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Har Ki Dun

8,999

Service Tax @ 5% (GST)
Add Ons
 + FTG (Refundable*): ₹ 3,000
 + Single Accommodation: ₹ 2,000
 + Backpack Offloading: ₹ 2,100

Inclusion:
  Free Trekking Gear (FTG)
  Accommodation
  Meals
  High Rated Equipments
  All Permits
  Expert Trek Leader & Guide

Exclusion:
  Expenses to and from the base camp
Batch Availability
october
08/10/2022 - 14/10/2022 (Available)
09/10/2022 - 15/10/2022 (Full)
15/10/2022 - 21/10/2022 (Available)
16/10/2022 - 22/10/2022 (Full)
22/10/2022 - 28/10/2022 (Available)
27/10/2022 - 02/11/2022 (Available)
29/10/2022 - 04/11/2022 (Full)
november
05/11/2022 - 11/11/2022 (Available)
12/11/2022 - 18/11/2022 (Available)
 Region: Uttarakhand
 District: Uttarkashi
 Duration: 7 Days
 Difficulty Level: moderate
 Highest Altitude: 11,768 ft / 3,587 m
 Trekking Distance: 48 Km
 Temperature: In summer- Day time temperature: 8°C to 15°C and Night time temperature: 0°C to 7°C. In winter (December - January) - Day time temperature: -2°C to 5°C and Night time temperature: -10°C to -5°C

Har-Ki-Dun is one of the most attractive among Uttarakhand’s trekking destinations in the Western Himalayas. The valley of Har-Ki-Dun is located at the base of Fateh Parvat, at an elevation of 11,768 feet. A joy for trekkers, both in summer and winter, this valley is accessible through “Govind National Park” known for its rich variety of flora and fauna. The trek is age-old and steeped in legends. The mountains of Garhwal come with dramatic formations and diverse geographic regions. Streams of crystal-clear rivers formed by the melting of glaciers, lush green meadows, hamlets, pine forests, and rugged terrain form the varied topography of this region. But it is perhaps the mythological aspect of the Har-Ki-Dun trek that makes this onerous journey more special. Owing to its isolation, this area is a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers. It would be a heavenly experience to trek along the “Valley of Gods”, and follow the trail once beaten by Pandavas on their way to the heavens via Swargarohini, the mountain that dominates the Har-Ki-Dun valley. So how closer you come to the heavens is quite impossible to say, but the panorama of the gorgeous settings amid the snow-clad peaks would be no less than a divine experience. This is the only valley from where you can see Godly Peaks like Swargarohini- I, II, III, Bandarpoonch, and Black Peak, all together. You can also see the beautiful Ruinsara Peaks from here. There is a chance to see the various species of birds and mammals growing in this region. You can also see a number of languors near Puani Garaat. Har-Ki-Dun trek is heaven for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and also shutterbugs.

Best Time to Visit: Har-Ki-Dun Trek is best for all the year to visit. The best time to visit Har-Ki-Dun is in the summers (April-June) and winters (October-December).



Trek Itinerary

Day 1: Reach at Sankri (7,953 ft.); 200 Km drive from Dehradun

Drive to Sankri from Dehradun is an enchanting hill drive of 8-9 hours stretching over a 200 Km ride via Mussoorie, Damta, Naugaon, Purola, Mori, and Naitwar. Sankri is our base camp. It is a small but pretty and quiet village in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand and the last road head to Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. You will go across beautiful valleys and forest cover throughout the journey. Stay will be in the Guest House/Camp/Home Stay on a sharing basis. The trail will commence the next morning at 07:00 AM with a healthy breakfast and a brief session of the Har-Ki-Dun trek by the Trekkaro team.

Transport will be arranged at an additional cost from Dehradun Railway station to Sankri at 06:30 AM. Cost of the cab – Rs. 6,500/- per vehicle.

Day 2: Drive from Sankri to Taluka (7,953 ft.). Trek from Taluka to Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.); 10 Km, 6-7 hours

The trek begins from Taluka followed by a 10 Km trek to Puani Garaat which takes about 6 hours to reach there. After an initial trek to a valley along River Supin, you follow a path that would be interspersed with forests and bridges. No music can ever come close to what is at play here. Another hour of the trek and you reach a bridge on a tributary of the Supin river. You’ll find a camping ground as you cross this bridge. After some more climbing, walking, and crossing a few more bridges, you’d reach Gangaad, a hamlet with few inhabitants. Green vegetation, wild orchids, and majestic views of the impressive peaks would highlight, and at the same time, soothe this arduous trek. Overnight stay at Puani Garaat.

Day 3: Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.) to Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft. appx); 8 Km, 6 hours

The day begins with a short trek along the river that takes you to Osla, a small village about 8,500 ft. above sea level; this village has a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The architecture of this temple is a miracle in itself. You may spend some time here and explore the village before moving on. There is one STD also in Osla but phone connectivity depends entirely on the weather. As you begin your trek from Osla, you would find steep terrain as well as level grounds. You’d have crossed two streams, with the second one having a wooden bridge for trekkers to walk over it. Subsequently, as you proceed ahead of a mountain bend, a series of grasslands would follow. Some of these have been used for cultivation at some point in time. With the incline increasing gradually, you would find several huge boulders and tracts of grass. After crossing two more meadows, just below the valley over Supin, you’ll find a wooden bridge that leads you to the grasslands of Dev Thach, Bali Pass, and Ruinsara River. Walking past the wheat fields, you move to the inhabited areas as your trail ascends over the confluence of Ruinsara and Supin. From this vantage point, you will see the majestic views of Black Peak and Bandarpoonch. By the evening, you would reach your campsite Kalkatiyadhaar which takes about 6 hours.

