Har Ki Dun Trek

 

About Har Ki Dun Trek

Have you ever wondered about the reality of the song – “Stairway to Heaven”? That’s just right about our Har ki dun Trek to the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarkashi. Known as the Hanging valley, this trek is the most sought off trek by travellers and climbers. You will be absorbed in the captivating views of the Swargarohini peaks, Bandarpoonch and the BlackPeak. Ancient villages for over a century

Read more

 

 

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri, 200 Km.

 

Day 2: Sankri to Taluka via local vehicles and Taluka to Seema by trek, 12 Km.

 

Day 3: Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar via trek, 7 Km.

 

Day 4: Kalkattiyadhaar to Har Ki Dun valley via trek, 10 Km.

 

Day 5: Kalkattiyadhaar to Seema.

 

Day 6: Seema to Sankri via Taluka.

 

Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun by road.

 

 

day1

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri – 200Km approx.

(P.S. The mode of transport will be depending on the number of trekkers)

(We depart at 6:00 AM from the Dehradun Railway Station en route Mussoorie, O Naugaon, Purola, Mori to reach the final destination at Sankri by early evening. The total distance covered will be approximately 200 KM, taking around 9-10 hours. Accommodation will be arranged accordingly)

Day 1 of our journey begins early in the morning from Dehradun Railway Station which is the pickup location. Make sure to reach the prior location half an hour before the reporting time as we will depart at 6:00 AM sharp. Sankri is a small village but a famous base camp for trekking and it serves as a starting point of great Himalayan treks such as Kedarkantha, Phulera Ridge and Bali Pass. They add an extra oomph to your experience to Sankri, which is distanced 200 kilometres from Dehradun. The travelling time is around 9-10 hours and we reach our destination by 4/5:00 PM in the evening. We will quickly pull up at popular road stop restaurants for relishing grub and continue our trip via the road. Our journey will en route by road and so will we be exploring irresistible sites on the way. The road from Mussoorie keeps you engaged with its own expelling beauty. You will be admired by the captivating Himalayan Range and Yamuna River that streams alongside the route. On your arrival at Mussoorie, you can dive into the delights of Kempty Fall, which is an eminent sightseeing location. You will be allured with the divinity and purity that encompasses the atmosphere. Moving further, you will come across various small villages amongst which is O Naugaon and Purola. These villages are incorporated on the way and are inhabited by the local communities. Further afield, we reach Mori which is yet another small village and is distanced 33 KM from Purola. It is surrounded by enticing pine forests on either side and the Tons River engulfs the scenic beauty. Our arrival at Mori will soothe your exhaustion from travel with its hypnotizing aura and pleasing atmosphere. The twilight encloses the whole valley and makes your journey worth it. We finally reach Sankri, our assigned destination and no later, we will allocate rooms to you along with a relishing dinner for the night.
Ensure to keep all your essentials with you before leaving from Dehradun. In case of money withdrawal, you can do the same at Dehradun before the commencement of the journey.
The Sankri range is a popular destination for Bird watching, camping, offbeat, orchards and village tourism. It is the perfect destination for the ensuing personal interests of exploration. It is a route to the paradise of the Himalayas and a trekker’s delight. Thereby, Sankri will be our base camp for the further trekking to higher mountain ranges of Taluka, Kalkatiyadhaar and Har ki Dun. The altitude of the trekking point is 11,811 feet and there will be no mobile networks available, so don’t hesitate to let go of your stressful life in order to welcome a beguiling experience of trekking.

day2

Day 2: Sankri to Taluka via local vehicles and Taluka to Seema by trek, 12 Km approx.

(Next morning, we will begin our journey from Sankri to Taluka by road, distanced 12 kilometres approximately and from Taluka to Seema via trek of approximately 12 kilometres. The complete journey to reach the campsite will take around 5-6 hours.)

Our actual trek will commence from Taluka. The drive from Sankri to Taluka is rejuvenating as either side of the road are surrounded by pristine forests of pine trees. It will introduce us to the terrain of our trek closely. We meander through the breathtaking, twisting curves which makes the journey more exciting. You will experience the melodies of enchanting birds and animals. The River Supin that flows along the forests accompanies you throughout your drive to Taluka. This region is blessed with ancient traditions and unique cultures that have been preserved carefully. You will experience the bliss of these traditions alongside meeting locals from the nearby villages. The trail levels up through the forest of conifers until reaching the first cemented bridge to cross the river. You can refill your bottles here and besides, you will also find food shacks on the bank of river Supin, which makes it an ideal place to rest before moving further. These stores are packed with refreshments and beverages to add delight to your journey. We will find many such outlets on our way. On reaching Taluka, we will trek upto Seema crossing some small inhabited villages. The trail will be plain and rocky. On the way to Seema, You’ll come across beguiling streams with fresh water from the Himalayas and small bridges. Once we reach our destined point for the day, you can adore the intrinsic beauty of the mountains and relish the hospitality of the local communities. We will lodge in tents ahead of Seema in peaceful meadows by the riverside.

day3

Day 3: Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar via trek, 7 Km approx.

(Day 3 calls for what you have been waiting for since day 1. We will start trekking from Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar early in the morning after breakfast and the distance will be 7 kilometres. It will take around 3-4 hours to reach the next camping site.)

Post breakfast, we will commence our trek to Kalkattiyadhaar and the trail will go through meadows and pastures occupied with the imprints of nature. The trek further proceeds through harvested and cattle grazing fields accompanied by slant roof huts. The Osla village is yet another small village located in between the cashew and walnut forests. It has its own expelling and serene essence of beauty. Many ancient stories and temples lie in the heart of Osla village. Proceeding ahead on the inclined trail, you will be able to steal glimpses of soothing viewpoints. En route Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar comprises a combination of inclined and declined paths with numerous water streams and falls on the way. The lush green forests will leave you intrigued. Always ensure to fill your water bottles before or in between the trek from the nearest streams of freshwater since there is no source of water for nearly 2 kilometres on the way to Kalkattiyadhaar. On approaching the valley, you will come across hypnotizing views bifurcated by a brook, Maninda taal and Borasu pass towards the left. We will pitch in the camp here to further traverse the valley and stay overnight.

day4

Day 4: Kalkattiyadhaar to Har Ki Dun valley via trek, 10 Km approx.

