Kedarnath is one of the most famous temple town located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is reckoned one amid the ‘Chota Char Dham’ in Hinduism. It is famous for housing the pious shrine of Kedarnath. Every year, hundreds of the devotees flock to this holy pilgrimage site to seek the blessings of the divine power, Lord Shiva.
Kedarnath is shrouded amid the magnificent peaks of the mighty Himalayas. It is elevated at an altitude of 11,700 feet above the sea level. Due to its location, its land is a hilly terrain that is fed by the waters of the river Mandakini. Such tantalizing location describes its climate as tropical cool. Throughout the year, Kedarnath faces low temperatures and the median mercury level rests between -10°C-9°C. During the extreme winters, the temperatures go below 0 degrees. Kedarnath receives a normal amount of rainfall with an annual average of 1500 mm.
The town of Kedarnath is dotted with different places of interest. The prime attractions of this place are the pious Kedarnath Temple, Bhairavnath Temple, and the local trekking points.