Har Ki Dun Trek – An Introduction
Any individual who has done only 1 or 2 treks anywhere across the Himalayas in India would have caught wind of the Har Ki Dun trek. Har Ki Dun is an exceptionally famous and notable trek among the whole trekking local area. Trekkers have been coming to do this trek for at least fifty years. There are valid justifications why Har Ki Dun is a particularly famous trek. The experience of doing Har Ki Dun trek has such countless various components that everybody ends up adoring it. Har Ki Dun trek should be possible nearly all through the year with the exception of the centre storm season. It is an appropriate trek for individuals of practically all age groups who have sensible wellness levels and who stay actually dynamic in their everyday existence.
Kedarkantha Trek – An Introduction
The Kedarkantha Trek has additionally become tremendously well known extraordinarily as a colder time of year trek in the most recent 10 years. During the pinnacle winter season consistently, from December to March, a huge number of trekkers come to encounter Kedarkantha trek. By and large, Kedarkantha is a 4 days trek from Sankri to Sankri. Be that as it may, it tends to be done in 3 or 2 days too. The primary fascination of Kedarkantha trek is the snow-loaded path going through the woodland. The trekking trail of Kedarkantha is very steep as far as possible from Sankri to the Kedarkantha culmination however it’s anything but an extremely long path. It is 12 KMs in length from the base to the highest point. Kedarkantha is a decent trek in its own ability however from the most recent couple of years, it has begun getting a piece stuffed.
- Kedarkantha is a Seasonal trek while Har Ki Dun is an All Season Trek
Kedarkantha trek should likewise be possible all through the colder time of year and summer season. However, it is favoured uniquely in the pinnacle winter season from December till March. Since the greatest fascination in Kedarkantha trek is trekking and setting up camp on snow. It is actually the case that throughout the colder time of year, Kedarkantha trek is extremely excellent when the entire trek course, campgrounds and every one of the mountains around are totally white and covered by snow. Without snow, it’s simply a conventional trek and many experienced trekkers probably won’t make it happen, including me. It gives a similar kind of involvement each season and there is no change or assortment in the experience.
Then again, Har Ki Dun is the entire seasonal trek and should be possible in the colder time of year, in summers and furthermore during the post-storm a very long time of fall. Even in the storms the tyrek is lovely yet it’s because of the vulnerability of street travel that this trek isn’t done in the rainstorm. Generally speaking, Har Ki Dun trek is open for no less than 8 months consistently while Kedarkantha trek is just charming for around 4 months of winter and spring.
- Har Ki Dun takes you extremely close and underneath those Giant Peaks which we see from Kedarkantha Peak
The entire area of Sankri valley, Har Ki Dun trek and Kedarkantha trek go under the Garhwal Himalayas. The Garhwal Himalayas have a sub-range in this locale called Saraswati sub-range. This Saraswati sub-range has the absolute tallest and most delightful heaps of this locale which are Black Peak or Kalanag (6387 metres), Swargarohini mountain with 6 pinnacles (tallest at 6252 metres) and two pinnacles of Bandarpunch mountain (tallest at 6316 metres). This multitude of mountains are over 6000 metres and every last one of them is incredibly wonderful and sensational.
- Har Ki Dun is considerably less swarmed than Kedarkantha Trek
Whenever anybody intends to do a trek in the Himalayas, they need to do it with at minimum some isolation. There is a contrast among trekking and different kinds of the travel industry exercises. Trekking doesn’t want to trek assuming there are not many hundred individuals setting up camp at a similar spot. This actually occurs on Kedarkantha Trek during the pinnacle winter season. While the actual trek stays as lovely as could be expected, yet sadly greater fame during a specific season and more group makes it less alluring.
- Experience of the neighbourhood culture on Har Ki Dun trek
The Har Ki Dun path goes through a few neighbourhood towns of this area. These towns are Taluka, Dhatmir, Gangad, Puoni, Seema and Osla. Osla is the biggest, most crowded and the last town in this valley. This multitude of towns are together called Borasu towns. These have an exceptionally unmistakable neighbourhood character and culture. While trekking through this highway, one can encounter a little cut of the neighbourhood life. The trekkers likewise go through the farmlands of these towns. There are neighbourhood sanctuaries in every one of the towns however the main one is Lord Someshwar Devta sanctuary in Osla which was before called the Duryodhana sanctuary. There is additionally a choice of remaining in a neighbourhood town homestay during the Har Ki Dun trek.
- The balancing towns of Osla, Puoni and Gangad
These towns on the Har Ki Dun trek course, when seen from the valley, look precisely as though hanging overhead on the mountain. These are exceptionally one of a kind towns and such towns are generally not seen elsewhere even in the Himalayas. Extraordinarily the town of Osla is a fascination in itself. So this is another significant thing not to be missed on the Har Ki Dun trek.