Kedarkantha Trek with Camping in Winters 2021, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

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Kedarkantha Trek  Complete Details

Kedarkantha trek is one of  the most popular treks in the Indian Himalayas in Uttarakhand where trekking is possible for more than 10 months in a year  except July and August  (i.e. especially during the rainy season trekking in kedarkantha is avoided.) The mountains are covered with snow, the mesmerizing view from the top attracts most of the treks.  Kedarkantha is located in Govind Wildlife sanctuary in Uttarkashi district. Kedarkantha trek height is 12,500 ft approx. The parent range is Garhwal Himalaya. There are numerous reasons why this kedarkantha  trek is so famous  among Indian himalayan ranges. The most popular reason is for The Summit climb. As you start your trekking right from the base camp the summit looms large. As you start climbing in the early morning  the beauty of the world just opens around you.

The trekking is not so easy as you get closer to Summit it gets tricky  also. But the big mountains of The himalayan range in upper himalaya accomplanises  until you reach the summit. As you reach the summit the view  provides you a great sense of satisfaction , boosts your confidence that you finally accomplished your goals. The feeling is so pleasant that’s not definable.

Apart from the summit, this trek is also very famous for its beautiful clearing and campsite. This trekking is full of  clearing on different routes; these  are just at the right location giving you proper direction and appreciate the track and its views. 

 Another important reason which makes this trekking more famous is the beautiful forest from all 3 routes .  The forest is dense  and full of green and amazing views that makes your experience on trekking explore the  beauty of nature more deeply.


Kedarkantha Mountains are photogenic

Kedarkantha trekking is one of the famous trekking routes to Indian Himalayan ranges which lie in Uttarakhand.   The trek begins  from a traditional village called Sankri.  The sour village is covered with mountains covered with snow, the sparkling tons and the river flowing from it.  The charm and beautifulness of nature is the most beautiful thing about this place. Houses are  made of wood, which  makes that place more delightful and adorable.  The  sour village has its own customs , rituals and conventions. The people there wear traditional dress and cook  traditional foods .

The beauty of  this entire trek can be seen in Himalayan ranges. There  is one point to be kept  in mind that kedarkantha is a triangle -shaped mountain which makes this trek more adventurous and explosive. Every Year a huge fair  is organised in kedarkantha on 15 th june. 

This is a special moment when people celebrate this festival with local music and drums.


 View from kedarkantha Summit

The most interesting fact about Kedarkantha trek is that the beautiful Himalayan ranges are clearly visible . which are Swargarohini peak I,II,III (6300 m), Black Peak (6387m), Bandarpunch Peak (6300m) apart from this all the mountains such as Rupin pass,Supin range,Kimloga peak, Baradas lake range etc are clearly visible.

 From the kedarkantha trek all other views  in Indian HImalayan ranges are clearly visible such as Har ki dun valley,Ruinsara valley bail, Borasu pass , Sarutal pass , fachu kandi pass etc.

The view of the mountains  and forest during the  entire trek are so beautiful  that it induces every trekker to capture the beauty of the view and have good snap of this beautiful environment to keep with themselves throughout their journey of life in the remembrance that once  in life the got an opportunity of explore the beauty of Himalayan ranges.


Starting Point of  kedarkantha trek

Trekking  for kedarkantha peaks beagans from a small village called Sankri. There are 13 peaks of Himalayan ranges which are easily visible from Kedarkantha peak. There was a lakh called Juda-ka-talab,  the localite believes that lord shiva has once stayed in kedarkantha. It is believed that lord shiva hair has fallen once during his medication to form this lake named as Juda -ka -talab The difficulty level for climbing  it ranges from low to medium. 



It basically takes 6 days and 5 nights to complete your kedarkantha trek.  For trekking you need to carry with yourself an oxygen cylinder as you reach at high altitudes the intensity of oxygen is less at higher level of altitude so to maintain your oxygen level in your body you need to carry an oxygen cylinder with yourself,  first aid box, necessary medical equipment and stretchers.



 Temperature of Kedarkantha

 During the day the temperature of kedarkantha  fluctuates between 8 degree celsius to 15 degree celsius while at night the temperature reaches to -3 degree celsius sometimes experiencing cold  chill winter’s night to 5 degree celsius.


 Best time to visit Kedarkantha Trek

 Best time for kedarkantha trek is between April and November however you can go trekking for 10 months a year except during the  peak rainy season i.e. between July and august.


