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Kedarkantha Trek

Kedarkantha Trek

  • 5 Days / 4 Nights
  • Group : 8-15 People
  • Guided Trek
  • Difficulty : Easy
  • Start: Dehradun
  • Altitude
    Max Altitude: 3,810 m

Kedarkantha Trek, nestled in the snow-covered fringes of Uttarakhand, India, is an enchanting winter trail that every trekking enthusiast should add to their bucket list. Boasting an altitude of 12,500 feet, this trek refreshes travelers with its mesmerizing views of frosted peaks, verdant meadows, and expansive forests, creating a heavenly canvas that captivates and challenges in equal measure.

The journey to Kedarkantha begins in a small village named Sankri, where the tranquil ambiance sets the tone for the adventure that lies ahead. As trekkers ascend, they traverse through lush green pine forests, their path occasionally crossed by playful streams, leading to the magical campsite amidst a carpet of white snow at Juda Ka Talab.

The trek is not merely a physical journey, but also an immersion in local culture. The warm and hospitable locals add a charming dimension to this high-altitude trek. The stories they share about the region, its folklore, and traditions, enrich the overall experience by providing a cultural context to the stunning natural beauty.

In the silent tranquility of the night, the sky morphs into a breathtaking spectacle, with countless stars strewn across the inky black canvas. The experience of stargazing here, far away from the city’s hustle and pollution, is an unforgettable one.

The final climb to the Kedarkantha peak is challenging, but the panoramic view of the majestic Himalayan range from the summit is a sight for sore eyes. The sense of achievement, coupled with the awe-inspiring vista, makes every step of this strenuous journey worth it.

The Kedarkantha Trek is a blend of adventure, beauty, and cultural exploration, making it a perfect escape for those seeking to break away from the monotony of city life. It offers a unique opportunity to embrace the raw beauty of nature, test one’s physical endurance, and delve deep into the cultural heritage of the Himalayan region.

Departure & Return Location

Dehradun I.S.B.T (Google Map)

Departure Time

7 A.M

Price Includes

  • Free Customised T-Shirt
  • Activity: Trekking, Camping, etc
  • Accommodation during Trek (Camping)
  • Meals during Trek (Veg): Morning bed tea, Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner, Hot Bournvita at night, and Yummy Desserts
  • All season Camping tents on twin/triple sharing basis, Sleeping bags with adequate sub-zero temperature rating, comfortable mattress
  • Safety Equipment includes static rescue rope, seat harness, carabiners, pulleys, ice-axe, micro-spikes, slings
  • Forest Permits/Camping Charges/Permits, Trek Permit Fee/IMF Permission – up to the amount charged for Indian Nationals.
  • Mountaineering course certified Trek Leader with First Aid knowledge
  • Experienced Local guide, cook, helpers
  • Porters or mules for carrying common luggage
  • Exhaustive First Aid kit including portable oxygen cylinder, oximeter

Price Excludes

  • Meals during the road journey
  • Any expenses of personal nature
  • Mules or porter to carry personal luggage. (extra luggage, if any can be left at the base camp with the authorities)
  • Cost Escalation due to natural reasons
  • Any expense not specified in the inclusion list
What to Expect
  • Sankri VillageThe journey to Kedarkantha commences from the humble hamlet of Sankri. Enveloped in tranquility, the village's rustic charm is a perfect appetizer for the enthralling experience ahead. Its scenic beauty, complemented by the warm hospitality of the locals, offers a soothing retreat before the challenging climb.
  • Juda Ka Talab Campsite:Nestled amidst a carpet of snow, Juda Ka Talab campsite is a magical spot that captivates trekkers with its serene beauty. The sun setting behind the mountains turns the sky into a vibrant canvas of hues, offering a mesmerizing spectacle.
  • Cultural ImmersionEngaging with the locals enriches the trekking experience, adding a cultural dimension to the journey. The heartwarming stories they share about the region's folklore and traditions provide a deep cultural context, making the journey more than just a physical climb.
  • Stargazing at NightThe night sky at Kedarkantha, free from the city's light pollution, offers an astronomical spectacle. With countless stars adorning the inky black canvas, the experience of stargazing here is an unforgettable one.
  • Kedarkantha PeakThe final climb to Kedarkantha peak is rewarding in its own right. The breathtaking panoramic view of the majestic Himalayan range from the summit leaves trekkers awe-struck, making every step of the strenuous journey worth it.
  • Natural Beauty and AdventureThe Kedarkantha Trek is not just about reaching the summit. It's about embracing the raw beauty of nature, the verdant meadows, frosted peaks, and expansive forests. The thrilling adventure of traversing through rugged terrains to reach the top adds an adrenaline rush to the journey.
Kedarkantha Trek Itinerary

