52 km


10,900/P + 5% GST


Bag Offloading – 2500/p

 Double Sharing – 1000/p (Complete trek)


Har Ki Dun, a renowned trek, beckons adventurers with its timeless allure. Throughout the ages, hikers have ventured upon its winding trails, drawn by the majestic Swargarohini massif that graces the horizon from Har Ki Dun’s vantage point. The trek is also affectionately dubbed the “Hanging Valley” due to the embrace of its cradle-shaped mountains. Translating to the “Valley of God,” Read More

Basic Gears

Footwear and Backpack
Trekking shoes with ankle support
Backpack with rain cover
Daypack with rain cover 

Warm Layers and Clothing
Warm layers (Padded jackets )
3 layers for spring, summer, and monsoon treks (1 woolen sweater, 1 fleece, 1 padded jacket)
4 layers for autumn treks (1 woolen sweater, 2 fleece, 1 padded jacket)
5 layers for winter treks (1 pair of thermals, 1 woolen sweater, 2 fleece, 1 padded jacket)
3 Collared T-shirts (Wear one, carry two)
2 quick-dry trek pants (Wear one, carry one)

Sun cap, preferably with flaps
Waterproof gloves
Woolen socks (2-3 pairs of Dry fit + 1 pair of Woollen)
Trekking pole
Rain jacket + pants / poncho 

Light towel
Lip balm or vaseline
Toilet paper (Wet wipes are strictly not allowed on our treks)
Reusable plastic covers (for used clothes)
Trash bags ( Carry out all your waste and leave no trace behind)

Personal First Aid Kit

Here are some common medicines typically required or used during adventure trips. However, it’s important to consult your doctor before taking any medication:
– Antiseptic wipes or water syringe for wound cleaning
– Butterfly bandages for small cuts
– Cotton, elastic bandages, and sterile gauze pads for larger wounds
-Latex gloves for handling bleeding wounds
-Medication for diarrhea (upset stomach)
-Medication for cold, flu, fever, and headaches
-Oral rehydration solution (ORS) pouches
-Quick pain relief spray for external use
-Any personal medication prescribed by your doctor
-Diamox or similar medication for high altitude sickness
-Bug repellent
-Nutritious energy bars and non-alcoholic drinks


✅ Stay is included on all days of the trek ( from Dehradun to Dehradun ). You will be staying in triple and quad  sharing basis.

✅All meals from dinner at Sankri on Day 1 to tea and coffee on Day 7 are included. Meals are simple, nutritious and vegetarian. 

✅ All the trek equipment will be included like a sleeping bag, kitchen & dining tent, utensils, mattress, tent, toilet tent, and crampon (if needed).

✅First aid medical kits, oxygen cylinder and stretcher.

✅All fuel charges, toll taxes and needed forest entry fees along with permits.

✅Mountaineering qualified and professional trek leader, guide, cook and support staff.


❌ GST 5% (it is Mandatory)

❌ Any emergency evacuation charges

❌ Any services that are not mentioned in the cost inclusion section.

❌ Any Meals/accommodation beside the itinerary or not mentioned in the program.

❌ Mules or porters to carry personal luggage.

How To Reach?

By Bus:

From Delhi, a regular bus service operates to Dehradun. The main bus station in Delhi is ISBT Kashmere Gate, offering both AC and non-AC buses for the journey to Dehradun.

By Train:

To reach Dehradun from Delhi by train, you’ll first need to travel to Haridwar. From there, you can take a bus to Dehradun, which is 35 km away. Haridwar serves as a major railway junction connecting Delhi to Dehradun.

By Air:

The closest airport to reach Dehradun by flight is Jolly Grant Airport, located approximately 25 km from the city. Regular flights from Delhi to Dehradun are available. If you plan to arrive by flight, it’s advisable to schedule your arrival one day in advance.

Best Time To Do?

March to June

The Har Ki Dun trek typically commences in mid-March, with the valley adorned in patches of snow, particularly evident from Kalkatiyadhar to Devsu Thatch. These snow patches linger as remnants of the preceding winter, owing to the narrow valleys leading to Har Ki Dun.

Transitioning into the summer months of April and May, the melting snow gradually transforms the landscape, with grasslands along the trail transitioning from brown to vibrant green. This period, also known as Spring, witnesses a profusion of flowers blooming in the woods and meadows, adding a colorful touch to the scenery.