(Day 4 initially appeals for our main trek to Har ki Dun. Our trek will begin early in the morning post breakfast. The Har ki Dun valley is distanced 10 kilometres from Kalkattiyadhaar and will take 6 hours to trek to the highest point of our journey which lies at an altitude of 8200 feet.)

The most awaited day of your trek approaches and on this day, we will start our trekking earlier than the usual time in order to capture every ounce of beauty. However, the days prior to this were captivating but there’s more to it that you will unveil on the way to Har ki Dun. The trail will lead us into the glacier basin with moraine and alpine meadows arousing in beauty. You’ll encounter tall pine trees accompanying you at every step. The trail is mixed of moderate and steep ascend up till Har ki Dun valley. On reaching higher levels of the trek, you’ll come across small ice patches, which are covered with heavy snow during winters. On our arrival at the highest peak of the trek in Har ki Dun, you’ll feel the joy of freshness surrounding the whole valley. You will be sight struck by the arresting beauty and glimpses of flower beds, meadows, coniferous forests, glacier moraines and frozen brooks. The valley is a paradise itself with an idyll utopia to curb your desires to explore. After exploring and engulfing the luring essence of the valley, we will head back to our previous campsite at Kalkattiyadhaar.

day5

Day 5: Kalkattiyadhaar to Seema.

(As usual, we will begin in the morning after breakfast and return back to Seema via Osla village)

Our trek will be reciprocated on Day 6. We will revisit the former places in order to return back to our pickup point. It will enable you to relive your memories by retracing the steps through the Osla village and the mesmerizing beauty surrounding it. We will follow the same trails as earlier to reach Seema and pitch in our camps. Don’t be upset, you will still have a chance to reconcile with the starry nightfall in the mountains.

day6

Day 6: Seema to Sankri via Taluka.

(We will head back from Seema to Taluka first and then reach Sankri by roadways.)

We will set off with 5 hours declining trek to Taluka, climbing down the trail leading us back to revitalizing beauty of the lower hills occupied with dense forests and perennial streams. The descending trek will not consume much time and we will reach Taluka soon to head forward to Sankri. It will also account for less exhaustion and you will feel lively while recollecting your memories on the way back to the campsite. We will stop at the familiar places to rest and continue the proceeding journey via road to reach Sankri. We will lodge in Sankri for the night.

day7

Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun by road.

Your trekking journey comes to a blissful end with departing from Sankri to Dehradun. It is a 10-hour drive that will conclude your trip to the Himalayas. The Co fellows will be dropped at the Dehradun Railway Station, from where the journey had begun and will demise too. You will be taking a ride back home loaded with beautiful moments and everlasting joy encountered throughout the trek of Har ki Dun.

 

Inclusion

 

      1. Accommodation (Camping, Home stay)
      2. Meals while on Trek (Veg + Egg)
      3. All necessary entry fees and permits.
      4. First aid, medical kits and oxygen cylinder:
      5. Mountaineering qualified and professional trek leader, guide, cook and support staff.
      6. Porters / Mule to carry central equipment
      7. Camp fire at camps (If Available)
      8. Achievement certificate after Trek
      9. Gaiters, micro-spikes and rope (if required).
      10. Guide Ratio of Group 1: 10
      11. Tent accommodation on triple sharing basis.
      12. Meals (Day-1 Dinner to Day last Dinner)

         

Exclusion

 

      1. Any kind of personal expenses.
      2. Food during the transit.
      3. Insurance.
      4. Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
      5. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head Price Includes.
      6. Any kind of emergency evacuation charges.

Trek Essentials
Gears on Rent (*This price is for per day)

Basics Gear

Back pack & rain cover(50 – 60 ltr) with comfortable shoulder straps
Day pack + rain cover20 – 30 ltr (If hire a mule or porter)
Walking stickAdvisable (At least one)
Head torch1 Nos. (Hand torch would be an alternative)
Water bottle/Hydration pack2 bottles of one litre each People who use hydration pack 1 hydration pack and 1 bottle of one liter
SnacksEnergy bars, dry fruits, electral/ors
Personal Medical KitConsult your doctor

Think about your head

Sun cap1 Nos. (One that covers the neck as well)
Woolen cap1 Nos.
Woolen cap1 Nos.
Balaclava1 Nos.
Neck-gaiters1 Nos.
SunglassesDark with side cover, it should be U/V protected.
People who wear spectacles-
(A)- Use contact lenses. (Not for Chadar trek)
(B)- Photo chromatic glasses.

Be comfy at the trek

Trek pants2 Synthetic (avoid shorts, fitting denims, capris)
T-shirts2 Full sleeves (Non-cotton)
Fleece T-shirts1 Nos.
Fleece jacket1 Nos. (Alternative: a woolen sweater)
Down feather / Hollofil jacket1 Nos.
Wind & waterproof jacket & pant1 Pair
Thermal inners1 Pair
Poncho1 Nos.

Mind your step

Trekking shoes1 Pair (Waterproof, high ankle with good grip)
Floaters/flip-flops1 Pair (Optional)
Cotton socks4 pairs
Woolen socks2 pairs
GaitersRaftaar Adventure team will notify you, if required
GumbootsRequired only for Chadar trek

Personal Utilities

Sunscreen creamHand sanitizer
MoisturiserAntibacterial powder
Lip balmToothbrush and toothpaste
Toilet Paper & wipesQuick dry towel

Keep these handy

Waterproof gloves1 Pair
Fleece/woolen gloves1 Pair

 

Booking & Payment Policies

 

    1. You can either make the entire payment at once or pay an amount of Rs.2,000 per person in advance at the time of booking.