 Kedarkantha In December, January and February

Kedarkantha is most popularly a winter trek. The mountains during this season are beautifully covered with snow and an adventurous summit climb attracts anyone to go weak on knees. You get to trek in a dense forest covered with snow, you need to learn how to camp on thick moulds of snow.

Starting from 15th dec to mid january the kedarkantha trek becomes an extremely crowded  area. As more and more people come to explore this beauty of nature. 


Kedarkantha in March and April

During the March season the snowfall is quite residual which means less snow will be there as compared to the winter season. The snow is visible only in the region which is higher than the campsite towards the Summit. Due to the spring season, you will also see the fresh blooming grasslands and  trees in the forest are covered with fresh green leaves , flowers and fruits.

 This is a view when you want to see nature full of colours in contrast to snowfall on the mountains.

In April, as the beginning of summer season is marked, the snow begins to melt due to the scorching sun rays. Kedarkantha in  April is visited by people to see the  beautiful landscape after the extremely cold winters. The weather during this season is pleasant to start your trekking and  full of colours on your way to  kedarkantha trek.


 Kedarkantha  In May and June

 Trekking during this season is marked by bright  sun in the morning and nights are not so cold as compared to other months of the year. During June there is occasional rainfall  marking the arrival of the monsoon season. 

 During this season the crowd  is less as more and more people begin to trek at higher altitudes.  Although it is a good time to start your kedarkantha trek  if you want to  explore nature and make your trek adventurous in isolation then this season is considered as the best one to start your trek.

 In monsoon season i.e. during July and August kedarkantha trekking is not suitable nor allowed  because of heavy snowfall in this area, landslides and other natural calamities can take place which can cause  serious accidents to the lives of people.


 Kedarkantha In September, October And November 

  After the monsoon the  entire  kedarkantha trek starts in September.  The pasturelands,water meadows and forest are fresh and alive in September and continue till October. During this season the  mornings are mild and nights are extremely cold. There is mild rainfall till the end of september.   The  air is crisp and the view of the upper himalaya  is clearly visible. The  trek also continues in the November season. With the beginning  of the Winter season. The views and beauty of nature still remains  crisp   for the trekkers.

 Throughout the year, 7 months are considered ideal and best  for kedarkantha trek.


 Weather on kedarkantha trek

The weather on kedarkantha trek remains the same as other treks in Uttarakhand . the weather of kedarkantha during different seasons are –

Kedarkantha during Winter season 

 With the winter season it is marked with fresh snow, cold days and extreme cold nights. 

 During the day the temperature ranges between 8 degree to 10 degree celsius , while during night the temperatures drop between 0 degree to -5 degree celsius. You can tackle the winter trek with the right gear.

 For those who want to experience  trekking in snow can plan their kedarkantha trek during mid  january  and february during this period the place is not too crowded you can enjoy your trekking experience in isolation with snowfall.


Kedarkantha during Spring season 

With the beginning of spring, the grasslands  begin to lush with greenery covered with fresh leaves, fruits and flowers with melting snow. The sun is brighter days and nights are still cold but not so extreme;ly cold as compared to winter season. Temperature in day is between 15 to 18 degree Celsius and nights between 0 to  5 degree celsius.

Those who are planning for trekking with lush green grasslands and forest and melting snow can plan their trek during this season.


Kedarkantha during Summer season

 In the summer season you will see bright sunny days and mild cold nights. If you want to do your trekking in a comfortable temperature then you can plan your trek during this period.

 The temperature during summer season fluctuates between 18 degree   to 24 degree celsius in day and at nights it fluctuates between 3 degree to 8 degree celsius.




Kedarkantha during Monsoon season 

 In Monsoon season it is hard to continue your trekking as in monsoon season due to heavy rainfall, landslides , slippery areas etc.

 In this season, kedarkantha trek is mainly recommended to avoid trekking between  July to mid September.


 Kedarkantha during Autumn 

 This time period is considered as the ideal one for trekking if you are looking for a crisp view of mountains, lush green grasslands, forests  begin to change their colour marking the arrival of the winter season. This is a  beautiful time if you plan to trek.

 You can also see some small streams of fresh water. As we move forward to the winter season you can see  the days get shorter and nights much colder and longer.

 Temperature in the morning  is expected between 10 to 15 degree celsius and night’s temperature often drops to zero.


