Rudranath Trek :

The hilly terrain of Rudranath is encircled with lakes (Kund) such as Sury Kund, Chandra Kund, Tara Kund, and Manas Kund. Rudranath gives you a mind-blowing experience of what natural beauty really looks like. Rudranath trek offers some of the most insane picturesque views of the mighty Himalayas. The dense forests, green meadows, and white snow-laden Himalayan peaks make Rudranath a place endowed with bewitching sceneries.

Rudranath holds religious significance in Hindu Religion. It is the temple of Lord Shiva. The temple is one of the five Kedars of the Hindu religion. The tranquility and serenity add more beauty to this place.

The Garhwal region of the Himalayas is enriched with dense forests, natural habitats, meadows, deep gorges and holy shrines. Kalpeshwar, Rudranath and Tunganath are amongst the 3 of the sacred and pious ‘Panch Kedars’ and are popular pilgrimage destinations among the Hindu devotees.

trekking in rudranath

The journey into the Himalayan paradise begins from the holy city of Rishikesh and as you climb new heights and reach your destination at Kalpeshwar, Rudranath and Tungnath, you experience the untouched rhododendron, oak and pine forests, lush meadows, tiny villages and towering mountains.

The chill in the air is compensated by the warmth and local hospitality that you receive on the way. Your restless adventurous soul finds respite in the rough terrains and camping grounds under the open sky as you wake up to unobstructed sun rays caressing the mighty Himalayan peaks.

The 12-day Kalpeshwar, Kalpeshwar Rudranath Trek is not only a test of your physical strength but also your mental frame and whether you are ready for the surprises that the tour has to offer.