Har Ki Dun Valley
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Jaideep O
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Oct 2020
We just did a trek at Har ki dun , FROM THE 10TH OCT UNTIL THE 18TH OCT it was a group of 8 women and our trek company was TRAVELTALES , what an amazing experience it turned out to be !!!!.

Har ki dun is by far one of the most scenic and amazing trekkers paradise , the topography changes everyday of your trek and Oct is by far the best time to travel .

Travel tales is a small company with a big heart of gold,right from the moment they picked us up from Dehradun , we were completely taken care of in all respects, our mental and physical wellbeing became their primary concern,

all the living arrangements in the tents to the homestay were par excellence, food was to die for and the care they showered on all of us was outstanding, they shared so much information on the routes and the history of the place that i have come back enriched in so many ways .

Safety was paramount for them and i want to send a special note of thanks to Sachin and his team Jaichand, Durga, Jagdish, Mohan , surinder and DK sharma . i got a first hand experience of Hill hospitality and the genuine joy that they shared while taking care of us all . My women gang is over the moon . I would strongly recommend both Har ki Dun as a destination and Travel tales as a travel partner
Written October 21, 2020
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Jun 2018 • Friends
We are planning to trek for Har ki doon in the month of September, can we expect to see some snow cap mountains during this period? How is this place during mid of September
Written June 18, 2018
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Ludhiana, India142 contributions
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Dec 2014 • Friends
Har Ki Dun means God's own valley. Situated at a height of nearly 3550 mtrs, it is a cradle shaped valley famous for the mesmerising views of Swargarohini range.It is a 2 day trek from Taluka covering a distance of 26 lms.
First day you start from Taluka & cover a distance of 14 kms to reach Seema or Osla. Seema and Osla are situated on either side of River Supin. Seema has guest houses built by GMVN as well as Forest dept. while Osla is a beautiful village where one can easily find a homestay.
Next day walk for another 12 kms to reach this valley with enthralling views. GMVN & Forest dept has their guest houses here also.
Next day you can go to Jaundhar Glacier another 4 kms ahead.
Written May 2, 2015
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Chennai (Madras), India4,124 contributions
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Jun 2018 • Friends
This is a 7 nights and 8 days plan , Doon to Doon.
Day 1 was almost spent on driving from Dehradun to Sankri. We had our lunch break in a hotel at Cheema.Dehradun - Sankri is an all weather road, maintained quite well, all the upto Netwaar. Only the last 20 Km is bad. The scenic beauty all along the drive, particularly as you approach the Purola valley ; is very attractive. At Netwaar, the Forest Department will give you the permit/permission for trekking.
We spent the night at Sankri and that was a homestay with nice, hot pahadi dinner.
Day 2 : We took the 4 Wheel drive vehicle for reaching Taluka from Sankri. This is an exciting drive, but could put some on edge as the vehicle literally goes over the edge of the road, in many segments; though not uncommon in hill drives.
We began the trek from Taluka ( you would see the sign in Hindi that Harki Dun is 27Km). We were a group of 12, including the mule operators and kitchen staff.
The night halt was at Gangaad, the trek from Taluka to Gangaad took about 4 hours for those who walk/ trek fast and took as much as 7 hours who walked slowly. For first timers to trekking, this would be rated as moderately tough. The distance covered is about 8 Km.
