Kedarnath Yatra 2024: Walk the Sacred Trail

Kedarnath is Rudraprayag district's most well-known Char Dham Yatra pilgrimage site. Kedarnath is situated at 12,500 feet/ 3600 meters near the Chorabari Glacier, the source of the Mandakini River. It is surrounded by snow-capped mountain peaks. The Kedarnath Mountain is located near Kedarnath. Every year, thousands of pilgrims from around India come to visit Lord Shiva temple in Kedarnath. With our Kedarnath Yatra package, you will have a seamless travel experience.

The closest route to reach Kedarnath is, through Gaurikund, which is located 16 kilometers away. The pilgrimage to Kedarnath has held significance for generations. Legend has it that the Pandava brothers constructed the temple dedicated to Lord Shiva at Kedarnath during the time of Mahabharata although there is no mention of the Kedarnath Temple. The Skanda Purana first references Kedarnath in the 7th and 8th centuries as Kedara, where it is said that Lord Shiva released the holy waters from his hair leading to the formation of the Ganges River.