Day 1Dehradun to Sankri

Distance: 200 km
Time Taken: 10 hours (Drive)
Altitude: 1,950 m (6,400 ft)

The Kedarkantha Trek starts from the quaint little village Sankri. The drive from Dehradun to Sankri is a 200 km road journey through winding mountain roads. If you book transport with us, the vehicles will pick you up at Dehradun I.S.B.T at 7 am. You can expect to reach Sankri by evening.

We’ll be having breakfast at Kempty Falls, Mussoorie. We’ll drive through Mussoorie & other picturesque villages with the breathtaking view of the green hills and the vivid flora during this remarkable road journey. We’re going to drive along the banks of the River Tons, which later changes course to become the River Supin.

We’ll be having lunch at Purola, where you can enjoy the authentic cuisine of the region. We’ll reach the Sankri village by evening. Over the past few years, Sankri has become a bustling hub for trekkers because of the many treks situated in the area. 

The stay will be in a hotel/guest house and you can see a sensational view of the sunset in the valley. Your trek leader will brief you properly about all the details of the trek, and dinner will be served. 

Day 2Sankri to Juda Ka Taal campsite

Distance: 4 km
Time Taken: 4 hours 
Altitude: 2,774 m (9,100 ft)

We’ll be starting our trek early morning after a healthy breakfast. As soon as we start walking on the trail, the Kedarkantha trail will get you into the serene forest of tall pines. The magic of this trail starts to unveil as you climb higher and witness the mesmerizing landscape.

You will start to find snow on this trail, depending on the season. In the peak winter season, you’ll find snow from the start of the trail. After trekking for a couple of hours, we’ll reach a Dhaba. We’ll rest and snack here. 

As you climb, the magnificent oak trees welcome you to the stunning campsite at Juda-Ka-Talab. There were two smaller lakes that are conjoined to form a larger lake, i.e. Juda-ka-Talab.

This will be the campsite for the night. As we reach, we’ll have a cool-down session and relax with a hot cup of tea. 

Day 3Juda Ka Taal to Kedarkantha Base Camp

Distance: 3.5 km
Time Taken: 3 hours 
Altitude: 3,429 m (11,250 ft)

Today we will be trekking to the Kedarkantha Base Camp. We’ll be trekking through dense pine forests and meadows. The climb begins steeply from the Juda Ka Taal campsite and then turns into a gradual ascent towards the Kedarkantha Base Camp. On the trail, you can get a 180-degree view of the snow-capped Kedarkantha Summit. We will be trekking for approx. 3 hours.

This short day is to provide your body with the much-needed rest before the much-anticipated summit day. This day will also help you naturally acclimatize to the high altitude so make sure to keep your body hydrated and eat nutritious food. 

We will be having an early dinner and retiring for the night after a short briefing session about the summit day. We will be starting the trek to Kedarkantha Peak at 3 in the night. 

Day 4Trek to Kedarkantha Peak & back to Hargaon

Distance: 9 km
Time Taken: 7 hours 
Altitude: 3,810 m (12,500 ft)

This day is going to be the hardest and most adventurous day of the trek. We’ll be getting ready with all the necessary equipment for the trek to the Kedarkantha summit and start around 3 am. This day is sure to be cold so be prepared to experience the wind chills on the way to the summit. We will be aiming to reach the summit by sunrise to get the best views of the sun rays hitting the snow-capped peaks all around us.  

