You can reach Sankri by bus/car/taxi from Dehradun. The bus starts at 05:30 hrs, and will take about 4 hours to cover the 200 kms distance.
The name 'Har ki Dun' means the Valley of Gods, so named because of the sheer beauty of this location. This 7 day trek takes you deep into the heart of the valley, with trails leading along the banks of the Supin river. You'll be able to see the iconic peaks of Swargarohini and Hata Peak, as well as some of the prettiest forests of pine, deodar, silver firs and birch. You'll also trek through the quaint villages of Osla and Seema, where time seems to have stood still and everyone is friendly. The Har ki Dun trek has something for everyone, from the experienced trekker to the beginner, with its landscapes and variety of plant and animal life.
NOTE: This trek is suitable for beginners, but it involves long trekking hours each day. You'll need to cover about 12 kms every day, so do be prepared for that.
The Har ki Dun valley takes you into a crescent-shaped valley carved out by glaciers over time, at the foot of the soaring Hata Peak. You'll trek through the Govind Ballabh Pant Wildlife Reserve, where you'll be able to see a wide variety of birds as well as gorgeous flora.
On this Har ki Dun trek, you'll be crossing bridges over glacier-fed streams, meeting shepherds with their flocks, walking through villages that still have traditional wooden homes, and camping in sprawling mountain meadows. There are spectacular views all along the route, especially as you go deeper into the valley.
Trek to Har ki Dun through a wildlife reserve with a wide variety of flora and fauna. | Take in the uplifting views of Swargarohini, Bandarpunch and Hata Peaks. | Enjoy gorgeous sunrise and sunset over the Swargarohini range. | Challenge yourself to a moderately tough trek.
You will arrive at Sankri and meet the trek host. If time permits, you can explore this beautiful village or just walk around Sankri. You will enjoy a hot dinner and retire for the night to comfortable tents.
Overnight stay in a campsite in Sankri.
You will arrive in Sankri today. If you have any last minute essentials to buy, today is a good day to do so. You'll be served a hot dinner at camp. After that, it's time to retire for the night. You'll be sleeping in a double/triple sharing tent equipped with sleeping bags.
For cancellations made 0-15 days before the start date of the Har ki Dun trek: No refund.
No show: No refund.
For cancellations made 16-30 days before the start date of the Har ki Dun trek: 50% of the total cost will be refunded.
For cancellations made 31 days or more before the start date of the Har ki Dun trek: 90% of the total cost will be refunded.
All refunds will be paid after deducting any transaction charges.
There will be no refunds in case of road blocks or accidents.
The operator provides basic amenities in the wilderness of Himalayas, so please don’t expect any luxury treatment.
Kindly do not carry any valuables during the Har ki Dun trek. The operator will not be responsible for any loss of baggage, goods, air tickets, passport, cash, traveller’s cheques, or any other travel document or item owned by you while on tour, whatever the cause.
You must be a responsible trekker. Behaviour that can cause danger, annoyance to others or can interfere with the trek procedures may lead to termination of your participation from the trip, with no right to refund.
Participants must treat all equipment provided by the operator with care.
Participants must adhere to the instructions of the trip leader/guide at all times during the trek to Har ki Dun.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages, drugs etc. during the trek to Har ki Dun is strictly prohibited.