March to June marks the peak season for the Har Ki Dun trek, offering ideal weather conditions and picturesque views. However, as the monsoon approaches, typically in late May, frequent showers become more prevalent in the valley, intensifying in late June. The lush greenery that ensues from the monsoon rains heralds the closure of the trek during the monsoon season.

September to November

In September, the Har Ki Dun valley welcomes trekkers once again, offering a serene experience with fewer crowds compared to spring and summer. The breathtaking views remain equally spectacular, making it an ideal time for those seeking solitude. As the monsoon season fades, the valley transforms into a lush green paradise, with clearer air providing enhanced vistas of the surrounding landscapes.

With the onset of autumn, temperatures begin to drop, accompanied by a refreshing crispness in the air. While high mountain peaks may witness occasional snowfall, the valley below sees the transition of vibrant greens to shades of brown, eventually turning golden in October and November.

The first snowfall typically graces the valley in mid-December, evoking a sense of wonder and excitement among trekkers. Building snowmen and engaging in snowball fights become cherished memories, etched in the hearts of adventurers.

At Roopkund Heaven, the trek season concludes by the end of November, as heavy snowfall accumulates, blocking trails beyond Kalkathiyadhar. Beyond this point, completing the trek becomes virtually impossible due to the deep snow cover, signaling the closure of the trek until the following season.

Why Roopkund Heaven ?

Roopkund Heaven ensures the safety and well-being of its trekkers through a comprehensive approach:

Experienced Guides: Our treks are led by experienced and certified guides who are familiar with the terrain, weather conditions, and emergency procedures. They provide guidance and support throughout the trek to ensure the safety of all participants. Read More

Departure Dates


4 May – OPEN

11 May – OPEN

18 May – OPEN

25 May -OPEN

June- 2024

1 June – OPEN


15 June – OPEN

22 June – OPEN

29 June – OPEN

July- 2024

6 July – OPEN


Day 1: Arrival Day - Dehradun to Base Camp Sankri

* Stay: Overnight stay in Guest House at Sankri/Kotgaon

* Meal:  Dinner.

* Distance: By road 210 km. 

* Time Taken: By road 6–7 hrs approx.

* Trek Grade: Gradual

Embark on a picturesque journey from Dehradun to the enchanting base camp of Sankri, nestled amidst the Yamuna and Tons valleys, spanning a scenic 210 km drive. As you traverse through this breathtaking landscape, marvel at the Yamuna bridge and immerse yourself in the serenity of dense pine forests.

The road to Sankri winds through some of the most captivating destinations in the Himalayas, including the quaint towns of Mussoorie, Nainbagh, Damta, Newman, Mori, Purola, and Netwar, offering glimpses of nature’s grandeur at every turn.

Located within the tranquil environs of the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarkashi district, Sankri welcomes you with its rustic charm and vibrant mini-market, renowned for its cozy wooden huts serving delectable local cuisine.

Explore the verdant apple orchards and lush greenery surrounding Sankri, basking in the pollution-free ambiance and breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains. As evening descends, be captivated by the mesmerizing sunset casting its warm glow over the majestic mountain ranges, with a panoramic view of the Swargarohini peaks from the base camp.

Sankri, adorned with around 250 quaint houses, boasts a handful of dhabas and shops, offering a glimpse into the simple yet captivating village life. Witness the ethereal spectacle of the setting sun behind the towering Himalayas, with the Swargarohini peaks glistening in the fading light.

Spend a serene night under the star-studded sky in comfortable camps at Sankri, indulging in a wholesome and delicious dinner. Let TrekUp India ensure a seamless journey, arranging transportation from the Sankri base camp back to Dehradun, completing this unforgettable Himalayan adventure.

Day 2: Sankri to Dharkot Village by drive & Trek From Dharkot to Seema

* Stay: Overnight stay in Guest House at Sankri/Kotgaon

* Meal:  Dinner.

* Altitude: 7,000 ft 

* Time Taken: By road 6–7 hrs approx.

* Trek Grade: Gradual

Embark on an adventure from Sankri to Dharkot village after a satisfying breakfast. Traverse through dense forests and alongside picturesque water streams, immersing yourself in the natural beauty of the surroundings. Keep your senses keen as you may encounter rare mountain bird species, including the majestic Himalayan Monal, adding to the allure of the journey. Revel in the breathtaking views of wild orchids and remain vigilant for glimpses of Himalayan wildlife such as leopards and barking deer along the way.

