Rudranath Temple



Passing through the glorious mountain ranges of Himalaya tourist will reach the land of Hindu god and goddess.

Rudranath temple in Gaurikund is situated amidst the thick woods of Uttaranchal. The mountain formation in the area is strange and if looked at closely, resembles the face of Lord Shiva, and is thus known as 'Rudramukh'. The word 'Mukh' means face, and the word 'Rudra' refers to Lord Shiva. This place is situated at a height of 2,286meters and is surrounded by pristine nature and mountainous flora. In this place Lord Shiva is worshipped as 'Neelkantha'. The idyllic ambience and the unspoilt nature make the place more pious and sacred for the devotees.

Not only the domestic tourists, but the international tourists too, will always find nirvana in the Himalayan ranges. The land and the spirituality associated with it make a perfect combination for the people who want to enjoy their holidays in Uttaranchal.

Arrive at Rudrakund


Air:
Jolly grant is the nearest airport. Which is 225 kms from the Kedarmath than 14 kms trekking to Rudrakund.

Rail
: Nearest railway station at Haridwar. which is 207 km by road and the rest 14-km is on trekking.

Road: Kedarnath is accessible on foot from Gaurikund, which is linked by road with Haridwar , Rishikesh, Dehradun, and other important hill stations of Garhwai and Kumaon Hills.

Bus:
The Bus service is available at Haridwar, Rishikesh for Gaurikund.
The distance are given below:
Rishikesh to Kedamath 223 km, via Deoprayag 70 km, Srinagar 35 km, Rudraprayag 34 km, Tilwara 9 km, Kund 25 km, Guptkashi 5 km, Rampur 10 km, Sonprayag 3 km Gaurikund 5 km, Rambara 7 km, Garurchatti 4 km, Sri Kedarnath 3 km.