Har Ki Dun Trek

Har Ki Dun Trek

Har ki Dun, which means Valley of Gods, is situated deep inside Govind Pashu National park in North-Western Uttarakhand. Rich in flora and fauna, the trails are quite often covered in different shades of orchids and other wild flowers. In 1937, Doon school master Jack Gibson along with Tenzing Norgay and his colleague John Martyn climbed Bandarpunch. Jack Gibson made several expeditions in the region and trained young Indian mountaineers. This made the flora, fauna and Garhwali culture of Har ki Dun region known to the outside world.

The path winds up alongside the Tons river from Netwar village. The trek is along the Supin river through the scenic Garhwali villages of Taluka, Gangad and Osla. Har ki dun has numerous camping places and one Forest Guest House. An extra rest day is ideal to explore several trails which continue from the Har ki Dun camp.

From Har ki Dun one can see the entire North Face of Swargarohini I (6,252 m) peak. This face drops to about 2,000 m in less than 2 km distance and is yet to be climbed. The legends associated with it say that Swargarohini is the path to heaven that was followed by Pandavas of the epic Mahabharata. Though, the same story is also associated with the Swargarohini steps seen from Satopanth Lake, which lies ahead of Badrinath.



Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri – 187 kms drive (7- 8 hours)


Day 2: Sankri to Puani Garat (2,500 m) – 10 km trek (5 – 6 hours)


Day 3: Puani Garat to Kalkatidhar (3,300 m) 10 km trek (5- 6 hours)


Day 4: Kalkatidhar to Har ki Dun (3,510 m) & Marinda Tal (3,794 m) – back to Kalkatidhar – 17 km trek (7 – 8 hours)


Day 5: Kalkatidhar to Puani Garat – 10 km trek (4 hours)


Day 6: Puani Garat to Sankri – 10 km trek (4- 5 hours)


Day 7: Sankri to Dehradun (8 hours)


Other Details

Maximum Altitude – 3,510 meters – Har ki Dun

                                  3,794 meters – Marinda Ta

Temperatures – 20°C Max/ 5°C Min – Summers

                           10° Max/ -10° Min – Winters


Rs. 17,000*/- per head 
(*Includes 5% GST)

Transport support from and to Dehradun: starting from pickup on day 1 to drop on day 7

Guide and cook fees

Rent for camping equipment

Adventure travel insurance

Forest entry charges

Personal luggage porterage charges from Day 01 – Day 06

All veg meals starting from day 1 dinner to day 7 breakfast

Tented accommodation on twin sharing basis from Day 02 to Day 05

Room on twin sharing basis on Day 01 & Day 06

Airfare/train tickets/road transport cost to reach Dehradun

Walking stick, water bottles etc.

Meals other than mentioned

Personal expenses like tips, personal medicines, phone calls etc.

Any transport support during the trek apart from what is included above

Accommodation in Dehradun

Anything else not mentioned in ‘Inclusions’

1. On this trek, you will be part of a group (max group size is 12). If you want a customised trek, please write to us

2. Meals served on the trip will be vegetarian

3. Dates of the fixed departures in April – May 2022 –

02 April
09 April
16 April
23 April
30 April
07 May
14 May
21 May
28 May


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