Day 4: Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft.) to Har-Ki-dun (11,768 ft.) and back to Kalkatiyadhaar; 10 Km, 8-9 hours

The trek from Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-Dun is 5 Km where you’d gain an elevation of 2,812 ft. On your right, you come across the pastures of Dev Thach, just where the two rivers meet. From this point, the valley bifurcates into two, with Har-Ki-Dun on the left and Ruinsara Taal, Bali Pass on the right. On your way, you could now have a glance at the peak of Har-Ki-Dun and Hata Peak. The grasslands and pine forests would give way to a small waterfall, and from here, a steep climbing for minutes would lead you to level land, with patches of snow becoming more and more prominent all along your path. Some more climbing would take you to a forest stretch with a gradual incline. Once you reach Har-Ki-Dun after crossing a wooden bridge, you’d see the valley divided into two by a rivulet. The valley towards your left is going to Maninda Taal and Borasu Pass and the other; is to Jaundar Glacier. This would include the proximate views of Swargarohini peaks and Jaundar Glacier. After spending some time at Har Ki Dun, we will return to Kalkatiyadhaar camp.

Day 5: Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft.) to Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.); 8 Km, 5 hours

Trekking back to the village Puani Garaat would pass through Osla, this downhill trek would involve descending about 3,500 ft. in 5 hours. Wake up comfortably as the day is easy and start your 8 km of the trek after having breakfast. The mesmerizing beauty of the Himalayas would always be encouraging and you would find several vantage points to capture the eternal charm of the snow-clad peaks. Camp at Puani Garaat.

Day 6: Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.) to Taluka (7,953 ft.); drive to Sankri from Taluka; 10 Km, 5 hours

Today you will be heading towards Taluka from where it all started approximately 10 km long trail counting about 5 hours. The trail is all the way along the river. Follow a path that would be interspersed with forests and bridges. The way back to Taluka is easy with consistent descents. After reaching Taluka then drive to Sankri, and get settled in for an overnight stay in a guest house/camp/homestay. Roam around this quiet village and learn some words of the local language, this is appreciated and often results in getting more out of the experience.

Day 7: Drive to Dehradun from Sankri

Depart from Sankri early in the morning, preferably before 07:00 AM since the journey takes 7-8 hours. Transport will be arranged at an additional cost from Sankri to Dehradun Railway Station at 07:00 AM. Cost of cab – Rs. 6,500/- per vehicle.

Jolly Grant airport is located 25 kilometers from the city, serving Dehradun. Daily flight from Delhi to Dehradun.

Take the train from Delhi to Dehradun overnight

Nanda Devi Express(12205):- Departure:- 23:50; Arrival:- 05:40

Dehradun Express(12687):- Departure:- 21:10; Arrival:- 05:00

Regular bus service is available from Delhi (ISBT Kashmere Gate) to Dehradun. We suggest that you take only government buses from the ISBT Kashmere Gate. Private buses run from outside ISBT Kashmere Gate and they are not trustable.

Usually, the buses left you in the Dehradun ISBT. From there you have to come to Dehradun railway station via Ola/Uber Cab/Auto Rickshaw/Shared Three Wheeler.

There is only one bus run by the Uttarakhand Government on a daily basis from Dehradun Railway Station to Sankri. The timing of the bus: 08:00 AM. You would reach the Sankri by 06:00 PM.

• Backpack & Rain Cover (40-60 Litres)

• Trekking Shoes (included in FTG)

• Trekking Pole (included in FTG)

• LED Torch/Headlamp

• Two Water Bottle (one liter each)

• Basic Medications (or prescribed if any)

• Trekking Jacket (included in FTG)

• Three (Five in winter) Warm Layers

• Two trek pants (one Wear and one carry)

• Two collared t-shirts

• Thermals

• Sunglasses

• Sunscreen Lotion (SPF 50/70)

• Lip Balm (SPF 30)

• Sun cap

• Synthetic hand gloves

• Two pairs of Socks

• Raincoat/Ponchos

• Daypack (20 liters), if you opt to offload your backpack

• Toiletries

• Cutlery

• Plastic cover (for wet clothes)

• Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Passport, Aadhaar Card, Driving license, or voter's ID)

