Kedarkantha

About the Kedarkantha

Kedarkantha is a mountain peak of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India. Its elevation is 12,500 ft . Kedarkantha is located within Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarkashi district. Kedarkantha s the name of a mountain peak in the Himalayan regions in the state of Uttarakhand in India. It is located in the Uttarkashi district within Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in the Sankri village. The Kedarkantha trek is a trek of 5 days basically which is full of adventures and fun. Kedarkantha peak (Latitude 31.02257° N & Longitude 78.17185° E) is a low altitude mountain peak at ~3810 m/12500 ft. The peak and trail are on the fringe of Govind National Park, Uttarakhand. The region marks the boundary with its neighbouring state Himachal Pradesh and situated in western flank of Uttarkashi district. Kedarkantha is perhaps more beautiful in the summer and spring seasons than it is in winter. We know the Kedarkantha trek people see it as a winter trek, and that’s how most of our country sees it, but very, frankly speaking, the real beauty of the Kedarkantha trek is in the summer and spring seasons from March–July.

If you’re looking for a winter trekking adventure, Kedarkantha is the place to be! The fresh snowfall and bitterly cold days of December through mid-February make for an unforgettable experience. However, be warned that nights can be brutally cold, while days offer little relief. With the proper clothing, though, the winter trek can be a fantastic experience. And if you’re lucky, you’ll enjoy it without too many other people. Remember that sometimes the trail might be blocked by snowfall during peak winter months, but that’s all part of the fun! You’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of a blanket of snow over pine trees creating a winter wonderland.

The Kedarkantha trek is lovely during the Spring season. You won’t find an assault of snow as you might have in the previous winter months, but rather pleasant weather that is perfect for trekking. The Rhododendrons will bloom, and the meadows will be a carpet of green, making it a feast for the eyes wherever you turn.

With longer days and brighter nights, it’s the perfect time to explore all that this stunning trek has to offer. In terms of weather, March is still quite cold at night but begins to warm up during the day, making it a comfortable time to trek. April and May are warmer months, but with occasional rain showers. However, the views more than make up for any inconvenience caused by the rain.

The Kedarkantha trek is also possible during the monsoon months, but it’s not recommended for those who are looking for a peaceful and quiet getaway. The rains can cause landslides, making the trail dangerous in some places. In addition, the meadows and forests will be wet and muddy, making for a less-than-ideal trekking experience. However, if you’re up for an adventure and don’t mind getting a little dirty, then monsoon might be the perfect time for you! The greenery will be luscious, and you’ll have the trail to yourself since most people avoid trekking during this time.

Autumn is one of the best times to visit the Kedarkantha Trek. The clear skies and the weather are calm and pleasant, making for ideal trekking conditions. The days get shorter as October approaches, so be sure to start your trek early in the month to make the most of the daylight. The views during this time are incredible, with the leaves turning a beautiful shade of red and yellow. Some areas may be dry and dusty, but the colours make up for it! You’ll also have the bonus of avoiding the crowds that flock to Kedarkantha during peak season.

As you can see, there is no best time to visit the Kedarkantha Trek. It depends on your preferences and what you’re looking for in a trekking adventure. With that said, Kedarkantha is famous for being a winter trekking destination. So, winter is the best time if you want to enjoy the snow-covered landscape and don’t mind the cold temperatures. However, it can get crowded in the peak season to the extent that it sucks all the fun out of the trek.

If you want to avoid the crowds and still enjoy the beautiful scenery, then I would suggest March to May or September to November. These are the shoulder seasons, so you’ll find smaller crowds and more manageable weather conditions. Remember that the monsoon season (June to August) can be dangerous due to landslides, so it’s best to avoid trekking during this time.

No matter when you choose to visit, Kedarkantha’s views will surely take your breath away!

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 Hey Dear sir / ma’am A very warm welcome to extreme-climbers As per our telecon, please find below a detailed itinerary of  kEDARKANTHA TREK along with the costings and inclusions and exclusions as well. COST: Rs 5,500/–pp  transportation Dehradun to  Dehradun  5Days) OVERVIEWS Region : Uttarakhand /sankri Duration :5D/4N Grade :- Easy To Moderate Max Altitude :- 12,500 Ft. Approx Trekking Km :- 19Kms*
 
  âś…Trek brief itinerary Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri drive – 9/10 hrs Day 2: Sankri to Juda Tal – 3Km- 4/ hours Day 3: Juda Tal to Kedarkantha base– 3 hours Day 4: Trek to Kedarkantha peak descent  to Horgaon  via Kedarkantha base – to hargaon Day 5:  Hargaon to Sankri to Dehradun same day
          INCLUSIONS     EXCLUSIONS
All transfers in shared taxi Personal Insurance, Personal toiletry Items, Personal Medicine kit,
PICKUP POINTS to DROP POINTS/Dehradun  to Dehradun Meals during transit. (Dehradun to Sankri & Sankri to Dehradun
Permits and Entrance fees. Charges of mules/porters/carrying extra luggage. (Rs 200/per bag /pp/pre-booking required )
Accommodation (tents, Guest houses) Anything not included under the head
Breakfast, Lunch, Tea/Snacks, Coffee
All camping gear including – high quality tents,  sleeping bags, sleeping mattress, Liner, Kitchen tent, Dining tent, Separate toilet tents – ladies & gent’s,  helper , mules, kitchen team, first Aid box, oxygen cylinder,  technical  equipment for safety, walkie talkies for communication, Micros-pick, Gaiters, Good Experience Hindi/English guide, Local Team, cooks, porters, First aid box, No Hidden, all necessary forest Permits & Camping charges.
* Alpinist Travel crew is Fully trained  And  Equipped To  handle Any  emergency* All Includes | Food | Accommodation | Transfer | Hiking Gears | Professional Guides. No Hidden Charges | 100% Safety | Certified Team | Group Discount Available. 24-7 Customer Service. 50+ Professional Team.
*Rental Equipment available !

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