Gaurikund is the last motorable road from Kedarnath. From there, it's a 16-18-kilometer trek across the Himalayas.
The most common route to Kedarnath temple is from Haridwar. Guptakashi and Sonprayag are both accessible from Haridwar. It's a travel of about 200-230 kilometres. From Haridwar, buses are available. The bus route is like Haridwar- Rishikesh-Devprayag-Srinagar-Rudraprayag-Guptakashi-Sonprayag. One can spend the night at Guptakashi or Sonprayag and then take a shared car to Gaurikund the following morning. The path to Kedarnath temple begins from here. To get to the temple, one can either walk or hire a pony or pitthu. Depending on the weather, helicopter service is also available to reach Kedarnath Temple.
Pooja’s spiritual journey to Kedarnath Temple will surely inspire you. Here it is.
Activities around Kedarnath temple:
The surroundings of Kedarnath temple that reflect the divine aura of the shrine have spectacular attractions to offer. Here is a list of some of the major attractions one should not miss while visiting Kedarnath temple:
• A holy dip at Gaurikund.
• Trekking to Vasuki Tal.
• Witnessing the beauty of Gandhi Sarovar.
• Visiting the Samadhi of Adi Shankaracharya.
• Trekking to Chorabari Tal.
• Praying at Anusuya Devi Temple
Do you want to do a budget, backpacking Trip to Kedarnath and Vasuki Tal? This is how you should plan.