Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Kedar Tal Trek Is All About Adventure!

Kedar Tal is also known as Shiva's Lake, is often a glacial lake located in the Garhwal region of a Himalayas in India at an altitude of 15,600 feet (4,750 meters). The lake is formed by the snowfall across Mt. Thalay Sagar (6,904 m), Mt. Bhrigupanth (6,772 m), Meru (6,672 m),  and other nearby mountains, which are also the origin of Kedar Ganga, believed to be the gift of Lord Shiva to Bhagirathi (a flow-stream of the Ganges) in Hindu mythology. The proximity to beautiful peaks and the view offered by this trek will lead you to believe in magic. Excellent attractiveness of Gangotri you see in the best way when you going for Kedar Tal trek. The lake is itself crystal-clear white, the best water drink here you will ever find, & Uttarakhand's true jewel. Adding to this trek's allure is Gangotri's trailhead, where the trail begins, & the holy town is said to be the Ganges River's origin. During the yatra season, the place bursts to life with markets, temples, nightly arts, and sadhus-filled forests. Once you are planning to come here, save few days to discover here. The ideal time to do Kedar tal trek is May, June, Sept, & October months.

So what is the perfect amount of adventure for Kedar Tal Trek?

1. The Spider Wall

Just before you meet your first BhojKharak camp, you will discover this naturally occurring stone slab bending at 60 degrees. If you like, it's the day grand finale. After a quick hop across a small waterfall, the rock angles just above you on the right, but its left side you have to worry about. Maybe it would be a better way to phrase it: it's not what you have to worry about on the left side.

Fine, well technically, at the bottom of a valley the KedarGunga is barreling down around 100 feet below you- but that isn't helpful right now.

To prevent any risk of slipping from the side to the left, individuals tend to lean their weight against the rock through their right hand, stretching their leg slowly to their next foothold, becoming a professional impersonator of the spider (conquering the spider wall). It's possible to cross without even a rope, but don't worry, if it makes you feel more secure crossing the wall, your trek leader still carries one.

2. Ascent

This is a psychological one. Day 1 & 2, though stunning and filled with lush birch & rhododendrons, is nothing short of a climb. You will also be 3,317 feet higher in an altitude after Day 1 than when the sun rose that night, & another 1,575 feet of elevation rise promises Day 2.

Not all want to take on that, but the reward will be reaped by those who do. Kedar Tal is one of the most amazing sights seen by a few of the trekkers. You're going to be among those few that have achieved this rare beauty.

3. Landslide Re-route

A well-worn, easily identifiable, average, the trail used to be the Kedar Tal Trek trail that is from BhojKharak to the KedarKharak. Thus it’s time for creativity. Going up isn't option-a loose earth is extending up to the top of such a mountainside. The glacial-melt river rages down a straight drop to a left. Straight ahead, the loose, moving sand-like dirt & rogue stone challenge you figure out if they're going to fall under your feet–left you with no choice but to take another fast step in hopes that these will hold, or push your body against by the right side to stop you from falling.

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