If you are planning to go to Kedarnath, then explore these beautiful nearby places also

Travel News: From Kedarnath to Yamunotri, Gangotri, the doors have opened. With this, people will set out to visit this religious place. But do you know that there is much more around this temple of Lord Shiva Shankar situated in the high peaks of the Himalayas. Without seeing which this entire journey will remain incomplete. So let us know that during your trip to Kedarnath Dham, definitely enjoy visiting these places.

Trekking to Kedarnath starts from Gaurikund Dham itself. But don’t consider this place only as a starting point. Along with having two hot water ponds in Gaurikund, there is also a temple of Goddess Parvati. Which has been made since ancient times. There is a belief about this temple that Goddess Parvati meditated sitting on the rock here. So before starting the trek from Gaurikund, definitely visit this temple and the nearby hot pond.

Bhairavnath Temple
Bhairav Nath temple is built just at a distance of 1 kilometer from Kedarnath temple. To reach there one has to go through Gaurikund. After visiting Kedarnath temple, people definitely visit this temple. So this trip can remain incomplete without seeing the sights around Bhairavnath Temple.

Tungnath Temple
Tungnath temple is counted among the highest Shiva temples in the world. If you are going to visit Kedarnath, then definitely visit this temple. To reach there you can easily get a taxi or cab. The temple can be reached after a 3 km track. Tunganath temple is also called Third Kedarnath. After coming so far, people often visit this temple.

Chandrashila Track
The track from Gaurikund to Tunganath Temple is called Chandrashila Track. When you walk on it, you can see very beautiful views.

Vasuki Tal
After visiting Kedarnath, people often go on foot to see this pond. The 8 km trek is quite difficult as one cannot stay here at night and has to come back to Kedarnath temple. But by starting this trekking in the morning one can reach Vasuki Tal. From where the view of the icy Vasuki Tal is spectacular.

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