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A small sacred town of Madhyamaheshwar is a place full of mysteries and blessed with bounty of nature. Renowned for its Madhyamaheshwar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, it gathers the whole hamlet to pray in the evening along with many tourists.
Dusted with small huts, villages with their own culture and unique traditions, this quaint little town has an essence of old world. It beautiful backdrop of snow covered Himalayas, sprawling alpine meadows and thick cover of forests adds more charm to its beauty. Temple in typical North Indian style structure and salubrious weather throughout the year completes the beautiful sepia tinted picture of this place. Situated at an altitude of 3265 m above the sea level, Madhyamaheshwar has spiritual vibes oozing out of it which are difficult to ignore.
- Carry extra food and supplies with you, facilities are not present at proper intervals.- Winters are quite cold but beautiful at the same time, so carry heavy woolens if travelling during the season.- Since most of the way to the s=destination is via trekking, make sure you carry a good pair of shoes.
Long trek starting from ransi village in between two three villages and hut were there for night stay and food, tea.Trek was bit difficult but after reaching to the temple all tiredness feel like swept away with the cold wind over there.
Surrounded by picturesque green valley and snow peaks. Good trekking trails.
Limited options for food and accommodation.
For all those people who are looking to calm the storm inside them as the journey to this sacred place will calm you from within and for all the adventure seekers as this site demands a long trek. It is one of the temples to be visited in the Panch Kedar pilgrimage circuit. Hence it is visited by people from all over.
Located in a hilly terrain, Madhmaheshwar does not hold a railway station or an airport. However, Madhmaheshwar can be reached from the Rishikesh Railway Station as it is the nearest railway statio... (Read More)
Can someone please help me to arrange full 4 days trip to Madhyameshwar including accommodation, stoppage, food and route of trek? Is accommodation available on reaching the temple. And does it needs to be pre-booked?
Answer: There is no accommodation at the temple. The closest hotel to the temple is the Himalay Hotel in Ransi. You can find more accommodation options at Asama and Guptkashi, which also serves as the ideal base camp for your trek to the Madhyamaheswar Temple. It is ideal to pre-book your accommodation option, as this will simplify the whole process, and lack of accommodation can pose a big problem when you arrive. Please fill out the form in the following link, and our travel partners will be able to devise the perfect package for you based on your travel needs: https://www.holidify.com/custom-package/
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