5 Days - 4 Night
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For devout Hindus, Kedarnath is one of the holiest pilgrimages. It is located at the head of the Mandakini River in the breathtaking Garhwal Himalayan scenery. Lord Shiva, the guardian and destroyer, is also known as Kedar. The shrine of Kedarnath is surrounded by high, snow-capped mountains and grassy meadows that blanket the valleys during the summer. Kedarnath is located in the Himalayas at an elevation of 3,583 metres (11,755 feet) above sea level, near the Chorabari Glacier, the Mandakini’s source. The Chopta Tungnath trek leads to one of the world’s biggest Shiva temples and Uttarakhand’s highest Panch Kedar temple. This 1000-year-old Shiva temple is located at 3,680 metres (12,073 feet) above sea level, just below Chandrashila’s peak.
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Day 1: Departure from Haridwar/Rishikesh in the morning, followed by an 8-9 hour drive to Chopta (211 Kms).
Early morning departure from Haridwar/Rishikesh. Following pickup, travel to Chopta (8-9 hrs drive). When you arrive in Chopta in the evening, relax for a while. You will later go wandering on your own in the surrounding areas. Throughout the evening, drink on the magic of nature. Take delight in your campsite dinner, a campfire, or a social game. For the night, remain in Chopta.
Day 2: Trek from Chopta to Tungnath Chandrashila (5 Kms Trek). After that, it’s a 2-hour drive to Sitapur (54 Kms).
Prepare for a morning stroll by getting up early and a fter breakfast, ride to Tungnath Chandrashila Trek, the country’s highest Shiva Temple and then a fter a 5-kilometer trek across the snowy mountains, arrive at Tungnath and pay your respects to Lord Shiva’s highest abode. Trek to Chandrashila’s peak after that and back to the campground by noon and drive to Sonprayag. Arriving in Sitapur.
Day 3: Travel from Sitapur to Gauri Kund (7 km) and then trek to Kedarntha Hill (21 Kms Trek).
Begin your journey from Sonprayag early in the morning and continue to Gauri Kund after breakfast. Take a soak in the hot springs with Holy Water to rejuvenate yourself (Gauri Kund). After that, our actual trek begins from Gauri Kund, which is roughly 21 kilometres to the temple of Kedarnath. We’ll be walking with hundreds of other people up this steep climb. The forest eventually gives way to the breathtaking views of Mount Kedarnath. We’ll reach the summit in the evening, and we’ll be able to attend the Aarti evening at the temple. Stay the night by the Kedarnath Temple.
Day 4: Return to Gauri Kund and spend the night in Sitapur.
Watch the magnificent golden rays of the rising sun descend upon the temple as you wake up in the middle of divine glory. Return to Gauri Kund after breakfast.
Day 5: Drive from Sitapur to Rishikesh (207 km) in the morning.
After breakfast, return to Rishikesh/Haridwar.