    2. The remaining payment to be made when you meet us at the pickup point or you can also pay at the base camp on the first day of the trek.

    3. You can make the payments for the booking via Google Pay, Phone Pay, cash, or bank transfer.

    4. The last date for the booking will be closed 5 days prior to trek departure.

    5. If you have any questions about our packages or would like to discuss them further with us directly, feel free to call us at +91 89795 68292 before making any online bookings.

 

Cancellation Policy

    1. In case of any emergency, or unavoidable circumstance, if you need to cancel the trek or any related activity, make sure to give us a call at +91 89795 68292.

    2. The cancellation fees will be applied beginning on the day we get a call from you regarding withdrawal of the trek, and will be as follows:

      ● Before 30 days: 90% of the total cost will be refunded
      ● Between 20−30 days: 70% of the total cost will be refunded
      ● Between 10−20 days: 50% of the total cost will be refunded
      ● Less than 7 days: No refund will be applicable

    3. Refunds are not valid in case of-

      ● Any unused services such as meals will not be reimbursed for any reason.
      ● If you leave the trek in between after we pick you up from the meeting point.
      ● If a customer is dissatisfied with any of the operator’s services.

FAQs (Har ki dun Trek).

April-June = 13-20 ℃ in the day and around 2 ℃ at night. September- December = upto 6 ℃ in the day and -1 to -11 ℃ at night.
The highest altitude would be 12,000 feet
The mobile networks may fluctuate from one place to another during the trek. Electricity facilities are not available and you need to carry power banks, torches, etc.
You can book with us from our website by choosing the ‘Book Now’ tab, or give us a call at +91 89795 68292.
Yes, you can customize the trek as per your preferences by paying for the extra services.
The best time to visit is April- June, and September-November
The group size remains from 6-20 people.
Once you book with us, we will send you a list of essentials via mail.
Yes, you need to carry aadhar card with you.
You will get a tent, sleeping bag, mattress, or a homestay.
Yes, you can get trek gears on rent from us.
You will get breakfast, lunch, evening snacks , and dinner.
No, you won’t be allowed any alcoholic beverages or smoking.
It will depend on the group size. The vehicles we provide are Swift Dzire, Bolero, Sumo, and tempo traveler.
The ratio will be 1 guide to a group of 10 members, and 2 guides to 20 members.

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Other Terms & Policies

 

    1. Raftaar Adventures reserves the right to alter the order of the daily itinerary without prior notice. It could vary caused by unexpected travel-related events like weather changes, landslides, changes in flight plans, or traffic delays or limitations.

    2. If we cancel the group from our end, owing to any unforeseen circumstances, we will either move the booking to one of our other fixed departure trips or refund the entire payment, excluding any flight costs that are applicable.

    3. Our team takes the highest precautions to ensure the safety of every member throughout any adventure activities. However, in the event of any unforeseen accidents, we will not be held responsible for any harm done or for any fatalities. Moreover, before the trek begins, all members must sign a disclaimer form; otherwise, they will not be permitted to take part in any of the adventure activities.

    4. The trek package will not include and entertain-

      ● No on-demand meals, you will be served with a fixed menu during the trek.
      ● Any kind of alcoholic beverages will not be included in the trek package.
      ● No personal agenda to be fulfilled from the trek staff without permission.

    5. All members must have a valid photo ID such as aadhar card, or voter ID card at all times.

    6. Raftaar Adventures reserves the right to dismiss any member from the trek due to inappropriate behavior, including physical or verbal assault with other members or the trek staff.

Trek Details

7 Days |

12,100ft |

44 Km

Start: Dehradun

|

End: Dehradun

Moderate

|

Uttarakhand

Fixed Departure Dates
02 September(Open)
03 September(Open)
04 September(Open)
09 September(Open)
10 September(Open)
11 September(Open)
23 September(Open)
24 September(Open)
25 September(Open)
30 September(Open)
01 October(Open)
02 October(Open)
07 October(Open)
08 October(Open)
09 October(Open)
21 October(Open)
22 October(Open)
23 October(Open)
28 October(Open)
29 October(Open)
30 October(Open)
Gears on Rent

*This price is for per day

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About Har Ki Dun Trek

Have you ever wondered about the reality of the song – “Stairway to Heaven”? That’s just right about our Har ki dun Trek to the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarkashi. Known as the Hanging valley, this trek is the most sought off trek by travellers and climbers. You will be absorbed in the captivating views of the Swargarohini peaks, Bandarpoonch and the BlackPeak. Ancient villages for over a century

Read more

 

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri, 200 Km approx.

 

Day 2: Sankri to Taluka via local vehicles and Taluka to Seema by trek, 12 Km approx.

 

Day 3: Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar via trek, 7 Km approx.

 

Day 4: Kalkattiyadhaar to Har Ki Dun valley via trek, 10 Km approx.

 

Day 5: Kalkattiyadhaar to Seema.

 

Day 6: Seema to Sankri via Taluka.

 

Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun by road.

 

day1

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri – 200Km approx.

(P.S. The mode of transport will be depending on the number of trekkers)

(We depart at 6:00 AM from the Dehradun Railway Station en route Mussoorie, O Naugaon, Purola, Mori to reach the final destination at Sankri by early evening. The total distance covered will be approximately 200 KM, taking around 9-10 hours. Accommodation will be arranged accordingly)

