Kedarkantha trek

kedarkantha Trek

Kedarkantha trek  is one of India’s most wanted after snow hiking destinations. With the fall of the winter snowfall, it is an attractive image, and even more attractive is the spectacular view of the Himalayas from the paths right up. Nestled at 3810 feet, which is about 12,500 feet for the first time, hikers embark on an adventure and enjoy the beauty of nature at its best. The fascinating and fascinating snow sights were applauded to the Himalayas.

kedarkantha trek itinerary

DAY  1

Dehradun – Sankri  

DAY 2

Sankri – Juda-ka-Talab Distance 

DAY 3

Juda-ka-Talab to Kedarkantha Base 

DAY 4

Kedarkantha base to Kedarkantha peak  

DAY 5

Hargaon camp to Sankri   

DAY 6

Sankri to Dehradun  
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kedarkantha trek itinerary

Day 1) Dehradun – Sankri

Travel Distance – 210 Km 8 – 9 Hours journey

 Altitude – Sankri  6,400 ft

 Night Stay – Hotel

Welcome to  Dehardun  as part of your Etravelfly Kedarkantha Trek package. As you arrive in Dehardun railway station, you’ll be received by a representative and drive to Sankri via Mussorrie. Lunch will be had along the way. The drive is a delightful one as the path takes you along the Yamuna, exquisite Tons river and pine forests. Once you reach Sankri that is steeped in natural beauty, check into the hotel. In the evening, enjoy a stroll in the charming village and warm up for the Kedarkantha trek to come ahead. Overnight can be spent in the hotel

Day 2) Sankri – Juda-Ka-Talab

Trek Distance: – 4 km 4 -5 Hours Trek

Altitude: – 9,100 ft.

Trek gradient: – Moderate

Night Stay: – Camp

Today, the warm morning is waiting eagerly for you to get up. Enjoy the tranquility of the mountains. There is no connection and nothing materialistic will distract you. The only thing you need is peace.

The trek begins at Sankri up to Juda ka Talab which is 4 kilometers away. After a short walk from the main market , you can see Swargarohini peaks (I II, III, I) that will captivate you. Juda Ka Talab is today’s popular destination for many hikers. The lake is situated within a clearing of trees. It’s 100m long and its wideness is 36 meters. The lake is clean and mirrors the surrounding. You can camp among pine trees and relax in the evening.

Take a cup of tea or coffee along with snacks, soup and wander around the surrounding area. Dinner will be served after which you can rest for the night.

DAY 3) Juda-ka-Talab to Kedarkantha Base

Trek Distance: – 4 km 3 Hours Trek

Altitude: – 11,250 ft.

Trek gradient: – Moderate

Night Stay: – Camp

Enjoy the glorious sunrise after a refreshing breakfast you will start the trek to the Kedarkantha base  situated at an elevation of 11,250 feet.

Begin the trek, make an ascent, walk through the forest densely and then an open meadow will greet you. Stop and take in the stunning panoramas of the Himalayas. Continue on through the pine forests until you reach your camp site from where Kedarkantha peak is awe-inspiring. enjoy the amazing views afterwards. have a delicious lunch

DAY 4) Kedarkantha Base to Kedarkantha peak - Hargaon

Trek Distance: – 9 km  7 to 8 Hours Trek

Altitude: – 12,500 ft.

Trek gradient: – Moderate

Night Stay: – Camp

We will start with the trek to the Kedarkantha Peak, situated at an elevation of 12,500 feet. This is today’s most important morning of the trek so make sure you are ready by 4:30 am to catch the sunrise from the Kedarkantha summit. There is nothing more thrilling than watching the sun rise from the summit as the views are stunning. Everyone who sees it is amazed.

The descent is sure to be enjoyable, so sliding down, with assistance from your instructors. The slope is two kilometers long. It is going be a memorable experience.

Lunch on the way, take a break for a while and then head towards the campsite today. Hargaon is a gorgeous large meadow. Spend your time here, and then retire to sleep for the night.

DAY 5) Hargaon camp to Sankri

Trek Distance: – 4 km  3 to 4 Hours Trek

Altitude: – 6500 ft.

Trek gradient: – Moderate

Night Stay: – Hotel

 This morning, enjoy breakfast in the last campsite of this trek. As you begin your trek, and descend down from Hargaon to Sankri you will pass by several viewpoints, and then ahead will be the orchards of apples.

Then, you will reach the base camp Sankri and your next stop will be in a hotel. You can also purchase some local foods from here and bring many memories with you.

DAY 6) Sankri to Dehradun

Travel Distance – 210 Km 8 – 9 Hours journey

The last day of the trip is the departure day where the trekkers need to travel back to Dehradun. distance takes about 9 to 10 hours

you can plan how to spend the day fruitfully on your own, be it sightseeing or shopping, Dehradun will not disappoint you.it’s time to say goodbye to Dehradun  Back home, with loads of remarkable memories of a mesmerizing Etravelfly Kedarkantha Trek

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