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Trekking Itinerary

Shree Narayan Tours & Travel
Special Trekking Tours

(01) : PanchKedar
( sacred shine of lord Shiva )

Kedarnath, Madmaheshwar, Tungnath, Rudranath, Kalpnath

The Panch Kedar trek includes all the five shrines associated with the Hindu legends. All of them are situated in the Kedar Valley. At Kedarnath, which is situated at the head of the Mandakini River, the Linga is a natural rock that resembles the hump of a bull. Madhmaheshwar, situated at the base of Chaukhamba Peak is at an altitude of 3500 m. Here the Linga is worshipped in the form of a navel. Tungnath, where tha arm of Shiva appeared is the highest temple in Garhwal is situated at an altitude of 3810 m. 1.5 km trek more from Tungnath is for Chandrashila(4000mt.).

The panoramic view of the Himalayas is breathtaking. Rudranath is where the face of Shiva is said to have appeared. Here there is a natural rock temple inwhich the Shiva Mukha is worshipped.To reach Rudranath, one has to trek throough alpine meadows and dense forests. Kalpeshwar is situated in the beautiful valley of Urgam. There is a cave temple here and Shiva is worshipped in his matted hair form.

Punch Kedar are:

1. Kedarnath (3584 mt)

2. Madhmaheshwar (3289 mt)

3. Tungnath (3810 mt)

4. Rudranath (2286 mt)

5. Kalpanath (2134 mt),


Tour Cost : 2050/pax/day
Minimum pax : 04


Places of Night Stay


1st day Rishikesh : Birahi 220 kms drive to Birahi
2nd day Birahi:Urgam 22 kms drive to Helang.Trek 9kms to kalpnath with packed lunch. Night halt at urgam valley.
3rd day Urgam:Gopeshwar Trek to Helang.Drive 53 kms to Gopeshwar. Lunch enroute.
4th day Gopeshwar:Naila 15 kms drive to Mandal.Trek to Anusuya Devi with packed lunch.Night halt at Naila after 15 kms trek.
5th day Naila:Rudranath Trek to rudranath.Lunch enroute.Night stay.
6th day Rudranath:Chopta. 17 kms trek to mandal. Drive to Mandal and night stay.
7th day Chopta:Tungnath:Chopta 3 kms trek to Tungnath.trek to Chandrashila and return to Tungnath.Lunch enrouteand night stay at Chopta.
8th day Chopta:Gaundhar 12 kms to Makku with packed lunch.19 kms trek to Gaundhar and night stay.
9th day Gaundhar:Madmaheshwar Trek to Madmaheshwar from Gaundhar with packed lunch,night stay
10th day Madmaheshwar:Gaundhar Trek to Gaundhar. Lunch enroute,night stay.
11th day Gaundhar:Kalimath:Guptakashi TrektoGuptakashi,Kalimath.Night halt.
12th day Guptakashi:Kedarnath 31 kms drive to Gaurikund. 14 kms trek to Kedarnath.Night halt.
13th day Kedarnath:Guptakashi:Rudraparyag Trek to Gaurikund.Lunch enroute.Drive to Rudraparyag for night stay.
14th day Rudraparyag:Rishikesh Drive to Rishikesh.lunch at Rishikesh.

   Panch –Badri (8N/9D)

Badrinath – Yogdhayn Badri – Bhavishya Badri – Virdha Badri – Adi Badri

Lord Vishnu is worshipped at Panch Badri in different forms. Considered one of the Char Dham or four principle places of Hindu worship at himalayas, Badrinath's four subsidiary badries include Bhavishya Badri, Yogdhyan Badri, Vridha Badri and Adi Badri.

Badri Vishal : Main shrine of Lord Badrinath ji is known as 'Badrinath'.

Bhavishya Badri : (2744 m). The shrine is 19 km away from Joshimath, which is supposed to be an alternative seat of Lord Badrinath ji, if for some unknown reason, 'Badrinath' shrine disappears. An image of God 'Narsing' is kept here, which is worshipped by the devotees coming from Tapovan Dhauliganga side. Pilgrims have to trek for 6 km to reach the shrine.

