Harkidoon and Ruhinsara Lake
At an altitude of 11,700ft, the Har ki Dun trek is in all the senses, a gateway to heaven. A snow specked paradise for winter fanatics on one hand and adorned by alpine meadow, pine forests for all those who seek solace in the embrace of nature on the other, it is a paradise for trekkers, be it beginners or experienced ones.
Nestled on the western edge of Garhwal in Uttarkashi district, the Har ki Dun trek isn’t just a trek consisting of picturesque views but also has rich cultural and mythological significance. Many locals believe that the land belongs to none other than Duryodhana from the epic Mahabharata. The legend goes that a clan devoted to the Kaurava’s lived close to the village of Osla and built a temple to pay their respects to him. That temple exists even today.
|Cost Per Person
₹ 11500 + 5% GST
Summers & Autumn
1st Day: Dehradun to Sankri (200 Kilometers, 8 Hours Drive)
2nd Day: Sankri to Taluka | Trek to Seema (12 KMs)
3rd Day: Seema to Kalkattiyadhaar (7 KMs)
4th Day: Kalkattiyadhaar to Boslo via Har ki dun (14 KMs)
5th Day: Bosla to Untigaad (10 KMs)
6th Day: Untigaad to Devsu Bugyal via Ruinsara Lake (12 KMs)
7th Day: Devsu Bugyal to Taluka (15 KMs) | Taluka to Sankri
8th Day: Sankri to Dehradun | End of Tour