  Age limit for kedarkantha  trekking 


  1. People between the age limit of  5  years to 60 years are allowed and should go  for kedarkantha trekking.
  2. It is also necessary that a person should be completely physically fit and fine to start  his trekking.
  3. During winter trek in kedarkantha people between the age group of 10 years and 55 years should be allowed.
  4. Kedarkantha trekking boosts up the energy level and confidence among the trekkers . They are  full of enthusiasm for this trek.
  5.   Visitors who go trekking for the first time are so excited to get the better  opportunity to explore the beauty of  nature .

  Difficulty level during kedarkantha trek


 Kedarkantha is a beautiful  and uphill trek in the Uttarakhand  Himalayan ranges .  This trekking is great for those people who have the passion and desires of mountaineering, adventures, exploring the beauty of nature.

Kedarkantha trekking is from easy to moderate level. If you start the trekking from Sankari village then it’s quite  tricky also. 

 Not just this, the duration of the trekking is quite  long also.  It takes around 7- 8 hours  on the summit trek day (5 hours of steady trekking & 2 to 3 hours of fast descent). This puts a challenge before legs and a person should be physically fit to complete the trek.

 After viewing all the points, kedarkantha trekking is  marked as easy to moderate trekking.

However  it must be noted that the easy trek  can turn into a difficult one if the person is not physically fit and fine.


 Safety level in kedarkantha trekking?

 Kedarkantha trekking is a very safe one. This can be determined on a variety of factors which includes terrains, altitude and weather.


 Safety of trekking on the basis of Terrain 

 When the question about terrain rises, kedarkantha is considered as the safest one.  On the basis of following factors-

  • Well maintained routes
  • Easy and multiple well maintained exit points
  • Well maintained campsites
  • Well maintained trails

 There are hardly any sections which are difficult during the routes . However, the only section that is tricky is The Summit, one which requires technical assistance.


Safety of trekking on  the basis of Altitude

 Kedarkantha trek elevation is around 12,500 ft . During the first 3 days of the trek the person trekkers tek around 6300ft  in the later half it covers rest distance.

 Points to be kept in mind regarding AMS

  •  The campsites are placed within the normal  altitude each day.  Keeping a little pace increases the chances of getting AMS .
  • The second day is shorter  in length and altitude  gain.  This provides you an opportunity to rest  before a long Summit terk.
  • On the third day, you trek a lot of height . This requires help to recover from the AMS symptoms  that might take place on the Summit day.

The trekker can get hit by AMS from the first day of trekking; most  common symptoms are headache and tiredness which is perhaps due to lack of sleep. The medicine which could be given is a curative  course of diamox which is 250mg.

 The earlier these symptoms are treated the higher the chances of finishing the trekking on time increases.

 As you trek higher and higher towards kedarkantha peaks after11000 ft there are chances  of HAPE/ HAC to occur as well this must be also cured  on time.


Safety of trekking on the basis of Weather

On the basis of weather, kedarkantha trekking is safe for 10 months in a year. However the trekking becomes tricky and slippery when there is a lot of snow. It can be managed with the help of various equipment such as microspikes, gaiters etc.

 The trekking also becomes difficult due to extreme cold winters as it can cause various injuries related to extreme can be tackled with wearing the right winter costume especially designed for trekking, right technique of layering etc.


Why should you choose kedarkantha trek ?

  Although there are  varieties  of reasons to go for kedarkantha trek but few of the main   things which describe how beautiful  and exciting it is for you to choose kedarkantha trek  –

  • Drive to the basecamp 

This is one of the most beautiful drives which you have ever experienced on any trek. This is an 18 km stretch  of dense pine forests after Paroula and the drive through the Morin valley alongside River Tons you will experience it for a long time during your trekking.

  • The Homestays

During kedarkantha trek you can see the houses of people are made of wood, they wear traditional dresses, the rituals and custom of kedarkantha is different yet that culture attracts the trekkers more. The closer you get, the closer the experience of the place ,custom, culture and people you have. 

However on your kedarkantha trek you spend both your first night and last night of the trek in Gaichawan Ghao.

  • The Forests

When you are in the forest, especially from Gaichawan Ghao to Summit you get a strong feeling of oneness with the surroundings there.


