Har Ki Dun

Overview

Located at a height of almost 3, 754 meters, Har Ki Dun Trek is known for its distinct blend of natural beauty and cultural richness, as you not only enjoy stunning views of the Himalayan ranges but also get to experience the local lifestyle of the Garhwal region. The trek passes through several quaint villages, oak and rhododendron forests, waterfalls, grasslands, alpine meadows, rivers, streams, and glaciers. It can be completed in about seven days starting and ending at Haridwar or Dehradun. Named after the Hindu Temple, Har Ki Dun has several legends associated with it. It is believed that this was one of the few places where Lord Krishna had performed his divine dance. The trail takes you through some of the most picturesque villages of the region, such as Osla, Seema, and Taluka. It is ideal for adventure lovers, photographers, as well as nature enthusiasts as it offers breathtaking views of the peaks of the Swargarohini range, Bandarpoonch, and the Black peak.

Trek Fee

₹ 11,999/-

+ 5% GST ( Ends on 30 Nov )

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Overview

Located at a height of almost 3, 754 meters, Har Ki Dun Trek is known for its distinct blend of natural beauty and cultural richness, as you not only enjoy stunning views of the Himalayan ranges but also get to experience the local lifestyle of the Garhwal region. The trek passes through several quaint villages, oak and rhododendron forests, waterfalls, grasslands, alpine meadows, rivers, streams, and glaciers. It can be completed in about seven days starting and ending at Haridwar or Dehradun. Named after the Hindu Temple, Har Ki Dun has several legends associated with it. It is believed that this was one of the few places where Lord Krishna had performed his divine dance. The trail takes you through some of the most picturesque villages of the region, such as Osla, Seema, and Taluka. It is ideal for adventure lovers, photographers, as well as nature enthusiasts as it offers breathtaking views of the peaks of the Swargarohini range, Bandarpoonch, and the Black peak.

Overview

Located at a height of almost 3, 754 meters, Har Ki Dun Trek is known for its distinct blend of natural beauty and cultural richness, as you not only enjoy stunning views of the Himalayan ranges but also get to experience the local lifestyle of the Garhwal region. The trek passes through several quaint villages, oak and rhododendron forests, waterfalls, grasslands, alpine meadows, rivers, streams, and glaciers. It can be completed in about seven days starting and ending at Haridwar or Dehradun. Named after the Hindu Temple, Har Ki Dun has several legends associated with it. It is believed that this was one of the few places where Lord Krishna had performed his divine dance. The trail takes you through some of the most picturesque villages of the region, such as Osla, Seema, and Taluka. It is ideal for adventure lovers, photographers, as well as nature enthusiasts as it offers breathtaking views of the peaks of the Swargarohini range, Bandarpoonch, and the Black peak.

Trek Fee

₹ 11,999/-

+ 5% GST ( Ends on 30 Nov )

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Trek Fee

₹ 11,999/-

+ 5% GST ( Ends on 30 Nov )

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    • Day 1 - Haridwar/Dehradun to Sankri
    • Day 2 - Sankri to Osla via Taluka – 11 Km easy trek
    • Day 3 - Osla to Kalkatiyadhar – 7 Km trek
    • Day 4 - Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-dun and back – 10 km trek
    • Day 5 - Kalkatiyadhaar to Khangar – 11 km trek
    • Day 6 - Khangar to Taluka trek – 7 km trek and drive to Mussoorie
    • Day 7 - Mussoorie to Dehradun/Haridwar
    Day 1

    Haridwar/Dehradun to Sankri

    • You will get picked up from your location at either Haridwar or Dehradun.
    • Enjoy the long yet scenic drive to the village of Sankri via Mussoorie, Barkot, Purola, Mori, and Netwar along the Tons River.
    • At the end of the 240 km journey that is covered in almost 10 hours, you can rest for the night in Sankri.
    • Meal includes dinner which will be served in the village of Sankri itself before you retire for the night.
    Meal - Dinner
    Day 2

