Har ki Dun Trek – Trekking with Experts

The Har Ki Dun Trek offered by Himalaya Shelter is a captivating journey through the “Valley of Gods” situated in the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in the Uttarkashi district of north-west Uttarakhand. This trek is renowned for its unique cultural significance and awe-inspiring landscapes, making it an ideal choice for avid trekkers and nature enthusiasts alike. The trek spans over 7 days, covering a distance of 57 km. It starts from the quaint village of Sankri and passes through Taluka, Dhatmir, and Pawani, stretching all the way to Osla village. The trek’s altitude peaks at 12,447 feet. The Har Ki Dun valley is a cradle-shaped valley that can only be reached by trekking. The distance to the Har Ki Dun valley is 25 km from the road head, making the total trek distance 50 km. It takes 2 to 3 days to reach the valley and another 2 days to return. The best time to undertake the Har Ki Dun Trek is from July to September. During this time, the region experiences pleasant weather with moderate temperatures and clear skies, providing an ideal environment for trekking. Overall, the Har Ki Dun Trek with Himalaya Shelter provides a thrilling adventure, blending the beauty of nature with the rich cultural experiences of Uttarakhand.