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Har Ki Dun

Uttarakhand | 5 | 11

  • 47 KM

  • 7D | 6N

  • Moderate

  • 1 ft

  • Age 12-57 Year

Starting from ₹ 10999

₹ 8999per person

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  • Dehradun - Dehradun
  • Trek starts from Sankri
  • Travelling Charges Applicable

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Trek Overview 

Har Ki Dun Trek is a mesmerizing and one of the famous treks in Uttarakhand that takes you deep into the heart of the majestic Himalayas. For trekkers of all skill levels, this thrilling adventure across the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, India, offers stunning views, tranquil landscapes, and an unforgettable experience. 
Situated on the pivots of the Gharwal Himalayas, this trek is considered the most famous among various nature enthusiasts and Trekkers of india. 
This adventurous trek is also considered a hanging vale due to its cradle-shaped mountains. Moreover, it is called the winter wonderland because, in winter, the paths are entirely covered with snow and shine with beautiful sun rays. This trek is clinched with calming views of deodar trees that will surely fascinate your soul with the unique pine fragrance.


Why Should You Do Har Ki Dun Trek? 

Going on the Har Ki Dun Uttarakhand trek is a breathtaking experience that can leave you awestruck with beautiful memories. Here are some main reasons why you should embark on this beautiful trek-
Here's why you should consider undertaking this extraordinary adventure:

  • Natural Splendor: You may experience nature's beauty in its unadulterated glory as the walk takes you through some of the Himalayas' most picturesque settings.
  • Untouched Wilderness: Har Ki Dun Valley remains untouched by commercialization, offering an escape from the chaos of city life. Nature lovers and adventure seekers will appreciate this getaway.
  • Rich Cultural Heritage: this incredible Trekking in India provides an opportunity to interact with the warm and hospitable locals in quaint villages along the route. You can become fully immersed in the area's customs, traditions, and way of life.
  • Photographer's Paradise: From majestic snow-capped peaks to vibrant wildflowers, the Har Ki Dun Trek offers numerous opportunities for photography enthusiasts to capture stunning shots.
  • Adventure and Serenity: The trek perfectly balances adventure and serenity. It challenges you physically while allowing you to find solace in the tranquility of the mountains.


Best Time to start Har Ki Dun Trek 

The best time to embark on the Har Ki Dun Trek is from May to June and September to November. These periods offer pleasant weather conditions, clear skies, and moderate temperatures, making the trek more enjoyable. The valley is adorned with colorful blossoms during the summer, while the autumn season treats trekkers to golden foliage and breathtaking sunsets.


How Difficult is Har Ki Dun Trek? 
The Har Ki Dun Trek india is graded as moderate, suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers. It involves walking on a well-marked trail with gradual ascents and descents. However, a reasonable fitness and preparation level is recommended to enjoy the trek fully. Regular exercise, including cardiovascular activities and strength training, can help build stamina and endurance.
How to Reach 
To reach the base camp of the Har Ki Dun Trek, follow these steps:

  • By Air: Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport is well-connected to many cities of India. From there, you can hire a taxi or take a shared cab to reach Sankri, the starting point of the trek.
  • By Train: The closest railway station to Sankri is Dehradun Railway Station. Dehradun is accessible by frequent trains from large cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. You can hire a taxi or take a bus from the railway station to Sankri.
  • By Road: Sankri is well-connected by road. State transport buses and private taxis operate from Dehradun to Sankri. The road journey offers stunning views of the mountains and valleys.


Short Itinerary 

Here's a brief overview of the Har Ki Dun Trek itinerary:

  • Day 1: Arrival Day - Dehradun to Base Camp Sankri (Drive)
  • Day 2: Sankri to Dharkoat Village (16 km Drive) & Trek from Dharkoat to Seema (4 km Trek)
  • Day 3: Seema - Boslo (10 km Trek)
  • Day 4: Boslo to Har Ki Dun to Maninda Lake and back to Boslo (12 km Trek both side)
  • Day 5: Boslo to Seema (10 km Trek)
  • Day 6: Seema to Dharkoat Village (4 km Trek) Dharkoat to Sankri base camp (16 km drive)
  • Day 7: Departure from Sankri to Dehradun


Total distance: 210 km (Drive)
Time: 10 Hours journey

The journey begins in Dehradun, embarking on a 210km drive through the picturesque Yamuna and Tons valley to reach the base camp in Sankri. The route offers stunning views of the Yamuna bridge and dense pine forests, passing through enchanting places like Mussoorie, Nainbag, Damta, Newman, Mori, Purola, and Netwar.