Day 1 of our journey begins early in the morning from Dehradun Railway Station which is the pickup location. Make sure to reach the prior location half an hour before the reporting time as we will depart at 6:00 AM sharp. Sankri is a small village but a famous base camp for trekking and it serves as a starting point of great Himalayan treks such as Kedarkantha, Phulera Ridge and Bali Pass. They add an extra oomph to your experience to Sankri, which is distanced 200 kilometres from Dehradun. The travelling time is around 9-10 hours and we reach our destination by 4/5:00 PM in the evening. We will quickly pull up at popular road stop restaurants for relishing grub and continue our trip via the road. Our journey will en route by road and so will we be exploring irresistible sites on the way. The road from Mussoorie keeps you engaged with its own expelling beauty. You will be admired by the captivating Himalayan Range and Yamuna River that streams alongside the route. On your arrival at Mussoorie, you can dive into the delights of Kempty Fall, which is an eminent sightseeing location. You will be allured with the divinity and purity that encompasses the atmosphere. Moving further, you will come across various small villages amongst which is O Naugaon and Purola. These villages are incorporated on the way and are inhabited by the local communities. Further afield, we reach Mori which is yet another small village and is distanced 33 KM from Purola. It is surrounded by enticing pine forests on either side and the Tons River engulfs the scenic beauty. Our arrival at Mori will soothe your exhaustion from travel with its hypnotizing aura and pleasing atmosphere. The twilight encloses the whole valley and makes your journey worth it. We finally reach Sankri, our assigned destination and no later, we will allocate rooms to you along with a relishing dinner for the night.
Ensure to keep all your essentials with you before leaving from Dehradun. In case of money withdrawal, you can do the same at Dehradun before the commencement of the journey.
The Sankri range is a popular destination for Bird watching, camping, offbeat, orchards and village tourism. It is the perfect destination for the ensuing personal interests of exploration. It is a route to the paradise of the Himalayas and a trekker’s delight. Thereby, Sankri will be our base camp for the further trekking to higher mountain ranges of Taluka, Kalkatiyadhaar and Har ki Dun. The altitude of the trekking point is 11,811 feet and there will be no mobile networks available, so don’t hesitate to let go of your stressful life in order to welcome a beguiling experience of trekking.

day2

Day 2: Sankri to Taluka via local vehicles and Taluka to Seema by trek, 12 Km approx.

(Next morning, we will begin our journey from Sankri to Taluka by road, distanced 12 kilometres approximately and from Taluka to Seema via trek of approximately 12 kilometres. The complete journey to reach the campsite will take around 5-6 hours.)

Our actual trek will commence from Taluka. The drive from Sankri to Taluka is rejuvenating as either side of the road are surrounded by pristine forests of pine trees. It will introduce us to the terrain of our trek closely. We meander through the breathtaking, twisting curves which makes the journey more exciting. You will experience the melodies of enchanting birds and animals. The River Supin that flows along the forests accompanies you throughout your drive to Taluka. This region is blessed with ancient traditions and unique cultures that have been preserved carefully. You will experience the bliss of these traditions alongside meeting locals from the nearby villages. The trail levels up through the forest of conifers until reaching the first cemented bridge to cross the river. You can refill your bottles here and besides, you will also find food shacks on the bank of river Supin, which makes it an ideal place to rest before moving further. These stores are packed with refreshments and beverages to add delight to your journey. We will find many such outlets on our way. On reaching Taluka, we will trek upto Seema crossing some small inhabited villages. The trail will be plain and rocky. On the way to Seema, You’ll come across beguiling streams with fresh water from the Himalayas and small bridges. Once we reach our destined point for the day, you can adore the intrinsic beauty of the mountains and relish the hospitality of the local communities. We will lodge in tents ahead of Seema in peaceful meadows by the riverside.

day3

Day 3: Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar via trek, 7 Km approx.

(Day 3 calls for what you have been waiting for since day 1. We will start trekking from Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar early in the morning after breakfast and the distance will be 7 kilometres. It will take around 3-4 hours to reach the next camping site.)

Post breakfast, we will commence our trek to Kalkattiyadhaar and the trail will go through meadows and pastures occupied with the imprints of nature. The trek further proceeds through harvested and cattle grazing fields accompanied by slant roof huts. The Osla village is yet another small village located in between the cashew and walnut forests. It has its own expelling and serene essence of beauty. Many ancient stories and temples lie in the heart of Osla village. Proceeding ahead on the inclined trail, you will be able to steal glimpses of soothing viewpoints. En route Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar comprises a combination of inclined and declined paths with numerous water streams and falls on the way. The lush green forests will leave you intrigued. Always ensure to fill your water bottles before or in between the trek from the nearest streams of freshwater since there is no source of water for nearly 2 kilometres on the way to Kalkattiyadhaar. On approaching the valley, you will come across hypnotizing views bifurcated by a brook, Maninda taal and Borasu pass towards the left. We will pitch in the camp here to further traverse the valley and stay overnight.

day4

Day 4: Kalkattiyadhaar to Har Ki Dun valley via trek, 10 Km approx.

(Day 4 initially appeals for our main trek to Har ki Dun. Our trek will begin early in the morning post breakfast. The Har ki Dun valley is distanced 10 kilometres from Kalkattiyadhaar and will take 6 hours to trek to the highest point of our journey which lies at an altitude of 8200 feet.)

The most awaited day of your trek approaches and on this day, we will start our trekking earlier than the usual time in order to capture every ounce of beauty. However, the days prior to this were captivating but there’s more to it that you will unveil on the way to Har ki Dun. The trail will lead us into the glacier basin with moraine and alpine meadows arousing in beauty. You’ll encounter tall pine trees accompanying you at every step. The trail is mixed of moderate and steep ascend up till Har ki Dun valley. On reaching higher levels of the trek, you’ll come across small ice patches, which are covered with heavy snow during winters. On our arrival at the highest peak of the trek in Har ki Dun, you’ll feel the joy of freshness surrounding the whole valley. You will be sight struck by the arresting beauty and glimpses of flower beds, meadows, coniferous forests, glacier moraines and frozen brooks. The valley is a paradise itself with an idyll utopia to curb your desires to explore. After exploring and engulfing the luring essence of the valley, we will head back to our previous campsite at Kalkattiyadhaar.

day5

Day 5: Kalkattiyadhaar to Seema.