On the way to the summit, you leave behind the forests. The trail and the scenery are sure to enchant you. As we near the summit, the views will start to open up and will motivate you to keep you going. Once you reach the summit, a complete 360 view of the Himalayas will reveal itself.  There is a Lord Shiva temple at the summit.

From here, you can see the Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch mountains. You can also see the Gangotri ranges, Yamunotri ranges and also notice the Chanshal pass and the Kinner Kailash ranges.

After spending some time at the summit, we will start to descent back to the base camp. We’ll have hot lunch at the Kedarkantha Base Camp and later descend to Hargaon campsite while enjoying the beauty of the mountain and rest.

Day 5Hargaon to Sankri & Drive to Dehradun

Distance: 6 km
Time Taken: 4 hours 
Altitude: 1,950 m (6,400 ft)

After having an early breakfast, we will start descending back to the Sankri village. In peak winters, the trail may have verglas and may be slippery. So, you will need to be very careful to avoid any slips, falls, and injuries.

Once we reach Sankri, your transport will be ready and waiting to take you back to Dehradun. You can expect to reach Dehradun by 9 PM. The cab will drop you at ISBT Dehradun.

It is time to bid adieu to your trek mates and go our own ways with a lot of wonderful memories and memorable experiences. 

Kedarkantha Trek Route Map

Peaks Visible From Kedarkantha

Best Time To Visit Kedarkantha

Kedarkantha Trek Temperature & Weather

The best time to visit the Kedarkantha trek depends on the kind of trekking experience you’re seeking.

Winter Season (December to February)
For those seeking a winter wonderland experience, the Kedarkantha trek is best done during winter. The trails are covered in snow, and the surrounding forests and meadows are blanketed in white. The trek is typically open from December to February, and it’s the perfect opportunity for snow lovers to experience the best of winter landscapes in the Himalayas. However, be prepared to bear extremely cold temperatures, especially during the night. A good quality cold-weather sleeping bag, warm clothing, and a good pair of trekking shoes are a must-have this season.

Spring Season (March to April)
The spring season is an excellent time to visit Kedarkantha as the days become warmer and the snow begins to melt, making it easier to trek without enduring freezing temperatures. The trekking routes are less crowded, making them ideal for those seeking a peaceful experience amidst nature. The blossom season starts in mid-March, transforming the landscape into a paradise. The month of April is also perfect for birdwatchers, as the Himalayan birds migrate to these regions during this time.

Summer Season (May to June)
The summer season is when the trek is relatively easy and can be completed in just 3-4 days. The weather is pleasant and therefore perfect for trekking enthusiasts. The melting snow creates beautiful streams and waterfalls, adding to the scenic beauty of the trail. However, do bear in mind that the trek will be crowded during this season as it coincides with the peak trekking season.

Kedarkantha Trek Photos
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is Kedarkantha Trek?

Kedarkantha Trek is a popular winter trek located in the Uttarakhand region of India, known for its captivating snow-covered landscapes. The trek offers a unique opportunity to reach a significant summit of 12,500 feet, unlike many other treks in the Himalayas that are typically passes or high points on a range.

The journey to Kedarkantha starts from Sankri village and takes about 4-5 days to complete. The trek is renowned for its breathtaking beauty, offering photographers perfect opportunities to capture magical scenes of snow falling from the pine trees.

The trek is considered one of the most alluring and comfortable treks in the Uttarakhand Himalayas, suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers. The trail takes you through dense forests of pine and oak trees, providing varying levels of challenges. As you ascend, you’ll be rewarded with stunning panoramic views of famous mountain peaks and ranges.

One of the highlights of this trek is the chance to catch the sunrise from the Kedarkantha summit. Trekkers usually start their ascent around 3 AM to ensure they reach the peak in time for this spectacular sight.

Despite its popularity as a winter trek, the Kedarkantha Trek can be undertaken all year round, with each season offering a unique experience and view of the landscape.

Where is the starting point of the Kedarkantha Trek?

