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Kedarnath Yatra is a religious pilgrimage that takes you to the sacred town of Kedarnath, located in the state of Uttarakhand in India. It is one of the most important destinations for Hindu pilgrims as it is believed to be one of the four shrines in the Chota Char Dham Yatra.
Kedarnath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is situated at an altitude of 3,583 meters above sea level, surrounded by the snow-capped Himalayan ranges. The temple is located near the Mandakini River, which flows from the Kedarnath glacier.
The Kedarnath Yatra is open to devotees from April to November, with the peak season being from May to June and September to October. During the monsoon season, the yatra is closed due to heavy rainfall and the risk of landslides.
The yatra to Kedarnath involves a trek of approximately 17 km from Gaurikund, which is the starting point of the pilgrimage. The trek is arduous and challenging as it involves steep climbs, narrow pathways, and unpredictable weather conditions. However, it is also a spiritual journey that tests your endurance, faith, and determination.
Along the way, you will come across several landmarks such as the Bhairav Temple, Gandhi Sarovar, and the Vasuki Tal. These places are believed to have religious significance and are popular among tourists and devotees alike.
As you near the Kedarnath temple, you will be greeted by the majestic view of the Himalayas, which is a sight to behold. The temple itself is a stunning example of ancient architecture and is believed to have been built by the Pandavas during the Mahabharata era.
The Kedarnath Yatra is not just a pilgrimage but also an opportunity to connect with nature and witness the beauty of the Himalayas. The region is home to several rare species of flora and fauna, including the elusive snow leopard.
In conclusion, the Kedarnath Yatra is a journey of faith, devotion, and endurance that takes you on a spiritual and physical adventure. It is an experience that leaves a lasting impression on your mind and soul, and one that you will cherish for a lifetime
Day1 Rishikesh to Guptkashi (180 km drive)
Day2 Guptkashi to Gorikhund(15km) Kedarnath (16 km trek ) (Night stay kedarnath)
Day3 Kedarnath to Gorikhund 16km (Back) down trek and drive to Guptkashi 15km
Day4 Guptkashi to Rashikesh (180 km drive)
Day 1: Rishikesh to Guptkashi (180 km drive)
On the first day, you will start your journey from Rishikesh to Guptkashi. It is a 180 km drive, and it will take approximately 6-7 hours to reach Guptkashi. The drive will take you through the beautiful landscapes of Uttarakhand, including the famous Devprayag, the confluence of the rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi. You can stop at some scenic spots along the way to take pictures and enjoy the natural beauty of the region.
Day 2: Guptkashi to Gorikund (15 km drive) and Kedarnath (16 km trek)
On the second day, you will drive 15 km from Guptkashi to Gorikund and start a 16 km trek to Kedarnath. The trek is quite challenging, and it will take approximately 6-7 hours to reach Kedarnath. Kedarnath is a famous Hindu pilgrimage site and home to the Kedarnath Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. You will stay overnight at Kedarnath.
Day 3: Kedarnath to Gorikund (16 km back) and drive to Guptkashi (15 km)
On the third day, you will trek 16 km back from Kedarnath to Gorikund, and from there, you will drive back to Guptkashi, which is only 15 km away. You can spend the evening exploring Guptkashi and enjoying the local food.
Day 4: Guptkashi to Rishikesh (180 km drive)
On the last day of your trip, you will drive back from Guptkashi to Rishikesh, which is a 180 km drive and takes approximately 6-7 hours. You can stop at some of the scenic spots along the way to take pictures and enjoy the natural beauty of the region.
For the duration of your trek, you will be staying in hotels and camps from day one until departure day.
Meals: From the first supper to the morning of the departure day, all meals are included. We offer easy, nutritious vegetarian food on all days of the trek.
Transportation: We will provide round-trip transportation from the pick-up point and drop-off point.
Camping fees: Both trekking permits and woodland camping fees are included in the price.
All of the camps will provide you with high-quality tents and sleeping bags for your trek. We have high-altitude sleeping bags that can withstand temperatures as low as -10 °C. Ropes, microspikes, and gaiters are all available.
Expenses for personal reasons: For instance, during the trek, personal bags must be transported.
Emergency Costs: Any expense that arises as a result of any kind of emergency
What to take
> Trekking shoes
> Backpack: 40 liters
> Daypack: 20 liters
> Clothes: fleece jacket, t-shirt, thermal inner pair, light towel, raincover bag, poncho, raincoat, down jacket, etc.
> windproof and water-resistant jackets,
> Woollen shocks 2
> Woollen cap: 1; scarf : 1
> Sunglasses: good quality
> Trekking pole : 1
> Handgloves: one pair waterproof
> Torch (extra sale), sunscreen, cold cream, lip balm, toilet paper, and hand sanitizer
> Water bottle: 1 liter (avoid Bisleribottless)
> Glucose, chocolates, and nuts
Personal medical kit
> Paracetamol: 4 tablets (Fivar)
> Saridon, 4 tabs (headache).
> Digene: 4 tablets (acidity)
> Crepe Bandage, 2 pairs
> Band-aid -- 10 strips
> Cotton: 1 packet
> Ors - 5 packet
>Bentadine or any antiseptic cream
> Move, spray (for aches and sprains)
( If yourequired )
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Cancellation charges are based on the total trek fee, irrespective of the amount paid, whether full or partial.
The cancellation policy is based on the original booking time and original start date