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Har Ki Dun - Ruinsara Tal - Maninda Tal - Jaundhar Glacier Trek

Har Ki Dun Trek With Ruinsara Tal, Maninda Tal And Jaundhar Glacier

A journey of a lifetime in the Valley of Lord Shiva and Someshwar Devta. With Maninda Tal and Jaundhar Glacier

A Himalayan High Experience
Rs. 13000/-
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9 Days, 8 nights, Sankri to Sankri. Extra cost of Rs. 3500 applicable for foreigners. Private Customized groups can be booked at extra cost

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About The Har Ki Dun Trek With Ruinsara Tal, Maninda Tal And Jaundhar Glacier

About The Har Ki Dun With Ruinsara Tal Trek

The Har Ki Dun Trek has always been a very popular name among all the trekking enthusiasts, lovers of the Himalayas and the entire trekking community. Many generations of trekkers from across India and around the world have trekked to the Har Ki Dun valley and have cherished its unique place among all the popular treks in the Himalayas. Trekkers have been coming to the Har Ki Dun valley for many decades now. There is a reason for that, isn't it?

With the Har Ki Dun, they also often trek to the Maninda Tal which is only 3KMs ahead in the same valley and to Jaundhar glacier or Jamdar Bamak glacier on the other side. All these places are well known and have always been a part of this classic Har Ki Dun Valley Trek. But trekking to the adjacent Ruinsara valley and viewing the magnificent Ruinsara Tal with Har Ki Dun Trek is a fairly new and very exciting addition to this trek.

Earlier, trekkers used to enter the Har Ki Dun valley from the Osla-Kalkati Dhar route and return from the same route. Very few people planned to visit Ruinsara Tal with Har Ki Dun valley despite it being just adjacent to Har Ki Dun. Only people going to cross Bali Pass from Ruinsara valley used to come here or some mountaineers going further ahead in this valley towards Kiarkoti and Bandarpunch glacier region camped here. But combining Ruinsara Valley and lake with Har Ki Dun Trek just elevates this old trek to a whole new level and makes the new trek much more exciting to everyone. At the same time, it gives many more trekkers a chance to visit this heavenly Ruinsara Lake with their Har Ki Dun Trek itinerary. So both these places complement each other very well and combining the two makes it a win-win situation.

 

The Various Elements of Har Ki Dun Valley Trek

The trek to Har Ki Dun valley is a great trek in its own right. There are good reasons behind why it has been a hugely popular Himalayan Trek for decades. There are enchanting elements associated with this valley which mesmerise everyone equally. We have also talked about the Har Ki Dun valley trek at length in our dedicated itinerary for Har Ki Dun valley with Maninda Tal Trek.

But summarising it here once again, there are 3 biggest elements of Har Ki Dun valley trek; the giant and mesmerising Himalayan peaks, the ultra-rich flora & fauna of the Govind Vihar National Park and the local culture and folklore of the 'Borasu Patti'. As soon as one starts trekking from Taluka village on the Har Ki Dun trek route, every few hundred meters, the valley takes a new sharp turn along the Supin / Har Ki Dun Gad river and the whole surrounding changes. At some places, the river is very calm and broad, while at other places it looks frighteningly rapid and violent with white water in it. The forest along the river and the trail also keep changing. You'll find an abundance of Pine, Deodar and Oak trees at the beginning. Rhododendrons also grow there in abundance. As you keep progressing ahead in the valley, these large conifer trees will give way to smaller alpine shrubs and meadows. At higher altitudes, there will be Blue Pine, Silver Fir, Spruce, Maple and Walnut trees. Apart from this, there are about 12 species of large mammals found in this area including Black Bear, Brown Bear, common Leopard, Musk Deer, Bharal etc along with a large group of smaller mammals and bird species too.

Coming to the rich local culture of this valley, there are villages here which are many centuries old and have a rich cultural history and heritage behind them. Villages like Osla, Puoni, Gangad go as far behind in history as the time of the epic of Mahabharata. There is even a famous Duryodhana temple in the village of Osla which is now known as the Someshwar Mahadev Temple of Osla. The biggest attraction of this Har Ki Dun valley trek is obviously the Himalayas. Har Ki Dun valley takes you very close to the Swargarohini group of peaks. There are a total of 6 peaks in this mountain massif and the highest one stands at 6252 meters. This is not the only mountain more than 6000 meters above sea level in this area. In fact, there are other peaks which are even taller. There are Bandarpunch West & East; higher one standing at 6316 meters and the tallest mountain of this sub-range which is Kalanag or Black Peak at 6387 meters. All these mountains reveal themselves on the Har Ki Dun trek route. From Har Ki Dun, one can also reach Kinnaur valley in Himachal Pradesh by crossing Borasu Pass.

