Actress Harshita Gaur who we recently saw as the demure girl next door Dimpy Pandit in Mirzapur season 1 and 2, shared pictures of her trekking spree with her friends on social media. Harshita travelled to Barsu Village, Uttarkashi for the trek called Dayara Bugyal overcoming her fears, since she was nursing a knee injury for 2 years now.
The Himalayas have the power to give an ambition driven city slicker something to treasure forever. The Dayara Bugyal trek is blended to perfection, offering a taste of all the greatest Himalayan Treks.
Talking about her trek and experience, Harshita said, “Two years back when I had a Meniscus Tear in my knee I was told by my Doctor that I would have to restrict my movement in general and trust me all I could think of was to climb the mountains, dance more… Almost after two years of nursing this injury, practising yoga, following physiotherapy, I am so glad I picked up courage to go on this trek. It almost felt like an inner calling of wanting to be amidst nature. I went with my college friends, we started the trek from Barsu village to see the scenic beauty of both the routes of Dayara Bugyal. The trekking was super challenging for me with the injury but the experience was great. It gave me a lot of perspective because it was physically challenging but at the same time I’m feeling so happy that I was able to do it and go to the altitude of 11,500 feet.”