Har ki Dun Trek- Himalaya Shelter

Explore the interesting Har Ki Dun Trek in Uttarakhand, India. This 50-kilometer trek across the Garhwal Himalayas culminates at an elevation of 11,700 feet in the cradle-shaped Har Ki Dun Valley. Begin in Sankri village, the beginning point for several popular treks, including Bali Pass, Kedarkantha, and Rupin Pass. July and September are good months for visiting. The valley, situated within the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, provides breathtaking vistas of snow-covered hills, meadows, and medieval cities. The name "Har Ki Dun" translates to "Valley of Gods," which has spiritual and ecological importance. Enjoy traditional activities like as the Lord Someshwara feast, which includes distant drumbeats from Dhaka. Discover the wonders of the "Valley of Gods"!