Can we stay at Vasuki Tal?

Can we stay at Vasuki Tal?

Dinner and overnight stay in tents. Nandanvan – Vasuki Tal (4880 mts) – Nandanvan. Arrive in 5-6 hours and overnight stay in tents. Nandanvan – Cheerwasa (Trek 5-6 hrs).

Is Vasuki Tal trek difficult?

Vasuki Tal Trek is considered to be a moderately difficult trek, especially for the beginners.

How to reach Vasuki Tal?

Location & How to Reach Vasuki Tal Lake Nearest road head to Vasuki Tal is Gaurikund. The nearest railway stations for Gaurikund is Rishikesh. You can catch local buses, shareable cabs to Guptkashi from here, which is the last town before Gaurikund. From where sharable jeeps/Tata sumos are available to Gaurikund.

What is beyond Gaumukh?

Considered one of the four Dhams, Gangotri is said to be the mythological source of the Ganga river and the spot where Bhagirath worshipped Lord Shiva and mother Ganga descended on earth. Tapovan(4300m) is an area beyond Gaumukh(3889m) consisting of a beautiful meadow, a further 5 kms from Gaumukh. …

How much does it cost to walk in Kedarnath?

Charge is Rs 20 per passenger. There are a few places to stay at Gauri Kund. It may be better to stay here, so one can start the 16 km trek to Kedarnath temple early in the morning. The track is well lit with street lights, atleast for the first few km, for sure.

How do I get to Kedarnath trek?

Kedarnath Trek Distance

  1. Reach Gaurikund from Sonprayag via shared taxi or personal hired cab.
  2. Gaurikund to Jungle Chatti is 4 kilometers trek through the Rambara Bridge.
  3. Jungle Chatti to Bheembali is 3 kilometers trek.
  4. Bheembali to Linchauli is 4 kilometers trek.
  5. Linchauli to Kedarnath Base Camp is 4 kilometers trek.

Why it is called Gaumukh?

Gomukh is mentioned in the Puranas. It is said there that, searching a lost sheep, a boy reached near a glacier in Gangotri, the snout of which exactly looked like the face of a Cow, and thus it got its name ‘Gomukh’ .

Is Gangotri trek open now?

The trail to Gaumukh is open for trekkers and pilgrims from May to October. Gangotri National Park remains closed during winters as it is prone to heavy snowfall. Visit the Gangotri Temple is a key attraction of this trek. It is one of the sacred Char Dham of Uttarakhand.

How many days are enough for Kedarnath?

Kedarnath has the lengthiest trek. It takes around 10-12 days to visit all the temples. However, it’s now possible to cover all the temples in two days by helicopter. To help ensure the safety of pilgrims, a medical checkup has been introduced for those trekking to Kedarnath temple.

In which month there is snowfall in Kedarnath?

This sacred Dham or Temple remains closed from November-March (winter) due to extreme cold and heavy snowfall. The trails to reach Kedarnath get blocked due to snow. Bookmark that Kedarnath is prone to landslides in monsoon….Best Time to Visit Kedarnath.

Seasons Months Temperature
Winter Oct to March 0°c – 20°c

How long is the trek from Kedarnath to Vasuki Tal?

The Vasuki Tal Trek is approximately 14,200 feet and it takes approximately 3 to 4 hours as the distance is just 7km from Kedarnath and 24 km trek from the nearest road head at Gaurikund. The Vasuki Tal is just 900 m downhill from the Vasuki top.

Is the Vasuki Tal Trek an eco friendly Trek?

The Vasuki Tal trek takes place through an eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites. Travellers littering may be fined. The management reserves all the right to modify the Vasuki Tal trek during any emergencies or natural calamities.

Which is better Nandanvan or Gangotri Tapovan?

The Gangotri Tapovan, Nandanvan Trek requires negotiating the volatile glaciers and their moraines. It is always advised to hire a proper knowledgeable guide for this trek. The Gangotri Tapovan, Nandanvan Trek also takes you to the serene lake of Vasuki Tal and other small meadows of the otherwise silent, rough looking terrain.

How did the lake Vasuki Tal get its name?

The waters of this pristine lake are clear and the lake got its name “Vasuki Tal” because it resembles snake Vasuki curled around the neck of Lord Shiva. It lies amidst glaciers and the trekking route is steep. Therefore, it is a great trek for adventure lovers.