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Uttarakhand is the best place for trekking in India. Tourists can admire the natural beauty here. Everybody is a wonderful trek that attracts trekkers from all over the world for decades. Har Ki Dun such a wonderful track that attracts trekkers from around the world for decades. This trek is located at an elevation of 3556 meters above sea level and is surrounded by pine forests from four sides. It’s a cold place where the temperature is always 10 degrees maximum in winters and it’s always 15 degrees to in summers. This is a 7-day long trek, which starts from Dehradun and ends in Dehradun, during trekking, trekkers can see four beautiful places of Garhwal including Sanchari, Taluka, Osla, Har Ki Doon. Har Ki Doon (meaning the Valley of God) is located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, there is a small village in the lap of Fateh Mountain, surrounded by the assistant Rupin and Sopin rivers of Yamuna. It is an extremely remote place near the Himalayas. In the north Kinnaur of Himachal and east of Tibet in the heart of Tuna, everybody has their own area under the Govind Animal Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary.

The Swargarohini Mountain is clearly visible from here. This is the place where the Pandavas had found the way of heaven in religious mythology. There is also a tale connected with the Har Ki Dun. The story of Harpu that was revealed was that a barge named Harpu used to come here every year for wool from the sheep, because all the Bhedal people used to cut sheep on a fixed date. Which is called the Nunai festival in the local language. Even that year, Harpu came with a drum and thanked the elders of the bumblebees as he used to do the job. The bhedal people used to give him wool and his eyes started spraying with happiness. He also thought that at least this time he is going to get the maximum wool, so that he will be able to make more clothes for his children. He is worn in Dhol Sagar’s tune that he gave up all his knowledge in the same way. That is why the local people here call the Har-Ki-Dun by the name Harpu.

Day 1: Dehradun / Haridwar to Sankri (200 KM /245 KM Drive)

Dehradun / Haridwar to Sankri (200 KM /245 KM Drive)

Our TrekNTales team will pick you from your reaching point from where we will move to our first destination Sankri. This village is around 200 km from Dehradun and 245 km from Haridwar which will take around 8 to 9 hours to reach here. First of all, we will reach Damata. This place comes under Uttarkashi district. We will stay here for 20 minutes and after having light breakfast we will move ahead. After crossing Baranigad, Naogaon, etc. we will reach Purola. is the largest city after Dehradun on the Dehradun - Sankari way. Perhaps this city is bigger then Uttarkashi. It is also known as the main gate of Har-Ki-Dun and it is situated at an elevation of 1584 meters above sea level. If you have extra time, you should also spend one day in this city on the banks of the River Tons. But we will not stay here. We will move forward from here to our first stop. The distance of the sacral distance from Parola is 55 km. Moving forward from Purola, the atmosphere becomes adorable. Now you will face the dense forest of pine. After completing a nearly 9-hour tireless mountainous journey, we will reach Samkari in the evening. Samkari is a very beautiful place. This place, situated between the mountains far away from modern civilization, will be the first stop for our Har-Ki-Dun tour. Here you will relax at the place arranged by our TrekNTales team.

Day 2: Sankri To Taluka (12 Km drive) To Seema/Osla (14 km Trek)

Next day after having breakfast we will move to our second stopping point Taluka which is around 12 km from Sankri village and it will take around 1 to 2 hours to reach here via vehicle because of the high hills way. You can see the Supin river on the right side while moving uphills to reach the Taluka. We will cross the trail which goes through the dense forest of chinars, pines, and walnut trees. After reaching at Taluka we will take rest and then we will start our first longest trekking of 14 km to reach Seema / Osla. We will cross the wooden bridges which are made by the local people to cross the streams. You will have to climb in the way but it will not be too long. On the way we will cross the Ganges. On the way there is a popular local locale called Dhaba, where the food is very tasty. There is Someshwar temple near the village where Lord Shiva is worshiped. Going on the trekking path you can see the animals of the villagers roaming. There is a lot of cold weather here, so you must bring winter clothes with you. The natural environment here and cold air coming from the mountains will give your body freshness. After reaching Seema / Osla you will stay at the place arranged by TrekNTales team.

Day 3: Seema to Osla to Har Ki Dun (12 Km Trek)

The next morning we will leave for the next day's trekking. First of all, we have to cross the long bridge over the Supin River and then a steep climb up the hill till we reach a small bridge. After climbing up the hill around four-kilometer, we will reach at the top of the peak, from where the sights are very beautiful. This entire Har-Ki-Dun trek is twelve kilometers. After crossing the hill, we will reach Kalkati Dhar where there is a short journey to climb up and changes can be seen in nature. From here the Hata Peak can be seen clearly. Har-Ki-Dun is situated at the bottom of this peak. During this trekking, you will experience pleasant scenes of the valleys, plains and the vast mountains. The gradual advancement of everybody is decorated with wild orchid areas and from the height of 6200 meters, Yamunotri, Syanachatti, Swargarohini and Jaundhar Glacier are clearly visible. It is a mythological belief that Yudhishtar went to heaven through the Swargarohini Parvat. There are plenty of places where you can camp. On the way we will cross Har Ki Dun Himalayan Cafe where we can have light food. If you are having extra time, you also can visit the Govind Pashu Vihar National Park and Sanctuary near Har Ki Dun. After reaching here you will stay at the place arranged by the TrekNTales team. In the evening you can enjoy the beauty here and enjoy delicious dishes with your friends.

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