The starting point of the Kedarkantha Trek is the village of Sankri in Uttarakhand, India. This quaint village, situated at an altitude of approximately 6,000 to 6,500 feet, serves as the basecamp for the trek.

How difficult is the Kedarkantha Trek?

The Kedarkantha Trek is typically classified as easy to moderate in terms of difficulty. This makes it suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers. The trek starts at an altitude of around 6,500 feet and reaches up to 12,500 feet over the course of three days.

While the trek has gradual ascents and descents, the uphill climb from the Kedarkantha base camp can be somewhat challenging. For first-timers, it’s considered a moderately difficult trek, but with a basic level of fitness, it can be accomplished fairly easily.

However, like any mountain trek, the Kedarkantha Trek does present its own set of challenges. It’s important for trekkers to be prepared physically and mentally. Regular stair climbing for at least one hour can be a beneficial exercise to prepare the legs for the grind.

Remember, the high altitude can also pose challenges such as altitude sickness, so proper acclimatization and hydration are crucial.

What is the altitude of the Kedarkantha peak?

The altitude of the Kedarkantha peak is approximately 12,500 feet or 3,800 meters.

What are the requirements for participation?

While the Kedarkantha Trek is considered easy and is often recommended for beginners, there are some general fitness requirements that can help ensure a smooth and enjoyable trekking experience:

  1. Cardiovascular Endurance: Trekking involves long hours of walking, often uphill, so a good level of cardiovascular fitness is beneficial. Regular cardio exercises like running, cycling, or swimming in the weeks leading up to the trek can help improve stamina.

  2. Strength Training: The trek can be physically demanding, requiring strength, particularly in your legs and core muscles. Incorporating strength training exercises into your fitness routine can help prepare your body for the trek.

  3. Flexibility: Flexibility can help prevent injuries during the trek. Regular stretching and yoga can help improve flexibility and balance.

  4. Altitude Sickness Preparation: The Kedarkantha peak is at an elevation of 12,500 feet. At such high altitudes, there’s a risk of altitude sickness. It’s important to acclimatize gradually and stay hydrated throughout the trek.

  5. Healthy Diet: A balanced diet rich in proteins, vitamins, and carbohydrates can help enhance your physical performance and recovery.

  6. Medical Checkup: Before embarking on the trek, it’s advisable to undergo a medical checkup to ensure you’re in good health.

Remember, everyone’s body responds differently to physical exertion and high altitudes. It’s important to listen to your body, take breaks when needed, and maintain a steady pace throughout the trek.

What kind of food will be available on this trek?

While on the Kedarkantha Trek, trekkers can expect a variety of nutritious and well-prepared meals to keep them energized throughout their journey. Here’s a general idea of what the food menu could look like:

  1. Breakfast: To start the day, trekkers can enjoy a hearty breakfast. This might include options like porridge, parathas, pancakes, poha, upma, bread with butter/jam, and a hot beverage such as tea or coffee.

  2. Lunch: During the trekking hours, a packed lunch may be provided. This typically includes high-energy and easy-to-carry items like sandwiches, rolls, rice dishes, fruits, and juice.

  3. Evening Snacks: After reaching the campsite, trekkers can look forward to some warm snacks and a hot cup of tea or coffee. This could include biscuits, popcorn, and pasta. or pakoras.

  4. Dinner: A wholesome dinner is crucial after a day of trekking. Expect a meal comprising of a soup starter followed by a main course of rice, roti (Indian bread), lentils (dal), a vegetable dish, and a dessert like kheer or halwa.

  5. Water: Clean drinking water will be provided throughout the trek. It’s important to stay hydrated, especially at high altitudes.

  6. Special Dietary Requirements: If trekkers have any special dietary requirements or allergies, they should inform us in advance so appropriate arrangements can be made.

Remember, the exact menu may vary based on the resources available and the day of the trek. Rest assured, our team ensures that all meals provided are nutritious and fulfilling, designed to replenish energy levels for the trekking adventure ahead.

What kind of accommodation will I get on Kedarkantha Trek?

