Trek to Har ki Dun Valley into the Uttarakhand Himalayas

The Har Ki Dun hike is a scenic path across Uttarakhand's Garhwal Himalayas. The adventure begins at Sankri hamlet and lasts around 50 kilometers, reaching an elevation of 3,566 meters (11,700 feet). Known as the "Valley of Gods," it has stunning views of the Swargarohini, Jaundhar, and Black Peak glaciers, as well as lush meadows and old settlements such as Osla. The path is tough and best completed between April and June, as well as September and November, making it suitable for both novice and expert hikers. The Har Ki Dun Valley's unique fauna, breathtaking environment, and cultural legacy make it an ideal destination for nature lovers and outdoors enthusiasts.