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Kedarkantha is a Prominent winter and summer trek in Garhwal Himalayan region at an elevation of 3,800m in Govind Wildlife Sanctuary of Uttarkashi District. When it comes to trekking in India in winter, the Kedarkantha trek would be your best bet. With falling winter snow it’s a mesmerizing pictorial view and what’s more attractive, is the view of the Mighty Himalayas from the trails right to the top. The beautiful forest clearings and celestial meadows of Kedarkantha are incomparable. Such idyllic settings are hard to find but this trek offers the best places to camp. One of the best camping spot is “JudaKaTalab” it is a wide clearing amidst forest. On this trek you can explore the culture and tradition which people follow in Himalayan villages. The sights are spectacular with amazing 360 degree views of Swargarohini – I, II, III (6300 meter) Bandar poonch peak (6316 meters) and Black peak (6387 meter) all together. One can also see Rupin & Supin valley, Baraadsar range, Kanasar Lake, Phulara ridge, Bali Pass and Sarutal.
Altitude we are going to cover
For Dehradun to Delhi travel, participants have two options to choose.
Option 1 – Take a train to Delhi on the same day (17th Jan, 10pm) we reach at Dehradun. Train will reach at Delhi at 5am on 18th Jan 2020.
Option 2 – Take a train to Delhi on 18th Jan, 10pm. Participant can use the spare time from 17th Evening to 18th night to explore Dehradun and nearby area. The added cost of this additional Day and travel expenses should be taken care by participant. Train tickets will be provided from Dehradun to Delhi only.
Train will reach at Delhi at 5am on 19th Jan 2020.
Vehicles will be arranged from Dehradun Railway Station Pickup and Drop Tempo Traveller 13+ D or non ac taxi.
Note: Reaching at Delhi and Dehradun Railway Station is participant’s responsibility. We will not responsible if participant misses train.
ATM Point & Mobile connectivity
ATM POINT: Withdraw money before your journey, Purola is the last point where you will find ATM.
(If you want to withdraw money then do it in Dehradun.)
Mobile Connectivity: There will be no networks during the trek, in Purola your device will receive the networks and at Sankri only Vodafone and BSNL signals are there but you cannot rely on the connectivity because the signal strength is not good. So make sure you finish all your important work and calls before starting of the trek.
Our camp leaders will conduct routine health checks at all camps to measure oxygen saturation, blood pressure. Camp leader reserves the right to exclude any trekker from climbing higher on the trek without refund if the trekker’s vital readings are below accepted norms for that altitude. These norms are available with our camp leaders. Your trek leader will also be carrying medical kit which includes basic first aid and high-altitude sickness medicines and will also be carrying an oxygen cylinder throughout the trek.
Route change/postponement/delay/completing the trek earlier
Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage.
Separate toilet tents for gents and ladies will be pitched at every campsite. Do not carry sanitary napkins or wet wipes since these are not biodegradable. If you do happen to use wet wipes to clean up after a trek, make sure you bring them back with you.
We are not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/equipment or other belongings on the trek.
Drinking and smoking:
Smoking and drinking are strictly prohibited. Buying drugs or any illegal material is strictly prohibited, the participant will be detained and handed over to government authority.