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Har Ki Dun Trek, Uttarakhand

Famous for its massive valleys, forests and ancient villages and streams Har Ki Dun trek is one of the longest trekking routes in Uttarakhand. With one of the most ancient routes within the Himalayas, Har Ki Dun valley is also known as the “the valley of gods” or the hanging valley. The trek takes you to the famed Someshwara Devta Temple and the path that is believed have been once used by Pandavas in Mahabharata, on their way to heaven.

This trek up to Har Ki Dun starts from Sankrithe village of Sankri, which is located deep in the Himalayas. The total distance is 49km, which makes it a moderately difficult trek , but it is renowned for its diversity. The trek will pass through old towns and paths, take in the stunning view of deodar tree, and take in the breathtaking magnificent peaks of Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Kala Nag, and many more. It is a thrilling and thrilling trip, Har Ki Dun trek is the ideal opportunity for trekkers to discover the most beautiful Himalayan mountains.

Be aware that if you are an organization of 3 or more the trek could be scheduled any time.

Quick Information:
Har Ki Dun trek distance: 49 km
Har Ki Dun temperature:
Winter- December to February 8 to 10 degrees in the daytime with 0 to 5 degrees at night.
Spring-Mar to Apr 15 to 20 degrees in the day and 0-8 degrees at night.
Summer: May through June 12- 15 degrees during the day, and 1-5 degrees at night.
The months of September through November are 15 to 17 degrees in the daytime from September to November, 0-5 degree at night.
Har Ki Dun trek is the best time: September to Nov and April to June
Har Ki Dun height: 11,675 ft
Har Ki Dun Trek difficulty Easy to moderate

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 Dehradun To Sankri

  • Distance- 195 km. Time8-9 hours driving
  • Altitude: 1,410 ft up to 6,400 feet
  • Mealsand Dinner
  • Stay-in Guest House/Homestay

Day 2 Sankri To Taluka in Seema

  • 12 km drive to Taluka about 1 hour drive
  • Trekking to Taluka to Seema
  • Distance of the trek 10 km, Duration 7-8 hours
  • Altitude: 6,400 ft – 7,000 ft – 8,200 ft
  • Meals include: Breakfast Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast
  • Stay in Camps

Day 3 Seema Har Ki Dun Har Ki Dun

  • Distance 8 km, time 7-8 hours
  • Altitude: 8,200 ft up to 11,800 feet
  • Meals Include: Breakfast Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast
  • Stay in Camps

Day 4 Har Ki Dun to Jaundhar Glacier, back to Har Ki Dun

  • Distance of the trek: 15 km, time 8-9 hours
  • Altitude: 11,800 feet to 11,150 feet
  • Meals Include: Breakfast and Lunch, Dinner
  • Camps: Stay

Day 5 Har Ki Dun Seema

  • Distance of the trek 8 km, Duration 5 hours
  • Altitude: 11,150 feet to 8,200 feet
  • Meals Include: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Stay in Camps

Day 6 : Seema to Sankri via Taluka

  • Distance 10 km, time 5 hours
  • Twelve kilometres drive to Taluka to Sankri Duration 1 hour
  • Altitude: 8,200 ft up to 6,400 feet
  • Meals Include: Breakfast Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast
  • Guest House/Homestay

Day 7 Sankri To Dehradun

  • Distance: 195 km. Timebetween 8 and 9 hours driving
  • Altitude: 6,400 feet to 1,410 feet
  • Meals Breakfast
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