Q1. When is the ideal time to visit Har Ki Dun Trek?
A1. Except during the monsoon season, it is open all year (July and August). There will be more snow throughout the winter months (December to April).
Q2. How tough is the trek to Har Ki Dun?
A2. The difficulty of the Har Ki Dun trek varies from easy to moderate depending on the snow level; otherwise, it is a simple walk.
Q3. What level of fitness is required of the participants?
A3. The optimum level of fitness is usually necessary for any trek in order to enjoy it.
Q4. How cold does the Har Ki Dun trek actually get?
A4. The temperature is average for the first two days as you don’t find snow. After that, you can see the snow, but the sunshine is bright and the weather is clear throughout the day, but you must wear layers at night. The temperature will range from 10 to -8 degrees Celsius.
Q5. How far do we walk every day?
A5. The average daily walking distance is 4-5 kilometers, and trekkers finish in 5-6 hours. Walking will not be an issue for anyone due to the ease of the trek.
Q6. Who will take the lead and who all will go along with us?
A6. Treks are always led by a professional trek leader who has completed a basic and advanced mountaineering course and is trained in first aid, as well as one local guide, chef, assistant, porter, and other personnel.
Q7. What is the size of the groups?
A7. Normally, we accept a maximum of 20 trekkers in one batch, including men and women. We require a minimum of 6 persons to execute a fixed departure, however, group size is unimportant for private treks.
Q8. I am the only girl in trek, is it safe?
A8. Yes, the safety of the females is of the utmost importance to us. On treks, we constantly strive to provide a friendly environment. All of our guides and other support personnel are carefully selected for your travels. They are trustworthy and reliable, however, we would urge you to protect your personal items.
Q9. I am a female trekker who is travelling alone. Is it necessary for me to share a tent with a male?
A9. No, female trekkers share tents with other female trekkers, and the same is applicable to other trekkers.
Q10. How many trekkers will be sleeping in a single tent?
A10. We have four-person tents, however, three persons will share one tent.
Q11. What do we need to bring?
A11. Once you have booked your reservation, our team will give you the trek necessities list based on the trek.
Q12. I am unable to carry my luggage; can someone carry it for me?
A12. Yes, however, you must notify us 15 days in advance so that we can provide for a porter or mule.
Q13. What kind of shoes and jacket should I buy?
A13. At Trekkaro, you don’t need to buy or rent expensive trekking shoes as we are World’s only Free Trekking Gear Company. In Free Trekking Gear (FTG), we provide Decathlon Quechua Trek 100 Shoe, SH 100 Jacket (-10°C), Trekking Pole/Stick, Gaiters, and Micro Spikes.
Q14. What kind of food is given on a trek?
A14. We always serve Simple nutritious vegetarian food and eggs during the trek.
Q15. Where can I find clean drinking water while trekking?
A15. Himalayan water is considered pure and mineral water, however, to be on the safe side, we use it to boil water/chlorine tablets in our camps. During the trek, ask the trek leader or guide where to fill water bottles once.
Q16. What kind of ground transportation do you employ on your tours?
A16. We arrange Bolero, Max, Tempo Traveller or equivalent to that.
Q17. Will a doctor join the trek?
A17. No, however, our trek leaders are trained in "Wilderness First Aid" and are aware of high-attitude issues, and we carry a full first-aid kit and essential medications with us. Check your medical status before embarking on a trek, or get expert guidance if you believe you are unable to evaluate your own abilities.
Q18. Do you think I should bring any medications?
A18. Yes, it is always advisable to bring your own medication on any trek, regardless of whether the organizers provide it.
Q19. What is the minimum age to participate this trek?
A19. The minimum age requirement is 8 years old, while the maximum age depends on the trekker's fitness.
Q20. How can I make a reservation for a trek with you?
A20. After selecting the trek you want to go on, the first step is to fill out the booking form. Payment is required to finalize the reservation. To make it easier for you to book, all details will be emailed to you.
Q21. Can we modify the itinerary?
A21. However, regardless of the circumstances, the date of trek completion should always correspond with the planned schedule. Keep in mind that this is an adventure tour into the most remote location, where numerous unanticipated occurrences may need a change in schedule. In such instances, we or your trek leader would provide the best alternate schedule that is similar to your original itinerary.
Q22. Do you provide trek customization?
A22. Yes, if you want to travel independently, you are welcome to select any of the treks at your leisure and for any number of individuals. The cost of a private trek is determined by the number of people in the group, the location of the trek, the duration, and the type of trek.
Q23. Should I book my travel plan after registration?
A23. No. You should wait for a booking confirmation from the Trekkaro executive after registering. When you get it, complete your registration by paying the cost and booking your trip at the same time.

1- Free Trekking Gear: Shoes, Jacket(-10°C), and Pole.

2- Accommodation: Full-load camping arrangements on the mountain with a large mess tent and tables. Stay from Day 1 to Day 6 (Sankri to Sankri). In Sankri, Stay will be in a Guest House/Camp/Home Stay on sharing basis. You will camp on the trek (3 people per tent).

3- Meals: All meals during the trek starting with dinner on Day 1 till breakfast on Day 7. (Simple Nutritious Vegetarian food)
Tea/Coffee/Soups/Snacks will be served throughout.

4- Camping charges: All trekking permits and forest camping charges are included (if any).

5- Leaders & Guides: Trek leaders are assisted by certified and experienced local guides.

6- Trekking Equipment: High-quality tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, roped, microspikes, gaiters, etc. as required.

7- Safety Equipment: First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretchers, etc. will be available at all the campsites to deal with emergencies.

1- Transport to and from the base camp: We arrange shared taxis for trekkers from Dehradun Railway Station to Sankri and drop you back from Sankri. This will cost approx. Rs. 6,500/- one way per 5-6 seat vehicles (tentatively). You will have to share this value with the other trekkers.

2- Food during transit to and from the base camp.

3- Backpack offloading charges: Rs. 1,800/- for the full trek + 5% GST. The backpack cannot weigh more than 9 kg. Suitcases/trolleys/duffel bags will not be allowed. Please note that charges will vary for the last-minute offloading in case you decide to offload your bag after reaching Sankri.

4- Anything apart from inclusions.

Cancellation requests are not taken over the phone.

In case you wish to cancel your trek please e-mail us at info@trekkaro.com

1- Cancellations up to 21 days prior to departure date - 70% refund

2- Between 21 days to 14 days prior to departure - 50% refund

3- Between 14 days to 10 days prior to departure- 30% refund

4- Less than 10 days of departure – No refund or you can transfer your trek (same batch date & same trek) to your dear one.


Note:-

a) Change of trek batch date is dependent on the availability of seats in the batch.

b) In case of transferring a trek to your dear one, he/she should satisfy all the mandatory requirements laid down by Trekkaro.

c) Trekkaro holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice.

