(Last Updated on : 03/04/2019)
Har Ki Doon Valley is a hanging valley with the shape of a cradle situated in the Garhwal Himalayas
in the Indian state
. This valley is encompassed by peaks and alpine
vegetation. It is connected to Baspa Valley
by the Borasu Pass. Har Ki Doon Valley has an elevation of 3566 meters above mean sea level and it is located at a distance of 26 km from Taluka. Har Ki Doon Valley is considered to be one of the best places for trekking. The 5-day trekking
to the Har Ki Doon Valley starts from Taluka village and passes through Gangar, Osla and Seema. This valley is also known as The Valley of Gods.
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