(As usual, we will begin in the morning after breakfast and return back to Seema via Osla village)

Our trek will be reciprocated on Day 6. We will revisit the former places in order to return back to our pickup point. It will enable you to relive your memories by retracing the steps through the Osla village and the mesmerizing beauty surrounding it. We will follow the same trails as earlier to reach Seema and pitch in our camps. Don’t be upset, you will still have a chance to reconcile with the starry nightfall in the mountains.

day6

Day 6: Seema to Sankri via Taluka.

(We will head back from Seema to Taluka first and then reach Sankri by roadways.)

We will set off with 5 hours declining trek to Taluka, climbing down the trail leading us back to revitalizing beauty of the lower hills occupied with dense forests and perennial streams. The descending trek will not consume much time and we will reach Taluka soon to head forward to Sankri. It will also account for less exhaustion and you will feel lively while recollecting your memories on the way back to the campsite. We will stop at the familiar places to rest and continue the proceeding journey via road to reach Sankri. We will lodge in Sankri for the night.

day7

Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun by road.

Your trekking journey comes to a blissful end with departing from Sankri to Dehradun. It is a 10-hour drive that will conclude your trip to the Himalayas. The Co fellows will be dropped at the Dehradun Railway Station, from where the journey had begun and will demise too. You will be taking a ride back home loaded with beautiful moments and everlasting joy encountered throughout the trek of Har ki Dun.

 

Inclusion

  1. Accommodation (Camping, Home stay)
  2. Meals while on Trek (Veg + Egg)
  3. All necessary entry fees and permits.
  4. First aid, medical kits and oxygen cylinder:
  5. Mountaineering qualified and professional trek leader, guide, cook and support staff.
  6. Porters / Mule to carry central equipment.
  7. Camp fire at camps (If Available)
  8. Achievement certificate after Trek
  9. Gaiters, micro-spikes and rope (if required).
  10. Guide Ratio of Group 1: 10
  11. Tent accommodation on triple sharing basis.
  12. Meals (Day-1 Dinner to Day last Dinner)

Exclusion

  •  Any kind of personal expenses.
  •  Food during the transit.
  •  Insurance.
  •  Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
  •  Anything not specifically mentioned under the head Price Includes.
  •  Any kind of emergency evacuation charges.
Trek Essentials
Gears on Rent (*This price is for per day)

Basics Gear

Back pack & rain cover (50 - 60 ltr) with comfortable shoulder straps
Day pack + rain cover 20 - 30 ltr (If hire a mule or porter)
Walking stick Advisable (At least one)
Head torch 1 Nos. (Hand torch would be an alternative)
Water bottle/Hydration pack 2 bottles of one litre each People who use hydration pack 1 hydration pack and 1 bottle of one liter
Snacks Energy bars, dry fruits, electral/ors
Personal Medical Kit Consult your doctor

Think about your head

Sun cap 1 Nos. (One that covers the neck as well)
Woolen cap 1 Nos.
Woolen cap 1 Nos.
Balaclava 1 Nos.
Neck-gaiters 1 Nos.
Sunglasses Dark with side cover, it should be U/V protected.
People who wear spectacles-
(A)- Use contact lenses. (Not for Chadar trek)
(B)- Photo chromatic glasses.

Be comfy at the trek

Trek pants 2 Synthetic (avoid shorts, fitting denims, capris)
T-shirts 2 Full sleeves (Non-cotton)
Fleece T-shirts 1 Nos.
Fleece jacket 1 Nos. (Alternative: a woolen sweater)
Down feather / Hollofil jacket 1 Nos.
Wind & waterproof jacket & pant 1 Pair
Thermal inners 1 Pair
Poncho 1 Nos.

Mind your step

Trekking shoes 1 Pair (Waterproof, high ankle with good grip)
Floaters/flip-flops 1 Pair (Optional)
Cotton socks 4 pairs
Woolen socks 2 pairs
Gaiters Raftaar Adventure team will notify you, if required
Gumboots Required only for Chadar trek

Personal Utilities

Sunscreen cream Hand sanitizer
Moisturiser Antibacterial powder
Lip balm Toothbrush and toothpaste
Toilet Paper & wipes Quick dry towel

Keep these handy

Waterproof gloves 1 Pair
Fleece/woolen gloves 1 Pair

Booking & Payment Policies

  1. You can either make the entire payment at once or pay an amount of Rs.2,000 per person in advance at the time of booking.
  2. The remaining payment to be made when you meet us at the pickup point or you can also pay at the base camp on the first day of the trek.
  3. You can make the payments for the booking via Google Pay, Phone Pay, cash, or bank transfer.
  4. The last date for the booking will be closed 5 days prior to trek departure.
  5. If you have any questions about our packages or would like to discuss them further with us directly, feel free to call us at +91 89795 68292 before making any online bookings.

Cancellation Policy

  1. In case of any emergency, or unavoidable circumstance, if you need to cancel the trek or any related activity, make sure to give us a call at +91 89795 68292.
  2. The cancellation fees will be applied beginning on the day we get a call from you regarding withdrawal of the trek, and will be as follows:
    ● Before 30 days: 90% of the total cost will be refunded
    ● Between 20−30 days: 70% of the total cost will be refunded
    ● Between 10−20 days: 50% of the total cost will be refunded
    ● Less than 7 days: No refund will be applicable
  3. Refunds are not valid in case of-
    ● Any unused services such as meals will not be reimbursed for any reason.
    ● If you leave the trek in between after we pick you up from the meeting point.
    ● If a customer is dissatisfied with any of the operator's services.