Refund Policy The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 working days.
If we have to cancel/suspend your trek before the date of departure or at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike, curfew, etc.), then you will get the TrekCash Voucher of the total fee you have paid to us and you can redeem it with lifetime validity on any trek but where this is of a higher price, you will be expected to pay the difference. The TrekCash voucher will be generated within 3 working days and sent to your email address by us.

Note: In the instance of exchanging a TrekCash Voucher to your dear one, he/she ought to fulfill all the obligatory necessities set around Trekkaro.

Trekkaro team will specifically ensure your safety with...

1. Daily oxygen saturation & pulse reading (if required in trek) We do treks which have a different environment than our daily life. We live in an environment where we less care about a healthy lifestyle. When it’s come to doing treks or surviving in a not-so-pure environment for more than a day our body should accept the changes. Oxygen saturation is the fraction of [oxygen]-saturated hemoglobin relative to total hemoglobin in the blood. So we ensure the specific balance of oxygen in your blood. Our team ensures the health condition by oxygen saturation and pulse reading before trekking so everyone should aware of their health.

2. Oxygen cylinders and medical kit When it comes to high-altitude trek the body doesn't get enough oxygen. It’s not always that you cannot survive in high-altitude treks but for a safer side if your body is not adjusted to the environment we are always ready with the oxygen cylinders. Our team member carries the portable oxygen cylinder and all the basic medicines on the trek.
To prevent high altitude conditions - do more exercise, cycle, and swim. The more you practice it’ll easier for you.

3. Stretchers on every campsite Although we are physically and mentally ready for the environment there are chances of accidents or uncertain things. In those situations, we have stretchers at every campsite so, in an emergency, the porter will safely drop you at base camp where we can do further treatment.

4. High-Quality Trek Gear and Equipment Trekkaro is the only trekking company in the world which is providing Free Trekking Gear (FTG) at no charge/rent only for use during the treks. Expensive FTG includes Decathlon Quechua Trek 100 Shoes, Quechua SH 100/300 Jackets, Hiking Pole/Stick, Gaiters, and Crampons. Now, before registering for the trek, there is no need to think about the expensive trekking gear, and also, do not need to buy or rent expensive trekking gear to go on a trek.

Trekkaro team will ensure you with quality tents and sleeping bags where you can survive in extreme cold. We provide sleeping bags that can hold cold up to -5 to -20 degrees Celsius. It’s always warmer in tents so we ensure you with quality shelter.
So even though we are ready for the storm you should tell us if anything bothers you regarding safety.

5. Radio (for communication between camps and guides) Our camps are a bit far from each other. But they connect through radio though the network is the issue in hills. Although you miss anything or the weather is not good or we need medical help from the base we can communicate through radios.

6. Technical team on all snowy slopes All the treks come up with an adventure. But safety is important in all trails and treks. Wherever we find risky slopes or areas we ensure the turn with the technical team. As we already mentioned earlier we have a well-trained team having knowledge of handling hustles in emergencies and even know how to take care of the trekkers.

When you take an adventurous trek with us, then be assured that whatever we do is more than your expectations. In fact, our wish to excel goes beyond the point where your boots hit the trail – it begins the moment that you get in contact with us, and it never ends. There is nothing more satisfying than hearing from our trekkers that they’ve just had “another trip of a lifetime with Trekkaro”.

Your Expectations

• Safety Of course, this is a non-negotiable. Safety is embedded in our business and it’s something that we take very seriously in all our treks. It's the primary reason we're very popular in just a year.

• Personalized Service, Care, and Attention to Detail For some organizations, this is, surprisingly, negotiable. But it isn’t for us. After safety, if we can do one thing right, every time, it’s to ensure that we sweat the small things.

• The Best Guides If you are already trekking with us, then you’d be forgiven for thinking our guides are superhuman. It doesn’t mean a feat to entertain, cook, guide, and facilitate, but our guides, handle it with grace, and all the while the attention is on you.

• The Best Itineraries It takes a lot of refinement to make a perfect trek, from dawn to dusk there are a lot of moving parts and the potential for things to go awry. For the last year, we’ve balanced on the tightrope of offering the right amount of activity, flexibility, and trek time. Whilst utilizing the best lodgings in the most unique places.

• Value We’re not in the business of making money and providing you with nothing. Our treks aren’t expensive, they represent excellent value for money, and for those seeking to maximize their time, there is no better way.

Our Expectations

It may come as a surprise, but the reality is that it is a two-way street (or trail), and you are ultimately responsible for the nature of the experience that you have with us. And not only that, but you also have an influence on the experience of others in your small group.

• Attitude This is your vacation, and the attitude that you bring will set the tone for your experience. We get that at times it’s difficult (we plan to challenge you) and we get that at times it’s a bit uncomfortable (this is not a cruise trip). All we ask you to keep an open mind, a big smile on your face, and readiness for the unexpected.

• Physical preparedness Our treks are designed for everyday people. You definitely don’t have to be an athlete, but to be fair to yourself and your group members, you do need to be ready. Worried about it? Do not stress it, our team is 100% dedicated to helping you pick the right trek, bring the right gear, and be physically and mentally prepared.

• Know who’s in charge As we’ve mentioned, you rightly expect when you join our trek to be in good, safe hands. For us to ensure the entire group’s safety, we suppose you, as our guest, to listen to your lead guide. They are the expert when it comes to decisions made on the trek.


