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The Kedarkantha trek is situated among the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand. The trek is a 6 days/5 nights event and is stapled with a difficulty level of easy. The maximum altitude reached in the Kedarkantha trek is a height of 3,850 meters with total trekking distance of 36 kilometers covered. One of the advantages of the this trek is its accessibility all year round. The trip will begin in Dehradun, from where a 10 hour drive will commence to Sankri. Sankri will be the initial point of trekking towards Kedarkantha. Moving forward, the trek will cover Juda ka Talaab where some time will be spent to acclimatize to the weather conditions. Finally, the last ascent is made to Kedarkantha Base.

Kedarkantha summit standing 3,850 meters tall provides a breathtaking view of the majestic Himalayas and the supporting vegetation. Moving through the Govind National Park, one would get an unforgettable view of a variety of Himalayan peaks while witnessing the sunset against these snow capped mountains. The Kedarkantha trek will also involve a great camping experience among pine trees, beside ponds and in the midst of scenery like no other. The trek lined with snow filled peaks, the Kedarkantha summit will be a great addition to one's achievements can be conducted by all who are determined enough!

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Kedarkantha Trek

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. AMS is a definite risk when trekking in the Himalayas. Usually people are at risk at altitudes above 9000ft. Most of the Himalayan treks go beyond this altitude. So all precautions need to be taken for sure.

It really depends on where you are trekking. Eg: in the western ghats of karnataka, you are likely to find spotted deer, sambar, Indian Gaur or Bison, some places elephants, variety of snakes, leopards, wild boars, etc. In Bandipur national park, you could spot a tiger too if you are lucky. In the himalayas you could spot Ibex, blue sheep or even a snow leopard!!

You can probably use trailgaiters. You can find more information about them here: http://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/gaiters.html

Definitely not advisable. Entering a forest without permission is a non-bailable offence. You could get lucky and get away with just a warning if you feign ignorance, but you are still breaking the law. My suggestion, ask for permits. Sometimes the forest officers are quite friendly.