Day 3 : Since it was raining, we decided to stay put at Gangaad.
Day 4 : This is the most exciting, beautiful and memorable experience of the journey to Harki Dun. The trek was from Gangaad to Seemadhra, about 14 Km. This stretch could be rated as tough for the first timers. But this stretch is packed with breathtaking views of the snow capped mountains, including Black Peak, the milky falls, the mesmerising views of the meadows on the banks of the rivers, lush green mountains without an inch of space uncovered by greenery and the unique fauna ; to name a few. It was 100% worth for all the effort to trek up all day to enjoy these beautiful gifts of the nature to us. The slowest among the group, with quite a bit of difficulties took about 10 hours to reach the camp. The experienced did it in about 6 hours.
Day 4 night was at the tent camp in Seemadhra.
Day 5: The trek to Harki Dun is about 6 Km ,but the last 900 meters is steep climbing, for those not used to such long haul ascend. At the top in Harki Dun, it's simply marvelous! The vast plains of the river with massive meadows surrounded by snowy mountains and the camp sites on the banks of the stream; everything was like a picture post, straight out of a Hollywood or a Bollywood shoot !.
Day 5 night was at the tent camp.
Day 6 : The decend began and it took less time to come back to Gangaad, although it was the same distance of 14KM. In some places, the descend is tough as it's very steep climb down, particularly at the bridge near Seema.
Day 6 night was at Gangaad.
Day 7 : The final stretch of the trek from Gangaad back to Taluka was much easier, though I was extremely tiered, but we did it in about 5 hours, while the fasters and the mules covered it in about 3+ hours. We had the vehicle reserved for us at Taluka to drive back to Sankri.
Day 7 night was back at the homestay in Sankri with amazing food and Bhuransh juice !!
Day 8 : We left Sankri early and we were into Dehradun by 1.30PM. We had breakfast at Purola. The Aaloo-Pyaj Parathas were excellent !
Wow! What a trek it was !! I was amazed at the fact that the entire stretch of these 57 Kms I trekked had almost zero plastic waste !! Hats off to the responsible trekkers !! Its so nice to see such a clean trek route !!
Although the Forest folks have marked the trek distance as 27KM one-way from Taluka, the actual distance would be well over 28KM one-way, considering the changes on the route due to landslides etc.
I would anyday rate this as a must do activity in the life, if your body is fit and is willing to cooperate !!
PS: Few tips :
1. Travel as light as you can. It's tough to carry heavy backbags and the mules may not have additional space to accommodate your stuff.
2) Nothing ( not even Jio) works beyond Sankri. There are less than 30% chances that Vodafone or BSNL network may work at Sankri. Airtel drops dead after Purola while going up from Dehradun. It's best to post the " out of office" notices well in advance for emails.
3) Most organised trekking companies have wireless systems for intra group communication on the hills.
4) There are two VSAT based dialup for voice calls, incase of extreme emergency; one at the Gangaad village and the other VSAT at Osla village. But the chances that both these links are down/ broken is as high as 70% !!
5) Since electricity is the ultimate luxury and the most precious resource during these 8 days, it's best to plan the mobile phone usage/ camera usage based on the size of the battery bank. Some trekking groups have adequate solar chargers.
6) Move your back to the wall of the hill/rocks completely when the convoy of mules are passing by.
7) Carry an empty water bottle , there are plenty of places to fill the spring water. The water is bit heavy, it does create gas in the tummy and suppresses the hunger.