Brief Description

 Region: Uttarakhand
 District: Uttarkashi
 Duration: 7 Days
 Difficulty Level: moderate
 Highest Altitude: 11,768 ft / 3,587 m
 Trekking Distance: 48 Km
 Temperature: In summer- Day time temperature: 8°C to 15°C and Night time temperature: 0°C to 7°C. In winter (December - January) - Day time temperature: -2°C to 5°C and Night time temperature: -10°C to -5°C

Har-Ki-Dun is one of the most attractive among Uttarakhand’s trekking destinations in the Western Himalayas. The valley of Har-Ki-Dun is located at the base of Fateh Parvat, at an elevation of 11,768 feet. A joy for trekkers, both in summer and winter, this valley is accessible through “Govind National Park” known for its rich variety of flora and fauna. The trek is age-old and steeped in legends. The mountains of Garhwal come with dramatic formations and diverse geographic regions. Streams of crystal-clear rivers formed by the melting of glaciers, lush green meadows, hamlets, pine forests, and rugged terrain form the varied topography of this region. But it is perhaps the mythological aspect of the Har-Ki-Dun trek that makes this onerous journey more special. Owing to its isolation, this area is a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers. It would be a heavenly experience to trek along the “Valley of Gods”, and follow the trail once beaten by Pandavas on their way to the heavens via Swargarohini, the mountain that dominates the Har-Ki-Dun valley. So how closer you come to the heavens is quite impossible to say, but the panorama of the gorgeous settings amid the snow-clad peaks would be no less than a divine experience. This is the only valley from where you can see Godly Peaks like Swargarohini- I, II, III, Bandarpoonch, and Black Peak, all together. You can also see the beautiful Ruinsara Peaks from here. There is a chance to see the various species of birds and mammals growing in this region. You can also see a number of languors near Puani Garaat. Har-Ki-Dun trek is heaven for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and also shutterbugs.

Best Time to Visit: Har-Ki-Dun Trek is best for all the year to visit. The best time to visit Har-Ki-Dun is in the summers (April-June) and winters (October-December).



Trek Itinerary

Day 1: Reach at Sankri (7,953 ft.); 200 Km drive from Dehradun

Drive to Sankri from Dehradun is an enchanting hill drive of 8-9 hours stretching over a 200 Km ride via Mussoorie, Damta, Naugaon, Purola, Mori, and Naitwar. Sankri is our base camp. It is a small but pretty and quiet village in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand and the last road head to Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. You will go across beautiful valleys and forest cover throughout the journey. Stay will be in the Guest House/Camp/Home Stay on a sharing basis. The trail will commence the next morning at 07:00 AM with a healthy breakfast and a brief session of the Har-Ki-Dun trek by the Trekkaro team.

Transport will be arranged at an additional cost from Dehradun Railway station to Sankri at 06:30 AM. Cost of the cab – Rs. 6,500/- per vehicle.

Day 2: Drive from Sankri to Taluka (7,953 ft.). Trek from Taluka to Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.); 10 Km, 6-7 hours

The trek begins from Taluka followed by a 10 Km trek to Puani Garaat which takes about 6 hours to reach there. After an initial trek to a valley along River Supin, you follow a path that would be interspersed with forests and bridges. No music can ever come close to what is at play here. Another hour of the trek and you reach a bridge on a tributary of the Supin river. You’ll find a camping ground as you cross this bridge. After some more climbing, walking, and crossing a few more bridges, you’d reach Gangaad, a hamlet with few inhabitants. Green vegetation, wild orchids, and majestic views of the impressive peaks would highlight, and at the same time, soothe this arduous trek. Overnight stay at Puani Garaat.

Day 3: Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.) to Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft. appx); 8 Km, 6 hours

The day begins with a short trek along the river that takes you to Osla, a small village about 8,500 ft. above sea level; this village has a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The architecture of this temple is a miracle in itself. You may spend some time here and explore the village before moving on. There is one STD also in Osla but phone connectivity depends entirely on the weather. As you begin your trek from Osla, you would find steep terrain as well as level grounds. You’d have crossed two streams, with the second one having a wooden bridge for trekkers to walk over it. Subsequently, as you proceed ahead of a mountain bend, a series of grasslands would follow. Some of these have been used for cultivation at some point in time. With the incline increasing gradually, you would find several huge boulders and tracts of grass. After crossing two more meadows, just below the valley over Supin, you’ll find a wooden bridge that leads you to the grasslands of Dev Thach, Bali Pass, and Ruinsara River. Walking past the wheat fields, you move to the inhabited areas as your trail ascends over the confluence of Ruinsara and Supin. From this vantage point, you will see the majestic views of Black Peak and Bandarpoonch. By the evening, you would reach your campsite Kalkatiyadhaar which takes about 6 hours.

Day 4: Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft.) to Har-Ki-dun (11,768 ft.) and back to Kalkatiyadhaar; 10 Km, 8-9 hours

The trek from Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-Dun is 5 Km where you’d gain an elevation of 2,812 ft. On your right, you come across the pastures of Dev Thach, just where the two rivers meet. From this point, the valley bifurcates into two, with Har-Ki-Dun on the left and Ruinsara Taal, Bali Pass on the right. On your way, you could now have a glance at the peak of Har-Ki-Dun and Hata Peak. The grasslands and pine forests would give way to a small waterfall, and from here, a steep climbing for minutes would lead you to level land, with patches of snow becoming more and more prominent all along your path. Some more climbing would take you to a forest stretch with a gradual incline. Once you reach Har-Ki-Dun after crossing a wooden bridge, you’d see the valley divided into two by a rivulet. The valley towards your left is going to Maninda Taal and Borasu Pass and the other; is to Jaundar Glacier. This would include the proximate views of Swargarohini peaks and Jaundar Glacier. After spending some time at Har Ki Dun, we will return to Kalkatiyadhaar camp.