Many  factors which help you to feel like closely attached to the place-

  • The forest is less travelled by the people hence is not a crowded area . Apart from the villagers, only the trekkers to kedarkantha use this route. If you are not careful during the route you can easily get lost in the forest.
  •  The forest is extremely dense .  The sun plays hide and seek and this makes trek more interesting and adventerous.
  • Along with being dense the forests are diverse. Also in Dedar, Pine and Oak you can see a variety of trees and shrubs on the way which you have never seen before.

The forest during the kedarkantha trek from Gaichawan Ghao to the Summit with its diversity of colours, grasslands, shrubs etc. make this trek more  adventurous and enhances the beauty of  nature.

  • The clearings 

 Kedarkantha trek has many clearings from all the sides. These clearings  make this trek more beautiful. Infact, it is the only one trek in the entire Himalayan ranges where you have no dearth to camp. Due to these clearings, there are only multiple routes on this trek. 

Other factors which make claerings more special are-

  1. Every clearing on this trek is different from one other. While khujey gives you the feeling of trekking along with clif, Juda ka talaq  immerses you in a lake.
  2. The view from each clearing is simply outstanding and awesome.
  3. The trekkers each day feels complete with both forest and clearing. During the trek, the trekker can find a clearing every 2 hours during their trek. 

  • Multiple Routes

 In Kedarkantha trek , the trekkers get the opportunity to start their trek and reach the summit  from different routes. The trekker can choose routes which are less tricky or more tricky one, choosing the route according to the weather condition, etc. This provides an opportunity to trekkers to explore different routes as per their wish. However there are multiple routes to reach Summit.


  • Sunset View

 This trek offers the most beautiful views of sunsets which are so p[leasing and pleasing no words to describe the beauty of such views. They are so appleing that they remain in the eyes of the trekkers throughout the journey of their life. This also makes the kedarkantha  trek more famous. 

  • The Summit 


Kedarkantha trek is basically famous for its Summit. This trek is one of 2 summit treks; the rest are all passes or high points of Himalayan ranges.

 Kearkantha trek is itself a special one as soon  as you pass the treeline the summit is more clearly visible to you. So from the beginning of kedarkantha trek the trekkers know that they are on the correct route and eagarlerly this builds their confidence and enthusiasm to reach to Summit as soon as possible( that  destination is no longer to them).

The kedarkantha trek slope is steady at an inclination of about 45degree to 60 degrees. At many times,  put a challenge in front of experienced trekkers also. The view from the Summit of the upper Himalayan ranges is just mesmerising  which adds a charm to the entire kedarkantha trek.

How to reach Kedarkantha ?

 You can reach kedarkantha using various means of transportation depending on the mode which suits your pocket-

 By road –  Dehradun has a well connected road network. Any person by booking a cab or by self driving from different states such as Up, Rajasthan ,Delhi ,Haryana can easily reach Dehradun.

By train – Trains from all parts of India are also available  to reach dehradun. Express like Nanda devi Express, Doon express, Mussoorie Express, Dehradun Shatabdi Expressetc.

By Air –  Direct flights from different parts of India are available for  Dehradun. Jolly Grant Airport serves Dehradun domestically for flights coming from different regions of India. 

Distance to reach  kedarkantha  from other states


There are multiple options available to cover kedarkantha trek distance 

  1. To reach Dehradun from delhi  by flight is 207kms and Dehradun airport to Sankri 217km by taxi andSankri to Kedarkantha 23 km by foot.
  2. The distance between Delhi to Dehradun by Train is 302kms and Dehradun to Sankri 190kms by taxi and Sankri to Kedarkantha 23 km by foot.
  3.  The distance between Delhi to Dehradun by taxi or bus is 249kms and Dehradun to Sankri 190 kms and Sankri to Kedarkantha 23 km by foot.
  4. To reach dehradun from Bangalore (by air is 1924 km),(by train is 2371 km) and Dehradun to Sankri is 217km by taxi  and Sankri to kedarkantha by foot is 23km.
  5. Distance from Dehradun  to Sankri is 190 kms.
  6. Distance from Mussoorie to Sankri is 160kms.


Multiple Exit points 

 Kedarkantha is a trek with multiple routes and multiple exit points . You can exit from kedarkantha trek from Sankri, Kotgaon or Ghaiwana Ghao . In case of emergency the closed hospital exit point ican be from Ghaiwana Ghao.


Nearest Hospital in Kedarkantha  

For mild or normal medical help the nearest hospital can be found in Mori and thn in Paroula.