Sankri, nestled in the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary of Uttarkashi district, is a charming village with a mini market and renowned wooden huts serving delicious food. Surrounded by apple orchards and lush greenery, the base camp provides a pollution-free environment and spectacular vistas of snow-covered mountains.

Upon arriving in Sankri, witness a breathtaking sunset behind the mountain ranges, offering a panoramic view of all four peaks in the Swargarohini range. The small village of Sankri, with around 250 houses, features a few dhabas and shops. As the evening sun sets behind the greater Himalayas, the peaks of Swargarohini glow in the sunlight.

Enjoy a night stay in camps under the clear night sky adorned with millions of stars, accompanied by a healthy and delicious dinner. TrekUp India ensures a memorable experience, arranging a taxi from the Sankri base camp back to Dehradun.

Drive Distance: 16 km | 1.5 hrs (Sankri to Dharkot)
Trek Distance: 4 km | 4 km (Dharkot to Seema)
Altitude: 2600 Meters

After breakfast, embark on a journey from Sankri to Dharkoat village, passing through dense forests, picturesque water streams, and the culturally rich Dhatmeer village. The route provides opportunities to hear the chirping of rare mountain birds, including the state bird of Uttarakhand, the Himalayan Monal, often spotted in the Taluka area.

Marvel at the sprawling wild orchids and keep an eye out for wildlife encounters, such as leopards, barking deer, and boars. En route, pass through the charming village of Taluka, known for its traditional houses and dhabas offering simple and delectable food. Upon reaching Dharkoat, take a brief rest before commencing a 4km trek to Seema.

The trek offers a thrilling adventure, featuring rocky surfaces, traditional wooden bridges, and green trails alongside the Supin river. Encounter snow patches in areas untouched by sunlight for an extended period. Seema, although not a village but a shelter point for tourists, is the destination of the trek.

Experience the diversity of mountain wildlife and bird species during the trek, with various water streams providing fresh drinking water. As evening approaches, reach Seema via Gangar village and camp on a small green field, offering breathtaking views of nature.

Trek Distance: 10 km 
Time: 6-7 Hours journey

The Seema to Boslo hike is a 10 km trek that takes about 6-7 hours to complete. The trail passes through Osla village, which has a hanging bridge called the Seema Bridge, used to cross the Supin River. The village is surrounded by scenic views, including the snow-covered mountains, Amaranth trees, and the Mt. Bandarpoonch and Swargarohini mountain ranges. The village has a rich mythology associated with it, including the belief that it was home to a clan loyal to Duryodhan and a 2000-year-old Someshwar Temple. The hike up the hill from Osla to Kalkatidhar provides stunning views of the Dhauladhar Range, Bugyal Devsu, and Mt. Black Peak. Kalkatidhar is a beautiful meadow with views of the Ruinsara Range and Kedarkantha Summit.

Trek Distance: 12 km (Both Side)
Trek Duration: 5-6 Hrs
Altitude: 12,000 ft (Har Ki Dun), 13,025 ft (Maninda Lake)

This morning, your journey begins earlier than usual, as today marks the longest day of the trek. After a hearty breakfast, the trail unfolds before you, promising even more breathtaking views than the ones you've already experienced. Prepare yourself for a remarkable day as you traverse the glacier basin adorned with mountain meadows, moraines, and the majestic presence of large pine trees.

Embarking on the trail, you'll initially ascend towards the convergence of the Supin River and the River from the Ruinsara Valley, treating you to panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The path ahead varies between moderate and steep inclines, guiding you towards the Har Ki Dun valley. As you ascend, witness the beauty of icy snow patches and snow-covered waterfalls, which transform into a pristine winter wonderland when covered in thick snow.

The Har Ki Dun Valley is a mesmerizing destination that encapsulates an array of natural wonders. From the towering peaks of Swargarohini, Hata Peak, and Black Peak to the enchanting mix of meadows and coniferous forests, frozen streams, and glacier moraines, the valley is a visual feast. The trail gradually ascends, culminating in a 45-degree elevation, which, despite its appearance, is not as steep, but can become more challenging in the presence of snow. The final leg of the hike winds through an eddy and dense forests, leading to the summit of Har Ki Dun, offering awe-inspiring views of Swargarohini I peak, Hata Peak, and Black Peak.

