Har Ki Dun, a small cradled shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas at the base of Fateh Parvat. The valley is perched at a height of 3,566m above sea level. The valley offers rich jungles rich in animal and bird species, alpine variety of flowers and plants and breathtaking views of the mountains. Har ki Dun Trek is a famous trek which comes under the list of every trekker.
Har ki Dun Valley is also called “ the valley of Gods” as Har means Shiva and Dun means Valley. The valley is a treat for trekkers. The local people survive here by selling rice, rajma, other grocery items, and Charas. You will wooden houses all around the village. The forest in the valley is rich in wildlife and also a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers.
Trekking in the Himalayas always comes with a lot of adventure and thrill. Mountains are the best classrooms for trekkers and explorers. You will learn a lot of things while traveling in the hills.
The trail will take you to the alpine meadows, moraine ridges, glacier basins, pine forests, and ancient villages, that will give you spectacular views of the valley and give a chance to experience the life of locals. Har Ki Dun trek will start from Taluka village- a small hamlet which lies at a distance of 12km from Sankri through drive or trek from Sankri. You can either start your Har ki Dun trek from Taluka or Sankri. Overall, it is a 47 km trek which can be covered in 5-6 days.
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