you more than compensates. We'll cross two lakes in a 30-minute trek. A wooden bridge connects the first and second. After crossing the bridge and travelling around the mountain curve, we'll come face to face with a succession of meadows. From here, we'll embark on a 90-minute journey through mountain bends, farmed plains, and large fields of stones and knolls. A temporary wooden bridge is located ahead, with the Supin valley visible above it. The rise will become progressively harder from here, despite the wonderful surroundings. Our next stop will be at Kalkatiyadhaar, at an elevation of 8,956 feet. You'll spend the night at Kalkatiyadhaar.

Today, as compared to other days, you will start early. Prepare to be stunned once more, as mesmerising as the vistas have been up to this point. In the glacier basin, the route will lead to moraines and alpine meadows. Tall pine trees will greet you at every step you take. The track is a mix of steep and moderate ascents until you reach the Har Ki Dun valley. As you ascend higher, you'll find snow patches and ice waterfalls. These locations are covered in snow throughout the winter. In a single glance, a valley is a lovely area that emits enormous beauty. Swargarohini, Hata Mountain, Black Peak, and other large peaks provide stunning vistas. You will also return to Kalkatiyadhaar the same day and spend the night there.

From now on, the expedition will only be a return trip. Today, we'll retrace our travels back to Puwani Garaat through Oslo village. Here's another chance to enjoy the joyous moments of the locals. Say your farewell to them as well as the beautiful scenery that surrounds you. Continue in the same path as previously to reach the Puwani Garaat campground. Take advantage of the mountains' final few hours of nightlife.

A 5-hour hike to Taluka begins this morning, ascending the usual path and pausing at familiar rest stations. The automobile is parked at the end of the dirt road, waiting to be driven back to base camp. Keep an eye out for the falling strategy. While descending down is less tiring, putting too much pressure on your soles with huge stairs is not a good idea. Sankri will arrive for tea at the allotted hour.

Today is the final day of your journey. You will bid farewell to your new friends, our staff, and wonderful memories on this day. From Sankri to Dehradun, we will organise transportation for you.



Cancellation Policy

If a trip is cancelled at the last minute due to a natural catastrophe or unforeseen circumstances (such as floods, earthquakes, landslides, assault, or bandh), Osla Outdoors will issue a trek voucher for the entire amount. Over the next year, the coupon can be used for the same or a different adventure.

If you decide to cancel the journey, please keep the following in mind:

  1. If you cancel within 30 days of the trek's start date, you will receive a full refund.
  2. You will receive a 50% refund if you cancel between 30 and 20 days before the trek.
  3. If you cancel fewer than 20 days before the journey, there will be no refund.

Please note that if you receive a refund, the total amount you paid will be reduced by 4% (Cancellation costs). You would also not be eligible for a refund if you purchased trek insurance.

While on the journey, Osla Outdoors takes no responsibility for any malfunctions or injuries to your clothing, gear, or other possessions. From start to end, the trek fee covers all expenses.


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