• The kapat of Shri Badrinath Temple will open on 10th May 2019 at 04:15 AM & Shri Kedarnath Temples will open on 9th May 2019 at 5:35 AM.


Area 3 sq.km Rainfall 1475 mm.
Months : Max. Temp. Min. Temp.
April : 5oC 0oC
May : 14oC 5.7oC
June : 18oC 9oC
July : 17.5oC 0oC
August : 17.8oC 10.5oC
September : 15oC 8oC
October : 12oC 5oC
November : 4oC 0oC
Dec-Mar : Snow Bound

Best Season

May : Heavy woollens
June to Sep. : Light woollens
Oct. to Nov. : Heavy woollens

May to October

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This is true for travellers coming to India as most Indians are quite attuned to the travel conditions in the country.

  • Food-wise anything that is boiled, cooked or fried is a safer bet than anything cold or raw. So avoid cold salads, raw vegetables, drinks with ice etc.
  • Carry a mosquito/insect repellent wherever you go to avoid diseases like malaria or simply even the itchy discomfort.
  • Always carry a kit of the basic emergency medicines you might need for diarrhoea, fever etc. Also, keep on your personal band-aids and an antiseptic ointment.
  • Use sunscreen all the time to prevent sunburn. Try and wear a hat if you're going to be in the sun.
  • Initially, at least, avoid excessive alcohol and strenuous activity to stave off heat stroke.
  • Ensure you are physically and mentally fit to perform the journey as the Yatra involves trekking at an altitude of 1,4000ft. Get yourself medically examined and certified fit for the journey.
  • At least a month before the Yatra, it is advisable to start preparatory exercises: Even a brisk walk of about 4 to 5 km per day would be beneficial. Breathing exercises like Pranayama would help combat the lack of sufficient oxygen at high altitudes.
  • Do carry heavy woollens, including thermal body warmers, wind cheaters, raincoats, sleeping bags, blankets, water-proof shoes with sufficient grips, small water proof tents, torch with sufficient batteries and walking sticks.
  • Keep a slip with your Name, Address and the name of accompanying yatri in your pocket.
  • Women are advised to avoid sarees and opt for salwar kameez or trousers.
  • Carry water and dry eatables. Ration and firewood quota is available en route and can be purchased.
  • All medical facilities during Yatra are free. It is advisable to carry your own personal medical kit and First aid box.
  • Hire only a registered ponywalla or porter. Don't walk far away from ponies carrying luggage.
  • Move slowly and steadily, as this is an arduous pilgrimage and maintain discipline.
  • Don't relax at places where warning signs are fixed. Don't attempt short cuts on the route.
  • Please carry an oxygen kit.


Govt. / Dist. Hospitals : Dehradun, Rishikesh, Rudraprayag, Chamoli, Gopeshwar, Tehri, Narendranagar

Dispensery : Kedarnath, Badarinath

Important Police Stations EN Route Chardham

Muni-ki-reti : 0135-2430041   Lakshman Jhula : 0135-2430228   Deoprayag : 01368-2660609   Shrinagar : 01346-252102
Rudraprayag : 01364-235208   Karnaprayag : 01363-244203   Chamoli : 01372-262306   Joshimath : 01389-222103
Badarinath : 01381-222203   Agastyamuni : 01364-256231   Gaurikund : 01364-269203   Narendranagar : 01378-227248
Chamba : 01376-225270   Barkot : 01375-224241

Superintendent of Police

Pauri : 01368-222254   Rudraprayag : 01364-233210   Uttarkashi : 01374-222116
Haridwar : 01334-239777   Chamoli : 01372-252134

Director General Police

12, Subash Road, Dehradun, Phone : 0135-2712082

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