    Sankri to Osla via Taluka

    • Have an early breakfast at Sankri and set off for Taluka in a cab. This will be the starting point of your trek.
    • Start your 11–15 km easy trek from here that can be covered in approximately 5-7 hours.
    • The trek will take you through a lush green valley that is covered with wild orchids of the Himalayas. As you move out of Taluka village, the trail slightly descends and then continues gradually on the left of the valley.
    • You will then pass through thick forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows, and other conifer trees, and a few waterfalls as you continue on the trail until you reach Osla village by late afternoon.
    • Enjoy the rest of the day looking at the beautiful architecture at Osla, especially the Duryodhana temple which features a pair of carved peacocks on the top .
    • Spend the night in a guest house/camp at Osla village.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 3

    Osla to Kalkatiyadhar

    • Start your third day of the Har ki Dun trek with a hike for about 15 minutes, after which you will enter a cleared land, the first of several.
    • Next, take an ascent as the trail takes you over the confluence of the rivers Supin and Ruinsara all the way up to a viewpoint.
    • Once you reach the vantage point, you can look for the majestic peaks of Kala Nag (Black Peak) and Bandarpoonch ranges that will loom far in the distance.
    • Continue on your trail till you reach a flat piece of land. This is at a height of about 8,956 feet at Kalkatiyadhaar.
    • This is your next campsite where you will rest for the night.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 4

    Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-dun and back

    • Continue on your trek on Day 4 along a valley till the meadows of Dev Thach are clearly visible on your right.
    • You will find the valley divided now with Har-ki-dun on the left and Ruinsara Taal on the right.
    • Once you cross the mountain bend, you can see the Har Ki Dun and Hata Peak in the distance.
    • Continue along the pass through several streams and pine forests. You will also see a variety of Himalayan alpine flowers along its sides.
    • You will come across a small waterfall after about 20 minutes. Next, you will have to embark on a steep climb of about 15 minutes.
    • Find two valleys open up which are divided by the Karmanasha stream. The valley on the left is going to Maninda Taal and the other, to Jaundhar Glacier.
    • Camp for the night in Kalkatiyadhaar.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 5

    Kalkatiyadhaar to Khangar

    • On the fifth day of your Har ki Dun trek, you will start heading back to the Seema. You will set out on the same route that you took earlier. However, this time the trail goes downhill and is thus much less difficult.
    • Once you reach the Seema campsite, you will stop here to rest and spend the night in tents here.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 6

    Khangar to Taluka trek

    • On the sixth day of your Har ki dun trek, start off early with a heavy breakfast at your campsite before you set out on your descent.
    • This is going to be a much more easy trek and you will head back on the same route that you had taken to reach here.
    • Once you reach Taluka, you will get a vehicle that will transport you back to your starting point at Mussoorie.
    • The day comes to a close with a hearty dinner in the hotel in Mussoorie.
    Meal - Breakfast,Dinner
    Day 7

    Mussoorie to Dehradun/Haridwar

    • On the final day, start off with an early breakfast at Mussoorie.
    • After breakfast, you will get transport to either Dehradun or Haridwar according to your further schedules.
    Meal - Breakfast

    All Veg meals as mentioned in the itinerary.

    Tented accommodation on a triple sharing basis.

    Hotel in Manali on a triple sharing.

    Morning and Evening tea with light snacks during the trek.

    All necessary fees and permits of admission in different locations.

    Trekking equipment like tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.

    Medical kit/ First Aid Kit.

    Services of certified & experienced trek leaders.

    All inclusive trek team including guides, cooks, helpers, porters or mules.

    Transportation cost from Srinagar to Sonamarg and Naranag to Srinagar.

    All permits of the trek.

