Situated at a height of 3679 meters, in the Rudraprayag district, Chandrashila is a suitable place for trekking and adventure activities except in December and January. A trek to Chandrashila will unfold majestic views of the snow clad mountain peaks. On the pinnacle of the peak, there is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, which is also a worthy visit.
Perched at an altitude of 2900 meters, Chopta is a part of the protected area of Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary. It is a natural turf for many of the rare species in the animal kingdom. The picturesque surroundings of Chopta make it a hot spot for adventurous people as it offers ample opportunities for trekking.
Located at a height of 1829 meters, Sonprayag is a tiny village situated at the meeting point of two majestic rivers- Mandakini and Basuki. Encompassed by snow-capped mountain peaks, Sonprayag offers an unperturbed calmness. Besides picturesque appeal, this tourist place is a highly revered religious place.
Famed for its innumerable shrines, Vasuki Tal is one of the holiest places in India. Each nook and corner of this place is dotted with Hindu temples. Besides these holy shrines, Kedarnath offers a picturesque ambience that grabs attention of lots of tourists. It is one of the beautiful sites in Kedarnath, famed for its scintillating waters. Also, Vasuki Tal is a much sought after place for trekking enthusiasts.
Named after the famous sage ‘Agastya’, Agastyamuni temple is a holy shrine located in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. Legend has it that sage Agastyamuni had mediated here for almost a year. During Baisakhi celebrations, this place is visited by thousands of devotees every year. The old temple represents excellent architecture and has walls carved with the images of numerous gods and goddess of the Hindu mythology.
Built by Adi Guru Sankracharya, Kedarnath Temple, located in the Garhwal region of Himalayas, has great religious importance. It is one of the most unique temples that require a tedious trek to have Darshan of the deity. The temple has its place in the list of twelve Jyotirlingas dedicated to Lord Shiva.