Kedarkantha peak is situated in a beautiful mountain peak of the Himalayan range in Uttarakhand and is easily accessible at any time of the year but is one of the most preferred winter treks in India. Located within Govind National Park, the Sankri to Kedarkantha trek is embraced with a wide variety of flora and fauna. The elevation is at an altitude of 3850m above sea level and on reaching the summit you will get a full 360-degree beautiful view of godly peaks of Uttarakhand like the Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Black peak, Ranglana among the Yamunotri and Gangotri ranges
Lord Shiva is considered the supreme God in Hinduism. He is also often called Mahadev (The God of divine beings). It is believed that he is the destroyer and transformer of the universe. As per the legends, he is believed to be the God of mercy and kindness and therefore is also called ‘Bhole Baba’. Kedarnath is one of the four pioneers of the ‘Char Dham Yatra’, a pilgrimage, that every Hindu should do once in a lifetime. Kedarnath is also amongst the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva. The word ‘Kedar; means fields and ‘Nath’ means the Lord, meaning ‘Master of Fields’. It is located at 253 km from Rishikesh in the Garhwal Himalayan Extend of Uttarakhand.
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