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Rudranath trek is a temple trek of Lord Shiva situated at the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand . It is also the part of Panch-Kedar temples made by ‘Pandavas’ the heroic characters of Mahabharata. It is situated at an elevation of 3550 meters and Rudranath trek is the hardest trek among all the five kedars of 23kms.

The temple’s construction showcases remarkable craftsmanship with intricate carvings and stunning architecture that captivate the eye of every visitor. Pilgrims from far and wide are drawn to its majestic presence, making the arduous journey through challenging mountain trails to seek blessings from Lord Shiva.

Story Behind the Rudranath Temple

According to the ancient narrations, the Pandavas in the Mahabharata killed their brothers and priests. Thus they wanted to purify themselves from the sin of gotra hatya & brahmanhatya. They wanted to meet Lord Shiva, so they left their kingdom in search of him. Lord Shiva wanted to avoid them, so he took the form of Nandi and hid in the Garhwal Himalayan region.

In search of the Lord, they reached Garhwal. Bheema, the second eldest of the five brothers, saw a group of cows and bulls near Guptkashi and stood between two mountains to recognize Lord Shiva. All the cows and bulls crossed the path between his legs, but one bull did not move between his legs. Bheem tried to catch it with his hind legs and tail, but it disappeared into the ground and reappeared in 5 different places in Garhwal. The face appears in Rudranath, the hump in Kedarnath, shoulders in Tungnath, navel in Madmaheshwar & hairs in Kalpeshwar. Then Pandavas made temples in these places and prayed here after that they got freed from the sin

About the Rudranath trek

Rudranath view from some km distance

The journey to the Rudranath temple is not for the faint of heart. Pilgrims must traverse steep and treacherous paths, cross dense forests, cross rushing rivers, and endure extreme weather conditions. Nevertheless, the arduous trek is considered an integral part of the pilgrimage, a test of one’s dedication and determination.

Upon reaching the temple, one is greeted by an overwhelming sense of spirituality. The serene aura of the place, coupled with the panoramic view of the Himalayan mountains, creates an atmosphere of deep serenity. The devotees offer prayers, perform rituals and participate in the daily aarti (ritual offering of light) with unwavering faith.

The Rudranath Temple is not only a religious site, but also a symbol of human perseverance and devotion. It is a reminder that the pursuit of spirituality often requires sacrifice and resilience. As long as there are people who seek divine grace, this temple will continue to stand tall and be a beacon of faith in the majestic Himalayan landscape.

Tour Details

 

This tour will starts from Haridwar/Rishikesh and on the first day we will stay at the case camp of Rudranath. Rudranath is in a trek distance of 23 kms from the base. Next day we will start your trek, in between the trek we will cross the some beautiful meadows, jungles and small waterfalls. Enroute you will get the chance to see the mesmerizing view of Himalayan peaks like Chaukhamba Peak, hathi parvat & others.

The journey to the Rudranath temple is not for the faint of heart. Pilgrims must traverse steep and treacherous paths, cross dense forests, cross rushing rivers, and endure extreme weather conditions. Nevertheless, the arduous trek is considered an integral part of the pilgrimage, a test of one’s dedication and determination.

Departure & Return Location

RISHIKESH (Google Map)

Departure Time

6:00AM

Price Includes

  • All Meals once you reach Sagar Village (Dinner from Day 1 to Breakfast of Last day)
  • Stay in Panar Hut/Shack
  • Accommodation in Sagar Village for 2 nights
  • Forest Camping Charges, Entry Fees & Permits
  • Experienced Trek Leader
  • Cab from Rishikesh to Rishikesh
  • Porter, Cook & Mule charges (only for trekking equipment if required)

Price Excludes

  • Lunch during road transport
  • Pony or Potter charges anywhere
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
  • Any thing not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Travel Insurance

Things to carry

  • Aadhar card or student id or any identity certificate
  • Sunscream
  • Trekking shoes
  • Light T shirts
  • Warm Jacket
  • Trek pants
  • Extra pair of Socks
  • Water Bottle
  • UV rays protection sun glasses
  • Toiletries & personal medicines
  • Raincoat or poncho
Itinerary

Day 1Rishikesh to Sagar ( Drive 220 km - 7 to 8 hours)

  • Start your journey from Rishikesh and drive to Sagar, which is approximately 220 kilometres away.
  • The road journey takes about 8-9 hours, passing through scenic landscapes and picturesque town
  • Enroute visit Devprayag, Dhari Devi & take blessings of the Goddess.
  • Reach Gopeshwar at evening of you want to buy anything for the trek, buy here this will be your last town before the trek
  • After that Reach Sagar. Dinner & stay at Hotel/Home stay

Day 2 Sagar to Panar (6-7 hours/ 15 km Trek)

  • Morning breakfast, after that briefing & Start your trek from Sagar to Panar, which is a trekking distance of about 15 kilometres.
  • The trail passes through dense forests, beautiful meadows, and picturesque landscapes.
    It takes approximately 6-7 hours to reach Panar.
  • Set up camp in Panar and rest for the night.

Day 3Panar to Rudranath and back to Panar ( 7-8 Hours / 8 km)

  • Begin your trek early in the morning from Panar to Rudranath temple.
  • The trekking distance from Panar to Rudranath is around 8 kilometres.
  • The trail involves a gradual ascent and offers stunning views of the Himalayan peaks.
  • Explore the Rudranath temple and spend some time in the serene surroundings.
  • If we have enough time we will try to visit Saraswati kund which is situated above Rudranath temple
  • Afterwards, trek back to Panar and stay overnight at the camp.

Day 4Panar to Sagar ( 5-6 hr / 12 km)

Descend from Panar to Sagar, which is a trekking distance of about 15 kilometres.
The trail goes downhill, and reaching Sagar takes approximately 5-6 hours.

Day 5Sagar to Haridwar (7-8 hr / 240 km)

  • In the morning after breakfast drive to Haridwar, enroot visit Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag etc.
  • Arrive at Haridwar (drop bus stand/railway station or your hotel).
    Tour End.
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