As you drive through the idyllic village of Taluka, renowned for its traditional houses and charming dhabas, take a moment to soak in the quaint ambiance before reaching Dharkot. Here, take respite and recharge before embarking on the trek to Seema, a mere 4km away.

Prepare for an exhilarating trek through varied terrain, including rocky surfaces, wooden bridges, and verdant trails meandering alongside the Supin river. Marvel at the diverse array of mountain animals and birds that call this region home, their presence adding a touch of wilderness to the journey.

Quench your thirst from the pristine streams that dot the trek route, providing refreshment amidst the rugged landscape. As evening descends, arrive at Seema via Gangar village, where a small green field awaits, offering a tranquil spot to set up camp and admire the awe-inspiring views of nature surrounding you.

Day 3: Trek from Seema to Boslo

* Stay: Overnight stay in Guest House at Sankri/Kotgaon

* Meal:  Dinner.

* Time Taken: By road 6–7 hrs approx.

* Trek Grade: Gradual

Embarking on the journey from Seema to Boslo, a distance of 10 kilometers, awaits a 6-7 hour trek that commences early in the morning at around 6 a.m., following a hearty breakfast. Within 45 minutes, you’ll find yourself in Osla village, nestled on the opposite bank of the Supin River, accessible via the iconic Seema Bridge, a picturesque hanging bridge with a backdrop of snow-capped mountains, offering a perfect setting for capturing stunning photographs.

The trail leads past three hydroelectric run chafing units, utilized by villagers for processing maize and millet, amidst a landscape characterized by serene harvest fields, grazing cattle, and traditional slant-roofed granaries Amidst this tranquil setting, Amaranth trees dot the landscape, their orange-red hue during the monsoon season creating a striking contrast.

As you proceed, within half an hour, be greeted by the breathtaking panorama of Mt. Bandarpoonch and the Swargarohini mountain ranges. Transitioning through cashew nut and walnut forests, you’ll arrive at the serene village of Osla, steeped in rich mythology. Legend has it that the village was once inhabited by a clan devoted to Duryodhan of the Kauravas, evident in the ancient Someshwar Temple dating back 2000 years. Villagers, adorned in attire reflecting their cultural heritage, warmly welcome visitors, offering insights into their customs and traditions.

Continuing from Osla, the trail ascends steeply, offering stunning vistas of the Dhauladhar Range and the paths leading to Borasu Pass and Baspa Valley. The journey winds further to Kalkatidhar, a verdant meadow boasting magnificent views of Bugyal Devsu and Mt. Black Peak, with the Ruinsara Range and Kedarkantha Summit adorning the horizon.

Take a moment to savor the beauty of the surroundings, resting and preparing for the summit ascent the following day, amidst nature’s awe-inspiring grandeur.

Day 4: Trek from Boslo to Har Ki Dun to Maninda Lake and back to Boslo

* Stay: Overnight stay in Guest House at Sankri/Kotgaon

* Meal:  Dinner.

* Altitude: 12,000 ft.

* Time Taken: By road 6–7 hrs approx.

* Trek Grade: Gradual

Today’s trek begins earlier than usual, as it marks the longest day of our journey. After a hearty breakfast, we set out, prepared to be dazzled by the breathtaking views that await us. As we traverse through the glacier basin adorned with mountain meadows and moraines, majestic pine trees line our path, welcoming us with each step.

Our trail begins with a climb to the intersection of the Supin River and the River from the Ruinsara Valley, offering mesmerizing vistas of the surrounding mountains. The journey entails a mix of moderate and steep climbs as we make our way towards the Har Ki Dun valley. Along the ascent, icy snow patches and snow-covered waterfalls adorn the landscape, transforming into a winter wonderland during colder months.

The Har Ki Dun Valley unfolds before us, a spectacle of unparalleled beauty encompassing towering peaks like Swargarohini, Hata Peak, and Black Peak. Amidst meadows, coniferous forests, frozen streams, and glacier moraines, the backdrop of colossal mountains creates a mesmerizing panorama. The trail culminates at a 45-degree elevation, where the final stretch, though not as steep as it appears, presents challenges, especially in snowy conditions.

