Har Ki Doon Trek

5 NIGHTS / 6 DAYS TOUR


Day 1 : Pick up from Dehradun Railway Station / Airport. Drive to Sankri (7 ½ hours drive by car, 213 kms. Sankri is a beautiful village (6442 ft) in Uttarkhand. Stroll around Sankri, night stay at Hotel.
Day 2 : Drive from Sankri to Taluka (7,953 ft). Trek from Taluka to an open flat terrain just at the confluence of the Rupin&Supinrivers, 400 ft below DhatmiraGaon and almost same altitude as Sankri. Trek distance 3 kms, time 2 hours. Light trek, gradual undulation. Spend the night in a tent.
Day 3 : After Breakfast to Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956ft); 6 hours, 10 km. Slight difficult terrain. Undulation and steep climbs need to be negotiated. The trek is a little tough. Night stay at tent
Day 4 : Kalkatiyadharto Har Ki Dun (11,700ft); 5 hours, 4 km;The trek is a little tough. Night stay at tent
Day 5 : A walk to Maninda Tal and back to Har Ki Dun. A beautiful lake formation due to the flow of a stream that originates from the Borasu Pass glaciers. Slightly beyond that is location of Brahma Kamal flowers and can be approached between July and September at the time of their bloom. These flowers bloom for a night only, and is best viewed by moonlight. 2 kms trek. Steep and then gradual.Slightly difficult.Duration 30 mins.
Day 6 : Har Ki dun (11,768 ft) to Jaundar Glacier (11,667 ft) and back; 8 hours, 12 km. Barbecue night. Having achieved a wonderful trek, and we return the next day.
Day 7 : Har Ki dun (11,768 ft) to PuaniGaraat (8,280 ft); 7 hours, 11 km
Day 8 : PuaniGaraat (8,280 ft) to Taluka (7,953 ft), 8 hours, 13 km. Drive to Sankri
Day 9 : Depart from Sankri by 9am and drive to Dehradun.

Estimated cost for 4pax:Rs. 17,000/- per head.


Highlights of the trip


The altitudes are not that high as in eastern India and the pleasures of seeing such snow peaks of the Himalayas so close to you is what would entice you on for the trek. Swargorohini is one of the most beautiful mountains one could see. The trek to Jaundar Glacier and Manindalake is full of exciting views. Come explore the Himalayas.