Har Ki Doon Trek
- Tour Route : Delhi – Haridwar – Har ki Doon – Mussoorie
- Duration : 11 Days – 10 Nights
- Region : Garhwal Himalayas
- Highest Altitude : 3566 m Above Sea Level
- Season : Mid-April to Mid-November
General Itinerary :
- Day 01 : Delhi – Hardwar(200 kms.Drive) Early morning drive to Hardwar, day at leisure to explore this holy town visit the ‘Arti’ holy ceremony performance at the river Ghat (Har ki Pauri) at sun set.
- Day 02 : Haridwar – Sankri(240 Km.) Early morning drive to Sankri, this is the last village which is connect by the motorable road.
- Day 03 : Sankri – Taluka(12 Km.Trek) Morning after breakfast start trek to Taluka, is located at the 1900 Mtrs. Next to the Har-Ki-Doon river amidst beautiful forest.
- Day 04 : Taluka – Osla (12 Km.) Morning after breakfast trek to Osla, begin the trek a gradual ascent brigs you to the picturesque Osla village along the swift rivulet.
- Day 05 : Osla -Har-Ki Doon (11 Km.) Morning after breakfast climb to the higher reaches of the mountains to reach. Har-Ki-Doon (3566 Mtrs.) the beautiful valley of Gods.
- Day 06 : Har-Ki-DoonDay at leisure to explore the surroundings.
- Day 07 : Har-Ki-Doon – OslaTrace the route back to Osla.
- Day 08 : Osla – TalukaMorning after breakfast trek to Taluka.
- Day 09 : Taluka – Sankri Morning after breakfast trek to Sankri.
- Day 10 : Sankri – Mussoorie Drive down to the hill station Mussoorie over looking the Doon Valley enroute visit Lakha Mandal-a site associated with the heroes of Epic ‘Mahabharata’- there is an ancient temple and cave formations which are of interest.
- Day 11 : Mussorie – Delhi (270 Km.)
Har-Ki-Doon is situated in the Western ganges of the Garhwal Himalayas, at the base of the Fateh Parvat, at an elevation of 3,556 metres. This cradle shaped Valley, which is surrounded by dense forests of pines and glittering mountain peaks.The forests are rich in wildlife and are a veritable paradise for bird-watchers and nature lovers. The trek from Netwar to Osla is through dense forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows and chinars. The trek from Osla to Har-ki-doon is through terraced mountain fields, lush green grassy land and conifer forests.Har-Ki-Doon, the hanging valley of Gods is a treat for trekkers. This moderate trek takes you to one of the least explored regions of Garhwal. As Har-Ki-Doon falls within the Govind Pashu vihar, chances of seeing wildlife here are very bright. Here, you have a beautifully carved temple dedicated to Duryodhana, the Kaurava Prince. And if you are interested in glaciers then Jaundhar Glacier at 4300 mt. Is just about five kilometers from Har-Ki- Doon.Har-Ki-Doon Valley is a base for Swargarohini ht. 21000 ft. There is legend our old granth (books) it is mentioned that Pandav went to Swarga (Heavan) through this mountain. This is a place where you can find Trees of Bhojpatra flower Bramhakamal, wargarohini and Jaundar Glacier is at south-east of Har-ki-dun.Towards west you can see Bandar Punch.