 

The Beauty of Ruinsara Tal

The beauty of Ruinsara valley and Ruinsara Tal / Lake is a world apart from anything else. When you enter Ruinsara valley walking on a small trail through a dense conifer forest, you suddenly enter a wide expanse of this valley with a river stream coming from the Bandarpunch glacier region. You walk ahead deeper in the valley and you find yourself surrounded by thicker forest area and parallel mountain ranges on both sides. On your left, there is Har Ki Dun valley and on your right, there is Yamunotri valley which can be reached by crossing Bali Pass. In the beginning, the trail through Ruinsara valley is very gentle and gradually ascending. There are wide open places available for camping with fresh water nearby. There is even a permanent hut constructed at this place. This area is called 'Rain Basera' or just night shelter. We also camp here for one night before finally reaching Ruinsara Lake.

Next day in the Ruinsara valley will take you to Ruinsara Lake. There is again a gradually ascending trail through the forest and small meadows with several river crossings too. After a walk of about 3-4 hours, the valley suddenly changes and you need to climb over two steep portions on the trail. The large trees mostly get left behind and there are only smaller bushes at this altitude. After about another hour of these climbs, it culminates into a very large and flat ground which is almost like a large plateau. One permanent hut is also constructed here. Very comfortable and flat ground is available here for camping. When you walk towards the far end of this plateau, you need to climb over a small ridgeline of boulders and the Ruinsara Lake reveals itself to you.

Ruinsara Lake is a fairly large lake compared to other high altitude lakes commonly found in the Himalayas. It has crystal-clear blue water that is completely calm and transparent. The lake is almost circular and surrounded by giant peaks including the Swargarohini mountains. It is possible to take a long walk around the lake and see its beauty from all the sides and also all the surrounding mountains reflecting on its clear surface. Early morning Sunrise and Sunset in the evening also give the lake very unique hues of blue. The whole area near the lake is such a nice and amazing place for camping that once you reach here, you wouldn't want to come back for days. On our way back from the Ruinsara valley, there is also a chance to visit the Devsu Bugyal which is a beautiful high altitude alpine meadow completely hidden by thick forest cover around it. We can't camp here but it is still an amazing place to walk through.

Considering all the above things, there is no doubt that everyone must plan to visit Ruinsara Tal too when they come for Har Ki Dun Trek. This whole combined trek is also of moderate difficulty level like the Har Ki Dun trek and you need to add only 2 extra days in the standard Har Ki Dun itinerary to be able to visit Ruinsara Valley and Ruinsara Tal.

Please read more on Why shouldn't you miss Ruinsara Tal with Har Ki Dun Trek.

 

Covid-19 Update: Is Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara Tal Trek Open?

The Uttarakhand Government has reopened all the tourist destinations across the state and adventure tourism activities like trekking have also been resumed. It is convenient and practical for the trekkers to come and do a trek in Uttarakhand and any Covid test report is not required. Trekkers have been doing the Har Ki Dun trek from the last week of September. It is mandatory that we follow all Covid19 precautions like social distancing, wearing masks, and using sanitizers frequently. It is also advised that we do not venture into the villages and mix up too much with the local people in the villages. For more detailed guidelines issued by the government, please read Travel Rules for Uttarakhand post Covid-19 lockdowns.

 

Best time to do Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara Tal Trek

There are two good and long seasons to do Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara Tal Trek. In the first half of the year in the pre-monsoon season, this trek can be done from March till the end of June. In the post-monsoon season, this trek starts again from mid-September and can be enjoyed till mid-December right before the harsh winter sets in. The experience of doing this trek in all major seasons of spring, summer and autumn is different and unique in its own way.

 

Difficulty level of Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara Tal Trek

Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara Tal trek is a 7 days' trek of moderate difficulty level. Every day on the trek, trekkers need to cover an average of 10-12 KMs. But the trail is nowhere too difficult or too steep. Most of the time, the trail ascends or descends gradually. Beginners can also do this trek but not without preparation due to the total length of the trek route and its remoteness. In fact, every trekker coming to do Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara Tal trek must prepare physically for a minimum period of 1.5-2 months.