Yogdhyan Badri : (1920 m). The shrine is 23 km short of Badrinath shrine, located at Pandukeshwar. It is here that King Pandu is believed to have meditated after the victory over the 'Kauravas' and before leaving for his heavenly abode.

Vridha Badri : (1380 m). This is the first holy place of Lord Badrinath ji located at Animath. Animath is 8 km short of Joshimath approachable by motorable road. Before Badrinath was designated one of the four 'Dhams' of Hindus by Adi-Shankaracharaya, the idol of Badrinath ji was woshipped here. Vridha Badri remains open throughout the year.

Adi-Badri : Adi-Badri is 19 km away from Karanprayag, on the Chaukuthia Ranikhet road, where a group of 16 temples dating back to the Gupta age, are in existence. These temples were made with the idol of lord Vishnu to spread Hinduism to every remote comer in the country by Adi-Shankaracharya.

Tour Cost : 22000/day/pax
Minimum pax : 04




1st day Delhi- Rishikesh Drive to Rishikesh from Delhi. Overnight stay at Hotel.
2nd day Rishikesh- Rudraprayag Drive to Rudraprayag & Visit to Koteshwar Temple.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
3rd day Rudraprayag- Badrinath Drive to Badrinath, En-route to visit to Vishu-Prayag.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
4th day Badrinath Pooja & Darshan of Badrinath.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
5th day Badrinath-Yogdhyan Badri-Joshimath Drive to Joshimath, En-route visit to Yogdhyan Badri.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
6th day Joshimath- Syaldhar- Bhavishyha Badri- Joshimath Drive to Syaldhar & 6 kms trek to Bhavishyha Badri, Evening visit to Narshinga Temple & Shankaracharya-Math in Joshimath.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
7th day Joshimath- Virdh Badri- Adi Badri Morning drive to Virdh Badri than drive to Adi Badri via Karnprayag.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
8th day Adi Badri- Rishikesh Morning drive to Rishikesh, Enroute visit to Devprayag.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
9th day Rishikesh - Delhi After Breakfast, Drive to Delhi on arrival transfer to Air port/Railway Station/Home.




Tour Cost : 2400/day/pax

Minimum pax : 04




1st day

Rishikesh :Helang

Drive from Rishikesh to Helang 240 kms. Overnight stay in tent.

2nd day


12 kms trek to kalpeshwar/Urgam.night stay in tent.

3rd day

Urgam:Bansi Narayan

15 kms trek to Bansi Narayan.Overnight in tent.

4th day

Bansi Narayan:Gadolia

10 kms trek to Gadolia.Overnight in tent.

5th day


(4+4) kms trek to Manpai Bugyal and back to Gogiyala.Overnight stay in tent.

6th day


12 kms trek to Dumuk. Overnight stay in tent.

7th day


9 kms trek to Toli. Overnight stay in tent.

8th day


10 kms trek to Rudranath. Overnight stay in tent

9th day

Rudranath:Panar Gufa

14 kms trek to Panar Gufa. Overnight stay in tent.

10th day

Panar Gufa:Sagar

10 kms trek to Sagar. Futher 4 kms drive to Gopeshwar. Overnight stay in Gopeshwar.

11th day

Gopeshwar : Rishikesh

Drive to Rishikesh.


Chopta Trek (3N/4D)

Deoria Tal(3,289mt), Chadrashilla(4000mt)

Chadrashilla(4000mt) : It is a rock face above the temple of Tungnath, ( A famous temple of Lord Shiva) the highest of all the temples in the Himalayas. It is a shortbut rigorous hike beyond the temple. The Chandrashila summit affords the most beautiful view of the Nanda Devi , Trishul, Kedar Peak and Chaukhamba peaks. If the sky is clear you get the feeling that you are sitting in a sea of mountains. The oak forest through which you trek to the summit abounds in wild life, Especially foxes,pheasants,musk deer, and leopard. But it is safe, as the animals keep away from the trail.

