Har Ki Dun Trek

Har Ki Dun Trek

  • Duraration
    Har Ki Dun Trek Duration
    7 Days
  • Difficulty
    Har Ki Dun Trek Difficulty
  • Distance
    Har Ki Dun Trek Distance
    47 KM
  • High Altitude
    Har Ki Dun Trek High Altitude
    11700 Feet
  • Group Size
    Har Ki Dun Trek Group Size
    Min. 5 - Max. 12
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    Har Ki Dun Trek
    Trip highlights

    • Trek is famous for its changing scenery each day season.
    • View of Swargarohini Peak, Black Peak, and Hata Peak.

    Har Ki Dun Trek
    Trip Description

    The mystical and refreshing Har Ki Dun trek hails in the beautiful land of Uttarakhand. Being an Easy to Moderate difficulty level trek really makes it a trek for just about anyone. The trek lasts seven days and takes one to a maximum altitude of 12,000 ft. The approximate trekking distance is 44 kilometres. Being a winter wonderland makes the Har Ki Dun Trek a trekkers’ delight. It’s a stairway to heaven, and one cannot but fall for its beauty. A very catchy part about being on the Har Ki Dun Trek is its reputation for being an all-season trek. 

    The Har Ki Dun Trek stays open for enthusiastic trekkers in summer or winter. The location of Har Ki Dun valley is in Garhwal’s western flank of the Uttarkashi district. So, climbers 

    and trekkers both flank to the valley for an adventure of a lifetime. The walk to the Har Ki Dun valley is a mesmerizing experience by itself, with the views of the Swargarohini group of peaks all around. Har Ki Dun is also the primary source of water supply for the Yamuna’s largest tributary. When at the Har Ki Dun trek, one passes by a few of the most magnificent pine forests and alpine meadows, absolute delights for the visitors. The view of snow-covered peaks in winter is unforgettable as the sun peeps from behind the clouds. 

    Har Ki Dun is essentially among the oldest treks in the Himalayas. It is believed that the Pandavas from 

    the Mahabharata took this route when they ascended to the heavens. Swargarohini is a snow peak visible throughout this trek. The peak is associated with the legacy of being a stairway to heaven. Camping in the environs of the flowing river is another premium experience that the trek makes available for visitors. Flora and fauna of the landscape are unique and present a vibe not experienced elsewhere in the world. The peaks visible include Swargarohini – I, II, and III, Black peak and Bandarpoonch. Another one of the key attractions of the trek is that one comes across some ancient villages inhabited for over 2000 years. With the picturesque sights and sounds that the trek has for the offering, photographers love to be on the trek, aside from nature lovers and adventure seekers. For birdwatching, the trek is a premium experience. One also comes across the temple of Osla when at this trek, which is dedicated to Prince Duryodhana. As a 5 millennia-old establishment, the temple has been carved beautifully.

    Har Ki Dun Trek
    Trip Itinerary

    Har Ki Dun Trek

    • Guesthouse accommodation on the first and last day on a twin sharing basis.
    • All vegetarian meals on trek
    • Professional guide, cook and support staff
    • Clean sleeping bags and mats
    • Good quality A-shaped or dome tents
    • Kitchen tents, common tents, toilet tents with portable toilet seats
    • Microspikes and Gaiters if required
    • Forest entry charges for Indian National
    • For non-Indian passport holders; there will be an additional charge
    • Porter and mule support to carry camping equipment and NOT personal luggage
    • Tented accommodation throughout the trek on a twin sharing basis.

    Har Ki Dun Trek

    • Personal expenses like tips, personal medicines, phone calls etc.
    • Any transport support during the trek apart from what is included above
    • Any cost or services not mentioned in the Inclusions
    • Cost arising due to unforeseen incidents like bad weather, medical evacuation, road blocks etc
    • Porter/mule charges to carry personal luggage

    Har Ki Dun Trek
    Things to Carry

    The following is a list of things that we suggest that you carry with you. It is not expected to be a comprehensive list; rather, it is intended to remind those items that we feel are essential for your comfort during the trek. However, we recognize that you may have your personal preferences for clothing, which may be equally appropriate.

    Trekking Gears

    • Backpack with Rain Cover - (Should be more than 50-70 Liters)
    • Daypack 20 Liters -Collapsible (This will require on summit day)
    • Head Torch with Spare Batteries
    • Sunglasses with UV Protection
    • Sun Cap / Hat
    • Trekking Poles (If required)
    • Poncho / Rain Coat (Protect from rainfall and Snowfall


    • Padded / Down Jacket
    • Fleeces Jacket
    • 2 Quick Dry Trek Pants
    • 3 Quick-Dry T-Shirt (full sleeve)
    • Thermals Inners (upper and lower)
    • Woolen Cap
    • Neck Gaiters/Balaclava
    • Waterproof Gloves
    • Undergarments
    • Plastic Bags for wet clothes