 

Required personal items for Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara Tal Trek

  • 3 sets of Tshirts
  • 2 set of track pants
  • 4 sets of socks ( 2 cottons, 2 woollen)
  • 1 set of thermal inner ( upper & lower)
  • Fleece Jacket or Pullovers
  • Down Jacket (provided by us if u buy the full package with rentals )
  • Waterproof High Ankle Trekking Shoes (provided by us if you buy the full package with rentals )
  • Headlamp (provided by us if you buy the full package with rentals )
  • Sunglasses
  • Water Bottle & Tiffin Box with Spoon
  • Skull Cap Wollen or Fleece
  • Toilet Paper Roll, Wet Tissue
  • Personal Care Kit ( lip balm, moisturizer, sunscreen, etc )
  • Personal Medical Kit

 

 

 

Detailed Daywise Itinerary For Har Ki Dun Trek With Ruinsara Tal, Maninda Tal And Jaundhar Glacier

Day 1From Dehradoon To Sankri, Via - Purola, Mori

Quick Information:
  • Dehradoon : 445 meters / 1469 feets
  • Purola: 1550 meters / 5115 feets
  • Mori: 1150 meters / 3795 feets
  • Sankri: 1920 meters / 6336 feets
  • Approximate Time: 8 - 9 hours
  • Day's Activity: Drive
Brief Details Of The Day:

Early morning board your vehicles to take one of the very picturesque Himalayan drive following the Yamuna and the Tons river. You may stop by at Mussurie for having a quick breakfast and at Kempty falls enroute to start with the fun game right away.

After a drive of some 7-8 hours, you will arrive in Sankri by evening. On reaching, one of our representative will greet you and guide you to your room. Once you are settled and freshened up, we meet over for evening Tea and Snacks. That's where we get introduced with the Team, issue you personal equipment for extra hygiene and safety, and share latest updates for the Har Ki Dun trek in short. 

Our dinner gets ready by that time, and we get ready for a savory dinner cooked by our expert cook hired locally. Your trek leader and guide will share the timings for tomorrow.

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals: Evening Snacks, Dinner

Day 2From Sankri To Chillur Gad, Via - Taluka , Gangaad

Quick Information:
  • Sankri: 1920 meters / 6336 feets
  • Taluka : 1800 meters / 5940 feets
  • Gangaad: 2400 meters / 7920 feets
  • Chillur Gad: 2500 meters / 8250 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 10 Km
  • Approximate Time: 5 - 6 hours
  • Day's Activity: Drive, Trek
Brief Details Of The Day:

Today after breakfast, we drive through the rough raod to Taluka, mostly on a camper or other  4X4. Its a very Exciting and thrilling offroad drive. In 45 minutes we reach Taluka, where we meet our mules-men. While our team loads the camping equipment on the mules, the team advances and starts the trek to Chillurgad following the Supin river. The sound of the river is just so exciting. So is walking through the forest under tall conifers often crossing the river over bridges.

Our trail today is quite a simple one and is also used by the villagers. It gets lively as well interacting with the locals - From kids to old men and women. The campsite is lovely beside the Supin river and we can hear the gush of it throughout. Its a different kind of a music. The famous village of Osla is visible from our campsite hanging on the mountain in the front. 

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals
  • day2 photo - the road through the woods
  • day2 photo - a typical house of the valley gangaad village
  • day2 photo - beautiful peaks greet you on har ki dun trek
  • day2 photo - the village of gangaad

Day 3From Chillur Gad To Kalkati Dhaar , Via - Osla, Halche

Quick Information:
  • Chillur Gad: 2500 meters / 8250 feets
  • Osla: 2800 meters / 9240 feets
  • Halche: 2900 meters / 9570 feets
  • Kalkati Dhaar : 3200 meters / 10560 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 12 Km
  • Approximate Time: 5 - 6 hours
  • Day's Activity: Trek
Brief Details Of The Day:

W resume our trek for the day after having our breakfast. Starting from Chillurgad, we walk towards Seema. Its about 1.5 kilometers to Seema and on the entire distance, the village of Osla hovers over you. On Seema, we take some rest as we get set to finally do some climbing on the trek and reach Osla. 

We do not enter Osla and keep it for the return trek. We gain quite some height with the climb to Osla and the the trail again gently climbs up further to Halche and Kalkatidhar. It is very picturesque one as it swirls across rich pasture land overlooked by giant mountains. The shine on the local organic crop talks a lot about the hard working villagers. We get lovely views of Bandarpoonch, White Peak, Black Peak or Kalanag, Ruinsara peaks and a peek into the opposite valley from Halche.