Day 5: Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft.) to Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.); 8 Km, 5 hours

Trekking back to the village Puani Garaat would pass through Osla, this downhill trek would involve descending about 3,500 ft. in 5 hours. Wake up comfortably as the day is easy and start your 8 km of the trek after having breakfast. The mesmerizing beauty of the Himalayas would always be encouraging and you would find several vantage points to capture the eternal charm of the snow-clad peaks. Camp at Puani Garaat.

Day 6: Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.) to Taluka (7,953 ft.); drive to Sankri from Taluka; 10 Km, 5 hours

Today you will be heading towards Taluka from where it all started approximately 10 km long trail counting about 5 hours. The trail is all the way along the river. Follow a path that would be interspersed with forests and bridges. The way back to Taluka is easy with consistent descents. After reaching Taluka then drive to Sankri, and get settled in for an overnight stay in a guest house/camp/homestay. Roam around this quiet village and learn some words of the local language, this is appreciated and often results in getting more out of the experience.

Day 7: Drive to Dehradun from Sankri

Depart from Sankri early in the morning, preferably before 07:00 AM since the journey takes 7-8 hours. Transport will be arranged at an additional cost from Sankri to Dehradun Railway Station at 07:00 AM. Cost of cab – Rs. 6,500/- per vehicle.


How To Reach

Jolly Grant airport is located 25 kilometers from the city, serving Dehradun. Daily flight from Delhi to Dehradun.

Take the train from Delhi to Dehradun overnight

Nanda Devi Express(12205):- Departure:- 23:50; Arrival:- 05:40

Dehradun Express(12687):- Departure:- 21:10; Arrival:- 05:00

Regular bus service is available from Delhi (ISBT Kashmere Gate) to Dehradun. We suggest that you take only government buses from the ISBT Kashmere Gate. Private buses run from outside ISBT Kashmere Gate and they are not trustable.

Usually, the buses left you in the Dehradun ISBT. From there you have to come to Dehradun railway station via Ola/Uber Cab/Auto Rickshaw/Shared Three Wheeler.

There is only one bus run by the Uttarakhand Government on a daily basis from Dehradun Railway Station to Sankri. The timing of the bus: 08:00 AM. You would reach the Sankri by 06:00 PM.


Things To Carry

• Backpack & Rain Cover (40-60 Litres)

• Trekking Shoes (included in FTG)

• Trekking Pole (included in FTG)

• LED Torch/Headlamp

• Two Water Bottle (one liter each)

• Basic Medications (or prescribed if any)

• Trekking Jacket (included in FTG)

• Three (Five in winter) Warm Layers

• Two trek pants (one Wear and one carry)

• Two collared t-shirts

• Thermals

• Sunglasses

• Sunscreen Lotion (SPF 50/70)

• Lip Balm (SPF 30)

• Sun cap

• Synthetic hand gloves

• Two pairs of Socks

• Raincoat/Ponchos

• Daypack (20 liters), if you opt to offload your backpack

• Toiletries

• Cutlery

• Plastic cover (for wet clothes)

• Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Passport, Aadhaar Card, Driving license, or voter's ID)


FAQ's

Q1. When is the ideal time to visit Har Ki Dun Trek?
A1. Except during the monsoon season, it is open all year (July and August). There will be more snow throughout the winter months (December to April).
Q2. How tough is the trek to Har Ki Dun?
A2. The difficulty of the Har Ki Dun trek varies from easy to moderate depending on the snow level; otherwise, it is a simple walk.
Q3. What level of fitness is required of the participants?
A3. The optimum level of fitness is usually necessary for any trek in order to enjoy it.
Q4. How cold does the Har Ki Dun trek actually get?
A4. The temperature is average for the first two days as you don’t find snow. After that, you can see the snow, but the sunshine is bright and the weather is clear throughout the day, but you must wear layers at night. The temperature will range from 10 to -8 degrees Celsius.
Q5. How far do we walk every day?
A5. The average daily walking distance is 4-5 kilometers, and trekkers finish in 5-6 hours. Walking will not be an issue for anyone due to the ease of the trek.
Q6. Who will take the lead and who all will go along with us?
A6. Treks are always led by a professional trek leader who has completed a basic and advanced mountaineering course and is trained in first aid, as well as one local guide, chef, assistant, porter, and other personnel.
Q7. What is the size of the groups?
A7. Normally, we accept a maximum of 20 trekkers in one batch, including men and women. We require a minimum of 6 persons to execute a fixed departure, however, group size is unimportant for private treks.
Q8. I am the only girl in trek, is it safe?
A8. Yes, the safety of the females is of the utmost importance to us. On treks, we constantly strive to provide a friendly environment. All of our guides and other support personnel are carefully selected for your travels. They are trustworthy and reliable, however, we would urge you to protect your personal items.
Q9. I am a female trekker who is travelling alone. Is it necessary for me to share a tent with a male?
A9. No, female trekkers share tents with other female trekkers, and the same is applicable to other trekkers.
Q10. How many trekkers will be sleeping in a single tent?
A10. We have four-person tents, however, three persons will share one tent.
Q11. What do we need to bring?
A11. Once you have booked your reservation, our team will give you the trek necessities list based on the trek.
Q12. I am unable to carry my luggage; can someone carry it for me?
A12. Yes, however, you must notify us 15 days in advance so that we can provide for a porter or mule.
Q13. What kind of shoes and jacket should I buy?
A13. At Trekkaro, you don’t need to buy or rent expensive trekking shoes as we are World’s only Free Trekking Gear Company. In Free Trekking Gear (FTG), we provide Decathlon Quechua Trek 100 Shoe, SH 100 Jacket (-10°C), Trekking Pole/Stick, Gaiters, and Micro Spikes.
Q14. What kind of food is given on a trek?
A14. We always serve Simple nutritious vegetarian food and eggs during the trek.
Q15. Where can I find clean drinking water while trekking?
A15. Himalayan water is considered pure and mineral water, however, to be on the safe side, we use it to boil water/chlorine tablets in our camps. During the trek, ask the trek leader or guide where to fill water bottles once.
Q16. What kind of ground transportation do you employ on your tours?
A16. We arrange Bolero, Max, Tempo Traveller or equivalent to that.
Q17. Will a doctor join the trek?
A17. No, however, our trek leaders are trained in "Wilderness First Aid" and are aware of high-attitude issues, and we carry a full first-aid kit and essential medications with us. Check your medical status before embarking on a trek, or get expert guidance if you believe you are unable to evaluate your own abilities.
Q18. Do you think I should bring any medications?
A18. Yes, it is always advisable to bring your own medication on any trek, regardless of whether the organizers provide it.
Q19. What is the minimum age to participate this trek?
A19. The minimum age requirement is 8 years old, while the maximum age depends on the trekker's fitness.
Q20. How can I make a reservation for a trek with you?
A20. After selecting the trek you want to go on, the first step is to fill out the booking form. Payment is required to finalize the reservation. To make it easier for you to book, all details will be emailed to you.
Q21. Can we modify the itinerary?
A21. However, regardless of the circumstances, the date of trek completion should always correspond with the planned schedule. Keep in mind that this is an adventure tour into the most remote location, where numerous unanticipated occurrences may need a change in schedule. In such instances, we or your trek leader would provide the best alternate schedule that is similar to your original itinerary.
Q22. Do you provide trek customization?
A22. Yes, if you want to travel independently, you are welcome to select any of the treks at your leisure and for any number of individuals. The cost of a private trek is determined by the number of people in the group, the location of the trek, the duration, and the type of trek.
Q23. Should I book my travel plan after registration?
A23. No. You should wait for a booking confirmation from the Trekkaro executive after registering. When you get it, complete your registration by paying the cost and booking your trip at the same time.

