Let’s get lost in the Mountains… The most striking Himalayan peak THE KEDARKANTHA PEAK is located in Uttarakhand. One of the best snow trekking destinations in INDIA. Mesmerizing pictorial view from 3810 meters i.e 12500ft height. The distance is not much and the trekking trail is not that difficult but snow and snowfall are pleasing. Even first-time trekkers can be a part of this adventure trek. Enjoy the beauty of nature with the charming and captivating sight of the snow-capped Himalayas, the verdant greenery, lush landscapes, the myriad collection of flora, frozen pond – Jadu ka Talab. The lake is frozen completely during the winter. Mesmerizing sunrise view from the peak of the mountain. The ideal destination for nature lovers, friend groups, and couples.
You are expected to arrive Sankri by evening, 230 kms, 7/8 hrs drive. You will be recieved by our guide, checkin at our Homestay. Have lunch on the way(not included). A briefing session will be there with safety equipment distribution followed by dinner. Overnight stay at our cosy homestay. The cab is not included in the cost.
Altitude : 1920 m / 6450ft
Meals: Evening tea & snacks, soup, Dinner(Dal rice paneer roti local sweet dish), Warm Water
After breakfast start your adventure, it is a 4 kms trek from Sankri, 4/5 hrs. Totally uphill trek. You will reach campsite by lunch time, have hot lunch. Acclimatisation walk
in the afternoon followed by evening tea & snacks. Later soup and dinner. Overnight stay in tents.
Altitude : 2790mtrs/9500ft
Meals: Breakfast(Parantha alu dum boiled egg*2 bananas*2 coffee) Lunch(Dal rice pickle papad) Evening tea & snacks, Dinner(Dal rice seasonal mix veg roti sweet dish), warm water
Today is a short trek. We will start a bit late from Juda Taal campsite and will reach by lunch time. 3 kms, 2/3 hrs. A easy day. Hot lunch at campsite. Acclimatisation walk
in afternoon followed by tea & snacks. Later evening soup & delicious dinner. Overnight stay at campsite. Altitude : 3250mtrs
Meals: Breakfast(Chole puri tea), Lunch(Raajma chawal pickle papad), Evening Tea & Snacks, Soup, Dinner(Dal rice seasonal veg roti sweet dish), warm water
Today is the hardest and longest day. Start summit attempt at 3 AM after a light breakfast & packed food. You will reach summit by sunrise time. Back to the Basecamp have hot lunch,
take some rest and descend to the Juda Taal camp/ Hargaon Camp (depend on the snow condition). 13 kms, 8/9 hrs. Overnight stay at campsite. Altitude : 2790mtrs/9500ft
Meals: Breakfast(Daliya boiled egg tea), Lunch(Veg Pulao pickle salad), Evening tea & snacks, Dinner (Dal rice roti veg sweet dish) warm water
Early morning start descending to sankri after breakfast. 4 kms, 3 hrs. Reach by lunch time, have hot lunch at Sankri. Certificate distribution ceremony. Depart for Dehradun. Cab is not included in the package. Altitude : 1950mtrs/6450ft
Meals: Breakfast (chole puri & tea)
Lunch(Dal rice pickle salad papad)
every day dal & veg & sweet dish will change
menu is subject to change on market availability
The Kedarkantha Trek is a popular winter trek in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It takes trekkers to the Kedarkantha peak, which offers stunning views of the Himalayan mountains.
The best time for the Kedarkantha Trek is during the winter months, from December to April, when the region is covered in snow, creating a picturesque landscape. However, it can also be done in the spring and autumn months for a different experience
The Kedarkantha Trek is considered a moderate trek, suitable for beginners and experienced trekkers alike. The difficulty increases during winter due to the snow and cold weather.
The trek is typically a 4-6 day journey, covering a distance of approximately 20 kilometers (12 miles) round trip, depending on the starting point and the trekking route chosen.
While it's not mandatory to hire a guide, it is highly recommended, especially for those who are not familiar with the terrain. A guide can provide valuable insights, ensure safety, and navigate the trail effectively.
The highest point on the Kedarkantha Trek is the Kedarkantha summit, which stands at an altitude of approximately 12,500 feet (3,800 meters) above sea level.
Trekkers usually need permits from the Forest Department for the Kedarkantha Trek. These permits can be obtained through tour operators or at the forest checkposts.
Essential items to pack include warm clothing, trekking boots, sleeping bags, a good quality backpack, and basic medical supplies. A detailed packing list is often provided by trek organizers.
Accommodations along the trek route are generally in the form of tents or simple guesthouses in local villages. Trekkers are advised to carry their own sleeping bags.
Trekking during winter can be challenging due to snow and cold temperatures. Safety precautions, appropriate clothing, and the presence of an experienced guide are crucial for a safe trek.
The trek typically begins from a place called Sankri, which is accessible by road from Dehradun. Dehradun can be reached by air, rail, or road from major Indian cities.