    Backpack offloading charges

    Personal expenses of any kind

    Travel insurance

    Anything apart from the inclusions

    👉🏿 Trekking Shoes

    👉🏿 Backpack(40-60 litres)

    👉🏿 Daypack(10 litres)

    👉🏿 Plastic Bags

    👉🏿 Personal medication Kit

    👉🏿 Two warm layers

    👉🏿 Two trek pants

    👉🏿 Two collared t-shirts

    👉🏿 Thermals

    👉🏿 Jackets

    👉🏿 Dark Sunglasses

    👉🏿 Cap

    👉🏿 Power Bank

    👉🏿 Toiletries

    👉🏿 Water bottles

    👉🏿 Rain covers

    👉🏿 Umbrella

    • Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness. Your body needs to train itself to process more work with lower levels of oxygen. Therefore, on treks, cardiovascular training is critically important. You need to be able to jog a distance of 4 km in 40 mins before the start of the trek. Unable to do so can make your trek difficult. In addition, preparation of trek needs to include strength and flexibility training. Registering for the trek is an understanding that you will undertake the mandated fitness training.

    • Backpack carrying: Tripsaa expects all trekkers to carry their own backpacks. All common gear will be carried by the support team. If for some reason a trekker is unable to carry his or her backpack, he/she can offload the same by paying an additional charge before they start the trek. No suitcases/trolleys will be allowed.

    • Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then Tripsaa will help the trekker to reach the nearest road head. A support staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.

    • Non-liability: Tripsaa is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/ equipment or other belongings on the trek.

    • Payment: You may make this payment by Cash, Cheque, Online, DD or NEFT. Once you done the payment kindly provide us the payment detail through an email. (Go through payment procedure also.)

    • Payment procedure: To confirm your registration you need to pay at least 30% of trek fee as an advance and the balance payment has to be cleared before your pickup.


    • Cancellation: If the trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike etc), Tripsaa will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year. The cancellation charges are as under:

      • Cancellations prior before 30 days from the start of the trek – Full Refund.
      • Cancellations prior to 29-15 days from the start of the trek – 80% Refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).

      • Cancellation prior to 7-14 days from the start of the trek -- 50% refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).

      • Cancellation prior to 7 days from the start of the trek -- no refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).

    • Drinking and smoking during the trek are strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be canceled with immediate effect.

    • Route changes, postponement, delay or finishing the trek a day earlier: Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later. This may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage. Trek fee is not charged broken down in terms of days but is a composite fee for the whole trek.

    • Carry a valid govt. issued I'd. (Original and photocopy both)

    Quick Look

    • Day 1 - Haridwar/Dehradun to Sankri
    • Day 2 - Sankri to Osla via Taluka – 11 Km easy trek
    • Day 3 - Osla to Kalkatiyadhar – 7 Km trek
    • Day 4 - Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-dun and back – 10 km trek
    • Day 5 - Kalkatiyadhaar to Khangar – 11 km trek
    • Day 6 - Khangar to Taluka trek – 7 km trek and drive to Mussoorie
    • Day 7 - Mussoorie to Dehradun/Haridwar

    Quick Look

    Day 1

    Haridwar/Dehradun to Sankri

    • You will get picked up from your location at either Haridwar or Dehradun.
    • Enjoy the long yet scenic drive to the village of Sankri via Mussoorie, Barkot, Purola, Mori, and Netwar along the Tons River.
    • At the end of the 240 km journey that is covered in almost 10 hours, you can rest for the night in Sankri.
    • Meal includes dinner which will be served in the village of Sankri itself before you retire for the night.
    Meal - Dinner
    Day 2

    Sankri to Osla via Taluka

    • Have an early breakfast at Sankri and set off for Taluka in a cab. This will be the starting point of your trek.
    • Start your 11–15 km easy trek from here that can be covered in approximately 5-7 hours.
    • The trek will take you through a lush green valley that is covered with wild orchids of the Himalayas. As you move out of Taluka village, the trail slightly descends and then continues gradually on the left of the valley.
    • You will then pass through thick forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows, and other conifer trees, and a few waterfalls as you continue on the trail until you reach Osla village by late afternoon.
    • Enjoy the rest of the day looking at the beautiful architecture at Osla, especially the Duryodhana temple which features a pair of carved peacocks on the top .
    • Spend the night in a guest house/camp at Osla village.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 3