Terms & Conditions

1- Free Trekking Gear: Shoes, Jacket(-10°C), and Pole.

2- Accommodation: Full-load camping arrangements on the mountain with a large mess tent and tables. Stay from Day 1 to Day 6 (Sankri to Sankri). In Sankri, Stay will be in a Guest House/Camp/Home Stay on sharing basis. You will camp on the trek (3 people per tent).

3- Meals: All meals during the trek starting with dinner on Day 1 till breakfast on Day 7. (Simple Nutritious Vegetarian food)
Tea/Coffee/Soups/Snacks will be served throughout.

4- Camping charges: All trekking permits and forest camping charges are included (if any).

5- Leaders & Guides: Trek leaders are assisted by certified and experienced local guides.

6- Trekking Equipment: High-quality tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, roped, microspikes, gaiters, etc. as required.

7- Safety Equipment: First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretchers, etc. will be available at all the campsites to deal with emergencies.

1- Transport to and from the base camp: We arrange shared taxis for trekkers from Dehradun Railway Station to Sankri and drop you back from Sankri. This will cost approx. Rs. 6,500/- one way per 5-6 seat vehicles (tentatively). You will have to share this value with the other trekkers.

2- Food during transit to and from the base camp.

3- Backpack offloading charges: Rs. 1,800/- for the full trek + 5% GST. The backpack cannot weigh more than 9 kg. Suitcases/trolleys/duffel bags will not be allowed. Please note that charges will vary for the last-minute offloading in case you decide to offload your bag after reaching Sankri.

4- Anything apart from inclusions.


Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requests are not taken over the phone.

In case you wish to cancel your trek please e-mail us at info@trekkaro.com

1- Cancellations up to 21 days prior to departure date - 70% refund

2- Between 21 days to 14 days prior to departure - 50% refund

3- Between 14 days to 10 days prior to departure- 30% refund

4- Less than 10 days of departure – No refund or you can transfer your trek (same batch date & same trek) to your dear one.


Note:-

a) Change of trek batch date is dependent on the availability of seats in the batch.

b) In case of transferring a trek to your dear one, he/she should satisfy all the mandatory requirements laid down by Trekkaro.

c) Trekkaro holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice.

Refund Policy The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 working days.
If we have to cancel/suspend your trek before the date of departure or at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike, curfew, etc.), then you will get the TrekCash Voucher of the total fee you have paid to us and you can redeem it with lifetime validity on any trek but where this is of a higher price, you will be expected to pay the difference. The TrekCash voucher will be generated within 3 working days and sent to your email address by us.

Note: In the instance of exchanging a TrekCash Voucher to your dear one, he/she ought to fulfill all the obligatory necessities set around Trekkaro.


Expectations

When you take an adventurous trek with us, then be assured that whatever we do is more than your expectations. In fact, our wish to excel goes beyond the point where your boots hit the trail – it begins the moment that you get in contact with us, and it never ends. There is nothing more satisfying than hearing from our trekkers that they’ve just had “another trip of a lifetime with Trekkaro”.

Your Expectations

• Safety Of course, this is a non-negotiable. Safety is embedded in our business and it’s something that we take very seriously in all our treks. It's the primary reason we're very popular in just a year.

• Personalized Service, Care, and Attention to Detail For some organizations, this is, surprisingly, negotiable. But it isn’t for us. After safety, if we can do one thing right, every time, it’s to ensure that we sweat the small things.

