Day 0 : Departure from Delhi
Day 1 : Dehradun - Sankri
Day 2 : Sankri – Juda ka Talab
Day 3 : Juda Ka Talab – Base Camp (Kedarkantha)
Day 4 : Base Camp – Kedarkantha Peak
Day 5 : Juda Ka Talab – Sankri to Dehradun
In recent times, this particular trek has become extremely famous among all. The trek is extremely famous in winters because of the snowfall and offers majestic views of the Himalayas, it is a 360 degree view from the summit of Kedarkantha. Apart from this the trek also has a mythological significance. According to Hindu mythology, Kedarkantha is also known as Bal-Kedar; it was supposed to be the site of Kedarnath. It is said that when Shiva was wandering at Kedarkantha in his bull avatar, to hide from the Pandavas, the local dwellers disturbed his peace. Therefore, he fled to the present Kedarnath site.
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The trek is famous for its summit and is rightly so. The first is that this is a proper summit marked by a cairn. Of all the 12,500 ft treks in the Himalayas, Kedarkantha is one of the two summit treks.
The Kedarkantha trek is one of the best winter treks in India. Naturally, the best time to visit Kedarkantha is in Winter during December to March, although the trek is accessible throughout the year except during monsoons.
360-degree views of the Himalayas: The views from the top of Kedarkantha are like no other. You don't just get to see famous peaks like Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Kalanag, Gangotri and Yamunotri range but you also get to see hundreds of unnamed virgin peaks all around you.