Marinda Tal, also known as Morinda Tal, awaits at an elevation of 3,970 meters within the Har Ki Dun valley, showcasing its stunning beauty against the backdrop of Hata and Swargarohini mountains. After exploring the valley and creating lasting memories, the return journey brings you to the final campsite at Kalkattiyadhar.

Total distance: 10 km 
Time: 6-7 hrs

The valley is such an incredible place that it becomes very difficult for the trekkers to come back from this valley. Right after having breakfast, you will start trekking back to Seema early in the morning.

Night stay will be scheduled in the camp at Seema and all trekkers will be served with dinner in the camp itself only. Make sure to witness the sunset of mountains because this is something you cannot miss.

Trek Distance: 4 km (Seema to Dharkot Village)
Drive: 16 km (Dharkot to Sankri)

Get ready to trek for the last time from Seema to Dharkoat via dense forests. By afternoon, you will be reaching Taluka and then drive back to Sankri base camp. The 4km trek from Seema to Dharkoat is going to give you an amazing experience with lots of memories so make sure to capture every moment.

Therefore, day 6 is going to be the last day of your camping and the stay will be scheduled at Sankri base camp.

Drive: 210 km.

Depart at 7 A.M after having tea,coffee and biscuit, It is going to be a log drive of almost 8-9 hours, be prepared.
You will be reaching Dehradun by 5 P.M.
Get your bookings done accordingly in trains, flight from Dehradun.


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What is included in this tour?

  •  Experienced trekking guide
  •  Free stay during the trek (tents or guesthouses)
  •  All meals during the trek
  •  Camping equipment
  •  First aid kit and emergency support
  •  Permits and entry fees
  •  Transfer from Sankri to the starting point of the trek and back


What is not included in this tour?  

  •  Travel to and from Dehradun
  •  Accommodation in Dehradun or any other location before and after the trek
  •  Personal expenses and tips
  •  Travel Insurance

How to Reach

Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport is well-connected to many cities of India. From there, you can hire a taxi or take a shared cab to reach Sankri, the starting point of the trek.

Sankri is well-connected by road. State transport buses and private taxis operate from Dehradun to Sankri. The road journey offers stunning views of the mountains and valleys.

The closest railway station to Sankri is Dehradun Railway Station. Dehradun is accessible by frequent trains from large cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. You can hire a taxi or take a bus from the railway station to Sankri.

Food During Trek

Tea / Coffee / Juice
Bread Butter-Jam / Sandwich / Omelette / Aloo Paratha / Mix Veg Poha / Porridge / Chole Bhature / Aloo Poori / Mix Veg Vermicelli


Please Note: This is a Tentative Menu. Trekkers Of India can change/update the menu without any prior notice! 

  • Roti / Paratha / Sabzi / Vegetable Pulao / Jeera Rice / Daal Makhni
  • Refereshment: Banana / Packed Juice / Biscuit / Chocolate / Dry Fruits

  • Tea/Coffee, Mix Veg Soup
  • Bread Pakoda / Maggie / Veg Pakoda

  • Mattar-Paneer / Rajma-Rice / Roti-Sabzi / Tadka Daal / Aloo-Gobhi / Mix veg Manchurian / Masur Daal
  • Sweets: Gulab-Jamun / Halwa
  • Hot Drink: Bournvita

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Process & Terms & Conditions

For canceling your booking, please send us an e-mail at support@trekkersofindia.com

Do not forget to mention your booking reference number in the same e-mail. Cancellation requests cannot be taken over the phone call or messages.

Advance Amount is Non Refundable 

  • Cancellation made 25 days before the trek- 90% cash refund or Get 100% of the trek fee in a Trekkers Of India Trek Voucher.
  • Cancellation made between 24 days and 15 days before the trek- 70% cash refund or Get 80% of the trek fee in a Trekkers Of India Trek Voucher.
  • Cancellation made between 14 days and 10 days before the trek- 50% cash refund or Get 70% of the trek fee in a Trekkers Of India Trek Voucher.
  • Cancellation made between 9 days and 1 day before the trek– No Refund, 10% Trek Voucher
  • If the Cancellation is made on the Starting day of the trek or there is no Show on the start day of trek, there will be No Refund, No Voucher.
  • Trek Voucher is Issued when Full Amount is Paid to book the trek.
  • No refund is applicable on cancellation if Advance Amount is Paid to Book the Trek/Trip.
  • Refunds will be made within 7-14 working days from the date of cancellation.
  • In case of refund, 3% payment processing charges must be applied.
  • In case of refund, 5% GST is NON REFUNDABLE.
  • If your Booking says ” NON REFUNDABLE “ No Refund or Trek Voucher will be issued.