Welcome to Har Ki Dun !!!
Written July 10, 2018
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soul'd out
Noida, India4 contributions
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Apr 2019 • Friends
We started from delhi & went to Hill Depot in Dehradun, the best way is to wait for Uttarakhand Roadways bus that takes you to Sankri(a kinda transit point from where more than 12 most famous all weather treks start also a place thats kinda abandoned by Govt of India with no. Phone network,not even a pco, no atms for travellers). You'll reach Sankri by around 5pm. Uttarakhand Roadways bus is far reliable & safe than those private buses tht you'll get from the same place in dehradun but their quality is so pathetic that you may want to buy few more life insurance policies b4 boarding them.

Sankri is a small hamlet, the best place to have lunch or dinner is Ramesh Gurung's dhaba at the station that serves most economical & tasty meals. Its a paradise for non veg as you can have 2 course meal for 3 people for around 300 bucks. For stay you can choose any hotel as they all are same (lacking basic customer service) also staying at some homestay in taluka village ( thats from the trek begins, the last connectivity to road, around 1 hr in jeep from sankri coz of awful road) can b a good idea as most of the locals charge far less than the hotels in Sankri.

Before i talk about the trek, I'll talk about the local culture. Being a Garhwali, I kinda find this place different from rest of the Garhwal. The people here appears more like Himanchali perhaps as himanchal is only few Kms from here. Also they speak garhwali but the dialect is nowhere near to Garhwali in chamoli, Pauri or Tehri dialects. Most of them pray Someshwar Mahadev (a form of Lord Shiva). The houses in the villages( taluka, Gangaad & Osla ) look like based on Himanchali architecture (all wooden houses). People are are most simple & docile, humble & very helpful (like everywhere in Uttarakhand except Kedarnath, Haridwar).

Day 1,Total travel 10 km on that day - We began our trek at 11 am from Taluka, as we dont carry porter( our trekking principle) hence we were a bit slow than the other trekkers. We usually carry more than 13kg per head including our sleeping bags & tents. The trek is along side River Tons( one of the tributaries of Yamuna).
In the beginning for around 4 kms its kinda moderate but after that it begins to ascend ( you'll find 1 small shop till this point which'll offer you snacks & maggi only). We met 2 French lads who were siblings & were heading to the Har Ki Doon Summit. They kinda strode(may b coz we were moving in a crawling speed) & soon they were no where to be seen. After this you'll have to climb for around 4 kms(1 more small shop with snacks & maggi) then you'll find 1 more shop in middle of a jungle( same items to eat). By around 6 we reachd Gangaad village & decide to Camp next to Yes Boss guest house where we has chicken for dinner & the dinner, breakfast & tea for next morning costed us 600 rupees( 3 people).

Day2- total distance traveled 11 kms

We started from Gangaad by around 9 & planned for Har Ki Doon Summit on the same date. Me being a seasoned Trekker started with a bang & was way faster than my comrades but after around 3 kms (when i couldn't see my mates anywhere) i had to stop & wait for them to come.

For one of my mate it was his first trek so he was not as fast as I was & the other one was also accompanying him(i was dead slow during my first trek which was Tunghnath).

After may be first 3 km we find one shop( same snacks & maggi) but as usual we didn't have anything coz our goal for that day was the Summit. We filled some water in our bottle & mixed the Gloucose & ORS packets. We bypassed Osla Village & reached Seema Forest Check post by around 12 noon from where we crossed the last Jhoola Pul (bridge) from where one route goes to Ruinsara & another to Har Ki Doon the total distance from Gangaad till that bridge was around 4 kms.

After that bridge started an uphill ascend for around next 7 kms( 2 shops in between with same food options) & then we met the same French Lads who we met yesterday. They asked what our goal for that day was ( which by that time changed from Summit to basecamp coz of our crawling speed). I kinda got a sigh of relief when one of the lads said that we are almost there(at the basecamp). We had a casual chat with them for around 5 min when they shared that they've aborted their mission for Summit coz of bad stomach & they then headed to their homestay in Osla. Finally after may b 30 minutes we reached The basecamp for Har ki Dun. As usual I was ahead my mates so i started galloping towards the camp expecting I ll get some shops to have some proper meal. It turned to be a different story when I reached there as the shop was closed. I found an IndiaHike's camp & asked for food from their staff to which they politely declined stating they have limited supply for everything & we should have hired a guide who could have done proper arrangement for our food. But the guys from IndiaHike were far more helpful than what we thought, they helped us in setting fire & helped us in preparing our lunch (by 4 PM we had our lunch) & then the staff from Indiahike called us to play a match of cricket ( their fav. Time pass & exercise coz of no electricity).Narayan Singh Panwar looked like some Aaryan born in Sankri region told us that cricket is what they try to play in the evening when there is no trekking group in their camp. They shared that IndiaHike has very strict policy due to their environmental principals & that why the first half of their day goes in cleaning of camps, sleeping bags & garbage segregation (Indiahike's dont promote packed food like biscuits, maggi because of the fact that it'll increases the plastic usage as everything is packed in plastic, also every ounce of garbage that they produce is send back to sankri for proper disposal). Great to see that there is someone who cares for Mother Nature like we do( we carry our own disposal bags to bring back our plastic & tetra pack waste). The cricket match was awesome & the difference us & the bhullas was clearly visible.( none of us except me scored a four where in the Bhullas were only dealing in fours & sixes). At night the Indiahike staffs (bhullas) again helped us to set fire & then we cooked our half cooked meal. They were kind enough to aak if we needed any help but we somehow managed without their help. Then we went to sleep thinking next morning we'll start early for the Summit.