FAQs (Har Ki Dun Trek)

April-June = 13-20 ℃ in the day and around 2 ℃ at night. September- December = upto 6 ℃ in the day and -1 to -11 ℃ at night.
The highest altitude would be 12,000 feet
The mobile networks may fluctuate from one place to another during the trek. Electricity facilities are not available and you need to carry power banks, torches, etc.
You can book with us from our website by choosing the ‘Book Now’ tab, or give us a call at +91 89795 68292.
Yes, you can customize the trek as per your preferences by paying for the extra services.
The best time to visit is April- June, and September-November
The group size remains from 6-20 people.
Once you book with us, we will send you a list of essentials via mail.
Yes, you need to carry aadhar card with you.
You will get a tent, sleeping bag, mattress, or a homestay.
Yes, you can get trek gears on rent from us.
You will get breakfast, lunch, evening snacks , and dinner.
No, you won’t be allowed any alcoholic beverages or smoking.
It will depend on the group size. The vehicles we provide are Swift Dzire, Bolero, Sumo, and tempo traveler.
The ratio will be 1 guide to a group of 10 members, and 2 guides to 20 members.

Book now


Other Terms & Policies

  1. Raftaar Adventures reserves the right to alter the order of the daily itinerary without prior notice. It could vary caused by unexpected travel-related events like weather changes, landslides, changes in flight plans, or traffic delays or limitations.
  2. If we cancel the group from our end, owing to any unforeseen circumstances, we will either move the booking to one of our other fixed departure trips or refund the entire payment, excluding any flight costs that are applicable.
  3. Our team takes the highest precautions to ensure the safety of every member throughout any adventure activities. However, in the event of any unforeseen accidents, we will not be held responsible for any harm done or for any fatalities. Moreover, before the trek begins, all members must sign a disclaimer form; otherwise, they will not be permitted to take part in any of the adventure activities.
  4. The trek package will not include and entertain-
    ● No on-demand meals, you will be served with a fixed menu during the trek.
    ● Any kind of alcoholic beverages will not be included in the trek package.
    ● No personal agenda to be fulfilled from the trek staff without permission.
  5. All members must have a valid photo ID such as aadhar card, or voter ID card at all times.
  6. Raftaar Adventures reserves the right to dismiss any member from the trek due to inappropriate behavior, including physical or verbal assault with other members or the trek staff.

 

About Har Ki Dun Trek

Have you ever wondered about the reality of the song – “Stairway to Heaven”? That’s just right about our Har ki dun Trek to the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarkashi. Known as the Hanging valley, this trek is the most sought off trek by travellers and climbers. You will be absorbed in the captivating views of the Swargarohini peaks, Bandarpoonch and the BlackPeak. Ancient villages for over a century

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Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri, 200 Km.

 

Day 2: Sankri to Taluka via local vehicles and Taluka to Seema by trek, 12 Km.

 

Day 3: Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar via trek, 7 Km.

 

Day 4: Kalkattiyadhaar to Har Ki Dun valley via trek, 10 Km.

 

Day 5: Kalkattiyadhaar to Seema.

 

Day 6: Seema to Sankri via Taluka.

 

Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun by road.

day1

Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri – 200Km approx.

(P.S. The mode of transport will be depending on the number of trekkers)

(We depart at 6:00 AM from the Dehradun Railway Station en route Mussoorie, O Naugaon, Purola, Mori to reach the final destination at Sankri by early evening. The total distance covered will be approximately 200 KM, taking around 9-10 hours. Accommodation will be arranged accordingly)

Day 1 of our journey begins early in the morning from Dehradun Railway Station which is the pickup location. Make sure to reach the prior location half an hour before the reporting time as we will depart at 6:00 AM sharp. Sankri is a small village but a famous base camp for trekking and it serves as a starting point of great Himalayan treks such as Kedarkantha, Phulera Ridge and Bali Pass. They add an extra oomph to your experience to Sankri, which is distanced 200 kilometres from Dehradun. The travelling time is around 9-10 hours and we reach our destination by 4/5:00 PM in the evening. We will quickly pull up at popular road stop restaurants for relishing grub and continue our trip via the road. Our journey will en route by road and so will we be exploring irresistible sites on the way. The road from Mussoorie keeps you engaged with its own expelling beauty. You will be admired by the captivating Himalayan Range and Yamuna River that streams alongside the route. On your arrival at Mussoorie, you can dive into the delights of Kempty Fall, which is an eminent sightseeing location. You will be allured with the divinity and purity that encompasses the atmosphere. Moving further, you will come across various small villages amongst which is O Naugaon and Purola. These villages are incorporated on the way and are inhabited by the local communities. Further afield, we reach Mori which is yet another small village and is distanced 33 KM from Purola. It is surrounded by enticing pine forests on either side and the Tons River engulfs the scenic beauty. Our arrival at Mori will soothe your exhaustion from travel with its hypnotizing aura and pleasing atmosphere. The twilight encloses the whole valley and makes your journey worth it. We finally reach Sankri, our assigned destination and no later, we will allocate rooms to you along with a relishing dinner for the night.
Ensure to keep all your essentials with you before leaving from Dehradun. In case of money withdrawal, you can do the same at Dehradun before the commencement of the journey.
The Sankri range is a popular destination for Bird watching, camping, offbeat, orchards and village tourism. It is the perfect destination for the ensuing personal interests of exploration. It is a route to the paradise of the Himalayas and a trekker’s delight. Thereby, Sankri will be our base camp for the further trekking to higher mountain ranges of Taluka, Kalkatiyadhaar and Har ki Dun. The altitude of the trekking point is 11,811 feet and there will be no mobile networks available, so don’t hesitate to let go of your stressful life in order to welcome a beguiling experience of trekking.

day2

Day 2: Sankri to Taluka via local vehicles and Taluka to Seema by trek, 12 Km approx.

(Next morning, we will begin our journey from Sankri to Taluka by road, distanced 12 kilometres approximately and from Taluka to Seema via trek of approximately 12 kilometres. The complete journey to reach the campsite will take around 5-6 hours.)

