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Dodital Har ki Dun Chitkul trek

Day 01 : Delhi – Uttarkashi, 385kms/9hr
Take the morning train to Haridwar and then onward drive to Uttarkashi. On arrival check in Deluxe - Swiss cottage camp. Prepare for the trek and meet your mountain guide and helpers. Overnight at camp.

Day 02 : Uttarakashi -  Kalyani -  Bhibra ( Agoda ) Dodi Tal, drive 7 kms and trek 7 kms.
A short drive before you set off on the trekking that awaits you the next few days. On arrival in Kalyani you start your tryst with the Himalayas and move on to Agoda to stop for lunch and then move on to Bhibra which is your first camp site. Overnight in camp.

Dodital Har ki Dun Chitkul trek

Day 03 : Bhibra - Dodi Tal trek 15 kms
after breakfast leave for Dodital which is a sparkling and crystal clear lake surrounded by forests. The trek ascends gradually through thick forests and beautiful mountainous scenery. Anglers interest - the famous Himalayan Trouts are found in abundance in this lake. Permits for angling can be obtained. Camp overnight at this beautiful lake.

Day 04 : Dodi Tal -  Sima
After Darwa Top the trek passes through a long ridge with a view of meadows on both sides.

Day 05 : Sima - Hanuman Chatti - Barkot
After breakfast start the trek before you get a good break. 4 kms into trekking and one walks into dense forests of fur and deodar which are full of rare himalayan birds and animals. Interesting downhill routes take you to the base camp at Hanuman Chatti. On arrival drive down to Barkot and check in deluxe Swiss cottage camp for overnight. 

Day 06 : Hanuman Chatti - Netwar
After a relaxed breakfast drive to Netwar into Tons River valley. Panoramic scenes and the drive along the river Yamuna in western Garhwal. The region is better known for the polyandrous society. On arrival on Netwar check in rest house and prepare for another great tryst with Himalayas, this time a higher one crossing Barsu pass. Meet your new helpers and porters and sleep overnight.

Day 07 : Netwar - Taluka
This part of the Har-ki-Dun trek over the next few days is of great interest. Motorable road under construction. The forests are rich in wildlife and is veritable paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers. The trek is through dense forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows, chinars and a variety of conifer trees.

Day 08 : Taluka - Osla 
A relatively long day on the trek. Half way halt is Taluka 1,900m. Osla has very dense forests of walnut, chestnut and willow.

Day 09 : Osla-Har Ki Doon
The walk is through lush green terraced fields, grassy lands and very thick conifer forest.

Day 10 : Har Ki Doon- Lal Pathar : 16kms/8hr
A hard day’s walk to Lal Pathar 4,250m.

Day 11 : Lal Pathar- Base Camp : 12kms/8hr
A difficult uphill walk of 7- 8hr to the base camp 4,545m.

Day 12 : Base Camp-Camp 1 
This is the common encashment area for the Yamuna and Baspa rivers (flowing through Sangla Valley). The Barsu Pass has to be crossed early in the morning. The pass at 5,150m offers excellent panoramic views of the Dhauladhar range.

Day 13 : Camp 1 - Ranikanda : 16kms/7hr
Steep and then gradual downhill walk to the grasslands of Ranikanda on the banks of the river Baspa. Very popular site with the shepherds of Kinnaur.
Day 14 : Ranikanda- Chitkul : 21kms/7hr
Very gradual downhill walk along the river Baspa with Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal looming large on either side of the Sangla Valley. Chitkul, 3,450m is the last village on the old Indo Tibetan trade route. Drive down to Banjara Camp on the banks of river Baspa 19kms/1hr.

Day 15 : Sangla Camp 
A day of leisure. Or Visit the 800 year old Kamru Fort. Also visit Batseri village just across the camp - a perfect example of hill architecture.

Day 16 : Sangla - Shimla 230 kms/7 – 8 hrs 
After breakfast say good bye to the beautiful valleys and move on to the erstwhile capitol of India Shimla.

Day 17 :  Shimla - Delhi : 550kms/14hr
After early breakfast, drive to Delhi via Chandigarh.

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