May 9th, 2021
Out of panch Kedars, Kedarnath is one of t he most prominent and most done Kedar. Kedarnath yatra is enticing, you'll feel as though you're ascending into the realm of clouds. When the abode of Lord Shiva is right in front of you, you feel something beyond the world. A stairway to this enthralling beauty in the midst of high-rising mountains, with the temple, built deftly on a massive rectangular slab of stone - and that's all there is to it. It's a dream come true for many aspirant travellers to explore it and pay their respects to the mountains and Lord Shiva. The Kedarnath trek is 16 kilometres long and begins in Gaurikund and ends in Kedarnath. The trek has improved since the 2013 flood tragedy, and the 14-kilometre trek has now become a 16-kilometre trek. The new Kedarnath trek route is described in detail below.
From Sonprayag, take a shared taxi or a privately hired cab to Gaurikund.
The Rambara Bridge connects Gaurikund and Jungle Chatti, making the trek 4 kilometres long. Jungle Chatti to Bheembali is 3 kilometres long.
The trek from Bheembali to Linchauli is 4 kilometres long.
The trek from Linchauli to Kedarnath Base Camp is 4 kilometres.
However, before embarking on a 16-kilometre moderate-to-severe hike
However, before embarking on the 16-kilometre moderate-to-severe trek, each pilgrim must first ensure that they are physically fit. Furthermore, the Kedarnath Trek from Gaurikund runs from 4 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. Since Kedarnath is situated inside the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, the timing is set for safety reasons. As a result, pilgrims are not permitted to trek after a certain time. After the specified period, no pilgrim is permitted to leave. Before embarking on this high-altitude trek to Kedarnath, people with heart or respiratory problems should consult a doctor. Apart from that, proper tented accommodation, drinking water, restaurants, and small businesses are all available.
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