For centuries, Himalayas has been a spot of fascination and wonder for both travelers and tourists. The perennial snow that remains in these peaks provide a sight for the tourists and adventure for the travelers. The high mountains, the vast valleys, the undulating terrains, the freezing temperatures , the pine trees and snow are signature characteristics of an Himalayan range.
Well out of the many many climbed peaks in the Himalayas, Kedarkantha is one which arguably is the easiest. Due to its name one might think it as something that lies in the vicinity of Kedarnath, but these are actually 91.3 kms apart and thus far away. Kedarkantha is one of the best treks to take if you are a beginner and you love snow and mountains.
Though it is said to be the easiest winter trek, you might very well disagree with that. Due to the temperature which reaches a minimum of -17 to -21 degrees and strong winds that blows can chill your bone to the spine. The toughness lies in the temperature only otherwise everything else is well sorted. There are good camping sites, nice trails to follow and one would often come across different tea stalls providing tea, coffee and Maggi at a fairly raised price.