  • Government hospital mori sankarai rd, Uttarakhand 
  • Primary health center Mori  Uttarakhand 

 However, for major health issues the nearest hospitals are Dehradun and Mussoorie which are 8 to 9hrs away from the base camp of the trek.


Documents which are necessary to be carried For kedarkantha Trek 

You need to carry with yourself original as well as photocopy of government Id proofs such as passports, aadhar card, voting Id, pan card, driving license etc. 

 Before starting  the trek you need to submit the Id proofs to the forest departments otherwise you will not be permitted to continue trekking to kedarkantha by the officiers.



 Other Information about Kedarkantha trek 

Phone connectivity and transactions 

 Only the BSNL  network works in Sankri base camp   but  many times it  fails.  For good networks the trekkers have to wait until they reach Mori OR Purola.

 For emergencies the trekkers carry walkie-talkies with themselves to connect with their team.

 ATM –  ATM Facility is only available in Dehradun or Purola . It is always advisable to the trekkers to deposit their cash before or while in Dehradun as in other locations during the trek this facility is not available.

 Electricity-   if you are on kedarkantha trek then you should bring your own torch ,camera charger, if it is possible then you should bring  extra battery for makeup with yourself because the last electricity connection which you will get is at hotel Sankri base .


 Despite all the fact, Kedarkantha trek is one of the most beautiful trekking to Himalayan ranges, a way to explore and mesmerise the upper Himalaya.

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Day1: Reach Sankri

#Meet us in Dehradun early in the morning. We will start the beautiful drive from here to our base camp in Sankri, located at 6,400 ft above sea level. You’ll pass the beautiful settings such as Mussoorie, Naitwar, and much more during your drive. It will be the picturesque push to reach the base camp for a lifetime. Alongside the beautiful landscape, and the scent of pinewood and the Himalayan fauna, you will also experience nature throughout the journey. #The trip takes approximately 7-8 hours. The magnificent and magnificent drive takes you from the beginning. The woods of Pine and Oak greet you as your path walks along the roaring river Yamuna and Tons. It will shine in full flow as you see the water. Water would sometimes be milky white, sometimes blue and sometimes natural green. It makes you know how nature’s mother blessed humanity by giving humanity these last gifts. #You can take the check-in at your hotel before you go on a walk through the quaint little hamlet of Sankri. You can leave your baggage. This is a small, natural hamlet in the Himalayas. A place among trekkers and nature enthusiasts is well known. As a trekkking hub, Sankri is well known. There are 11 treks from the camp in Sankri, where Kedarkantha Treks and Har Ki Dun are the most popular treks. Also popular in this place are shutterbugs where photography thirst can be quenched.

Day2: Trek from Sankri to Juda-ka-talab | 4 km

#Begin early in the morning with a delicious breakfast. We will then start our journey to Ka Talab Jadu, at 9,100 ft above sea level. The journey takes up to five hours. #We’ll walk along the bubbling river and turn to a path, which is surrounded by a lush pine and maple green forest. #We’ll go over several suspension high-altitude bridges and small villages along the way. We reach our destination after crossing a few streams. #You can enjoy your pleasant dinner after refreshing and go into your nighttime tents.

Day3 : Trek From Juda Ka Talab to the Kedarkantha base | 4 km

#Start early, enjoy the magnificent sunrise. We will start the tour at the Kedarkantha base in an altitude of 11,250 ft. After tucking in at a delicious breakfast. #The tour will take approximately 3 hours with sufficient breaks. At the start of the trek, the trail is almost flat and marked. #It soon enters into a dense pine and oak forest and opens in beautiful wilderness, covered with small shepherd’s huts. You will breathe straight away from the majestic views over the snow-capped Himalayan peaks of Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Kala Nag and Ranglana. These peaks are famous for their magnificent views. You will feel that no space is between these peaks, as you see the top of those peaks. These summits are the wonders of nature. These are the unprecious natural gems. This impresses your thoughts and souls when you see the view. The view of these peaks will never be forgotten. The Swargarohini peak is 6,252 meters above sea level, Bandarpunch 6,316 meters high, Kalanag 6,387 meters high, and Ranglana 5,554 meters high. The Garhwal Himalayas are all these peaks.  #Once you reach the campsite, you will be able to enjoy your delicious dinner and retire for the night to your tents. Enjoy the experience with your fellow travelers. You may find friends between your fellow travelers for life.