Our camp is another 2 kilometers from here. The elegant Hata and Har Ki Dun peak stands out tall on this campsite.

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals
  • day3 photo - black peak along with others glowing together
  • day3 photo - kids of osla
  • day3 photo - kids playing around in osla
  • day3 photo - the historical duryodhana temple of osla
  • day3 photo - little girls on daily duty in the mountains

Day 4Rest / Acclimatization / Local Exploration Day. Excursion to Har Ki Dun, Maninda Tal, Jaundhar Glacier View Point

Quick Information:
  • Kalkati Dhaar : 3200 meters / 10560 feets
  • Kalkati Dhaar: 3200 meters / 10560 feets
  • Har Ki Dun, Maninda Tal, Jaundhar Glacier View Point: 3800 meters / 12540 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 14 Km
  • Approximate Time: 6 hours
  • Day's Activity: Trek
Brief Details Of The Day:

Our trail for today involves very gradual ascends as we head towards the plateau of Har Ki Dun. The trail is lovely passing by a lovely waterfall. As we climb up, the river gets narrower and gives an extreme joy to watch amidst the forest of conifers, rhododendrons and lots of colorful and small wildflowers. Many species of bird could be seen on this trail as it gets peaceful. We walk by not disturbing the harmony and tranquility of the place.

As we near Har Ki Dun, the giant peak of Har Ki Dun and Hata peak greet us. It is probably one of the most beautiful places in the Himalayas. The stream of Maninda with the view of Har Ki Dun Peak and Hata Peak in the background is just one of the perfect frame in the mountains. Little beyond, the vast field of the Swargarohini valley is visible. Its an unbelievable view going up till the Jaundhar Glacier.

We trek up to Maninda Tal and return back to Kalkati Dhar by evening for the night

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals
  • day4 photo - the peak of kalanag or black peak as seen on harkidun trek
  • day4 photo - swargarohini from har ki dun
  • day4 photo - har ki dun in winter
  • day4 photo - har ki dun
  • day4 photo - a semi frozen river on har ki dun trek

Day 5From Kalkati Dhaar To Rainbasera, Via - Boslo

Quick Information:
  • Kalkati Dhaar: 3200 meters / 10560 feets
  • Boslo: 3150 meters / 10395 feets
  • Rainbasera: 3400 meters / 11220 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 12 Km
  • Approximate Time: 5 hours
  • Day's Activity: Trek
Brief Details Of The Day: Trek to Rainbasera.
Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Day 6From Rainbasera To Ruinsara Tal

Quick Information:
  • Rainbasera: 3400 meters / 11220 feets
  • Ruinsara Tal: 3615 meters / 11930 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 5 Km
  • Approximate Time: 3 hours
  • Day's Activity: Trek
Brief Details Of The Day: A relaxing trek to Ruinsara Tal. Enjoy beautiful views from this exotic destination
Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Day 7From Ruinsara Tal To Chillur Gad, Via - Devsu Bugiyal

Quick Information:
  • Ruinsara Tal: 3615 meters / 11930 feets
  • Devsu Bugiyal : 2900 meters / 9570 feets
  • Chillur Gad: 2500 meters / 8250 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 14 Km
  • Approximate Time: 6 - 7 hours
  • Day's Activity: Trek
Brief Details Of The Day:

Trek down on the same route to Chillur Gad, our first camp on this trek

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Day 8From Chillur Gad To Sankri, Via - Gangaad, Taluka

Quick Information:
  • Chillur Gad: 2500 meters / 8250 feets
  • Gangaad: 2400 meters / 7920 feets
  • Taluka: 1800 meters / 5940 feets
  • Sankri: 1920 meters / 6336 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 10 Km
  • Approximate Time: 5 - 6 hours
  • Day's Activity: Trek
Brief Details Of The Day:

After having quick breakfast, we have to return to Taluka today via the same route

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Day 9From Sankri To Dehradun

Quick Information:
  • Sankri: 1920 meters / 6336 feets
  • Dehradun: 330 meters / 1089 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 190 Km
  • Approximate Time: 7 hours
  • Day's Activity: Drive
Brief Details Of The Day:

Today we leave for Dehradun after breakfast

Accommodation: None
Meals: Breakfast

Covid19 Safety Protocol For Himalayan Treks

Unnatural times call for an unusual response. We at Himalayan High are facing it with even more stringent safety measures to ensure our treks, trekkers, and the local support team are safe. The Covid19 Pandemic has completely changed the way we look at the World and do things. It has changed the way we trek as well. Here is a brief.