    Osla to Kalkatiyadhar

    • Start your third day of the Har ki Dun trek with a hike for about 15 minutes, after which you will enter a cleared land, the first of several.
    • Next, take an ascent as the trail takes you over the confluence of the rivers Supin and Ruinsara all the way up to a viewpoint.
    • Once you reach the vantage point, you can look for the majestic peaks of Kala Nag (Black Peak) and Bandarpoonch ranges that will loom far in the distance.
    • Continue on your trail till you reach a flat piece of land. This is at a height of about 8,956 feet at Kalkatiyadhaar.
    • This is your next campsite where you will rest for the night.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 4

    Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-dun and back

    • Continue on your trek on Day 4 along a valley till the meadows of Dev Thach are clearly visible on your right.
    • You will find the valley divided now with Har-ki-dun on the left and Ruinsara Taal on the right.
    • Once you cross the mountain bend, you can see the Har Ki Dun and Hata Peak in the distance.
    • Continue along the pass through several streams and pine forests. You will also see a variety of Himalayan alpine flowers along its sides.
    • You will come across a small waterfall after about 20 minutes. Next, you will have to embark on a steep climb of about 15 minutes.
    • Find two valleys open up which are divided by the Karmanasha stream. The valley on the left is going to Maninda Taal and the other, to Jaundhar Glacier.
    • Camp for the night in Kalkatiyadhaar.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 5

    Kalkatiyadhaar to Khangar

    • On the fifth day of your Har ki Dun trek, you will start heading back to the Seema. You will set out on the same route that you took earlier. However, this time the trail goes downhill and is thus much less difficult.
    • Once you reach the Seema campsite, you will stop here to rest and spend the night in tents here.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 6

    Khangar to Taluka trek

    • On the sixth day of your Har ki dun trek, start off early with a heavy breakfast at your campsite before you set out on your descent.
    • This is going to be a much more easy trek and you will head back on the same route that you had taken to reach here.
    • Once you reach Taluka, you will get a vehicle that will transport you back to your starting point at Mussoorie.
    • The day comes to a close with a hearty dinner in the hotel in Mussoorie.
    Meal - Breakfast,Dinner
    Day 7

    Mussoorie to Dehradun/Haridwar

    • On the final day, start off with an early breakfast at Mussoorie.
    • After breakfast, you will get transport to either Dehradun or Haridwar according to your further schedules.
    Meal - Breakfast

    All Veg meals as mentioned in the itinerary.

    Tented accommodation on a triple sharing basis.

    Hotel in Manali on a triple sharing.

    Morning and Evening tea with light snacks during the trek.

    All necessary fees and permits of admission in different locations.

    Trekking equipment like tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.

    Medical kit/ First Aid Kit.

    Services of certified & experienced trek leaders.

    All inclusive trek team including guides, cooks, helpers, porters or mules.

    Transportation cost from Srinagar to Sonamarg and Naranag to Srinagar.

    All permits of the trek.

    Backpack offloading charges

    Personal expenses of any kind

    Travel insurance

    Anything apart from the inclusions

    • Trekking Shoes
    • Backpack(40-60 litres)
    • Daypack(10 litres)
    • Plastic Bags
    • Personal medication Kit
    • Two warm layers
    • Two trek pants
    • Two collared t-shirts
    • Thermals
    • Jackets
    • Dark Sunglasses
    • Cap
    • Power Bank
    • Toiletries
    • Water bottles
    • Rain covers /
    • Umbrella
    • Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness. Your body needs to train itself to process more work with lower levels of oxygen. Therefore, on treks, cardiovascular training is critically important. You need to be able to jog a distance of 4 km in 40 mins before the start of the trek. Unable to do so can make your trek difficult. In addition, preparation of trek needs to include strength and flexibility training. Registering for the trek is an understanding that you will undertake the mandated fitness training.
    • Backpack carrying: Tripsaa expects all trekkers to carry their own backpacks. All common gear will be carried by the support team. If for some reason a trekker is unable to carry his or her backpack, he/she can offload the same by paying an additional charge before they start the trek. No suitcases/trolleys will be allowed.
    • Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then Tripsaa will help the trekker to reach the nearest road head. A support staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.
    • Non-liability: Tripsaa is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/ equipment or other belongings on the trek.
    • Payment: You may make this payment by Cash, Cheque, Online, DD or NEFT. Once you done the payment kindly provide us the payment detail through an email. (Go through payment procedure also.)
    • Payment procedure: To confirm your registration you need to pay at least 30% of trek fee as an advance and the balance payment has to be cleared before your pickup.
    • Cancellation: If the trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike etc), Tripsaa will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year.

