Kedartal otherwise called ‘Shiva’s Lake’ is perhaps the most noteworthy lake in Uttarakhand. This impeccable chilly lake is situated at a height of 4,912 meters above ocean level in the Uttarkashi area. Kedar Tal lake is shaped by the dissolving of Kedar icy mass, along these lines bringing forth Kedar Ganga River which is a significant tributary of Bhagirathi River.
The Kedartal trek isn’t for everybody. It is a troublesome trek. This means it requires a lot of wellness to do the trek. What it gives consequently is a really mysterious trekking knowledge.
The trek moves to the frosty Kedartal lake. On our different treks, we get stupendous mountain sees. Be that as it may, not as close as the ones on the Kedartal trek. You have Mt Thalaysagar, Mt Bhrigupanth, Manda Parvat, Mt Jogin, Mt Gangotri ascending directly before you. These are no little mountains.
The trek in itself is phenomenal. Moving out of Gangotri through radiant pine backwoods, the trail enters high height pastures. The camps en route give dynamite perspectives on the incredible mountains encompassing these settings. This is one of our few treks where you quite often locate the blue sheep or bharals.
The assortment on the trek, stupendous perspectives and spectacular mountain settings make this one of the incredible treks in India.