Har ki Dun Trek

Himalayan Treks


Responsive image

Your Hosts :

[[selectedBatch.startdate|date]] to [[selectedBatch.enddate|date]]

[[selectedBatch.starttime|date:'shortTime']] to [[selectedBatch.endtime|date:'shortTime']]

[[selectedBatch.comment]]

[[price.attribute]] : [[price.price]] /- per person

[[price.attribute]] : [[price.price]] /- per person

[[selectedBatch.price]]/- per person

[[instance.price]]/- per person

Book

Need any help? Contact:

7899218201


About

Key Attractions
Himalayan Treks

8 Slots

₹ 9999.00

7D/6N

Har Ki Dun, Sankari Range, Uttarakhand, India


What's Included

All expenses from Sankri to Sankri which include:
- Stay in tents/Homestay/Hotel on sharing basis
- Breakfast + lunch + dinner
- Evening snacks + Tea
- Expert Guides
- Sleeping bags + Mat


What's Excluded

- Transportation cost to and fro Sankri
- Food expenses until Sankri
- Personal expenses of any kind
- Individual mule + Porter charges.


Cancellation Policy

20 days before the event start date: No Refund
20- 45 days before the event start date: 50% Refund
Before 45 days of the event start date: 75% Refund
Do go through our detailed T&C (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hU-LH17fYeTc-JM84qhxW-EF6wMmDXwGmgccG9Eek3E/edit?usp=sharing)



DETAILS

Day 1
Dehradun to Sankri (6400ft)

Travel Not Included | Tempo traveller/ Bolero will be arranged for team. Public transport is also available

Homestay

Dinner

A 200 km drive from Dehradun take us to the quaint town of Sankri. It is advisable to start as early as 6:00 am to warrant enough buffer time to reach Sankri by late evening. The route is picturesque with the Yamuna Valley on one side and the blue Pine forest on the other. Passing through towns such as Mori and Purola we eventually reach Netwar, from where necessary forest permits need to be acquired to enter the Govind National Park. From here follow the course of the Supin river through conifer forest, apple orchards and farming fields to Sankri.

With around 200 houses, Sankri is a start point for multiple treks in that region. Most of the people are either trekkers or support staff, gearing up for their respective treks.

Famous for the beautiful sunset over the Swargarohini Peak, our evening will be spent exploring this beautiful town, interacting with the locals and acquainting with your fellow trekkers.


Day 2
Sankri (6400ft) to Taluka (6270ft), Trek to Osla (8745 ft)

Trek

Tents

All_Meals

Trail from Sankri to Taluka is a leveled trail with 10- 11 mountain bends going through a forest of pine, deodar, bamboo and wild roses. We may have to cross some landslide prone areas as well as drive through a couple of streams en route. Today's trekking from Taluka to Osla alternates between uphills and leveled walks. With some sharp turns and steep climbs, the trail passes through the villages of Datmir, Gangaad and the incomplete cemented structures in Puani Garaat. We finally cross the river and take a steep uphill climb to the village of Osla. Here, we will stay with the locals and eat with them.


Day 3
Osla (8745ft) to Har ki dun (11500ft)

Trek

Tents

All_Meals

Today’s trail gradually climbs uphill, with some steep stretches, through a series of wheat fields, pine, rhododendron and cedar forests,meadows, clear lands and mountain bends. Coming across the highest settlement in that region, the trail ascends over the confluence of Supin and Ruinsara rivers and passes through a trail full of alpine flowers and blue poppy. The trail eventually ends with a steep climb, with patches of snow, to the meadows of Har Ki Doon.


Day 4
Harkidun

Trek

Tents

All_Meals

The day will be a leisure one. If the weather permits, the day will be spent basking under the warm sun(hopefully) or lazing by the river. We might even take our lunch outdoors, eating it while sitting on the soft grass and listening to the music of the river.
Those interested can go to the nearby glacier, Maninda Taal in the morning.


Day 5
Harkidoon (11500ft) to Seema (8448ft)

Trek

Tents

All_Meals

We take the same route downhill all the way till Osla. Just before Osla, near a cemented bridge, we take a sharp left down the valley, cross a bridge over the Supin river, and walk downstream till Seema


Day 6
Seema (8448ft) to Sankri (6397 ft)

Trek

Homestay

All_Meals

We take the same route downhill all the way till Taluka. Post lunch, we will put ourselves and our luggage in a jeep taking us to Sankri. Those interested in trekking till Sankri can put their bags in the jeep instead of carrying it.


Day 7
Sankri to Dehradun

Travel Not Applicable | Tempo traveller/ Bolero will be arranged for team. Public transport is also available

Stay Not Applicable

Meals Not Applicable

We plan to start early morning from Sankri in private vehicle.



Avatar



Book an upcoming batch


[[selectedBatch.startdate|date]] to [[selectedBatch.enddate|date]]

[[selectedBatch.starttime|date:'shortTime']] to [[selectedBatch.endtime|date:'shortTime']]

[[selectedBatch.comment]]

[[price.attribute]] : [[price.price]] /- per person

[[price.attribute]] : [[price.price]] /- per person

[[selectedBatch.price]]/- per person

[[instance.price]]/- per person

Book

Got Questions ?

WhatsApp The Great Escape


Reviews :


Kirtiman Rathore
Kirtiman Rathore

"The Great Escape" upholds its name, literally! Among the couple of trekking organisations that I have hiked with in Himalayas, TGE is one of the best. They plan the trek very well, adapting the route and camping locations to factors like weather and the footfall. The support staff is experienced and deft, food great, and trekking practices "green". The organisers themselves are friendly and look after the group well. At the same time, they are firm, decisive, and in a mode of continuous improvement! It is a pleasure trekking with TGE, and I would highly recommend them! Good luck Reetu & Jamila...and keep rocking !


Hariprasad Sampath Narayanan
Hariprasad Sampath Narayanan

The review is long due. I went with the organizers of The Great Escape multiple times and it was a very memorable experience. Well organized and curated treks with attention given to the minutest details. The organizers Reetu and Jamila are the best and I would recommend them to any


Yogesh Raja
Yogesh Raja

Here from the past few trek experiences organised by The Great Escape are GREAT 👍 Professionally a well organised and friendly team, you guys (Reetu & Jamila) have built a great team (on & off the field) Almost this team is very good in all stages like the accommodation, food, travel, guidance & instant decision making. They value the time & money spent by their customers. This unique experience – it is much and seriously appreciated. Continue delivering the same 👏 Hope to join more trekking/trips in future with The Great Escape 😊 Best wishes to grow big & bigger 👍


Trilochan Dua
Trilochan Dua

Joined the Spiti Valley trek ...Very well organized in every aspect ( Travelling by Road , Homestays , Trekking ) ..Reetu & Jamila you both are super girls, good knowledge about the terrain, always ready to help & take care of every team member...I would recommend everyone to go with these guys ...


Barkha Bhagia
Barkha Bhagia

Very well organized treks. I know the organizers personally and can vouch for fun filled events that they organize. I have already done three Himalaya treks and taken multiple trips with them. They're my go to travel companions


Rini Biswas
Rini Biswas

I have attended only one trip/event with TGE as of now and I loved it. It was well organized, the organizer was really cooperative and helped everyone in the team to make the trip a memorable one. I'd highly recommend this group to all friends and family and would love to attend their future events. Thank you.


Photos


explore

Logout World

Stay In Touch


Mail Us


Registered Address :


C - 19, Utkarsha Nagar, Gadital, Hadapsar, Pune, Maharashtra. PIN 411028.

Contact No: +91 8208215436

Email id : [email protected]