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Call of the Trident

Trek to Kedarnath & Tungnath Temples

Difficulty

Grade 2

Duration

5 day trip, 3 day trekking

Dates

31 October - 4 November

AIRPORT

Dehra Dun

Tungnath is the highest Shiva Temple at a height of 3680m and is believed to be a 1000 years old. Just 30km’s away
further north as the crow flies is the temple of Kedarnath which is virtually at the same height. Kedarnath is also a
Shiva temple and is believed to be over 3000 years old. Access to both temples involves a trek. The ‘Call of the
Trident’ trip merges religion with adventure and through this process makes us appreciate the connection between
mythology and the mountains as it prevails in Garhwal.

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Visit Multiple Temples

Kedarnath & Tungnath

Call of the Trident Gallery

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Starting from Dehra Dun drive to Rudraparag located adjacent to the Alaknanda river

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Drive to Gaurikund and trek to Kedarnath via the pilgrim trail and stay overnight

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Kedarnath 3583m, is a Shiva temple and believed to be over a 3000 years old located close to the imposing Kedarnath peak in the Garhwal Himalaya.

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Kedarnath 3583m, is a Shiva temple and believed to be over a 3000 years old located close to the imposing Kedarnath peak in the Garhwal Himalaya.

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Day 3 : Trek down to Gaurikund and drive to Chopta

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Tungnath means ‘Lord of the Peaks’ and is the highest Shiva temple in the world. The Tungnath temple lies near Chopta.

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Day 4 : Climb on to Tungnath temple and further on to Chandershilla 4000m which offers a 360 degree view of the mountains of Garhwal and Kumaon

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Day 5 : Drive on to Dehra Dun via Rishikesh

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