In the rare event that we cancel a trek, this is the policy we follow:

We almost never cancel our treks. But in case we cancel a trek because of Lockdown, Natural calamities (snowstorms, thunderstorms, floods, landslides, earthquakes, bad weather) or unexpected political unrest, terrorism activity, curfews, local riots, or government orders, Trekkers Of India issues a voucher for the full amount of your trek fee paid to us or Alternate Trek will be arranged. You can redeem the Trek Voucher on any of our treks over the next one year or even extend it in case of emergency. NO CASH REFUND would be made.

What If Trekker is on Trek & It is not completed due to natural calamities (snowstorms, thunderstorms, floods, landslides, earthquakes, bad weather) or unexpected political unrest, terrorism activity, curfews, local riots, or government orders?

There would be NO REFUND in this case.

Trekker can avail our “Come Back & Trek Again Feature” Let us tell you more about it. (Not applicable on Winter Treks)


1. As a Trekker, there are times when you have to let go of a Trek in mid of the Trek Journey. You can fall ill or get hit by AMS or at times simply fatigue pulls you down or there may be other reasons as well such as Snowstorms, thunderstorms, floods, landslides, earthquakes or unexpected political unrest, bad weather, curfews, local riots, or government orders?. Or if your Trek Leader/Guide sends you back down to base due to a safety or health issue. At Trekkers Of India we feel bad when such things happen and we understand the feelings of Trekker.

But wait! Trekkers Of India will not let you go back with sad face! We have a feature/policy in which you can “COME BACK & TREK AGAIN” that means you can come back & do SAME TREK again. And Hey! you don’t need to pay Trekkers Of India money for the same. Happy now  ?

How to apply for same? Simply email us at support@trekkersofindia.in, Our support team will send you a Refcode (Which is not a Trek Voucher Code). Next year when you are ready to do Same trek again, you can simply mail us at bookings@trekkersofindia.in with Refcode and batch date our team will help you confirming your slot.

IMPORTANT: Offloading Fee, Travel Fee, Rental Fee is not included in this feature.


What is a Trekkers Of India Trek Voucher?

Trek Voucher is a credit amount which gets added to you Trekkers Of India account. You can redeem trek voucher by booking any Fixed Departure Trek with Trekkers Of India in future. Every Trek voucher comes with one year validity.

IMPORTANT: Trekkers Of India Trek Vouchers are non transferrable, non refundable to others. Only Trekker who has received it can redeem it. For example, If you have booked for five person you can either avail one Trek voucher of xyz amount or five trek vouchers will be issued on Trekker’s name.


How to redeem the Trek Voucher: 

Trekker will receive a Trek Voucher code on mail once you apply for the same.

1. Visit www.trekkersofindia.com
2. Choose Your Trek, Click on Available Dates.
3. Fill your Details
4. You will find Coupon Code option
5. Enter Your Trek Voucher code
6. Redeemed Yayy!

Please Note: This voucher code can redeemed only once for Treks in Uttarakhand, Himachal, Kashmir. Not redeemable for Treks in Maharashtra. And if you have received Voucher for treks in Maharashtra it can be only redeemed for treks in Maharashtra. If you need any support while Using the VOUCHER CODE feel free to Call/Whatsapp your Trek coordinator on +91 9999779236,9999779136. Trekkers Of Maharashtra coordinator is available on +91 8800144436.


  • Full amount to be paid to confirm booking.
  • Booking confirmations are subject to the availability of accommodation in specified hotels.
  • Cheques not accepted.
  • Payments accepted via UPI, Credit Card, and Net Banking (in case of payment via credit card 3% extra will be charged).
  • Once the payment is completed, inform our team via sharing a screenshot/ copy of the payment confirmation. Make sure the date, time, and UTR number are visible in the copy.
  • If a solo female traveller does not wish to share accommodation an additional cost will be charged.   


