When travelers think of amazing journeys, they often overlook the Buran Ghati or Rupin Pass. They also think Har Ki Dun is an unfortunate cousin when discussing Ruinsara Tal. This is a serious error.
We have never seen a more beautiful complete journey than the Har Ki Dun with Ruinsara.
Placement & Introduction
You’ll find yourself awestruck by Ruinsara Tal, 3,500 meters above the ocean. The glacial blue lake can be found at the foot of Kalanag Peak, 14 km from Osla/Seema. The Ruinsara Tal, which is attacked by snow-capped vegetation and ruddy rhododendrons at the foot, is considered sacred by Har-Ki-Doon Valley’s occupants.
How do you get there?
You can take the train to Sankri town at 5:30 or 6:00 AM from Dehradun railway station. Sankri is the last place and last street that leads to Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. You can take a taxi from Sankri to reach Taluka (12km), where you will find the Ruinsara Tal trip.
Because of the extremely difficult paths and angles, the Har ki Dun trip isn’t too difficult to navigate. The journey takes around 6 days to complete. It is a long and delicate climb. It is actually the most gentle climb of all the top Indian trips. The length is what makes it difficult. You can expect to walk between 8-10km every day.
Where to begin?
The Har Ki Dun-Ruinsara Tal Trek covers approximately 70 km. Start at Kotgaon (6,455 ft) and travel to Har Ki Dun (1,967m). You will continue your journey to Ruinsara Tal at 11,811 feet (3,600m), which is the highest elevation reached on this trip.
Things to keep
- Because it’s a Himalayan trek, the temperature can drop during the night and sometimes even during the day.
- Perfect trekking shoes for all conditions.
- To ensure comfortable trekking, use a trekking pole or staff.
- Dolo 365, Crocin and other medicines are available in an emergency.
- If anyone is injured, a first aid kit should be available
- You can take your essential items and other elements with you on your trip in a backpack.
- You will need a water bottle to keep you hydrated on your entire journey.
- In case you are unable to find food options, keep food packets handy.
- It is possible to use flashlights and torch because the Himalayan region has no electricity.
- Documents that are required, such as ID cards, IDs, and photo ID proof.
- You can get refreshments for your body while you are on the road.
Why should you visit
The trip course has a stunning excellence, with thick forests surrounding it from every side. You will be amazed at the beauty of the forest and how she protects the most sacred places with her own deodars and lash glades. Deodar aside, there are many beautiful coniferous trees here and bright, stunning birds that you won’t find anywhere else on the planet. It is so amazing that the whole journey to defeat will remove all your sounds and voices. The natural beauty of the Amazons and other regions is visible on your TV. But this bit of excellence has not been captured in any of these shows.
The spot’s magical beauty is enhanced by the presence of the finest birds. Ruinsara Tal, the lake, is located just a few kilometers from Osla. It lies at the edge of Ton Glacier. It is a wonderland all around with the Har-Ki Doon valley within easy reach. Bandarpunch and Swargarohini will be watching you through the forest. You will never be able to imagine, even in your creative mind, that you are being separated from the rest of the group.
The best time to visit
The best time to go on Har Ki Dun-Ruinsara Tall Trek is during the summer (May-June) or Post Monsoons (September-October).
Summer: Har Ki Dun Ruinsara Tal trek’s summer climate is pleasant and refreshing. The Himalayas can be clearly seen and the cool breeze adds charm to the excursion. Bring woolens. Har Ki Dun-Ruinsara Tal Trek: Post monsoon: Serenity, isolation and serenity are at their best. Winter snowfall is a blessing to the district. Har Ki Dun Ruinsara Tal Trek is at its best after a storm. It seems like Heaven on Earth.