Day 3-total distance travelled 14 km.

We thought of starting early but started around 8 (thanx to me for getting up late.. Lol) For next 1.5 km it was steep ascend & then it was descend. We kept on walking & on our way we kept on seeing snow clad peaks. We found a waterfall & a shop ( closed the only shop we found on day 3). We kept on walking without any clue of the Summit & finally I gave up ( we didn't find any traveller except those French lads so it kinda hit our morale as there was nobody to tell us that we are so near to the Summit). My mates on the other hand were more patient than me & they decided to try for around 100 metres more to find any clue of the Summit. I was waiting for them to return & all of a sudden i saw 3 people. A guide with 2 English Gals both were siblings. The guide said the Summit is around 1.5 miles more to go but its all ascend. I gather some courage & started walking behind them & on my way found me mates who were not bothered about Summit anymore & were busy in clicking snaps. Those 2 girls on the other hands were trekking like professionals & we were looking rookies in front of them. The last 2 kms was all snow & I has to get extra cautious as I didn't carry proper snow shoes like my mates. Finally we reached Har Ki Dun Summit & the feeling was like that of Winning some battle or Triumphing K2 or Kanchenjunga if not Everest. Onone side I could see Swargarohini (The Stairway to heaven that Pandavas took as per our Hindu Mythology) in front of me & on the other side Jaundhar Glacier. I felt like being in Ice Age coz of all snow till I could see. The view in front of my eyes was unimaginable. Then we head back to the base camp & had plan to leave for Osla village on the same day but on our way back we faced heavy rain which changed our decision & we decided to stay at base camp.

When we reached base camp we say more than 20 new tents which was incredible as ours were the only tent when we left in the morning. We were told its a group from Trek The Himalayas & Geo Expedition. Also the shopkeeper came on that day coz of the tourists inflow. We ordered our dinner & slept thinking we'll start by 4 am on day 4 & would reach Sankri till around 12 noon to catch a shared vehicle till Dehradun.

Day 4- Distance travelled 21 km.

We started at around 6 am coz we couldn't dismantle our tent properly & finally it was done by the instructor from Trek the Himalayas. While coming back its all descend so we knew we'll be able to cover the distance till Taluka in 1 day.

We halted at Gangaad for breakfast around 10 & there we met those English sisters who also were leaving for Sankri. We spoke to their Guide who agreed on sharing ride from Taluka till Sankri which would have helped in cutting down on our travel expenses.

The girls again were striding towards Taluka which made us look like rookies ( we still have around 13kgs /head). We reached taluka around 2 & boarded our jeep on sharing basis till Sankri.

The trek was made special by the Staff of India Hikes. Employees like them are a boon for any company. Thanks to Narayan Singh Panwar (India Hikes & his 3 other colleagues) who taught us new aspects of Life.