Day4: Trek from Kedarkantha Base to Kedarkantha peak followed by a descent to Hargaon camp | 6km

#Treat yourself to your pleasant breakfast and to the brightness of the sunrise. We’ll start our trek to the 12,500 ft above sea level Kedarkantha peak. The walk begins with a steep slope and progresses up to a steeper slope. #We start with a walk through the pine and oak woods. We hear the sound of a river bubbling along as the leaves crunch under our foot and we feel the mossy smell of the forest, although it is not seen. #We see that we are now very near to the peak as the forest opens. This is when the way becomes a little harder as the track climbs. #However, it is more than enough the reward at the end of the struggle to make up for it – the amazing Himalayan view. The temple of Lord Shiva, deity Parvati, and Lord Ganesh are also located on the top. This place is a sacred place and has been blessed once and for all by the presence of Lord Shiva. That’s a legendary fact. Believe it or not, but there’s something special that binds you to it and attracts you to visit it as much as possible. There you can look for God’s blessings. Your lost inner tranquilly is best to find because of your everyday routine. #We start the descent to the base camp after enjoying the view. The downhill is easier and quicker. After we have reached the base camp, we will continue our descent to the Hargaon camp, which is 8,900 ft above sea level. The name Hargaon refers to Har village, means Lord Shiva village. Har means Shiva, according to Hindu mythology. A Camping Hargaon is again a beautiful place for you, your teammates, to enjoy your stay. #When you arrive at the campground, make a marvellous dinner at the end of the day and retire to the camps for the night.

Day5: Trek from Hargaon to Sankri | 6 km

#Get up to the sun and enjoy your breakfast in the splendor of the Himalayas. We start our descent to Sankri and then we have time to leave the campsite at Hargaon. The journey lasts about 4-5 hours. This walk will be a new type of tour for you and Mother Nature will walk along this trek that remembers the last four days you have spent under the lap. #As we walk through the forest, the silence of a river flowing across our path can be enjoyed. Throughout the way, the forest leads to a ridge, which offers an excellent view over Har Ki Dun or the Gods valley. Take the green slopes of the valley in the pure brilliance, before going down further. The time you are going to spend on this trip is the best time of your life. #The wild forest surrounding the trail becomes denser before the village of Sankri finally opens. #You can check-in and drop your bag before you go back to visit the city, if you want. This is the time for local people to interact and enjoy local cuisine and culture. #As the final moment of your trekking this night makes your colleagues more enjoyable, as this will be your memory for life after this evening. You can also share your contacts with newly formed friends in order to keep in touch forever. It will help you to plan with known faces your next trip.

Day6: Drive From Sankri To Dehradun

#Start the day on the morning crack to enjoy your last journey at sunrise. Absenting our lovely moments of life from the place we have been. It’s such a difficult time. However, this is the reality of new destinations and new goals you have to move forward. This is the last day you leave at the base camp Sankri, a beautiful little hamlet in the Himalayas. After breakfast, the hotel will take you back to Dehradun by 8 am to start the long journey. #The journey takes up to 11 hours, with sufficient breaks for meals, so starting early is best. Today’s drive is a special drive for you at some point you will get sad to leave this celestial location for a busy day and at some point, you will gladly remember it all over your life. If you remember those moments in your life and see the photographs you took during your trip, it will give you a happy feeling. Every memory runs along with you during your drive. Nothing will look strange to you when you pass this route from Sankri to Dehradun. You will feel that your own part is the river, arborescence, flora, and fauna. This will motivate you to always visit this place. #Get to Dehradun by 7 in the night when your trip with us ends.

This is the complete Kedarkantha Trek Itinerary

Stay Type

Stay at Sankri, on day 1 and on day 5 you will stay at the hotel/guesthouse. The walk also allows you to spend time in Dual / Triple shared camps in Juda ka Talab, Kedarkantha Base camps, and in Hargaon (depending on weather conditions). Sleeping bags and tents of high quality will be provided.


We’re going to cover your dinner on the first day. For the remainder of your trek, we will give you complete meal cycles. Breakfast included, lunch, dinner and tea and coffee snacks. We’ll cover your breakfast on the sixth day. All of the food that we offer is healthy and nutritious. It is made up of Indian cuisine.


