Timings : Before Sunset
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Ukhimath is also known as winter Kedarnath and is famous for the Lord Shiva Temple which houses the Lord in winters when Kedarnath is shut down. Ukhimath is also a very beautiful hill station providing great scenery of the Himalayas. In the lower hills of the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand, perched at an altitude of 1300 meters, The hill station attracts devotees and travelers alike from all parts of the state and country
Home to Lord Kedarnath and Lord Madhyamaheswar in the winters when Kedarnath becomes inaccessible due to heavy snowfall, Ukhimath is a deeply religious town with spirituality and devotion oozing through its lanes. Ukhimath also provides some great panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks which are covered in snow. It is a place fit for some time in solidarity and amidst a spirituality of significant religious centre.
Air: The nearest airport is at Dehradun which is 198 km away from Ukhimath. One can easily get a cab or catch a bus for Ukhimath from the airport.
Rail: The nearest rail head is at Rishikesh which is 174 km away from Ukhimath. One can easily get a cab or catch a bus for Ukhimath from the railway station.
Road: Ukhimath is very well connected by motorable roads to all parts of the state. Public and private buses as well as taxis regularly connect the town to nearby cities.
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