Kedarkantha Trek

You should be familiar with Kedarkantha Summit because it is situated within the Govind Wildlife National Sanctuary Park in Uttarkashi. This magnificent hill is surrounded by a number of lovely river valleys, one of which is the upper valley of Garhwal, which is home to a community that has lived in this region since the time of the Mahabharata. The best winter snow trek in India is Kedarkantha, which is manageable for beginners. Everyone should at least once experience this Himalayan adventure. The best time to travel is during the heaviest snowfall, which occurs between the first week of November and the last week of April. Snow starts to cover the stunning campsites on the Kedarkantha trek after about mid-November.

It’s true that each walk in the Himalayas has its own special charm. On a trek, you might experience a dose of nature that you simply cannot get in the city, and you can challenge your physical and mental limits. There aren’t many hikes in the Himalayas that will compel you to witness the pristine splendour of nature. From snow-capped peaks to verdant forests and ice lakes to an incredibly tasty peak, it has everything a hiker could ask for. The most demanding and rewarding portion of the expedition is the ascent to the summit. You can see all of these sights from the base camp of Sankri at the bottom to the peak at the top.


Kedarkantha Trek Start & End Location – Sankri Village, Uttrakhand

Trek Duration – 5 Days/ 4 Night

Trek Difficulty – Easy to Moderate

Trek Distance – 20 Kms both ways

Trek Height – 12500 ft

Price Included

  • Evening tea and dinner (dal, sabji, chapati, rice)
  • Breakfast (veg parantha/ poori bhaji with tea)
  • Evening group bonfire with music till 11:00pm
  • Accompany of experienced group guide from Bharshaini to Kheerganga and back
  • Stay in safari camps (triple/quad sharing basis) with common washroom

Price Excluded

  • Tips, Gratitude to the Team
  • Any Private Expense
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities
  • Any Other Service
  • Not Mentioned Above in Inclusions

Things to carry

  • Trekking pole
  • Thermals, Socks, Waterproof gloves (during winter season)
  • Trekking shoes, Slippers/floaters
  • Sun cap, Sunglasses, Sunscream
  • Trekking pants
  • Headlamp/torch
  • Personal medical kit
  • Personal toiletries
  • Water bottle, Plastic bags
  • ORS: In case of dehydration, Protein bars

Other than trek, Camping and all meals are included, Bonfire. Medical Help also provided.