Chardham Yatra Route Map
chardham yatra route map

Today we are going to discuss the Chardham Yatra Route Map which is kind of very important for an individual who is planning to visit the Chardham.

Kedarnath

Kedarnath is situated in the Rudra Himalayas range which is also known as ‘’Panch Parvat’’. Kedarnath is 3584 meters above the sea level and it is famous because of the Kedarnath temple. It opens for the devotees from 6 am to 2 pm and from 5 pm to 8 pm.

Kedarnath route map

Haridwar-Rishikesh-Devprayag- Srinagar-Rudraprayag-Agastmuni- Sonprayag-Gauri Kund- Kedarnath

The routes are in good condition. The roads are well constructed. The new route of Kedarnath temple is constructed by NIM team members.

Bus route from- Every half hour buses go to Haridwar which takes 8 hours to reach Sonprayag. The booking throughGMOA (Garhwal Mandal owner association).The distance is 240 km from Haridwar. The bus journey will be very beautiful because of the view of the Mountains. On the way, the Tourist can enjoy the

5 Km below from Gaurikund in Sonprayag, there are jeeps available to reach Gaurikund. When you reach Gaurikund there is a steep 16km trek from Gaurikund.

For trekking, you can hire horses and palanquins. If you want to visit famous places in Kedarnath after the Darshan, taxi, cars are also available here any time.

Places nearby Kedarnath to visit

Gauri Kund

Sonprayag

Chopta

Vasuki Tal

Kedarnath route by road

Kedarnath connects to major cities

Rishikesh(216)

Haridwar(240)

Badrinath(212)

Tehri(180)

Pauri(200)

Chandigarh 410)

Delhi (450)

Badrinath

Badrinath is located at an altitude of 3133 Meters above sea level which is enclosed by two mountains which are Nar and Narayan. The Badrinath temple is famous or sacred. It opens in the month of April –may and closes in November.

How to reach Badrinath by road

The roads of Badrinath are fully constructed and decently connected with the cities.

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Joshimath-Vishnuprayag-Pandukeshwar-Badrinath(323 km)

You can reach Badrinath easily by road.there are easily bus available to reach Badrinath from Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Delhi. Regular buses are available from Haridwar to Badrinath in the morning and the road is very narrow of Badrinath so after dawn buses are not permitted on the road so if any case you miss the bus you have to stay at Rudraprayag, Chamoli, and Joshimath and in the morning you can take the bus for Badrinath.

Places Nearby Badrinath

Auli

Neelkanth

Alkapuri

Joshimath

Yamunotri Dham

Yamunotri is located at the center from where the Yamuna river starts to flow. Yamunotri is also known as the seat of the Goddess Yamuna. Yamunotri is at height of 3,293m from the sea level. You can also visit waterfalls here.

Yamunotri Dham route by road

The best route to reach Yamunotri Dham or temple is from Dehradun and Barkot. Yamunotri is well connected to cities like Haridwar, Hanuman Chatti, Janki Chatti and Dehradun. The people who live in Delhi from ISBT Kashmiri Gate, you would easily get buses to reach Rishikesh and from Rishikesh to Hanuman Chatti.

Rishikesh – Narendranagar (16 km) – Chamab (46 km) – Brahmkhal (15 km) – Barkot (40 km) – SayanaChatti (27 km) – HanumanChatti (6 km) – Phool Chatti (5 km) – Janki Chatti (3 km) – Yamunotri (6 km)

When you reached Hanuman Chatti, from where you can take hire the

Jeep to reach Phool Chatti

Then trek for Janki chatty around 5 km

And then again a trek of 8 km will take you to Yamunotri Temple

Gangotri Dham

Gangotri Dham is situated in a district of Uttarakhand and Gangotri is located on the bank of river Bhagirathi. Gangotri is more than 3100 meters from the sea level. The Gangotri is the starting point of Ganga river

Gangotri Dham route by road

Gangotri Dham roads are well connected to cities. It is 300 km from Dehradun, and 105 km from Uttarkashi, 250 km from Rishikesh bus services are available of Samyukt Rotation Yatayat that connects Gangotri with many major centers in the region like Haridwar, Rishikesh, Tehri, Uttarkashi etc.

 

 

 

 

 

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