5 Days

Har Ki Dun Trek comes under Govind Wildlife Sanctuary National Park. It is indeed a trek to the Valley of Gods. No doubt, the Himalayas have enchanting beauty, bracing climate, and desirable useful green meadows. So, what else can be better than spending some days here in the itinerary.


Har Ki Dun trek is one of the most popular treks in Garhwal, Himalayas. The height of Har Ki Dun trek is 3600 meters. It starts from Sankri, a small village base and Taluka which is the last road point of this trek. Har ki Dun trek covers 4 Himalayan Villages named Dhatmir, Gangad, Panwani, and Osla village. These villages are known as marginal villages. Being the oldest trek of Sankri range, Har ki dun trek is a well known trek all across the globe. The same trails are also the acess to other treks like, Bali Pass, Borasu Pass, Dhumdhar Kandi Pass, Maldaru Lake, Bainya Top, Black Peak Expedition, Swargarohini Peak Expedition, Ruinsara Tal, there are a lot more like these, so people keep visiting these ranges throughout the year.


Pick up from Dehradun railway station – Drive to Sankri – 210 Km (8/9 Hours) (1920 Meters)

Drive from Sankri to Taluka by taxi – 11 km same day trek to Cheludgad camp (12 km) (4/5 Hours) (2600 Meters)

Trek from Cheludgad camp to Bhasla camp- Har Ki Dun (13 km) (6/7 Hours) (3500 Meters)

Exploration Day (Manida Lake) (Jaundhar Glacier) Har Ki Dun valley back to camp (4/5 Hours

Trek from Har Ki Dun to Cheludgad via Osla village (13 km) (5/6 Hours) (2600 Meters)

Trek from Cheludgad camp to Taluka (12 km) (4/5 Hours) Same day Drive to Sankri Hotel

Day 7 :
Last day

Sankri to Dehradun by taxi (210 km) (8/9 Hours

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