Accommodation during the Kedarkantha Trek generally consists of tents, guest houses, or homestays, depending on the stage of the trek. Here’s what you can expect:

  1. Tents: The majority of the accommodation during the trek will be in high-quality camping tents. These tents are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and are typically shared between two or three trekkers.

  2. Guest Houses: At the beginning and end of the trek, accommodation might be provided in guest houses. These are simple establishments that provide basic amenities.

  3. Homestays: In some cases, especially in the villages at the start and end of the trek, you might stay in local homestays. This can offer a unique opportunity to experience local culture and hospitality.

  4. Facilities: Basic facilities such as sleeping bags, mattresses, and toilet tents will be provided during the camping part of the trek.

Please note that the exact type of accommodation can vary based on the trekking package selected and the specific itinerary.

Are there any medical facilities available on this trek?

Medical facilities are not readily available on the Kedarkantha Trek due to its remote nature. However, Advenchar prioritizes safety measures and provides first aid kits and basic medical supplies for emergencies. It’s also advised that trekkers carry their own personal first aid kit, especially if they have specific medical needs.

In case of serious emergencies, evacuation to nearby towns with medical facilities would be arranged. The nearest major town with medical facilities is Dehradun, which is approximately a 6-7 hour drive from Sankri, the starting point of the trek.

It’s important for trekkers to understand that high-altitude treks can present unique health challenges, such as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), and it’s essential to be properly acclimatized and physically prepared.

What should I pack for the Kedarkantha Trek?

When packing for the Kedarkantha Trek, you should consider the challenging terrain and varying weather conditions. Here’s a recommended packing list:

  1. Clothing: Pack thermal innerwear, multiple layers of clothing (preferably quick-dry and moisture-wicking materials), a heavy jacket for cold nights, waterproof and windproof outer layers, and extra socks.

  2. Footwear: Waterproof trekking shoes with good traction are essential. You might also want to bring comfortable shoes or slippers for the campsite.

  3. Accessories: Bring a sun cap, sunglasses, gloves, and a scarf or balaclava for protection against harsh sun and cold winds.

  4. Gear: A sturdy backpack with a rain cover, a water bottle, a headlamp or torch with extra batteries, and trekking poles can be handy.

  5. Medicines: Carry a basic first aid kit with band-aids, antiseptic creams, painkillers, and any personal medication. Also, consider bringing altitude sickness tablets and ORS packets.

  6. Food: Energy bars, dried fruits, nuts, and other high-energy snacks are good for keeping your energy levels up during the trek.

  7. Documents: Carry ID proof (both original and photocopy), and any necessary permits or forms required for the trek.

  8. Miscellaneous: Sunscreen, lip balm, wet wipes, sanitizer, toilet paper, and a portable charger can also be useful.

Remember, it’s important to pack light and only carry what’s necessary, as you’ll be carrying your own backpack during the trek.

You can find the detailed packing guide and list here.

How to prepare for Kedarkantha Trek?

Preparing for the Kedarkantha Trek involves physical training, acquiring necessary gear, and mental preparation. Here are some tips:

Physical Preparation:

  1. Cardiovascular Training: Regular exercises such as running, jogging, swimming, and cycling can help improve your stamina and lung capacity.
  2. Strength Training: Focus on strengthening your legs as they will bear the brunt of the trek. Include exercises like squats, lunges, and step-ups in your routine.
  3. Altitude Training: If possible, try to increase the incline on a treadmill by 1-2% and gradually increase it by 2-5% as you near the day of the trek.
  4. Hydration: Hydrate yourself with at least 5-6 liters of water a day, starting from the time you wake up.

Gear Preparation:

  1. Required Gear: Equip yourself with necessary trekking gear like sturdy shoes, warm clothing, sunglasses, sunscreen, a sturdy backpack, etc.
  2. Documents: Carry original and photocopy of government photo identification card. Foreigners need a passport.

Mental Preparation:

  1. Acclimatization: Understand the symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) and learn how to cope with it.
  2. Rest: While trekking, avoid taking rest by sitting; rest while standing as your body needs to acclimate to the changing altitude.

