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Har Ki Doon Trek: 14 – 19 May 2016

Har Ki Doon valley is a cradle shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas. It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation. It is among the most prominent Himalayan treks. The entry point of Jumdar glacier from where one of the most important tributaries to the Yamuna river originates. The Har ki doon trek is among the first treks in the Indian Himalayas to be explored. Its vast and uniquely shaped valleys have inspired generations to explore the region and seek further adventure.
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