Ascending through dense forests, we reach the summit of Har Ki Doon, offering stunning perspectives of Swargarohini I peak, Hata Peak, and Black Peak. Marinda Tal, also known as Morinda Tal, awaits exploration, a stunning high-altitude lake nestled amidst the Har Ki Dun valley. With Hatta and Swargarohini mountains as a breathtaking backdrop, this tranquil oasis at an altitude of 3,970 meters captivates the soul.

After immersing ourselves in the valley’s beauty and creating cherished memories, we make our way back to our final campsite at Kalkattiyadhar, cherishing the experiences of a journey that will linger in our hearts forever.

Day 5: Trek from Boslo to Seema

* Stay: Overnight stay in Guest House at Sankri/Kotgaon

* Meal:  Dinner.

* Trek Grade: Gradual

The allure of the valley is so captivating that bidding farewell becomes a challenge for the trekkers, entranced by its unparalleled beauty. Following a nourishing breakfast, we commence our return journey to Seema in the early morning light, reluctant to leave behind the enchanting vistas that have etched themselves into our memories.

As night falls, we find solace in the comfort of our campsite at Seema, where the camaraderie of fellow trekkers is complemented by a hearty dinner served under the star-studded sky. Be sure to seize the opportunity to witness the majestic sunset casting its warm glow upon the mountain peaks, a sight that lingers in the soul long after the journey’s end.

Day 6: Dharkot Village to Sankri by drive & Trek From Seema to Dharkot

* Stay: Overnight stay in Guest House at Sankri/Kotgaon

* Meal:  Dinner.

* Trek Grade: Gradual

Prepare yourself for the final trekking leg from Seema to Dharkot, winding through dense forests and reminiscing on the unforgettable journey thus far. By afternoon, we’ll arrive at Taluka, marking the last stretch of our trek before embarking on the drive back to the Sankri base camp.

The 4-kilometer trek from Seema to Dharkot promises to be a memorable experience, brimming with opportunities to capture cherished moments. As we bid adieu to our camping adventure, day 6 concludes our journey, with the Sankri base camp awaiting our return for a final night under the stars.

Day 7: Departure from Sankri to Dehradun

* Stay: Overnight stay in Guest House at Sankri/Kotgaon

* Meal: Morning tea.

* Distance: By road 210 km. 

* Time Taken: By road 8-9 hrs approx.



As we bid farewell to the majestic mountains, our hearts brim with cherished memories of our journey. Our final leg commences with a 10-hour drive from Sankri to Dehradun, punctuated by breaks for breakfast and lunch along the way. Anticipated arrival at Dehradun station is 6 pm, providing ample time for travelers planning an overnight journey to Delhi. To ensure a smooth transition, it is advisable to arrange transportation from Dehradun Bus Stand by 9 pm, allowing for any unforeseen delays.


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15:42 11 Apr 24
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09:13 28 Mar 24
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08:43 28 Mar 24
I did Brahmatal Summit trek with Roopkund Heaven. This was my practically 2nd trek but the BEST trek I've done so far and the reason is ROOPKUND HEAVEN. Thanks to Kapil bhaiya and Laxman Bhaiya who leaded us through the journey and helped us so much.. I've enjoyed a lot..I will do another trek with this group for sure 😃
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08:41 28 Mar 24
Really amazing team. Had lots of fun and memories. Special thanks to Laxman and Kapil sir #BestTrekLeaders
Jay HiraniJay Hirani
08:41 28 Mar 24
It was a very amazing trek with them especially the trek leaders laxman sir and Kapil sir are the best
baljeet singhbaljeet singh
12:51 25 Dec 23
Badhiyaa tha! Brahmatal trek had very good views from the summit and our trek leader Kapil was so supportive and he helped us at the difficult points. Highly recommended
Maram PavanMaram Pavan
12:45 17 Dec 23
Badiya tha!!! We booked brahmatal trek and the hospitality was superb and the food was served very hot at that high altitude and it was awesome. Our trek leader Kapil was so supportive and he helped us at the difficult points. Highly recommended
10:05 07 Oct 23
It was my first Himalayan trek and the team of Roopkund Heaven made it undescribably beautiful with their brilliant execution...The team was very dedicated, helpful and friendly. Good food was ensured at all times of the day without any hassle. Special thanks to my Trek leaders Bhagwan, Ranjeet and Avinash and Sandip...
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11:30 05 Sep 23
It was our first Himalayan trekking experience to valley of flowers. Roopkund Heaven made it memorable. The service and hospitality was great. Looking forward to trek again with them.

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