Deoriatal(3,289mt): Deoria Tal a small lake about 11 km north:east of the village of Okhimath on the ridge of a spur which extend from the Badrinath peak to the Mandakini river below the above:named village. The lake is about 120 metres long and 75 metres broad.

It is of an oval shape. It is very deep on the northen side and is nowhere very shallow. The view from its bank is one of the grandest in the hills, the whole mass of Badrinath being visible from base to summit at a distance of 26 km. Early in the morning the snowy range is clearly visible reflected on the water. The range includes the Badrinath and the Kedarnath peaks to the west of it


Tour Cost : 2100/day/pax

Minimum pax : 04



1st day

Drive 185 kms from Rishikesh to Guptkashi. Lunch en-route. Overnight stay at hotel.

2nd day

After Breakfast, drive to Sarhi village, On arrival 2 kms trek to Deoriatal. Overnight stay at hotel/tent.

3rd day

After Breakfast, trek down to Sarhi & drive to Chopta, On Arrival trek (10kms round) to Chandrashilla, Tunghnath Temple is en-route, Overnight stay at hotel.

4th day

After Breakfast, Drive to Rishikesh, Lunch en-route

Dayara Bugyal (3N/4D)

Bugyal in local language means high altitude meadow The road to Dayara Bugyal Branches off near Bhatwari a place on Uttarkashi:Gangori road about 28 kms.from Uttarkashi. Vehicles can go up to the village of Barsu from where one has to trek a distance of about 8 kms to reach Dayara and other route is via village Raithal, 10 kms from Bhatwari, from where one has to trek about 6 kms to Dayara Bugyal. Situated at, an elevation of about 3048 mts., this vast meadow is secound to none in natural beauty.

During winter it provides excellent ski slopes over an area of 28 sq.kms. The panoramic view of the Himalayas from here is breathtaking. There is a small lake in the area, and to camp by its side is a memorable event. From this spot one can trek down through dense forests to Dodi Tal which is about 32 kms away. Presently accommodation is available at Bhatwari and professionals for skiing may also use some village huts.


Tour Cost : 2350/day/pax

Minimum pax : 04




1st day


After having hot breakfast, 160 kms drive to Uttarkashi for night stay. Lunch on the way.

2nd day


After breakfast sight seen of the town and then drive to Bhatwari and then 10kms drive to Raithal.Lunch and night stay at raithal Raithal.

3rd day

Raithal:Dayara Bugyal

 8 kms trek to Dayara Bugyal from Raithal with packed lunch. Sightseen of Dayara and then back to Raithal and then drive to Bhatwari for night stay & dinner.

4th day


After having hot breakfast drive to Rishikesh. Lunch will be provided on the way.




Nestled high in West Himalaya, India’s Valley of Flowers National Park is renowned for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers and outstanding natural beauty. This richly diverse area is also home to rare and endangered animals, including the Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, brown bear and blue sheep. The gentle landscape of the Valley of Flowers National Park complements the rugged mountain wilderness of Nanda Devi National Park. Together they encompass a unique transition zone between the mountain ranges of the Zanskar and Great Himalaya, praised by mountaineers and botanists for over a century and in Hindu mythology for much longer.


Gurudwara Hemkund Saheb:

The high altitude Lokpal lake, known as Hemkund ( 4329 mts.) lies in heavenly environs. A steep trek from Ghangharia leads one to this spot in about four to six hours. It is an important pilgrimage for both Hindus and Sikhs, as well as for people from other faiths. There is a Sikh Gurudwara and a Lakshman temple built on the bank of the lake.
As alluded to, in the holy Granth Sahib, Guru Govind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikh faith had meditated on the bank of this lake in one of his earlier births. It is widely believed among Sikhs that Guru Govind Singh introduced the features now universally associated with Sikhism. On 15th April 1699, he started the new brotherhood called the Khalsa (meaning the pure, from the Persian word 'Khales') an inner core of the faithful, accepted by baptism (amrit).
It is believed that Lakshman, the younger brother of Ram, meditated by the lake and regained his health after being severely wounded by Meghnath, son of the demon Ravana, during battle

Tour Cost : 2500/day/pax

Minimum pax : 04




1st day


Drive to Birahi. Night halt at hotel. Lunch en route

2nd day


Drive to Govindghat and then 14 kms trek to Ghangharia for night stay. Lunch en route.