It will save your physical effort with minimum weight. The trails cross the forest to ensure that any activity that contradicts the law is avoided. The hiking area is an ecologically sensitive area, so that plastic waste cannot be disposed of without information. Ask the team leader/guide/group leader if it is urgently necessary. Don’t litter here and there, here and there. Read it carefully and follow the same sign or warning board if there is any. The rules of an authority are respected. Follow the rules for the group. There are two variations in the trek package: transport and transport free. It is not permitted to use alcohol or smoking. It is forbidden to use drugs and any kind of toxicant. If someone is found, the trip will immediately be cancelled without reimbursement. The trek leader’s decision will be final and binding. Then follow the rules that he has made and explained. It is up to Trek Leader to make the journey fun and safe, in order to cooperate freely with the whole group. Delays can occur because of the weather, so please be patient and cooperate in all cases if there is difficulty due to that. It is recommended not to go for this expedition for anyone suffering from health conditions such as asthma etc. But it’s at your own risk if you so decide. Don’t wear thermals while hiking regardless of how cold it is. Grab your own baggage, please. Before boarding the trek, consult a doctor. If you choose a house, respect the hosts and communicate with them! Connection is not available on this walk so that you should better inform your loved ones or relatives of the situation before going up from the base camp so they won’t worry about you. Check it properly whether it is working or not before renting some kind of trekking gear. Keep yourself hydrated but not overflowed with water. Drink a sip of water, which helps to climb the trail and avoid dehydration.


  1. When is the best time to Trek Kedarkantha?

It is possible to complete the Kedarkantha Trek at any time of the year, but the best time is from November to April, when the roads are covered in snow and the mountains are covered in snow. From June to September, hikers should stay away from the outdoors due to heavy rains and difficult walking conditions.

  1. How much does the Kedarkantha Trek cost?

Kedarkantha trek costs INR 5800 per person, and you can also enjoy discounts for group bookings. The Kedarkantha trekking package includes meals, accommodation and other amenities, so be sure to read the contents carefully. What was the temperature during the

  1. Kedarkantha Trek?

Generally, the recommended time for hiking in Kedarkantha is between December and April. During these months, the daytime temperature was 8 ° C and the nighttime temperature was 5 ° C to 3 ° C.

  1. Height of Kedarkantha Trekking Route?

Around 3,810 meters (12,500 feet) is the elevation gain on the Kedarkantha trek High. Hiking is a perfect 20-kilometer long trail, where you can witness the fascinating beauty of the Himalayas and revel in the snow-covered trails. This route is surrounded by arched alpine shrubs, and a wide variety of flora and fauna is a beautiful plus point. Due to the high altitude on foot, it is very cold as the altitude rises, and the oxygen supply also decreases. If you plan to travel to this high altitude area, please make sure you do not have any respiratory problems! Chapter   Day 1 trip from Dehradun Sankri (186 kilometers, 78 hours) Day 2 trek from Sankri JudakaTalab (4 kilometers, 34 hours) Day 3 trek from JudakaTalab Kedarkantha base (4 kilometers), 3 hours) Departure from Kedarkanthak, Trek to Kedakanta peak on the fourth day; Descend to JudaKaTalab (6 KM) Trek from JudaKaTalab Sankri on the fifth day (6 KM) Return to Dera from Sankri on the sixth day Dun (186 kilometers 78 hours) Kedarkantha How long does it take to walk in winter? In terms of distance, the walk from Sankri to Kedarkantha is 20 kilometers long. In terms of days, the itinerary is four days, including two and a half days of ascent and a day and a half of descent. The extra day before and after the trek is used to travel to and from Dehradun. The entire trekking trip is 6 days.

  1. How difficult is the Kedakanta trek?

Kedarkantha Trek is easy, so it is chosen by many beginners. In order to make your first Trek unforgettable, this Trek is always a good choice. The best time for this Trek is in winter, from November to April of the following year, because the ground is covered with snow, and the view of the Himalayas from Garhwal will make you feel refreshed. The Trek is about 20 kilometers long and you need 4 days of activity to complete this Trek, so please make sure you stay hydrated and bring enough warm clothing.

  1. kedarkantha When does it snow when trekking?

If you go hiking in Kedarkantha from December to April, you will definitely find snow. Snowfall in this area usually starts in December and lasts until the third week of April.