  • Small Groups of less than 15 members
  • No Fixed Camps at all. Use a single sleeping bag, mattress & sleeping bag inners throughout the trek without any mixup
  • Sanitized Transportation
  • Contactless Screening of Participants on arrival
  • Contactless Paperwork and Online Booking Procedure
  • Mandatory Sanitization Before Entry
  • Sanitized Accommodation, Linens, Sleeping Bags, etc
  • Sanitized and sun-dried Camping Equipment
  • Monitored Support Crew with extra protection of masks, gloves and frequent use of sanitizers
  • Social Distancing from other unmonitored groups
  • Daily evaluation of Health for Safe Mountain Health
  • Twin Sharing Accommodations on the trek
  • Single tent supplement available
  • Proper Dining Hygiene in Dining Tents
  • Dry Toilets in toilet tents.
  • Covid Hygiene Kit including personal Sleeping Bag Inner for free
  • Precautionary Quarantine Tents On Trek
  • Immunity-Boosting Food Menu and Drinks
  • Filtered, Boiled and Treated Drinking Water

Read more on the following link about our Covid19 safety measures to ensure a safe trek. Safe trekking in the Himalayas during COVID-19

With this protocol, we have resumed our Himalayan Treks.

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+ Quick Info
  • Duration: 9 Days, 8 nights, Sankri to Sankri
  • Highest Altitude: 4200m
  • Grade: Moderate ( know trek grades )
  • Best Time: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
  • Terrain: Meadows, forest , snow
  • Activity Type: Trek
  • Trail Type: Same Exit Entry Point
  • Starts At: Sankri
  • Ends At: Sankri
  • Region: India - Uttrakhand
  • Country: India
  • Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehraoon, Uttrakhand
  • Nearest Rail Head: Dehraoon, Uttrakhand
  • Travel Guide: Where and How To Reach Sankri
  • Mobile Network: BSNL & Vodafone
  • Internet Option: 4G till Purola. 3g Till Mori. No Internet Sankri Onwards
  • Temperatures: -3 to 15 deg C
  • Is Cloak Room Available: Yes
  • Generic Food Menu: Indian, Garhwali, Himachali
+ Short Travel Itinerary

** click on the DayNumber to read detailed itinerary for the day

  • Day 1

    Drive

    Arrival Day
    Arrive In Sankri (1920m ), Via - Purola (1550m ), Mori (1150m ). 8 - 9 Hrs.
    Overnight In: Sankri (1920m )
    Accommodation: Hotel
    Meals Included: Evening Snacks, Dinner
    Cost Of Transport Included: NO
  • Day 2

    Drive, Trek

    From Sankri (1920m ) To Chillur Gad (2500m ), Via - Taluka (1800m ), Gangaad (2400m ). 5 - 6 Hrs. 10 Kms
    Overnight In: Chillur Gad (2500m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 3

    Trek

    From Chillur Gad (2500m ) To Kalkati Dhaar (3200m ), Via - Osla (2800m ), Halche (2900m ). 5 - 6 Hrs. 12 Kms
    Overnight In: Kalkati Dhaar (3200m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 4

    Rest / Acclimatization / Local Exploration Day

    Excursion to Har Ki Dun, Maninda Tal, Jaundhar Glacier View Point (3800m )6 Hrs. 14 Kms
    Overnight In: Kalkati Dhaar (3200m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 5

    Trek

    From Kalkati Dhaar (3200m ) To Rainbasera (3400m ), Via - Boslo (3150m ) . 5 Hrs. 12 Kms
    Overnight In: Rainbasera (3400m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 6

    Trek

    From Rainbasera (3400m ) To Ruinsara Tal (3615m ) . 3 Hrs. 5 Kms
    Overnight In: Ruinsara Tal (3615m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 7

    Trek

    From Ruinsara Tal (3615m ) To Chillur Gad (2500m ), Via - Devsu Bugiyal (2900m ) . 6 - 7 Hrs. 14 Kms
    Overnight In: Chillur Gad (2500m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 8

    Trek

    From Chillur Gad (2500m ) To Sankri (1920m ), Via - Gangaad (2400m ), Taluka (1800m ). 5 - 6 Hrs. 10 Kms
    Overnight In: Sankri (1920m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 9

