The stunning Kumaon Valley can be seen from Binsar, a hill station valley of flowers.The Chaukhamba, Trishuli, Kedarnath, Panchchuoli, Nanda Kot, and Nanda Devi summits are the most notable peaks of the stunning Himalayan range, which spans for roughly 300 kilometres over the horizon.The Binsar trek begins from Thalisain towards Pauri.The trek leads through thick forests of oaks, pine, silver fir and deodar that describe complete wilderness.The Binsar trip is a thrilling adventure, and Trekking may take in the breathtaking scenery the entire way. Binsar is enveloped with hanging moss, ferns, alpine flora, different varieties of wild flowers and forests where one can find rhododendron and oak trees.If you enjoy bird watching, you will see many stunning and uncommon birds when hiking in Binsar.The trek is rather simple and the forest cover will lead to small streams, lush green fields, but be careful of lion ants and tunnel spiders.



Total Trekking




3030 m



Minimum Age

12 Year


May — June (15C to 20C and night 7C to2C) Sept — Oct (15C to 10C and night 5C to -5C).

Best Season

Pre Monsoon Season:— May first week to June end and post monsoon Season:- September 2nd week to Nov first week.


Day 1 : Dehradun to Sankri (via Mussoorie) (166 km, 5-6 Hours by Road)

  • 166 Km Drive to Sankri through the Mussoorie.
  • Visit the Kempty Falls, 15 km from Mussoorie.
  • Continue the drive towards Purola, which is located at a height of 1,524 mtr. Situated in the thick of rich forest area and wildlife, especially the endangered snow leopard, it is also known as the ‘Gate to Har Ki Dun’.
  • Overnight stay at rest house/tent.

Day 2 : Trek from Sankri to Taluka (1,900 mtr)

  • Sankari has awesome and spectacular views of the forest land and the valley
  • Start the Trek to Taluka along with the Rupin River.
  • Reach Taluka, a small village that sits at 1,900 mtr, boasting of intoxicating wild roses, lush deodars and rich flora.
  • Overnight stay will be in rest house/tents, there is also provision of sacks

Day 3 : Trek from Taluka to Osla Village (2,560 mtr)

  • The Path from Taluka ti Osla is great, with interesting downturns and climbs, finally straightening out on the left side of the valley, merging into some beautiful forest area. Enjoy poetic chestnut, willow and walnut trees, all the way up to Gangar Village.
  • Proceed towards the Seema campsite that lies opposite to Osla Village
  • Overnight stay in rest house/tents.

Day 4 : Trek from Osla to Har Ki Dun (3,566 mtr)

  • From Seema, proceed to the valley, crossing a hanging bridge over Rupin River. Later, ascend through pictorial fields, lush coniferous plants and beautiful meadows till you reach Kalkatti Dhar
  • A ridge that will give a vantage point to view Har ki Dun, you have to cross picturesque streams, meadows and serene valleys to reach the basecamp in Har Ki Dun. While advancing towards the campsite, one can expect an initial gradual climb with steep stretches in between
  • overnight stay in the camp beside the stream.

Day 5 : Exploring Har Ki Dun

  • This day is all about exploring the immaculate beauty of Har Ki Dun. After breakfast, get set to hike around the campsite and explore the reasons of the valley being called as 'Valley of the Gods'.
  • After visiting the beautiful Morinda Lake, which is about 3km from Har ki Dun, head to Jaundhar glacier, located about 10 km away and then return to camp
  • Overnight stay in the camp.

Day 6 : Trek from Har Ki Dun to Osla Village

  • 3 to 4 hours trek back to Osla, the village where Duryodhana from the Mahabharatha was revered and worshipped.
  • Camping and overnight stay at Osla.

Day 7 : Trek from Osla to Taluka

  • Start trekking back the Taluka settlement. Enjoy the stunning views and the untouched beauty of the nature on your course and arrive in Taluka
  • Overnight stay will be in a local hotel.

Day 8 :Trek from Taluka to Sankri

  • Trekking back to Sankri. Easy and pleasant, visit the same trail we took earlier to reach Sankri
  • Check-in into a rest house/tent and retire for the day.

Day 9 : Drive from Sankri to Dehradun (215 Km, 7-8 Hours by Road)

  • The astounding trekking in Har Ki Dun comes to and end at day 9.
  • After Breakfast drive back to Dehradun
  • Explore Dehradun at your own.
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 Rs 3,933  
Rs 10000 per person
5% GST will be applicable on the fee.
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Departure Dates

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Reporting Information

Reporting Time
6.30 am To 7.30 am
On Last Day
5.30 pm To 6.30 pm

Trek Notes

People with below conditions are not allowed:
  • People suffering from Bronchitis, Asthma, TB, Epilepsy(got faints)
  • High blood pressure or higher BMI.
Chilren should meet below requirements
  • Below 8 years are not allowed
Please note: If you had any medical history, please let us know.

Trek Inclusions/Exclusions


Transport to and from the base camp
The above trek cost includes transport to and from base camp.
Safety equipment
First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretchers, Walkie-Talkie etc. will be available at campsite.
Stay is included from Day 1 to Last Day. Tents/Homestays/lodges will be provided. Tripple sharing Accommodation and separate accommodation for girls/ladies will be provided
All meals from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast at Last day are included. Veg food will be provided during the trek.
Permits/ Forest fees
UTT will arrange trekking permits and forest passes.
Experienced Trek Leader & Team
Qualified trek leaders haing in basic / advanced mountaineering courses certificates/ degrees will assist trek.
Other staff member includes qualified cooks, helpers and porters.


Food during transit to and from the base camp
Food would not be provided during transit and trekkers have to bear the cost at their own.
Mule and Porter charges
Generally we expect trekkers to carry their bag-pack and luggage themselves. For those who wish to use Mule/Porter need to pay Rs 350 per day for same.
Personal Expense
Personal Expense of any kind. The trek cost does not include stay at any location on last day
*Anything apart from inclusions

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