Itinerary for Bike Trip to Kedarnath from Delhi

14/02/2021 By

Kedarnath is a holy Hindu town located in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand and is surrounded by lofty, snow-covered mountains. A bike trip to this beautiful place is simply enthralling. For Delhi to Kedarnath bike trip, you need 5 to 6 days. Here is a perfect itinerary for a bike trip to Kedarnath from Delhi.

Delhi to Kedarnath Bike Trip Itinerary

  • DAY-1 - ARRIVAL AT HARIDWAR
    Hop on your bike or rent your favorite one from a reputed bike rental company in Delhi and start your journey. Ride to Haridwar which is 220 km away from Delhi. You can visit Mansa Devi Temple in the evening or experience the Ganga Aarti at Har ki Puri. Take some rest and stay overnight at Haridwar. 

  • DAY-2 - HARIDWAR TO GUPTKASHI
    Have a good breakfast in the morning and start riding to Guptkashi via Rudraprayag and Devprayag. It will take around 8 to 9 hours to reach Guptkashi from Haridwar. On your way, you will see the beautiful river Mandakini. Check into a hotel and spend the night at Guptkashi.

  • DAY-3 - GUPTKASHI TO KEDARNATH
    Kedarnath is around 22 km away from Guptkashi. Drive to Gaurikund the next morning and start your trek to Kedarnath. Proceed for holy darshan of Kedarnath Ji Dham and after darshan trek down to Gaurikund and later ride back to Guptkashi. Stay overnight at Guptkashi.

  • DAY-4 - GUPTKASHI TO HARIDWAR
    The next morning, ride back to Haridwar via Rishikesh and spend the night there. Rishikesh is a white water rafting center and is a very nice place to hang out. You can visit various temples in Rishikesh and enjoy sightseeing. 

  • DAY-5 - HARIDWAR TO DELHI
    It’s time to conclude the amazing trip. Have a delicious breakfast and ride back to Delhi.

Kedarnath is set amidst the stunning mountainscape and only with the perfect planning, you can enjoy the trip to its fullest. Follow the above-given Itinerary for a bike trip to Kedarnath from Delhi and remember not to rush and take breaks in between your journey.

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