  • Trekkers Of India reserves the right to alter the day-wise schedule of the tour without any prior information (based on traffic, route restrictions or unforeseen travel-related circumstances). 
  • In case there is an unprecedented surge in transportation or accommodation costs (for instance, a hike in fuel charges), the total cost of the package will also increase.
  • Trekkers Of India will not be responsible for any change in the itinerary due to natural calamities or unforeseen circumstances. Any additional cost incurred for the same will be in addition to the cost borne by the client.
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  • Additional charges would be applied for the passengers who wish to stay back at the destination or transit.

Things to Carry

Back Pack & Rair Cover 20-30 ltr (If hire a mule of porter)
Walking Stick 1
Water bottle/Hydration Pack 2 bottles of one ltr. each, People who use hydration pack 1 hydration pack and 1 bottle ofb one ltr., Carry at least one thermos flask.
Personal Medical Kit Consult yur Doctor
Snacks Energy Bar/Dry Fruits

T-shirts 2 Full sleeves (Non cotton)
Fleece T-shirt 1 Nos.
Fleece jacket 1 Nos. (Alternative: a woollen sweater)
Down feather/ Hollofil jacket 1 Nos.
Wind & waterproof (Jacket & pants) 1 Pair
Thermal inners (upper and lower) 1 Pair
Trek Pants 2 Synthetic (avoid shorts, fitting denims, capris)
Windstopper Pant 1 Pair
Waterproof gloves 1 Pair
Fleece/woolen gloves 1 Pair

Sunscreen cream 1 Nos.
Mosturiser 1 Nos.
Toillet Paper & wipes 1 Nos.
Lip balm 1 Nos.
Hand sanitizer 1 Nos.
Antibacterial powder 1 Nos.
Toothbrush and toothpaste 1 Nos.
Quick dry towel 1 Nos.



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Being the remotest place to visit, Har ki Doon valley is best during the summer months April-June and spring months late September and November. During monsoon months, July-August-September, the long trekking route may create problems though many trekkers love to challenge themselves during monsoon as the route is not difficult.

Har Ki Dun trek distance is almost 47 KM long and requires one whole week to complete. Keeping aside the long-distance, this trek takes you to the bounties of nature where you can soothe your body and witness the paradisiacal displays. On the route, you can stroll along with the meadows or can walk lazily along with the orchid trails. Har Ki Dun trek is one of the best trekking expeditions that one must witness on a vacation.

The average temperature in Har ki Doon region ranges from 10 degree Celsius to 15 degree Celsius during the day time. The temperature can also drop down to as low as 2 degree Celsius to 5 degrees Celsius at night. Keep in mind both the temperature and wind flow while packing your woolens.

While you are trekking to a high altitude the temperatures are sure to drop during the night. For this, it is advisable that you were at least 3 layers of clothes to keep you warm. Daytimes are mostly warm and you will also get the perfect view of the mountains if you are doing this trek in summer.

The highest point of Har ki Dun lies at a massive height of 11,657 ft. The trek begins at an elevation of about 1,950 m at the tiny village of Sankri and then increases gradually with the ascent.

The distance between Dehradun to har ki dun is around 98.7 KM. After reaching Dehradun you will have to drive to Sankri which is the origin point of the Har ki dun trek. Once you reach Dehradun you will be picked up and then drove to Sankri and then to Taluka from where you will begin your trek.

Har Ki Dun trek will require 6-7 days as it is quite a time consuming one and will require a trek of almost 5 hours each day to cover 47 KM. The entire route is arched with spellbinding views of glaciers and alpine forests that will add up to your trekking expedition. On the Har Ki Dun trek, make sure that you keep yourself hydrated as the trek is quite a long one.

Preparing for the Har ki dun trek is really easy as you need not plan a lot before going for it. All you need to keep in mind is to have the proper gear for trekking and as the region receives an abundance of rainfall it is necessary to carry windcheaters along. Apart from that, another thing which you should not miss is your identity card as that will be needed at the checkpoints. Rest planning could be done by just preparing an apt itinerary according to the altitudes and climatic conditions or you can just book a package from the operators.

Trekking shoes and snow boots are a must-have for the Har ki Dun trek. The terrain varies extremely so make sure you care about these.