3rd day


10 kms round trek to Hemkund. Packed lunch. Overnight     stay at Ghangharia.

4th day

Ghanghria:Valley of flower

08 kms round trek to Valley of flower. Packed lunch. Overnight stay at Ghangharia.

5th day


Trek to Govindghat and then drive to Birahi for night stay.

6th day


Drive to Rishikesh. Lunch en route.


Rishikesh, Netwar, Taluka, Osla, Har:Ki:Doon,

For nature lovers Har-Ki-Doon valley 3566 mts, offers rich jungles abundant in bird and animal life, variety of alpine flowers and plants, and spectacular view. Har-Ki-Doon is a cradle shaped valley south east of the Janundhar glacier.It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and in the southeast by heavily wooded forests.The forests are rich in wildlife and are a veritable paradise for bird-watchers and nature lovers.

Har - Ki - Doon is situated in the Western ganges of the Garhwal Himalayas, at the base of the Fateh Parvat, at an elevation of 3,556 metres. This cradle shaped Valley, which is surrounded by dense forests of pines and glittering mountain peaks

The forests are rich in wildlife and are a veritable paradise for bird-watchers and nature lovers. The trek from Netwar to Osla is through dense forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows and chinars. The trek from Osla to Har-ki-doon is through terraced mountain fields, lush green grassy land and conifer forests.

Har-Ki-Doon , the hanging valley of gods is a treat for trekkers. This moderate trek takes you to one of the least explored regions of Garhwal. As Har-KI-Doon falls within the Govind Pashu vihar , chances of seeing wildlife here are very bright. Here , you have a beautifully carved temple dedicated to Duryodhana , the Kaurava Prince. And if you are interested in glaciers then Jaundhar Glacier at 4300 mt. is just about five kilometers from Har-Ki- Doon.

Har-Ki-Doon Valley is a base for Swargarohini ht. 21000 ft. There is legend our old granth (books) it is mentioned that Pandav went to Swarga (Heavan) through this mountain. This is a place where you can find Trees of Bhojpatra flower Bramhakamal. Swargarohini and Jaundar Glacier is at south-east of Har-ki-dun.Towards west you can see Bandar Punch.

The local People survives on farming Rice, Rajma, Charas. They use wood of Deodar tree for their house. You can find many people using Hukka for smoking. One can smell of pine while having hukka.

Tour Cost : 2350/day/pax

Minimum pax : 04




1st day


Drive to Netwar from Rishikesh

2nd day


22 kms trek to Taluka for night stay.

3rd day


Drive to Osla. 2 kms trek to Osla village, after visiting the temple, again 2 kms trek to Osla for nigh stay.

4th day


Trek to Har:Ki:Doon and night stay.

5th day


Trek around Har:Ki:Doon and return back to Osla after12 kms trek.

6th day


11 kms trek to Taluka for night stay.

7th day


34 kms drive to Purola

8th day


Drive to Rishikesh for night stay.

Gangotri : Gaumukh : Tapovan : Nandanvan Trek (6N/7D)

Gangotri (3048m) lies in the northwest Himalayas of Garhwal, and is one of the four dhams (pilgrimage centres for Hindus, the other three being Yamunotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath) of Garhwal.

The Bhairnoghati bridge built across one of the deepest gorges in the world, connects Gangotri to the rest of the world across the Bhagirathi River.

There is an 18th century temple made of granite rock at Gangotri that was built by Amar Singh Thapa, a gorkha commander, and later rebuilt by the Maharaja of Jaipur.

