Kedarkantha Trek Overview

Kedarkantha Trek is one of the most popular winter treks in India. The trekking starts from the town of Sankuri in Uttarkashi District and reaches a maximum elevation of 3,800 m (12,500 feet) at Grief Kansa Peak. There are other roads connected to Kedarkantha such as East Ridge, West Ridge, and Phulara ridge. However, the towns in the area are not well explored, so most hikers use the Sun Cleat Route.

Winter trekking, Kedarkantha Trek is snow capped and one of the best trekking for beginners.

Not just a short walk away. The peak lasts about 6-7 days (when leaving Dehradun). Kedarkantha Trekking is located in the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in the Uttarkashi District of trekking in Uttarakhand and the best time to go is from December to April. As soon as you arrive at Sankuri, you will begin to enjoy the impressive mountain views and the variety of flora and fauna in the area. From Sankri to Juda ka talab, you will be amazed by the variety of colors, meadows and sunbeams illuminating the beautiful forest with clearings in the middle of the forest. The magnificent view of the snow-capped pillars, like the Har ki dun of Juda ka talab, will make you marvel at the beauty of nature. The lowest temperature in winter is -7 degrees Celsius, so Juda ka talab completely freezes over. This lake is also known as the frozen lake of India.

Finally, a trip from Judah Ka talab Base Camp to Kedarkantha Peak is one of the best trips in the world.

Experiencing the beauty of the rising sun can bring joy to your daily life. It’s strange to see such a beautiful scene together. You can also further explore Sankuri village while resting few hours in Sankuri village. On the way to Sankri village, you can also visit the town of Lakhamandal. Based on ancient beliefs, the city preserves the history of Balata mythology. According to this belief, Pandava’s fifth brother, Sahadeva, visited the site and filled the gap in the sibbing behind the village. To get to Kedarkantha Trek from Delhi, you need to drive to Dehradun and take the bus to Sankuri at Dehradun Station.
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