      The cancellation charges are as under:

      • Cancellations prior before 30 days from the start of the trek – Full Refund.
      • Cancellations prior to 29-15 days from the start of the trek – 80% Refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7-14 days from the start of the trek -- 50% refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7 days from the start of the trek -- no refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
    • Drinking and smoking during the trek are strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be canceled with immediate effect.
    • Route changes, postponement, delay or finishing the trek a day earlier: Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later. This may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage. Trek fee is not charged broken down in terms of days but is a composite fee for the whole trek.
    • Carry a valid govt. issued I'd. (Original and photocopy both)
    • Day 1 - Haridwar/Dehradun to Sankri
    • Day 2 - Sankri to Osla via Taluka – 11 Km easy trek
    • Day 3 - Osla to Kalkatiyadhar – 7 Km trek
    • Day 4 - Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-dun and back – 10 km trek
    • Day 5 - Kalkatiyadhaar to Khangar – 11 km trek
    • Day 6 - Khangar to Taluka trek – 7 km trek and drive to Mussoorie
    • Day 7 - Mussoorie to Dehradun/Haridwar

    Quick Look

    Day 1

    Haridwar/Dehradun to Sankri

    • You will get picked up from your location at either Haridwar or Dehradun.
    • Enjoy the long yet scenic drive to the village of Sankri via Mussoorie, Barkot, Purola, Mori, and Netwar along the Tons River.
    • At the end of the 240 km journey that is covered in almost 10 hours, you can rest for the night in Sankri.
    • Meal includes dinner which will be served in the village of Sankri itself before you retire for the night.
    Meal - Dinner
    Day 2

    Sankri to Osla via Taluka

    • Have an early breakfast at Sankri and set off for Taluka in a cab. This will be the starting point of your trek.
    • Start your 11–15 km easy trek from here that can be covered in approximately 5-7 hours.
    • The trek will take you through a lush green valley that is covered with wild orchids of the Himalayas. As you move out of Taluka village, the trail slightly descends and then continues gradually on the left of the valley.
    • You will then pass through thick forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows, and other conifer trees, and a few waterfalls as you continue on the trail until you reach Osla village by late afternoon.
    • Enjoy the rest of the day looking at the beautiful architecture at Osla, especially the Duryodhana temple which features a pair of carved peacocks on the top .
    • Spend the night in a guest house/camp at Osla village.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 3

    Osla to Kalkatiyadhar

    • Start your third day of the Har ki Dun trek with a hike for about 15 minutes, after which you will enter a cleared land, the first of several.
    • Next, take an ascent as the trail takes you over the confluence of the rivers Supin and Ruinsara all the way up to a viewpoint.
    • Once you reach the vantage point, you can look for the majestic peaks of Kala Nag (Black Peak) and Bandarpoonch ranges that will loom far in the distance.
    • Continue on your trail till you reach a flat piece of land. This is at a height of about 8,956 feet at Kalkatiyadhaar.
    • This is your next campsite where you will rest for the night.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 4

    Kalkatiyadhaar to Har-ki-dun and back

    • Continue on your trek on Day 4 along a valley till the meadows of Dev Thach are clearly visible on your right.
    • You will find the valley divided now with Har-ki-dun on the left and Ruinsara Taal on the right.
    • Once you cross the mountain bend, you can see the Har Ki Dun and Hata Peak in the distance.
    • Continue along the pass through several streams and pine forests. You will also see a variety of Himalayan alpine flowers along its sides.
    • You will come across a small waterfall after about 20 minutes. Next, you will have to embark on a steep climb of about 15 minutes.
    • Find two valleys open up which are divided by the Karmanasha stream. The valley on the left is going to Maninda Taal and the other, to Jaundhar Glacier.
    • Camp for the night in Kalkatiyadhaar.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 5

