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Rishikesh – Kedarnath – Badrinath – Rishikesh

The Do Dham is also  popular Uttarakhand shrine visit, which is the combination of Kedarnath and Badrinath temples. It is customary to visit Kedarnath temple first followed by Badrinath temple. For Keadarnath, the helicopter service is also available which is generally preferred by elder people. The services are from many places like Phata, Rampur etc. For Badrinath, there is direct motor road till Badrinath.

Rishikesh to Sri Kedarnath: 226 km

KedarnathFor detail journey, please click 

Rishikesh to Sone prayag              204 kms. Motorable

Soneprayag to Sri Kedarnath        22 kms. Trek.

From Rishikesh, the road to Sri Kedarnath goes along the banks of the Ganga for nearly 33 km until it reaches Biasi.


Sri Kedarnath to Sri Badrinath: 2 routes

BadrinathIt is a wonderful feeling to be at Kedarnath, and more so on a clear day.  One is spell bound and charmed by the beauty of nature and is lifted spiritually high by the divine touch, which in Kedarnath is felt every where.  When the weather is pleasant, the temptation of another day at Kedarnath is always there. But weather at high altitudes is very uncertain and if it goes wrong, the shivering pilgrims would like to make their way out fast.  While going from Sri Kedarnath to Sri Badrinath, it is necessary to return upto Kund, where the road bifurcates, one via Rudraprayag and the other via Chopta.  These roads meet further on at Chamoli.

Route One: Kund – Rudraprayag – Chamoli- Sri Badrinath – 243 km, for detail journey, please click                            

Route two: Kund- Ukhimath – Chopta – Chamoli – Sri Badrinath – 230 km, for detail journey, please click

The first route going along the Mandakini river up to Rudra Prayag and then along the Alaknanda valley is the main road from Rishikesh to Sri Badrinath.  During yatra season it becomes crowded but remains popular. The second route is full of Himalayan excitements and goes through the lush green meadows and forests of Chopta region and offers the visitors the real thrill of a high altitude drive.

Sri Kedarnath to Sri Badrinath via Rudraprayag: 246 km

For detail journey, please click

Sri Kedarnath to Soneprayag            22 km trek

Soneprayag to Sri Badrinath              224 km motorable

Sri Badrinath to Rishikesh                  298 km motorable


Snowbound  (November-March)
Pleasant (April-November)
Monsoon (July-September)

 Best Season May to June and September to October

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The Char Dhams of Uttarakhand