Jai Badri Vishal..... \m/
Written April 28, 2019
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dr sbsuresh
Mysuru (Mysore), India77 contributions
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May 2016 • Solo
the most important thing in planning himalayan trekking is to select good month and search for good tour operator as safety is most imp for tourist in this type of treks
1- april and may are preferred
2- we opted for GIO adventures - good helpful staff, good food and accommodation, ratio of guests to guide is 1 to 6-8 ,
3- moderate to dif trek
4- journey from dehradun to sankri is very tiresome - have light b/f and avoid alcohol the previous night , take frequent fluids
5-request for porter to carry your 4 days bag rs 1250/ worth it if you can not carry on your own
6- day pack - always keep 1 poncho, rainproof jacket and wear rain proof trouser and dry fit t shirt , chocolate, dry fruits no need to carry water as you get plenty of pure river water on the way
7- 1st day is difficult for beginners as we have to cover 16 kms - there is an option for customized trip from gio for additional amount , recommended if you have 1-2 days extra
8- please visit gio for detailed itinerary
9- you would really enjoy the trek once you reach HKD
10- visit swarga rohini - must do activity
11- you can request for forest dept rooms for extra amount if do not want to stay in tent

wild orchid inn at sankri is good accommodation compared to GMVN guest house

on the way back make time to visit Robbers cave at dehradun
please discuss with tour operator if you have any medical condition as this is mod to dif trek
very imp to keep - torch with extra batteries or head light and power charger
Written June 17, 2016
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Nikhil R
Mumbai, India25 contributions
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Apr 2019
The season we opted was extended winters,,, The Team Leaders we choose were Locals... The group we got was more awsum than us... Inevitably, we gotta WIN WIN combo - and results were stunning, mind blowing, worth re-living, cherishing forever, in short... You Must Better Experience it!!!

Day1: So here we go... Dehradun being the closest airport was chosen... a day spent there around Auspicious Ganga River and Haridwar - Rishikesh. Next day early morning, Scorpio arrived, we took 7 hours en route Mussoorie, arrived at Sankri - a base camp for Kedarkantha and Har ki Dun Treks. We stayed in basic 2 floor hotel, best what we seen around...

Day 2: After Sankri, you loose all connectivity with material world... Firstly Mobile range, then full coverage electricity... and convenient motor-able roads too... Now, you suit yourself like localities do... So, Next day Early Morning, Sumo Jeep took us off riding till Taluk in 1.30 hours... Hereon, a Real Trail Starts.

You would find many enthu trekkers starting here, and you keep meeting them enroute, depending your speed and haults. En route, you pass through small villages like Datmir, Gangad.. and end your day at Seema... Off course not without unforgettable and inevitable local dhaba (Food Joints) breaks. On this route through Deep Pine and Chinar Trees, Supin River flows to your left - almost through-out - talking with you - telling you the stories of the Mountain Caps that you are seeing... But.. hiding the climax.

Day 3: Already tasted long 12/14 kms yesterday, gear yourself for the tougher one now.. A team of 5-6 working throughout, always encouraging us, telling us about their local cultures, sometimes carrying our bags, apart from lifting full campsite and foods and medicines and backups and what not, offcourse, Khacchars (Donkey+Horse Combo) shares much more loads, but just could speak. So, this trail, mostly steep, starts showing you Himalayan Range. By now, snow caps becomes snow laden full scoop and some snow comes to your feet... Leaving behind Osla Village somewhere on your Left sky, you end up on a plato known as Kalkatiya Dhar... You are provided a much needed hot food and sleeping bag... and you realise - you require nothing beyond. Everything else is Maayaa!!! hehehe!!!

Day 4: Charge your Mobile n Cameras fully, you cant afford to miss a masterpiece, wont you? Every turn opens up a new canvas, every break gives you sense of your breath and existence... Here, You start realizing your limitations... Here is the time to start thinking... within yourself... Welcome to Land of Gods!!!

Very soon, you start walking in 1 feet deep snow, climb up n down, cross frozen river, then walking beside her, this last one is a dream stretch... this 1 hour is unforgettable. Now you start seeing a innocent and purest soul - A Shiv Ling. That's where your final destination is. To take a kings stone type rock and face towards Swarga Rohini and the Valley Down. This is Breath Taking... Beyond Imagination... Completely Divine... Makes you spell bound... You are Closest to yourself - if not here, then no where else. Murmure whatever with closed eyes - you would hear it as noise... Its that class Nirvanaa prevails here. Trust me, you needs to be destined to visit here. Well, Govt has stopped night stays here so we returned back to Kalkatiya Dhar - with extreme affection towards what we gonna cherish throughout our life.

