Har Ki Dun Trek
The Har ki Dun is actually a cradle shaped valley nestled in the Western Garhwal Himalayas. The valley is impressively and tranquilly bounded by thick forests comprising of pine, deodar, and other coniferous trees. The forest area is blessed with rare Indian Wildlife and exotic colorful birds. The Jaundar glacier is located at its south-east zone; which can all be explored during the Har ki Dun trekking. Har ki Dun is around 12 km away from Osla.
Initially, the trekking trail leads the trekker through fields of beans and rice and some secluded villages. Steadily, the trail ascends to the side of the ridge across the river and then to the left towards the Har Ki Dun valley.
A small lake in the high reaches of the Himalayas, Runisara Tal is on the edge of the Tons Glacier which is at an altitude of 3500 m and is ensconced between a small ridge and the left wall of the valley. Located at a distance of nearly 8 km from Osla, the Runisara Lake is close to Har-Ki-Doon Valley and Swargarohini Mountain. The main snow clad peaks visible from here are Swarga-Rohini, Bandarpunch and Kala Nag. The trek route passes through Debsu Bughyal, and trail is dotted with terraced mountain fields, patches of verdant grassy lands and punctuated with coniferous forests.
Har - Ki Dun is around 12 km away from Osla. Initially, the trekking trail leads you through fields of beans and rice and some secluded villages. Steadily the trail ascends to the side of the ridge across the river. Then the trail takes a detour to the left to the Har Ki Dun valley.
Har Ki Dun- Ruinsara Tal trekking tour brings an easy to moderate level trekking trail, and is full of panoramic splendor located at the base of Fateh Parvat in Osla village. You cross through thick forested areas consisting of chestnut, deodar, and sycamore, and walk along shimmering streams, waterfalls, and more.