Mountain Walking

Har Ki Dun Trek 2018

HKD Campaign

Trek Dates: Wednesday 16th May 2018 to Monday 21st May 2018

At a time when Gods walked among men and great battles were fought for honour, a mythical mountain found its way into the hearts of the people – Swaragarohini, the mountain that became the path that the Pandavas and Draupadi took to ascend to heaven.
 
 
The Har Ki Dun trek, true to the legend of Swaragarohini that you can see on the route, will show you the path to heaven.
 
 
The valleys, ridges and meadows hide unimaginable treasures here, as you discover Ruinsara Tal and lay eyes on the Jaundhar Glacier. The magnificent Himalayan views not only take your breath away but also drive home the immense beauty hidden in the world of nature.

 

 
 

To be a part of this trek, contact us at:

Email: sales@themountainwalker.com

Phone: +91-8446779977

 

Itinerary

Date From To Distance/Time Altitude
16 May 2018 Dehradun Taluka 196 km/6 hrs (by car) 1900 m
17 May 2018 Taluka Seema/Osla 13 km/7 hrs 2559 m
18 May 2018 Seema/Osla Har Ki Dun 11 km/5-6 hrs 3566 m
19 May 2018 Har Ki Dun 

(Walk to Har Ki Dun Rest House and surrounding areas)

5 km/4 hrs  
20 May 2018 Har Ki Dun Seema/Osla 11 km/5-6 hrs 2559 m
21 May 2018 Seema/Osla Taluka 13 km/4-5 hrs  
Taluka Dehradun 196 km/6 hrs (by car)  

The Har Ki Dun trek is an easy trek starting from Taluka, a small village which is also the last road-head to Govind Ballabh Pant Wildlife Sanctuary. The trek passes through the quaint Himalayan villages Seema and Osla. At Har Ki Dun one can enjoy the magnificent views of Garhwal Himalayan peaks and explore the surrounding areas like Ruinsara Tal and Jaundhar Glacier.

Pricing Inclusions:

  1. Stay on twin sharing basis for 5 days from Taluka to Seema/Osla as mentioned in the Itinerary.
  2. Vegetarian meals (breakfast, snacks pack/lunch, evening snacks with tea, and dinner) for 6 days from Dehradun to Dehradun as mentioned in the Itinerary.
  3. Land transport from Dehradun to Dehradun in SUV (Scorpio, Innova, Bolero, or similar vehicle).
  4. All equipment required for the trek – 3 man tents, toilet tent, kitchen tent, basic camp furniture (tables and chairs), sleeping bag, sleeping mat.
  5. Experienced, rescue-trained, English speaking trekking leader and guides (1:3 guide client ratio).
  6. All National Park permits, camping fees and trekking fees.
  7. All porterage charges (porter fees, stay, meals, equipment, etc.). A maximum of 15 kg luggage is permissible per person.
  8. Medical First Aid in case of minor ailments.
  9. High Risk Personal Insurance.
  10. 5% GST.

Pricing Exclusions:

  1. Any and all personal expenses incurred outside of the items mentioned in the “Pricing Inclusions” section.
  2. Travel from/to city of origin to/from Dehradun.
  3. Meals during onward/return journey from/to city of origin to/from Dehradun.
  4. Excess stay in Dehradun or elsewhere before and/or after the trek starts/ends.
  5. Hiring of extra porters/ponies during the trek.
  6. Additional stay and meals due to bad weather.
  7. Contingency charges in case of delay due to weather/accident, illness of self or any other group member, act of God, or any situation which is out of control of the trek leader.
  8. Soft beverages, laundry charges, telephone expenses, souvenirs, collectibles bought during the course of the trip.
  9. Tips paid to any party during the course of the trip

Some important guidelines and good reads for the trek can be found under the Knowledge Centre menu.

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