Dehdradun is easily accessible by road, rail and air from Delhi and other major cities in India.
Har ki Dun is one of the best-loved trekking routes in Uttarakhand and attracts adventurers from around the world. It offers trekkers a chance to walk through the protected habitat of Govind National Park, where dozens of species of flowers and trees abound. There are apple orchards, green valleys, wildflowers, and streams everywhere, and you'll be camping in open meadows with sweetgrass under you. The trek to Har-Ki-Dun valley is a mix of peaceful walks, and adventurous ascents. It offers stunning views of the surrounding peaks and glaciers in the Banderpoonch range.
IMPORTANT: A minimum group size of 4 pax is required to make the booking.
This region is famous for its gorgeous flowers and meadows. For a long way, you'll be trekking along the Tons river, and you'll be seeing charming mountain villages like Chilurgad, Boslo and Osla. There are some very beautiful camping spots which are set in pastoral settings. While there are a couple of ascents which are a little steep, this trek is not difficult and is suitable for first-timers.
Walk alongside the river and through forests. | Trek on a beautiful and adventurous route. | Explore the beauty of the place from Har-Ki-Dun. | See mountain meadows and flowers.
Meet the operator at 06:00 hrs at Dehradun Bus Station/Dehradun Railway Station, and board the vehicle to Sankri. It's a long scenic drive of approximately 8 hrs. By late evening, you'll reach Sankri, where your campsite is set up. Enjoy an evening under the stars, and then retire to your tents for the night.
Camp in the Himalayan wilderness.
Sleep in clean and comfortable rooms with basic facilities on sharing basis
For cancellations made 0-15 days before the start of the Har ki Dun trek: No refund.
For cancellations made 15-30 days before the start of the Har ki Dun trek: 50% of the trek cost will be refunded.
For cancellations made 30 days or more before the start of the Har ki Dun trek: Full refund minus any costs for booking already made by Himalaya Shelter.
No show: No refund.
No refunds will be made for any inclusions unused by the customer.
Participants must handle the equipment provided to them with care.
The trip leader's decision is final.
Participants must respect local culture and should not litter or deface natural structures/monuments.
Participants opting for additional service of mules must note that the weight of 1 bag should not be more than 12 kg.
Rent for trekking shoes is Rs. 200 per trekking day. The charges once rented will be applicable irrespective of whether the shoes are worn or not during the trek.
Rent for a walking stick is Rs. 50 per trekking day. The charges once rented are applicable irrespective if the stick is used or not.