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Har Ki Dun Trek Uttarakhand

Situated at the base of Fateh Parvat, Har ki dun is located in the western part of the Uttarkashi District. The Har ki dun trek is becoming popular among trekkers and bird watcher due to the beautiful areas it covers. The dense pine and chest wood forests, the fresh green grassland, the terraced mountains and the surrounding glimmering peaks, make it a haven for nature lovers. Har ki dun is also home to a wide variety of wildlife as well as bird species including the black partridge and jungle fowl.

The important peaks visible from here are Swargrohini, Bandarpunch and Kala Nag.

Har ki dun Trek

The trek commences from Taluka, a beautiful place located a little distance from the har ki dun river. Talika is at a distance of 35 kms from Mori, which is in turn 170 kms away from Dehradun the state capital of Uttarakhand.

The trek can take anywhere from 8 to 15 days depending on one’s choice and leisure. The trek is moderately difficult and covers a great variety of landscapes, from forests to grasslands to terraced mountains.

The route of the trek is as follows:
Taluka – Osla (13 kms)
Osla    –   Har ki dun (12 Kms)
Har ki dun – Debshu Bugiyal (14 kms)

Best time to visit: may to November (in monsoon, the flowers bloom in the valley, making it exceptionally beautiful).

Getting there:

Taluka, the starting point of the Har ki dun trek is easily accessible from Dehradun (205 kms).
Closest Airport from Dehradun is Jolly Grant (24 kms)
The closest railway station is Dehradun.

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