Dietary Considerations:

  1. Healthy Eating: Maintain a balanced diet, which will help increase your stamina.
  2. Minimal Waste: Avoid taking food items that generate waste.

Remember, preparation is vital to having a successful and enjoyable trek.

Can I do the Kedarkantha Trek solo?

While it is technically possible to do the Kedarkantha Trek solo, it’s not generally recommended for a few reasons:

  1. Safety: Trekking in the Himalayas can present a variety of challenges, including unpredictable weather, difficult terrain, and the risk of altitude sickness. Having a group or a guide with you can help manage these risks.

  2. Logistics: Organizing transportation, food, and accommodation can be easier with a trekking group or company. Additionally, certain permits may be required for the trek, which is typically arranged by trekking companies.

  3. Emergencies: In case of emergencies, being alone can be dangerous. It’s safer to have others around who can provide assistance or seek help if necessary.

  4. Route Finding: Even though the trail is well-marked, there are chances of getting lost especially if it’s your first time. A guide can ensure you stay on the right path.

If you’re an experienced trekker and still wish to go solo, make sure you’re well prepared: carry a detailed map, a compass, and a first-aid kit; inform someone about your plans and expected return date; and carry enough food, water, and warm clothing.

However, joining a guided trek can offer a safer and potentially more enjoyable experience, as it allows you to focus on the trek itself without having to worry too much about logistics and safety precautions.

What wildlife can I see during the Kedarkantha Trek?

During the Kedarkantha Trek, you may encounter a variety of wildlife species. The trek is located within the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, which is known for its rich biodiversity.

  1. Snow Leopards: One of the most exciting wildlife encounters on the Kedarkantha trekking route is the chance to spot the elusive snow leopard.

  2. Leopards and Black Bears: Other large mammals in the area include leopards and black bears.

  3. Himalayan Thar and Musk Deer: You might also spot Himalayan Thar and musk deer during your trek.

  4. Langoor: Langoors are another common sight in this region.

  5. Birds: The sanctuary is home to a variety of bird species, making it a great spot for bird-watching.

Remember that spotting wildlife can be a matter of luck and patience. Always maintain a safe distance from animals and avoid disturbing them.

What kind of weather can I expect during the Kedarkantha Trek?

The weather during the Kedarkantha Trek can vary greatly depending on the time of year you choose to undertake the trek.

Winter (December, January, February, and March): Kedarkantha remains cold throughout the winter months. The temperature during winter ranges from 13-18 degrees Celsius during the day to as low as -7 degrees Celsius during the night. In December, temperatures can range from 0 degrees to minus 10 degrees Celsius after sunset. Snowfall and frost is a common occurrence during these months.

Spring (April to June): During this season, the weather is generally pleasant with warm sunny days. However, the nights can still be quite chilly.

Monsoon (July to September): The region experiences rainfall during these months, which can make the trek more challenging due to slippery paths. However, the landscape turns lush green and is quite beautiful.

Autumn (October to November): In October, the landscape changes hue from green to brown and snowfall is rare. The weather is generally pleasant with warm sunny days and cool breezy evenings.

Regardless of the time of year, it’s always recommended to check the current weather forecast before embarking on your trek to ensure you’re adequately prepared for the conditions.

Is there mobile connectivity during the Kedarkantha Trek?

During the Kedarkantha Trek, mobile connectivity is generally sparse. Here’s what you can expect:

  • In Purola and Sankri, you may receive some network signals.
  • In Sankri, only BSNL, Vodafone, and JIO networks might be available.
  • As you go higher on the trek, there are usually no networks available.

It’s recommended to inform your family and friends about the lack of connectivity during the trek. You might want to make any necessary calls or send messages when you’re in areas with coverage.

What are the emergency facilities available during the Kedarkantha Trek?

Emergency facilities during the Kedarkantha Trek are essential to ensure the safety and well-being of trekkers. Here’s what you can typically expect:

  1. Emergency Evacuation: In case of severe illness or injury, arrangements are made to transfer the affected individual back to the nearest road, often with the help of a stretcher.