Our actual trek will commence from Taluka. The drive from Sankri to Taluka is rejuvenating as either side of the road are surrounded by pristine forests of pine trees. It will introduce us to the terrain of our trek closely. We meander through the breathtaking, twisting curves which makes the journey more exciting. You will experience the melodies of enchanting birds and animals. The River Supin that flows along the forests accompanies you throughout your drive to Taluka. This region is blessed with ancient traditions and unique cultures that have been preserved carefully. You will experience the bliss of these traditions alongside meeting locals from the nearby villages. The trail levels up through the forest of conifers until reaching the first cemented bridge to cross the river. You can refill your bottles here and besides, you will also find food shacks on the bank of river Supin, which makes it an ideal place to rest before moving further. These stores are packed with refreshments and beverages to add delight to your journey. We will find many such outlets on our way. On reaching Taluka, we will trek upto Seema crossing some small inhabited villages. The trail will be plain and rocky. On the way to Seema, You’ll come across beguiling streams with fresh water from the Himalayas and small bridges. Once we reach our destined point for the day, you can adore the intrinsic beauty of the mountains and relish the hospitality of the local communities. We will lodge in tents ahead of Seema in peaceful meadows by the riverside.

day3

Day 3: Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar via trek, 7 Km approx.

(Day 3 calls for what you have been waiting for since day 1. We will start trekking from Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar early in the morning after breakfast and the distance will be 7 kilometres. It will take around 3-4 hours to reach the next camping site.)

Post breakfast, we will commence our trek to Kalkattiyadhaar and the trail will go through meadows and pastures occupied with the imprints of nature. The trek further proceeds through harvested and cattle grazing fields accompanied by slant roof huts. The Osla village is yet another small village located in between the cashew and walnut forests. It has its own expelling and serene essence of beauty. Many ancient stories and temples lie in the heart of Osla village. Proceeding ahead on the inclined trail, you will be able to steal glimpses of soothing viewpoints. En route Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar comprises a combination of inclined and declined paths with numerous water streams and falls on the way. The lush green forests will leave you intrigued. Always ensure to fill your water bottles before or in between the trek from the nearest streams of freshwater since there is no source of water for nearly 2 kilometres on the way to Kalkattiyadhaar. On approaching the valley, you will come across hypnotizing views bifurcated by a brook, Maninda taal and Borasu pass towards the left. We will pitch in the camp here to further traverse the valley and stay overnight.

day4

Day 4: Kalkattiyadhaar to Har Ki Dun valley via trek, 10 Km approx.

(Day 4 initially appeals for our main trek to Har ki Dun. Our trek will begin early in the morning post breakfast. The Har ki Dun valley is distanced 10 kilometres from Kalkattiyadhaar and will take 6 hours to trek to the highest point of our journey which lies at an altitude of 8200 feet.)

The most awaited day of your trek approaches and on this day, we will start our trekking earlier than the usual time in order to capture every ounce of beauty. However, the days prior to this were captivating but there’s more to it that you will unveil on the way to Har ki Dun. The trail will lead us into the glacier basin with moraine and alpine meadows arousing in beauty. You’ll encounter tall pine trees accompanying you at every step. The trail is mixed of moderate and steep ascend up till Har ki Dun valley. On reaching higher levels of the trek, you’ll come across small ice patches, which are covered with heavy snow during winters. On our arrival at the highest peak of the trek in Har ki Dun, you’ll feel the joy of freshness surrounding the whole valley. You will be sight struck by the arresting beauty and glimpses of flower beds, meadows, coniferous forests, glacier moraines and frozen brooks. The valley is a paradise itself with an idyll utopia to curb your desires to explore. After exploring and engulfing the luring essence of the valley, we will head back to our previous campsite at Kalkattiyadhaar.

day5

Day 5: Kalkattiyadhaar to Seema.

(As usual, we will begin in the morning after breakfast and return back to Seema via Osla village)

Our trek will be reciprocated on Day 6. We will revisit the former places in order to return back to our pickup point. It will enable you to relive your memories by retracing the steps through the Osla village and the mesmerizing beauty surrounding it. We will follow the same trails as earlier to reach Seema and pitch in our camps. Don’t be upset, you will still have a chance to reconcile with the starry nightfall in the mountains.

day6

Day 6: Seema to Sankri via Taluka.

(We will head back from Seema to Taluka first and then reach Sankri by roadways.)

We will set off with 5 hours declining trek to Taluka, climbing down the trail leading us back to revitalizing beauty of the lower hills occupied with dense forests and perennial streams. The descending trek will not consume much time and we will reach Taluka soon to head forward to Sankri. It will also account for less exhaustion and you will feel lively while recollecting your memories on the way back to the campsite. We will stop at the familiar places to rest and continue the proceeding journey via road to reach Sankri. We will lodge in Sankri for the night.

day7

Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun by road.

Your trekking journey comes to a blissful end with departing from Sankri to Dehradun. It is a 10-hour drive that will conclude your trip to the Himalayas. The Co fellows will be dropped at the Dehradun Railway Station, from where the journey had begun and will demise too. You will be taking a ride back home loaded with beautiful moments and everlasting joy encountered throughout the trek of Har ki Dun.

 

Inclusion

  1. Accommodation (Camping, Home stay)
  2. Meals while on Trek (Veg + Egg)
  3. All necessary entry fees and permits.
  4. First aid, medical kits and oxygen cylinder:
  5. Mountaineering qualified and professional trek leader, guide, cook and support staff.
  6. Porters / Mule to carry central equipment.
  7. Camp fire at camps (If Available)
  8. Achievement certificate after Trek
  9. Gaiters, micro-spikes and rope (if required).
  10. Guide Ratio of Group 1: 10
  11. Tent accommodation on triple sharing basis.
  12. Meals (Day-1 Dinner to Day last Dinner)

Exclusion

  •  Any kind of personal expenses.
  •  Food during the transit.
  •  Insurance.
  •  Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
  •  Anything not specifically mentioned under the head Price Includes.
  •  Any kind of emergency evacuation charges.
Trek Essentials
Gears on Rent (*This price is for per day)

Basics Gear

Back pack & rain cover (50 - 60 ltr) with comfortable shoulder straps
Day pack + rain cover 20 - 30 ltr (If hire a mule or porter)
Walking stick Advisable (At least one)
Head torch 1 Nos. (Hand torch would be an alternative)
Water bottle/Hydration pack 2 bottles of one litre each People who use hydration pack 1 hydration pack and 1 bottle of one liter
Snacks Energy bars, dry fruits, electral/ors
Personal Medical Kit Consult your doctor

Think about your head

Sun cap 1 Nos. (One that covers the neck as well)
Woolen cap 1 Nos.
Woolen cap 1 Nos.
Balaclava 1 Nos.
Neck-gaiters 1 Nos.
Sunglasses Dark with side cover, it should be U/V protected.
People who wear spectacles-
(A)- Use contact lenses. (Not for Chadar trek)
(B)- Photo chromatic glasses.