    Drive

    Departure Day
    From Sankri (1920m ) To Dehradun (330m ) . 7 Hrs. 190 Kms
    Overnight In: Dehradun (330m )
    Accommodation: None
    Meals Included: Breakfast
    Cost Of Transport Included: NO
+ Fixed Departure Dates

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+ Package Cost Inclusions

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN PRICE

  • 9 Days / 8 nights of trek cost Ex. Sankri
  • 2 nights in Himalayan High managed homestay in Sankri with emphasis on local organic food and cultural exposure.
  • Accommodation in spacious tents on trek, 3man tents ( twin sharing can be purchased separately )
  • Sub Zero Sleeping bags supported with Warm Fleece Sleeping Bag Inners For Extra Hygiene and Warmth
  • All required camping gears with Separate Dining and Kitchen Tents and toilet tents for men and women
  • All meals starting Evening Tea in Sankri on Day 1 till Breakfast in Sankri on Day 8 morning
  • 3 meals (B,L,D) suited for high altitude with evening snacks, soup, hot drinks and extra energizers/juice for summit days
  • All other equipment and safety gears required for trek like Gaiters, Anti Slip Crampons, ice axe, rope, helmets, etc etc
  • High Altitude Medical Kit with Oxygen cylinder and Pulse Oxymeter accompanied with a trek leader knowledgeable on high altitude medicine and physiology
  • Experienced and Well Equipped English/ Hindi Speaking Trek Leader
  • Expert and Knowledgeable local guide with cooks, helpers, etc
  • All forest entry permits and camping fees
  • Return transfers from Sankri to Taluka for team and staffs

Personal Trekking Equipment For Free Use:
(No Rent will be charged. Refundable security amount of Rs. 1000 need to be deposited )

  • Gaiters to protect snow from getting into your shoe (to be returned after use )
  • Microspikes / Ice Tracktion Crampons to grip well on slippery and hard snow on the trek (to be returned after use )
  • Poncho to protect you from snowfall (to be returned after use )
  • Trek Pole to protect you from falling and balancing on the trek (to be returned after use )
  • Rucksack to pack your trekking gears from Sankri (to be returned after use )
  • Fleece Inner Gloves (to increase layering in your hand )
  • Neck Warmer: ( to protect your throat )
  • Waterproof Gloves: ( to protect your hands)
  • Fleece Sleeping Bag Inner to ensure personal sleeping hygiene.  (to be taken home )

Equipment Available On Rent At Extra Cost

  • High Ankle Waterproof Trekking Shoes (Quechua): Rs 1040
  • -20 degrees Down Jackets: Rs. 1040
  • Windproof/Waterproof Jackets: Rs. 520
  • Windproof/Waterproof pants: Rs. 520
  • Headlamps: 208

Book on https://himalayanhigh.in/himalayan-high-altitude-equipment-rentals.aspx after booking your trek with us for discounts. Rent is chargeable for 4 trekking days only.

+ Package Cost Exclusions

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED 

  • BAGGAGE OFFLOAD: ( optional at extra cost of Rs.2500 per bag for the entire trek  )
  • TRANSPORT Ex Dehraoon, Sankri: ( Can be arranged on request )
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Personal Purchases
  • Food Purchased Outside Our Menu
  • Personal Gears
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusion list
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+ Cancellation Policy

When Should You Book?

We typically get booked about 3 - 6 months in advance. It is advisable to book this much in advance as you get early bird discounts and also your travel costs like flights/hotels/trains etc are much cheaper and confirmed if you book well in advance.

 

SPECIAL CANCELLATION TERMS DURING COVID19:  
(1st OCTOBER 2020 TILL 31st MARCH 2021 )

Considering the uncertainties during the COVID19 pandemic, we have eased our cancellation rules. 

  • Up to 3 days or more before the trek start date  - Full Refund of the total invoiced amount. No questions asked.
  • 2 days to 1 day before the trek start date - We will either issue you a trek voucher with a value of 100% of the trek fee or refund 85% of the trek fee if you want us to transfer the money back.
  • Transfer Of Seat to Different Batch/ Trek: No Loss Of Money, valid up to 1 year from Invoice date. It can be availed up to 1 day before Trek Start Date by sending an email.
  • Transfer of Seat to Friend/ Family: No Loss Of Money, valid up to 1 year from Invoice date. It can be availed up to 1 day before Trek Start Date by sending an email.
  • Validity Of The Covid19 Cancellation Policy: The above-listed cancellation rules apply only to bookings for which the trek start date falls between 1st October 2020 till 31st March 2021.

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