Any adventure enthusiast on this trek is likely to carry the following. Have a cross-check on your list too. Wardrobe essentials like heavy woolen and fleece clothes, rain-proof jackets, sunglasses, wind-proof jackets, thermal inner-wear. A sturdy backpack with a plastic or waterproof lining. Trekking shoes, snow boots, trekking poles. moisturizers, chapsticks. torch, water bottle, extra polythene bags for wet clothes, and a whistle.

Is Har ki Doon trek easy? Yes, the Har ki Doon trek is easy in spite of being one of the longest treks as the route is almost 47 KM and it takes up to 6 to 7 days to complete the trek. The trek is easy as the terrains are not much elevated or rugged that makes it easy to trace. All you need for this trek is good stamina as it is quite a long trek with a few levels of difficulty. If you are a beginner and wish to start your trekking experience with a bang then this is the best choice for you.

All meals are provided on the Har ki Dun trek, veg dishes will be served and safe drinking water will be available.

How much weight will I have to carry during Har ki Doon? It is advisable to carry a 6L backpack, the weight to be carried will depend on your requirements and capacity.

One of the known treks in Garhwal Himalayas, Har Ki Dun trek is often a synonym for beginners to trekking. This trek paves you to the green valley of Har Ki Doon valley located at the base of Fateh Parvat at 3556 m and is the most visited trail for experiencing adventure in the Himalayas. Anyone with breathing disorders or physically injured individuals aren't advised to do the same. No special physical training except a good stamina level is required for this trek.

Yes, Har ki dun trek is a perfectly good trek for first-timers and beginners. Each day you will be trekking for around 5/6 hours to prepare yourself physically. You will have some steep climb and descend every day.

Well, the answer is absolute yes! One can hike up Har ki Doon trek solo as well. The trek is indeed a frequent one and one can meet new people and travel solo. While the trails showcase exceptional views traveling solo gives you a chance not only to rediscover yourself but to also get close to nature even more. But if you travel in a group the hike gets a little easier and you could also join a group if you are alone.

Yes, you can definitely visit Har Ki Doon trek in the month of February. It is one of the best times to enjoy the frequent snowfall and low temperatures. You will get to trek through the route filled with snow and also capture serene views of the mountain ranges covered in the carpet of snow.

If you wish to enjoy Har Ki Doon trek at its best, then December would be a great time as it receives heavy to very heavy snowfall. The temperature of the region drops down to almost 0 - 5 degree celsius. If you are planning a trip in the month of December, then you should make sure that you carry enough woolen clothes to keep you protected.

Har Ki Doon is located at a distance of 450 km from Delhi which can be covered within 10 hours. You can take a direct flight to Dehradun and then cover the rest of the distance by road. You can also reach Har Ki Doon from Delhi by taking direct trains and buses.

Keeping in mind the policies and terms of the trek, consumption of alcohol, or any other intoxicant or smoking during the trek is strictly prohibited.

Yes, there are dangerous wild animals at Har Ki Doon trek as it is a part of Govind National Park that is known for its wide array of flora and fauna. It is advised to always trek with your teammates and not go solo for this trek. Apart from this, one must ensure that they stay inside the tents and leave it only with a fellow trekking member. Speaking of avalanches, there is no harm to anyone with that as this region of the Garhwal Himalayas hardly faces any of them that makes them the perfect choices in all the seasons.

Yes, you can visit Har Ki Doon trek in the month of August as it is the best month to enjoy trekking. If you are someone who loves to take up challenges then this is the time as you will find small challenges on the long trekking routes as the place experiences rainfall and this will surely increase the overall fun factor.

No, prior trekking experience is not necessary. Har Ki Dun Trek is suitable for beginners as well as experienced trekkers.

The trek's highest point is Har Ki Dun Valley, which is situated at an altitude of approximately 11,700 feet.

While there is no strict age limit, a reasonable fitness level is required to complete the trek comfortably. It's advisable to consult a doctor before undertaking the trek, especially for elderly individuals or those with pre-existing medical conditions.

It's essential to stay hydrated, follow the instructions of your trekking guide, and maintain a steady pace while ascending or descending. Acclimatization is crucial, so take breaks and listen to your body's needs.

Weather conditions can vary, but generally, the daytime temperatures range from 10 to 15 degrees Celsius, while nights can be chilly, with temperatures dropping to around 0 degrees Celsius. It's advisable to carry appropriate clothing layers to tackle changing weather.

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