  1. How far will we travel on the Kedarkantha trek every day?

Day 1 Dehradun to Sankri 186 KM Day 2 Sankri to JudakaTalab 4 KM Day 3 JudakaTalab to Kedarkantha base 4 KM Day 4 Kedarkantha base to Kedarkantha base to Kedarkantha peak and back to JudakaTalab 4 KM 4446 KM JudaKaTalab to Sankri 6 KM Return from Sankri to Dehradun 186 KM Day 6th What kind of vehicle will be used for transportation? The journey from Dehradun to Sankeri (and vice versa) is by car. An SUV such as Tata Sumo or similar will be provided for group transportation. The rest of the itinerary is hiking.

  1. What kind of shoes should I bring for a Trek in Kedarkantha?

Don’t wear ordinary sports shoes. Since you need good traction while hiking, choosing Woodland or Forclaz 500 shoes is recommended.

  1. What makes Kedarkantha a great beginner Trek?

The hiking trail to Kedarkantha is easy so beginners prefer. The path is not very steep, just a few ups and downs, beginners can enjoy. In addition, trekking poles facilitate walking even when the road is flooded with snow. This route has lush green plants and beautiful streams, as well as verdant valleys, maples, and pine forests, making for a scenic drive.

  1. I am the first timer. Should I go to Kedarkantha Trekking?

Yes, absolutely. The Kedarkantha hiking trail is considered easy to navigate, which means it is suitable for beginners. For beginners on a 6,400-foot trip, you have to travel at 12,500 feet, but the trail is not very steep and there are only a few ups and downs along the way. You walk approximately 56 hours a day, even for amateurs, this is considered a regular walking speed and is accompanied by a professional guide. Beautiful snow-capped roads and mountains welcome you along the way, making the long drive well worth it.

  1. Kedarkantha Is it easy to Trek in winter?

Yes, Kedarkantha Trek is considered a simple way, which is why most of the beginners choose it. Snowy roads and dense forests are easy to pass except  

  1. What is the climate like in Kodakanta in December?

In December , Kedarkantha’s climate is between 15°C and 5°C. At an altitude of 12,500 feet, the temperature decreases as it rises and the wind becomes colder. There is also a good opportunity to experience snow when hiking in December.

  1. Why plan the Kedarkantha Trek in November?

The Kedarkantha Trek is best enjoyed in November because the weather is nice and not spooky. Clear skies most likely won’t ruin your trip, and camping will be easier when the weather is nice. In November, the famous JudaKaTalab will not freeze and you can enjoy the incomparable scenery of the lake against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains.

  1. What is the weather like in Kedarkantha in october?

Kedarkantha The weather in October is very pleasant, you can enjoy the magnificence of nature. The temperature is between 4 and 14 degrees Celsius, which means it is cold at night and warm during the day, suitable for hiking. Another great benefit of this month’s Kedarkantha Trek is that you can witness the contrast between the clear sky and the lush green of the highlands.

  1. What medicine should I bring before I go hiking in Kedarkantha?

Medical kits and equipment, including oxygen cylinders and oximeters, are available on the Kedarkantha trek, as well as a tour guide who’s been certified in first aid. For medical conditions or medications that you need to take on your trek, the same rule applies as well. Located in Uttarakhand, Kedarnath is a Hindu pilgrimage site and home to Lord Shiva’s Kedarnath Temple Kedarkantha, on the other hand, is a mountain peak in Uttarakhand that is well-known for its hiking. The distance between the two locations is approximately 100 kilometers.  

  1. Kedarkantha is safe In December?

Yes, December is a safe and exciting time to go on the Kedarkantha Trek. The temperature dropped from 15 degrees Celsius to 5 degrees Celsius in just a matter of minutes after the storm hit. The cold wind will test you every minute at a height of 12,500 feet and provide you with an unforgettable experience.

  1. Can we visit the kedarkantha trek in August?

The Kedarkantha trek is absolutely doable during the month of August, as the area will provide you with plenty of showers. Even though the long journey will be challenging, it will also be one of the best times to have a real adventure. –

2 reviews for Kedarkantha Trek with Camping in Winters 2021, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

  1. Janhavi Bohra

    The kedarkantha trek was a wonderful experience. Arjun and his team are fantastic, and the meal they serve is delicious. The campsites were perfect, and we had a great time. Keep up the good work  Jannattrips

  2. Divyansh Agarwal

    This was the best trek I did, Never thought this type of place exist in India. Thankyou Jannattrips for taking care of all the things perfectly .

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