Har Ki Dun Family Trekking in India

Har ki Dun valley, to be found at a height of 3566 meters is enclosed by impressive peaks and dense forests. The forests are rich in wildlife and are a veritable heaven for bird-watchers and nature lovers. This is good trek for all age groups and the valley is filled by flora and fauna. One can spend time with herbs and shrubs for medicinal purpose. Also photography too has great area to snaps for variety of birds and nature. This is a holly place. This is a place where you can find Trees of Bhojpatra flower Bramhakamal. Swargarohini and Jaundar Glacier is at south-east of Har ki dun valley. People survive on farming Rice, Rajma, and Charas. They use wood of Deodar tree for their house. You can find many people using Hukka for smoking. One can smell of pine while having Hukka. Also because of attractiveness of this area for trekking Portrays is another way to earn for locals here. They generally work under the Kedar. Har ki dun Valley family trek, family trekking in india, trekking in indian himalayas with family, family trekking holidays in india, har ki dun trekking for children in india, har ki dun trek blog, har ki dun trek cost, family adventure holidays in india, har ki dun trek map

Har Ki Dun Trekking in Indian Himalayas

There is no better way than trekking to explore the wilderness and the mystic lands of Garhwal. The awe-inspiring vista, the breathtaking view of the snow-clad mighty Himalayas, the salubrious environment and the spirituality that echoes along the valleys, upholds the vouch to replenish your body and soul.

  • Destinations Delhi, Haridwa, Sankri, Taluka, Osla, Har Ki Doon, Sankri, Mussoorie
  • Region Garhwal Himalays, Uttarakhand, North India
  • Duration 10 Nights /11 Days
  • Altitude 3566 mts
  • Grade Easy
  • Best Time May - June and Aug - Nov

Har Ki Dun Family Trekking 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. O/N at the hotel.

Day 02: Haridwar - Sankri(240 Km.)
Early morning drive to Sankri, this is the last village which is connect by the motorable road. O/N in guest house.

Day 03: Sankri - Taluka(12 Km.Trek)
Morning after breakfast start trek to Taluka, is located at the 1900Mtrs. Next to the Har-Ki-Doon river amidst beautiful forest. O/n in Camp.

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. O/N in Camp.

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. O/N in Camp.

Day 06: Har-Ki-Doon
Day at leisure to explore the surroundings. O/N in Camp

Day 07: Har-Ki-Doon - Osla
Trace the route back to Osla. O/N in Camp.

Day 08: Osla - Taluka
Morning after breakfast trek to Taluka. O/N in Camp.

Day 09: Taluka - Sankri
Morning after breakfast trek to Sankri. O/N in Camp.

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 'Mhabharata'- there is an ancient temple and cave formations which are of interest. O/n in hotel at Mussoorie.

Day 11: Mussorie - Delhi (270 Km.)
Day at leisure to explore the town, after lunch proceed to Delhi.