    • Trekking Shoes (Waterproof & High Ankle)
    • Woollen socks - (2 pairs)
    • Cotton Socks - (3 pairs)
    • Floaters


    • Toothbrush & Toothpaste
    • Sunscreen (40+ SPF)
    • Toilet Paper
    • Lip Balm
    • Hand Sanitizer
    • Moisturizer
    • Quick Dry Tawal
    • Soap
    • Sanitary Napkin/Tampons (for female participants)
    • Intimate Wash (for female participants)


    • Personal Medicines prescribed by the doctor, if any (Consult your doctor before coming)
    • Combifilm - Half Strip
    • Digene - 1 Strip
    • Cetirizine - 1 Strip
    • Painkiller Tablet - Half Strip
    • Muscle Relief Spray
    • Knee Cap (if you are prone to knee pain/injury)
    • ORS/ Electrals - 5 Pouch
    • Band-aid - 5
    • Antibacterial Powder


    • Leak-Proof Lunch Box with a spoon
    • 2 Water Bottles/Hydration Pack
    • Plate and Tea Mug


    • TripMoody Medical form signed by the doctor
    • Disclaimer form, signed by the participant
    • Rent Gear Voucher (If you have rented gear from TripMoody)
    • Valid ID Proof Photocopy (that have mentioned Address)
    • Sufficient Cash


    • Camera (optional)
    • Power Bank (optional)
    • Tripod (optional)
    • Protein Bars, Snacks and Dry Fruits

    Har Ki Dun Trek
    Basic Instructions

    • Covid-19 guidelines issued by the State-Government is to be followed. Social distancing to be maintained. Frequent hand sanitization and use of mask recommended.
    • Do carry a valid ID and undertaking form print at the time of reporting.
    • It is recommended to carry enough warm clothes as per trek and the right kind of waterproof high ankle shoes for the trek.
    • Do not carry expensive valuables with you during the trek. Camp does not have locker facilities and take no responsibility for the same.
    • Keep your luggage minimum; the less you carry, the more you hassle-free.
    • Smoking, drinking and any kind of intoxication are strictly prohibited during the trek.
    • Network connectivity is pretty bad after basecamp, please inform your guardians or friends beforehand.
    • Treat the Kitchen and helping staff with respect and speak to them comfortably!
    • On the trek decisions taken by the trek leader are final.
    • Don’t use earphones during the trek; this might hinder your audibility.
    • Avoid using plastic bags and maintain the ecological balance of the destinations.
    • Keep your snack rappers with yourself during the trek and dump it on the campsite’s garbage bag.
    • The trek takes place through an eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.

    How to Reach

    How to reach Dehradun by Bus:-             

    Dehradun is very well-connected to the important Cities in Uttarakhand (Haridwar, Rishikesh, Mussoorie, Uttarkashi), Chandigarh (150 km), Delhi (Kashmere Gate ISBT-250 km), and Ambala (140 km) by means of state-run and private buses at a reasonable cost. It is advisable to choose Volvo buses over ordinary buses, to ensure a more comfortable journey in the mountainous terrain.

    Note: - The bus journey from Delhi to Dehradun takes 7 to 8 hrs for 250 km and it is advisable to book your tickets around 9-10 pm in the night to reach early in the morning for your treks and to avoid delays.


    How to reach Dehradun by Train:-

    Dehradun Railway station is one of the biggest and busiest railheads of Uttarakhand after Haridwar. Dehradun Railway Station is connected to all major cities of the country like New Delhi, Lucknow, Jaipur, Ajmer, Mumbai, Lucknow, Varanasi, Patna, Kolkata, Bangalore and Chennai, circuitously. The railway station is located at the heart of the city which is 2 km away from ISBT and the City Centre. Cabs, auto, sharing rickshaws are easily accessible for exploring all parts of the city. Besides the railway station, there is Dehradun Hill Bus stand which offers regular services to Mussoorie and Dhanolti.


     How to reach Dehradun by Air:-

    The nearest airport is at Jolly Grant, located approximately 22 km away from Dehradun City Centre. Domestic flights connect Dehradun with Delhi, Chandigarh, Banglore, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Kolkata. Once you reach the airport, you can take prepaid taxis outside the airport which can be availed to get transferred to the main city of Dehradun and it has easy access to the holy towns of Rishikesh (25km) and Haridwar (32 km). 

    The major airlines operating in this airport are IndiGo, Jet Airways, Spice Jet and Air India.

    Nearest Airport: - Jolly Grant (DED), Dehradun

    Nearest International Airport: - Delhi International Airport (DEL)

    Har Ki Dun Trek
    Cancellation Policy

    Amount Refund

    Cancellations up to 30 days prior to departure date
    5% Deduction

    Cancellations up to 15 days prior to departure date
    25% Deduction

    Cancellations up to 7 days prior to departure date
    50% Deduction

    Cancellations less than 7 days prior to departure date
    No Refund


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