• The Best Guides If you are already trekking with us, then you’d be forgiven for thinking our guides are superhuman. It doesn’t mean a feat to entertain, cook, guide, and facilitate, but our guides, handle it with grace, and all the while the attention is on you.

• The Best Itineraries It takes a lot of refinement to make a perfect trek, from dawn to dusk there are a lot of moving parts and the potential for things to go awry. For the last year, we’ve balanced on the tightrope of offering the right amount of activity, flexibility, and trek time. Whilst utilizing the best lodgings in the most unique places.

• Value We’re not in the business of making money and providing you with nothing. Our treks aren’t expensive, they represent excellent value for money, and for those seeking to maximize their time, there is no better way.

Our Expectations

It may come as a surprise, but the reality is that it is a two-way street (or trail), and you are ultimately responsible for the nature of the experience that you have with us. And not only that, but you also have an influence on the experience of others in your small group.

• Attitude This is your vacation, and the attitude that you bring will set the tone for your experience. We get that at times it’s difficult (we plan to challenge you) and we get that at times it’s a bit uncomfortable (this is not a cruise trip). All we ask you to keep an open mind, a big smile on your face, and readiness for the unexpected.

• Physical preparedness Our treks are designed for everyday people. You definitely don’t have to be an athlete, but to be fair to yourself and your group members, you do need to be ready. Worried about it? Do not stress it, our team is 100% dedicated to helping you pick the right trek, bring the right gear, and be physically and mentally prepared.

• Know who’s in charge As we’ve mentioned, you rightly expect when you join our trek to be in good, safe hands. For us to ensure the entire group’s safety, we suppose you, as our guest, to listen to your lead guide. They are the expert when it comes to decisions made on the trek.


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Safety

Trekkaro team will specifically ensure your safety with...

1. Daily oxygen saturation & pulse reading (if required in trek) We do treks which have a different environment than our daily life. We live in an environment where we less care about a healthy lifestyle. When it’s come to doing treks or surviving in a not-so-pure environment for more than a day our body should accept the changes. Oxygen saturation is the fraction of [oxygen]-saturated hemoglobin relative to total hemoglobin in the blood. So we ensure the specific balance of oxygen in your blood. Our team ensures the health condition by oxygen saturation and pulse reading before trekking so everyone should aware of their health.

2. Oxygen cylinders and medical kit When it comes to high-altitude trek the body doesn't get enough oxygen. It’s not always that you cannot survive in high-altitude treks but for a safer side if your body is not adjusted to the environment we are always ready with the oxygen cylinders. Our team member carries the portable oxygen cylinder and all the basic medicines on the trek.
To prevent high altitude conditions - do more exercise, cycle, and swim. The more you practice it’ll easier for you.

3. Stretchers on every campsite Although we are physically and mentally ready for the environment there are chances of accidents or uncertain things. In those situations, we have stretchers at every campsite so, in an emergency, the porter will safely drop you at base camp where we can do further treatment.

4. High-Quality Trek Gear and Equipment Trekkaro is the only trekking company in the world which is providing Free Trekking Gear (FTG) at no charge/rent only for use during the treks. Expensive FTG includes Decathlon Quechua Trek 100 Shoes, Quechua SH 100/300 Jackets, Hiking Pole/Stick, Gaiters, and Crampons. Now, before registering for the trek, there is no need to think about the expensive trekking gear, and also, do not need to buy or rent expensive trekking gear to go on a trek.

Trekkaro team will ensure you with quality tents and sleeping bags where you can survive in extreme cold. We provide sleeping bags that can hold cold up to -5 to -20 degrees Celsius. It’s always warmer in tents so we ensure you with quality shelter.
So even though we are ready for the storm you should tell us if anything bothers you regarding safety.

5. Radio (for communication between camps and guides) Our camps are a bit far from each other. But they connect through radio though the network is the issue in hills. Although you miss anything or the weather is not good or we need medical help from the base we can communicate through radios.

6. Technical team on all snowy slopes All the treks come up with an adventure. But safety is important in all trails and treks. Wherever we find risky slopes or areas we ensure the turn with the technical team. As we already mentioned earlier we have a well-trained team having knowledge of handling hustles in emergencies and even know how to take care of the trekkers.


People Reviews

Short itinerary
Day 1 : Reach at Sankri (7,953 ft.); 200 Km drive from Dehradun
The cab will be arranged at an additional cost from Dehradun to Sankri and drop you back from Sankri. This will cost approx. Rs. 6,500/- one way per 5-6 seat vehicle. You will have to share this value with the other trekkers.

Day 2 : Drive from Sankri to Taluka (7,953 ft.). Trek from Taluka to Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.); 10 Km, 6-7 hours

Day 3 : Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.) to Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft. appx); 8 Km, 6 hours

Day 4 : Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft.) to Har-Ki-dun (11,768 ft.) and back to Kalkatiyadhaar; 10 Km, 8-9 hours

Day 5 : Kalkatiyadhaar (8,956 ft.) to Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.); 8 Km, 5 hours

Day 6 : Puani Garaat (8,280 ft.) to Taluka (7,953 ft.); drive to Sankri from Taluka; 10 Km, 5 hours

Day 7 : Drive to Dehradun from Sankri
The cab costs approx.. Rs. 6,500 per vehicle (5-6 seaters) and 10,000 per tempo traveller (12 seaters). You will reach Dehradun between 18:00 and 19:00 hrs.

ATM point and Mobile connectivity

Purola has the last ATM point before you reach Sankri (Basecamp) if you need to withdraw money.
Sankri is the last place before starting your trek where you’re likely to get a stable mobile signal (only Jio). Finish all your important phone calls here and inform anxious family members about limited phone connectivity.

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