The temple is dedicated to the Goddess Ganga who is believed to have descended from heaven as a result of King Bhagirath centuries:long penance, since the latter wanted the ashes of his dead relatives to be washed away by the holy waters of the Goddess Ganga.

The current of the Ganga was so strong that Lord Shiva (the Destroyer in the Hindi Holy Trinity of Creator-Preserver-Destroyer) had to hold her flow in check by coiling his matted locks around her. From then on, Shiva is also known as Jatashankar (Jata means hair in Hindi). There is a lingam (the symbolic phallus of Shiva) in the water that can be seen in winter. Gaumukh, or the cows mouth, (3892m), the source of Bhagirathi River, is at a distance of 17km from Gangotri.

A 4km trek through the massive Gaumukh Glacier, takes you to the high altitude plain, Tapovan, where King Bhagirath did penance. Tapovan is the foothill of the mighty Shivling Peak (6543m), one of the most beautiful peaks in the world.


Tour Cost : 2350/person

Minimum pax : 04

Altitude : 3048m:4500m



1st day

Drive 252km, with packed lunch, from Rishikesh to Gangotri via Tehri and Uttarkashi along the Bhagirathi River. Dinner and overnight stay at the Hotel.

2nd day

Breakfast and trek 14km, with packed lunch, to Bhojbasa (3792m), via Chirbasa (3600m), the land of pine trees, 9km from Gangotri. The trek takes you through one of the best landscapes in Garhwal. Dinner and overnight stay in tent at Bhojbasa.

3rd day

Breakfast and trek 10km with packed lunch to Tapovan (4463m) via Gaumukh (3892m) where the Bhagirathi River emerges from beneath the Gangotri Glacier. Tapovan is a beautiful grassy meadow below the mighty Shivling peak (6543m), one of the most beautiful peaks in the world, and is also known as the Matterhorn of the East. Dinner and overnight stay in tent at Tapovan.

4th day

Breakfast and trek 8km, with packed lunch, to Nandanvan (4500m) via the Gangotri Glacier. The enchanting route offers some beautiful views of snow:capped peaks like the Shivling (6543m), Mana Parbat (6758m), Satopanth (7084m),Vasuki (6792m), the Bhagirathi trio (6556m), and many others. Dinner and overnight stay in tent at Nandanvan.

5th day

Breakfast and trek 11km, with packed lunch, to Bhojbasa via Gaumukh. Dinner and overnight stay in tent at Bhojbasa.

6th day

Breakfast and trek 14km, with packed lunch, to Gangotri. Dinner and overnight stay in tent at Gangotri.

7th day

Breakfast and drive 252km to Rishikesh.


An enchanting hill resort in Kumaon Hills, Binsar surrounded by the alpine flora, ferns, hanging moss and a wide variety of wild flowers presents one of the most picturesque views of famous peaks such as Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot, Panchchuoli, Kedarnath, Trishuli and Chaukhamba.

Tour Cost : 2200/pax/day

Minimum pax : 04




1st day


134 kms drive to Pauri from Rishikesh. lunch enroute. sightseeing in evening and night stay at hotel.

2nd day


94 kms drive to Thlisain with packed food. 13 kms trek to Patisain. Overnight stay in tent.

3rd day


Morning free for leisure After early hot lunch,7 kms trek to Binsar. Overnight stay in tent.

4th day


22 kms trek to Gairsain with packed lunch. Overnight stay in tent.

5th day


235 kms to Rishikesh, enroute visit to Adi Badri Temple. breakfast and lunch enrout

Check list for your holiday to Himalayas

1. A sturdy rucksack that can hold up to 15 kgs. Please remember portage is for a maximum of 15 kgs and 1 piece per person.

2. A robust pair of well used walking shoes with a good grip. Please advice people not to invest in new shoes just before the trip.

3. A second pair of shoes: camp shoes/slippers/flat sandals. Be prepared to be in wet shoes day 2 onwards. The second pair will come in handy once you reach the camp at the end of each day.

