No of Days
INR 7500/- Per Person Dehradun to Dehradun
6th Dec to 10th Dec 2023
11th Dec to 15th Dec 2023
8th Jan to 12th Jan 2024
21st Jan to 25th Jan 2024
26th Jan to 30th Jan 2024
About Kedarkantha Trek
Kedarkantha Trek is one of the classic gems of winter treks in the Himalayas. When it comes to trekking in India in winter, the Kedarkantha trek might be your best bet. With falling winter snow it’s an attractive pictorial view and what’s more attractive, is the view of the Mighty Himalayas from the trails right to the top lying at the altitude of 3,810 meters/ 12,500 feet. This trek is recommended for all adventure souls who like snow and High Mountains, irrespective of your experience. Beginners are more than welcome to go on this beautiful trek. This trek has the beautiful campsites in the Himalayas, where every site is unique in its own way and does not match the beauty with any other campsites in the journey. This summit is effortlessly accessible any time of the year and offers trekkers a different serene experience in different seasons. In the end, the trail leaves you at the best point of rocky snow included summit from wherein trekkers are rewarded with remarkable 360° bird’s eye views of DhaulaDhar ranges and Godly peaks like Swargarohini, Banderpooch, and Black Peak. This trek is highly recommended for the beginners, one has to accept the challenge of winter in Himalayas, and the temperature drop in the mountains in the winter months, rest the trekking trail is quite easy and enjoyable and highly recommended for the beginners. Temperature: In summer - Day time temperature: 8°C to 15°C and Night time temperature: 0°C to 7°C. In winter (December - January) - Day time temperature: -2°C to 5°C and Night time temperature: -12°C to -5°C.
Reporting at Dehradun(Railway station/Prince chowk). Drive to Sankri, the drive from Dehradun to Sankri is an enchanting hill drive of 8-9 hours stretching over 210Km ride via Mussoorie, Damta, Naugaon, Purola, Mori and Naitwar. You will see the beautiful valleys and forest cover throughout the journey. Sankri is a little village within the Uttarkashi district of Uttrakhand and the last road head to Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. Reaching Sankari by evening, briefing and registration to be completed by every trekkers and participants. Spend the evening time in Sankri. Overnight stay at Homestay/Hotel.
Sankri to Juda Ka Talab (4KM, 4Hr, Altitude 9,100 ft, .)
Today we start our trek from Sankri village to Juda Ka Talab will give you altitude rise of about 2700 ft., this is about 4-5 hours of the trek through the dense forest trees and the thick carpet of maple and pine leaves all brown in color and witness the captivating beauty of nature. The trail goes through Saud village and which is a mild climb. Juda Ka Talab campsite will be surrounded by tall pine and oak trees and mountain slopes. Camp here for an overnight stay, enjoy the serenity scattered around this place with evening sunset and glittering sunrise in the morning.
Juda Ka Talab to Kedarkantha Base Camp (4 KM, 3 Hr, 11,250 ft.)
Today’s trail is short and again begins through dense forests of pine and oak trees only and through the steep ridge and much more dense areas, it takes 2-3 hours to reach the open highlands below the summit. This is one of the greatest stretches in this trek as the natural
beauty is unbelievable and promises to depart behind an unforgettable reminiscence. As you move ahead into forest abruptly at the end forest trails you begin to see an extensive meadow
stretching in front of mighty Dhauladhar Ranges. This camping site has tremendous picturesque views and is the main highlight of the trek. You can roam around this place without any difficulty
and can soak all the fresh tidings of nature's gift. Camp here for overnight stay.
Kedarkantha Base Camp to Kedarkantha Summit (12,500 ft.) and descend to Hargaon ( 6KM, 5 Hr, 8,450 ft.)
It is a long day today, but the excitement of the journey and conquering the peak would be far greater and much more worthy in compared to the challenges that lay ahead for the visitors. The climb is steep however absolutely worthwhile and one with rewarding views. As soon as you move slowly dense forest trails surrounding by Pine trees start to disappear slowly. It takes about 2 hours to reach there. On the summit, you are surrounded by mountain valleys and
ranges. Panoramic sights of mighty Himalayas range mixed with dark blue and white clouds scattered like a painting sketched by nature just for you. You will see the Dhauladhar range, Chainsheel Pass, Har ki Dun valley and Rupin valley. Swargarohini also comes into view along
with Black Peak and Bandarpoonch. Some of the other peaks you see include Gangotri, Jaonti,Yamnotri, Jorkanden and Draupadi ka Danda. After spending some time on the top, you head back to the campsite, have lunch at a middle point of descending at the basecamp and head towards Hargaon. After a wonderful day, spend the night in tents.
Hargaon to Sankri (3KM, 2 Hr, Altitude 6,400 ft.) Departure to Dehradun.
Today is the last day of the trek and you will be heading towards Sankri from where it all started approximately 6 km long trail counting about 2-3 hours. After breakfast, we will descend through a more marked well-paved path, laden with stones. A trail further leads to a ridge from where you get an awesome view of Har Ki Dun valley. After reaching Sankri. The Cab will be arranged from Sankari to Dehradun.
Cost of accommodation in Huts/Hotels/Homestays and one night in Sankri
Cost of Fooding while on trek (Morning and evening Tea, Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner- meals will be provided. Breakfast-Roti, Sabji/Maggi, etc., Lunch/Dinner-Rice/Roti, Sabji, Dal, Achar, etc.).(Day 1:- Dinner to Day 5:- Breakfast)
Technical Camping equipments:- Tents(sharing basis), Sleeping Bag, Mattress, Utensils, Microspikes, Technical climbing equipments, Gaiters etc.
Guide,Support staff,cook, Supporting crew.
Cost of Permit fees.
Cost of transportation from Dehradun to Dehradun
"What not included"
Cost of Personal expenses.
Cost of emergency due to bad weather conditions.
Cost of personal porter for offloading
Meals during transit i.e. meals while on road or travelling will not be provided. No meals will be provided in Last day (Day 5)
Anything which is not mentioned in the inclusion.
To book your trek, you need to pay 30% of the trek fees as advance. Rest 70% to be paid in cash when you reach the basecamp, to be collected by the team leader.
One can pay the amount online(Net Banking, GPay, UPI ID).
Details to be shared on request.
30 days before the trek date, full refund of the paid amount
15 days before the trek date, 50% refund of the paid amount.
Cancellation less than 15days to the start date of the trek, no refund possible
In case Himalayan Passion cancels the trek or trip, full refund will be paid.
One has option to send another person on their behalf.
One has option to adjust the paid amount on any other trek, if a person cannot join the trek he/she paid for(within 365 days)