Day 5: Its not a round trek, so Arrangers just takes us through different routes to keep us going... But, story doesnt end here. We got a bonus. We got a rare chance to visit OSLA and Pouniya Village and be a part of their local rituals - these villagers claims to be ancestors of Pandavas and we were super happy to see there contentment in smallest things. It was so adhoc and smoother... Har ki Dun can not complete without you visiting and helping these pure heart villagers. We spend a night here.

Day 6: Having got much more than what we desire, we rush back straight to Dehradun, mind it - you need to reach Sankri before 12am to achieve this. And back home next day noon.

Note - 1. Dehradun to Sankri Travels costs more than Entire Trek Costs, and i found it completely unjustifiable.
2. Try Locals, give them more because they really really gets less, i have verified the facts.
3. Its Amaeture Trek, So a Must Do for a Himalayan Starter. For others, its a leisure trip, nothing too hard.

More than a Review, i just penned my feelings friends. You need any help on this, i would love to assist with the Best teams i know there.
Written November 28, 2019
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Bengaluru, India32 contributions
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May 2019 • Family
I along with my husband and teenaged daughter decided to trek har-ki-dun as it was rated as easy/moderate trek. We both are 50+ and hence was very careful in choosing a trek suitable for us. We choose to go with Himalaya Shelters after checking other tour operators as they have an office at Dehradun and belong to that place. I was also very particular that the group should not be more than 10 as I may not be able to keep pace with youngsters.

We were picked up from Dehradun, two more were picked from Masoorie. We were a group of six. We reached Sankari by evening. A group 25 school children along with elders also joined us. But Mr. Rana provided us a seperate guide. We were provided accommodation in a resort and very scenic. The food provided was local Vegetarian and tasty. We started next day morning to Taluka in a jeep, the staring point of our trek.

Har-ki-dun is 27 km trek from here. The first day's trek was comfortable as we were passsing through thick forest and with not much steep climb. We reached our camping site by evening and our tents were ready.

We started from Ganghar, the next day morning and most of trek was in open and had steep climb. But I was able to complete the 5km trek with out much trouble.

Next day morning we started early as we need to trek to the start of har-ki-dun valley and back. The trek was moderate level and the last point was still snow covered and all of us enjoyed. We reached back our campsite by evening.

Next day we started our trek back passing through Osla village and at camping Ganghar. The next day we reached Taluka to complete the trek successfully. Our family enjoyed the whole trekking experience due to the arrangements made by the organisers.

We had prepared for this trek by walking every day approximately 9km and climbing steps.Since it was summer we could manage with light winter jacket.
Written May 23, 2019
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Pune, India93 contributions
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Jun 2018 • Friends
I did this trek twice and both the times it was just before Monsoons. The whole valley turns green and its very surreal to experience the whole path. I got to see the beautiful sky filled with infinite stars each day, slept in the tents with sound of river flowing so near ,waking up to views of snow capped mountains and no mobile networks to care what is going on in the world.It has been a memorable experience and I was lucky to do this twice. Our organizer was High on Himalayas - Mr Chaman Rawat ( +91 94567-42858/ +91 75790-47148/+91 94107-10771 ). You can get in touch with them if you are planning a trek to Har Ki Dun.
Written December 26, 2018
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Tirthank R
Vadodara, India43 contributions
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Nov 2018 • Couples
Firstly this is a moderate difficult trek where you start from Sankri village which happens to be your base camp on day 1. You walk for 6-7 kms daily except on the day of sumit where you walk around 16 kms ( 8kms ascend +8 descend) which is taxing sometimes.Howver the view that this valley offers is phenomenal.. It can get really cold in winters so carry three layers ( dry fits+ woolen + fleece jacket + down jacket) ... carry a pair of woolen socks too as it will help you to beat cold.
Written November 13, 2018
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