Kedarnath Yatra is one of the most spiritual pilgrimages in India. Kedarnath trek , the abode of Lord Shiva attracts thousands of devotees within a span of 6 months when the shrine remains open. Kedarnath trek is a part of the sacred Char Dhams (4 pilgrimages) as well as a part of the Panch Kedars.
This blog is about our experience of the Kedarnath Trek done in the month of October. Read on to know more about Kedarnath trek, how to reach and where to stay and other related information. Kedarnath trek , a temple in the Garhwal Himalayan region of Uttarakhand is a popular pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees. The temple is on a circular route around the Mandakini river and is said to be enroute to Mount Kailash, another holy site among Hindus.
Kedarnath is a Hindu shrine located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, India. It is one of the Jyotirlingas, and part of the Char Dham pilgrimage. Kedarnath trek is situated near to the Mandakini river ... Kedarnath is one of the Char Dhams and it is one of the four main pilgrimage sites in Uttarakhand. The temple, which is revered as a Hindu site, is located in Rudraprayag district, at an altitude of 3,583 metres (11,755 ft).
Yatra registration for kearnath trek:
- Register yourself at the Uttarakhand website and carry a copy along with you . https://uttarakhandtourism.gov.in/destination/kedarnath
- Green pass ( at the RTO Roorkee or Rishikesh )required if you are travelling via taxi , private vehicles do not need a green pass .
- You aren’t allowed to enter mountains after 8pm (8pm-4am) from Rishikesh otherwise you’ll be stopped there .