Har ki Doon is a cradle shaped valley accessible through Govind National Park, mostly popular for its rich variety of flora and fauna. It is situated at the base of Fateh parvat, at an altitude of 3556m and surrounded by the pine forest from all the sides. The picturesque valley is also known by the name of Valley of Gods and the immense beauty of this majestic place perfectly justifies to it. In Indian mythology, it is believed that the Pandavas took the same route to ascend towards heaven from the Swargrohini Peak, the mountain that dominates the Har Ki Dun valley. You can also see the Bandarpoonch, Blackpeak and Ruinsara peaks from here.
Day 01 : Drive Rishikesh to Sankri; 230 km, 10 hour.
Day 02 : Drive Sankri to Taluka and Trek to Osla; 1 hour drive, 14 km trek.
Day 03 : Trek Osla to Har-ki-doon; 11 km, 5 to 6 hour.
Day 04 : Exploratory day to visit either Maninda Tal or Jaundhar Glacier and back.
Day 05 : Trek Har ki dun to Seema to Osla; 11 km, 3-4 hour.
Day 06 : Trek Osla to Taluka and Drive to Sankri; 14 km trek and 12 km drive.
Day 07 : Drive back to Rishikesh. Reach by 7-8 pm.