Panchkedar trek - request route information

#1 Jul 16th, 2018, 18:45
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Is there any trek route connecting all the Panch Kedar. I know there is a trek route from Tungnath to Kalpeshwar which takes 10 to 12 days. But is there any possible trek route (avoiding motor able road completely) from Kedarnath to Madhyamaheswar to Tungnath, Rudranath and ending at Kalpeshwar.
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#3 Jul 16th, 2018, 22:36
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If you look at a topo map, you'll see that there are 3 valleys in between Kedarnath and Madhyamaheshwar. I believe there is a route connecting the two places via Yongbuk Col Bisali Col and Mahapanth Col.
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Day 1 - Trek from Kalpeshwar to Base of Pass
8km/4 Hours Trek, Villages

Day 2 - Trek from Base of Pass to Dumak/Jungle Camp 2,500m)
8km/4 Hours Trek, Alaknanda Valley

Day 3 - Trek from Dumak to Tolli
10km/5 Hours Trek, Lake, Maina Gad

Day 4 - Trek from Tolli to Panar
8km/4 Hours Trek, Himalayas, Goddess Nanda Devi

Day 5 - Trek from Panar to Rudranath (3,300m)
10km/4-5 Hours Trek, Nanda Devi, Dunagiri, Trishul & Choukhamba Day details

Rudranath to Mandal to Tunganath (https://www.indiamike.com/india/trek...uired-t251550/)

Tunganath to Madmaheswar (I also have a curosity to know if any direct trail exists)

Madmaheswar to Kedarnath - Mandani trek

compiled from internet
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thank you all for sharing so much of information.
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Originally Posted by pratap2008 View Post thank you all for sharing so much of information.
I came to know the route from tunganath to madmaheswar is too long to trek and no proper route is there , will share the map after a while..for this you have to access the chopta ukhimath road
#7 Jul 18th, 2018, 23:10
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it is possible go Tungnath to madhameyswar, have 02 routes
one checkout to Near Gondar village in 04 days
2nd via pandushera in 06 days
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Originally Posted by k.harsh View Post it is possible go Tungnath to madhameyswar, have 02 routes
one checkout to Near Gondar village in 04 days
2nd via pandushera in 06 days
Any hands on experience or proper itinerary would be appreciated.
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please contact local person and guide he know very well about the area rawat 7248855581
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Thank you K Harsh for the guide and route information. I just had a chat with another guide yesterday named Umeid. He says there are permission issues going on with the forest department. I was talking about the Kedarnath trek from Ransi via Mandani valley, passing through three mountain passes named Yeonbuk Col, Baisali Col and Mahapanth col avg height 4500mtr. He said Madhyamaheswhar is slightly different route. One has to go to Madhyamaheshwar come back to Ransi and then start the Kedarnath trek from Ransi.
Younbuk Col 4600 M, Bisali Col 4750 M (highest point), Mahapanth Col 4650 M.

Umeid : 94117 37835 / 96395 96080
I got these informstion from https://www.indiamike.com/india/trek...g11-t141093/5/

I am thinking of going during end of September/1st week of October. But all depends upon the permission. Umeid mentioned the permission issue is due to the litters & garbage dumped inside the wildlife areas. These are the gifts from heavy tourism activities. Local people along with few miscreants from Delhi pitched many tents inside the wildlife areas and it was going on for long time. Someone complained to the local authorities. Now they are removing all those tents and banned any tourism activities including trek.
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Thanks for the information

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Originally Posted by k.harsh View Post please contact local person and guide he know very well about the area rawat 7248855581
His name is Manoj Rawat. I did my Kalindi pass terk this year June. Very nicely organised. I spoke to him about this trek as well. But I felt Umeid ji is more regular in the Panch Kedar route.

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