  2. First Aid: Trek leaders and guides are trained in basic first aid and carry a first aid kit for minor injuries or illnesses.

  3. Emergency Contacts: Share your trek operator’s contact with your family and friends.

  4. Communication Devices: Since mobile network coverage is sparse, trek leaders often carry walkie-talkies for emergency communications.

  5. High-Altitude Medical Kits: We carry medical kits designed for high-altitude sickness, which include oxygen cylinders and medicines.

  6. Experienced Guides: Guides experienced in high-altitude trekking can recognize early signs of altitude sickness or other potential problems, ensuring timely intervention.

Consider getting travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking.

How do I get to the starting point of the Kedarkantha Trek?

To reach the starting point of the Kedarkantha Trek, you will first need to get to Dehradun, which is the nearest major city. Here are the options on how to reach Dehradun:

  1. By Flight: You can take a flight to Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun from major cities in India.

  2. By Train: There are regular trains from Delhi and other major cities to Dehradun.

From Dehradun, you need to travel to Sankri, which is the starting point of the Kedarkantha Trek.

  • By Road: You can hire a private taxi or take a shared cab from Dehradun to Sankri. The distance is about 200 kilometers and the journey usually takes around 8 to 10 hours.

Please note that it’s advisable to arrive in Dehradun a day before your trek begins due to the long drive to Sankri.

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Rishi Raghav
August 10, 2023.
We were a group of 9 to trek to the Kashmir Great Lakes with Advenchar in the first week of August, 2023. Swena was kind enough to accommodate us at the last minute since our trek to Tarsar Marsar was cancelled at the last minute with another company. Being a small group, we were able to start early in the morning, cover the hard sections before the sun came up & reach the campsite well before the evening rains. We were guided by Neil from Advenchar through the trek who is as well versed with the mountains as one can possibly get. The local Kashmiri team fed us to our hearts content. Bajjis, gulab jamoons, soup, kawa, sooji ka halwa was what I relished the most during the evening snacks. Mountain stories from Neil, crystal clear weather during the trek, the camaraderie among the co-trekkers & the ever helpful team made the pretty pretty KGL trek all the more memorable. Only disappointment was the trash at Vishnusar & Ganagabal campsites. Wished we had camped further away at these 2 sites. But the remaining 4 campsites were clean & beautiful. I would definitely do my next trek with Advenchar! Thank you for such a wonderful & beautiful experience!
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Sheryl -
August 6, 2023.
It is my first time trekking in India & I chose Advenchar for their positive reviews & small batch sizes. The team also patiently answered the many, many questions I had & were always available. True enough, I had a great & smooth experience with the KGL trek. The guides & helpers were experienced, knowledgeable & helpful. The trek timings were well planned; we often set off earlier & managed to avoid the rain. The food was delicious, varied & planned according to the trek. The tents were of high quality, withstanding the evening rain. Overall, I would recommend Advenchar, a huge thanks to them for everything. 🙂
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August 5, 2023.
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karthik b
August 5, 2023.
This is my 1st trek with Advenchar. I really enjoyed the KGL Trek . Team Advenchar is focused on their small groups to deliver good experience for the trek enthusiasts. Kudos to team Advenchar.
KIran SHarma
KIran SHarma
August 5, 2023.
Like always Advenchar is the best. Srinagar to Srinagar it was a great experience to be a part of KGL trek. Hospitality is up to the mark. Overall we had a great time. Looking forward for more treks with Advenchar. Thank you for this memorable trek team Advenchar 😍.
Sid Malo
Sid Malo
June 13, 2023.
June 8, 2023.
Excellent experience Amazing team. Keep the hardwork going. 👌🎊
Sukriti Dilwaria
Sukriti Dilwaria
June 7, 2023.
It was my first trek, and I have to say, it was one of the best experiences I've ever had. The team was extremely professional and particular in their conduct and the trek was properly organised and executed.
Husain Nasir
Husain Nasir
June 7, 2023.
The staff is amazing right from the owner to the cook and other helpers. Would highly advise to let the client have an option of changing their trek in case the intended trekking destination is experiencing harsh weather.
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