4. 1/2 dozen pair of socks. At least I woolen pair.

5. Full sleeve: T-shirts, thick cotton shirts, shorts and Basic tees : very useful in layering. The weather is going to be hot and humid till Rudraprayag and cool once we reach Joshimath. On the trek it will be hot as long as you keep walking. It is advisable to wear layer of clothes that you can add on or remove as necessary.

6. For the trek and at the camp Nylon or Polyester track pants, and any other comfortable, warm and quick dry leggings. It would be quite cold as you are above 3000 meters at the camp.

7. A full sweater/pullover and jacket.

8. A RAINCOAT is a must. Rain/wind jacket.

9. Woolen caps/earmuffs and baseball cap.

10. Wash Towel

11. A strong flashlight and cells.

12. Box of matches/Lighter.

13. Water Bottle.

14. A small daypack to carry your basic essentials during the trek.

15. Your own personal medical and first aid kit containing your regular medication, band aids, antiseptic cream. Move/nyser etc. etc.

16. Cold Cream/Moisturizer, sun block

17. All Camera related accessories and peripherals. Rishikesh will be the last stop where you might get film. Better to pack the same from home.

18. Binoculars.

19. Note book and pen/pencil

20. Small padlock

Environmental Guidelines

These guidelines help in reducing the impact on the environment, minimize the possibility of animal suffering and stress, and encourage respect and appreciation of other cultures and traditions.
1. Campsite - Keep in mind that another party will be using the same campsite after you have left. Leave the site cleaner than you found it.

2. Don't Fuel the Fire - Always discard matches and cigarettes with great care but also keep the use of wood for fuel to a minimum. When possible, take kerosene or an alternative fuel source for cooking and heating purposes.

3. Remove litter - Burn or bury paper and carry out all non-degradable litter.

4. Keep local water clean - Avoid using pollutants such as detergents in streams or springs. If no toilet facilities are available, make sure you are at least 30 meters away from water sources, and bury or cover waste.

5. Plants should be left to flourish - Taking cuttings, seeds and roots is illegal in many parts of the world. Also remember the trade in many wildlife products is strictly illegal.
Help your guides and porters to follow conservation measures.

6. When taking photographs - Respect privacy : ask permission and use restraint.

7. Respect Holy places - Preserve what you have come to see, never touch or remove religious objects. Shoes should be removed when visiting temples.

8. Giving to children encourages begging - A donation to a project, health center or school is a more constructive way to help.

9. You will be accepted and welcomed if you follow local customs.

10. Clothes - Loose lightweight clothes are preferable to revealing shorts, skimpy tops and tight fitting action wear.

11. Visitors - who value local traditions, encourage local pride and maintain local cultures. Please help local people gain a realistic view of life in Western Countries.

12. Respect Animals - In National Parks and Wilderness areas the animals are wild. Harassment can cause stress, keep your distance if you are in a safari vehicle or other forms of transport. In some situations it is possible to get really close, this makes for great pictures but Mountain Gorillas, for example, can catch human diseases that can be fatal.

13. Stay on Track - Unsupervised off road driving can cause irreparable damage to the soil and vegetation, all for the sake of that once in a lifetime shot. In many areas, trekking and climbing are popular leisure activities. By carefully keeping to marked paths and routes, human impact can be kept to a minimum.


While we take all necessary precautions and follow all safety measures every participant must accept and acknowledge that Travel and participation in Adventure Sports like Trekking and Camping, White Water Rafting, Rock Climbing, Wild Life Safaris etc in the Himalayas are by their nature likely to involve actual risk and danger to oneself as a consequence of (but not limited to) the hazards of traveling in mountainous terrain, accident or illness in remote areas (lacking proper medical facilities), animal attacks, the forces of nature and the like. Considering such serious perils may exist, you are urged to consider personal risks to your health and safety before accepting to participate in the tour.

This rates for only Indian clients.