Be comfy at the trek

Trek pants 2 Synthetic (avoid shorts, fitting denims, capris)
T-shirts 2 Full sleeves (Non-cotton)
Fleece T-shirts 1 Nos.
Fleece jacket 1 Nos. (Alternative: a woolen sweater)
Down feather / Hollofil jacket 1 Nos.
Wind & waterproof jacket & pant 1 Pair
Thermal inners 1 Pair
Poncho 1 Nos.

Mind your step

Trekking shoes 1 Pair (Waterproof, high ankle with good grip)
Floaters/flip-flops 1 Pair (Optional)
Cotton socks 4 pairs
Woolen socks 2 pairs
Gaiters Raftaar Adventure team will notify you, if required
Gumboots Required only for Chadar trek

Personal Utilities

Sunscreen cream Hand sanitizer
Moisturiser Antibacterial powder
Lip balm Toothbrush and toothpaste
Toilet Paper & wipes Quick dry towel

Keep these handy

Waterproof gloves 1 Pair
Fleece/woolen gloves 1 Pair

Booking & Payment Policies

  1. You can either make the entire payment at once or pay an amount of Rs.2,000 per person in advance at the time of booking.
  2. The remaining payment to be made when you meet us at the pickup point or you can also pay at the base camp on the first day of the trek.
  3. You can make the payments for the booking via Google Pay, Phone Pay, cash, or bank transfer.
  4. The last date for the booking will be closed 5 days prior to trek departure.
  5. If you have any questions about our packages or would like to discuss them further with us directly, feel free to call us at +91 89795 68292 before making any online bookings.

Cancellation Policy

  1. In case of any emergency, or unavoidable circumstance, if you need to cancel the trek or any related activity, make sure to give us a call at +91 89795 68292.
  2. The cancellation fees will be applied beginning on the day we get a call from you regarding withdrawal of the trek, and will be as follows:
    ● Before 30 days: 90% of the total cost will be refunded
    ● Between 20−30 days: 70% of the total cost will be refunded
    ● Between 10−20 days: 50% of the total cost will be refunded
    ● Less than 7 days: No refund will be applicable
  3. Refunds are not valid in case of-
    ● Any unused services such as meals will not be reimbursed for any reason.
    ● If you leave the trek in between after we pick you up from the meeting point.
    ● If a customer is dissatisfied with any of the operator's services.

FAQs (Har ki dun Trek).

April-June = 13-20 ℃ in the day and around 2 ℃ at night. September- December = upto 6 ℃ in the day and -1 to -11 ℃ at night.
The highest altitude would be 12,000 feet
The mobile networks may fluctuate from one place to another during the trek. Electricity facilities are not available and you need to carry power banks, torches, etc.
You can book with us from our website by choosing the ‘Book Now’ tab, or give us a call at +91 89795 68292.
Yes, you can customize the trek as per your preferences by paying for the extra services.
The best time to visit is April- June, and September-November
The group size remains from 6-20 people.
Once you book with us, we will send you a list of essentials via mail.
Yes, you need to carry aadhar card with you.
You will get a tent, sleeping bag, mattress, or a homestay.
Yes, you can get trek gears on rent from us.
You will get breakfast, lunch, evening snacks , and dinner.
No, you won’t be allowed any alcoholic beverages or smoking.
It will depend on the group size. The vehicles we provide are Swift Dzire, Bolero, Sumo, and tempo traveler.
The ratio will be 1 guide to a group of 10 members, and 2 guides to 20 members.

Enquire Now


Other Terms & Policies

  1. Raftaar Adventures reserves the right to alter the order of the daily itinerary without prior notice. It could vary caused by unexpected travel-related events like weather changes, landslides, changes in flight plans, or traffic delays or limitations.
  2. If we cancel the group from our end, owing to any unforeseen circumstances, we will either move the booking to one of our other fixed departure trips or refund the entire payment, excluding any flight costs that are applicable.
  3. Our team takes the highest precautions to ensure the safety of every member throughout any adventure activities. However, in the event of any unforeseen accidents, we will not be held responsible for any harm done or for any fatalities. Moreover, before the trek begins, all members must sign a disclaimer form; otherwise, they will not be permitted to take part in any of the adventure activities.
  4. The trek package will not include and entertain-
    ● No on-demand meals, you will be served with a fixed menu during the trek.
    ● Any kind of alcoholic beverages will not be included in the trek package.
    ● No personal agenda to be fulfilled from the trek staff without permission.
  5. All members must have a valid photo ID such as aadhar card, or voter ID card at all times.
  6. Raftaar Adventures reserves the right to dismiss any member from the trek due to inappropriate behavior, including physical or verbal assault with other members or the trek staff.

Trek Details

7 Days |

12,100ft |

44 Km

Start: Dehradun

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End: Dehradun

Moderate

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Uttarakhand

Fixed Departure Dates
02 September(Open)
03 September(Open)
04 September(Open)
09 September(Open)
10 September(Open)
11 September(Open)
23 September(Open)
24 September(Open)
25 September(Open)
30 September(Open)
01 October(Open)
02 October(Open)
07 October(Open)
08 October(Open)
09 October(Open)
21 October(Open)
22 October(Open)
23 October(Open)
28 October(Open)
29 October(Open)
30 October(Open)
Gears on Rent

*This price is for per day

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