    Kalkatiyadhaar to Khangar

    • On the fifth day of your Har ki Dun trek, you will start heading back to the Seema. You will set out on the same route that you took earlier. However, this time the trail goes downhill and is thus much less difficult.
    • Once you reach the Seema campsite, you will stop here to rest and spend the night in tents here.
    Meal - Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner
    Day 6

    Khangar to Taluka trek

    • On the sixth day of your Har ki dun trek, start off early with a heavy breakfast at your campsite before you set out on your descent.
    • This is going to be a much more easy trek and you will head back on the same route that you had taken to reach here.
    • Once you reach Taluka, you will get a vehicle that will transport you back to your starting point at Mussoorie.
    • The day comes to a close with a hearty dinner in the hotel in Mussoorie.
    Meal - Breakfast,Dinner
    Day 7

    Mussoorie to Dehradun/Haridwar

    • On the final day, start off with an early breakfast at Mussoorie.
    • After breakfast, you will get transport to either Dehradun or Haridwar according to your further schedules.
    Meal - Breakfast

    All Veg meals as mentioned in the itinerary.

    Tented accommodation on a triple sharing basis.

    Hotel in Manali on a triple sharing.

    Morning and Evening tea with light snacks during the trek.

    All necessary fees and permits of admission in different locations.

    Trekking equipment like tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.

    Medical kit/ First Aid Kit.

    Services of certified & experienced trek leaders.

    All inclusive trek team including guides, cooks, helpers, porters or mules.

    Transportation cost from Srinagar to Sonamarg and Naranag to Srinagar.

    All permits of the trek.

    Backpack offloading charges

    Personal expenses of any kind

    Travel insurance

    Anything apart from the inclusions

    • Trekking Shoes
    • Backpack(40-60 litres)
    • Daypack(10 litres)
    • Plastic Bags
    • Personal medication Kit
    • Two warm layers
    • Two trek pants
    • Two collared t-shirts
    • Thermals
    • Jackets
    • Dark Sunglasses
    • Cap
    • Power Bank
    • Toiletries
    • Water bottles
    • Rain covers /
    • Umbrella
    • Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness. Your body needs to train itself to process more work with lower levels of oxygen. Therefore, on treks, cardiovascular training is critically important. You need to be able to jog a distance of 4 km in 40 mins before the start of the trek. Unable to do so can make your trek difficult. In addition, preparation of trek needs to include strength and flexibility training. Registering for the trek is an understanding that you will undertake the mandated fitness training.
    • Backpack carrying: Tripsaa expects all trekkers to carry their own backpacks. All common gear will be carried by the support team. If for some reason a trekker is unable to carry his or her backpack, he/she can offload the same by paying an additional charge before they start the trek. No suitcases/trolleys will be allowed.
    • Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then Tripsaa will help the trekker to reach the nearest road head. A support staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.
    • Non-liability: Tripsaa is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/ equipment or other belongings on the trek.
    • Payment: You may make this payment by Cash, Cheque, Online, DD or NEFT. Once you done the payment kindly provide us the payment detail through an email. (Go through payment procedure also.)
    • Payment procedure: To confirm your registration you need to pay at least 30% of trek fee as an advance and the balance payment has to be cleared before your pickup.
    • Cancellation: If the trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike etc), Tripsaa will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year.

      The cancellation charges are as under:

      • Cancellations prior before 30 days from the start of the trek – Full Refund.
      • Cancellations prior to 29-15 days from the start of the trek – 80% Refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7-14 days from the start of the trek -- 50% refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
      • Cancellation prior to 7 days from the start of the trek -- no refund or Trek Voucher worth paid amount (Trek Voucher is valid 12 Months).
    • Drinking and smoking during the trek are strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be canceled with immediate effect.
    • Route changes, postponement, delay or finishing the trek a day earlier: Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later. This may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage. Trek fee is not charged broken down in terms of days but is a composite fee for the whole trek.
    • Carry a valid govt. issued I'd. (Original and photocopy both)

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