This Religious temple  is blessed by lord Shiva and therefore is located at a height of 3,553 metres on the riverbank of Mandakini, a stream of the Ganga. Because this is where the Pandavas are claimed to have spent their time conducting penance to Lord Shiva, it is a very important Hindu pilgrimage destination. The only way to get there is to hike uphill for 18 kilometres from Gaurikund. Because of its elevation, Kedarnath gets unusually cold weather, which can be unpredictable at times.

January:

1 ° c Celsius is the highest temperature.

-14 degrees C is the lowest temperature.

Kedarnath, located at an elevation of 11,755 feet on the banks of the Ganga, receives intense, chilling cold during the winter season. During certain months, trekking and pilgrimage are prohibited.

February:

-2.3 degrees Celsius is the maximum temperature.

-6.9 degrees Celsius is the minimum temperature.

The cold is less severe during these seasons than it is in January. Snowfall is also a typical occurrence throughout the winter months.

March:

6 degrees Celsius is the highest temperature that may be reached.

-3.5 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

During these months, the weather remains quite chilly. However, the average temperature climbs this month, and the noticeable difference may be felt.

April:

Temperature at its highest point: 10.8 degrees Celsius

1 ° c Celsius is the lowest temperature.

This is the month that the Kedarnath Yatra begins, with people from all over the world travelling to the site for Darshan. This month, though, remains bitterly chilly.

May:

14.8 degrees Celsius is the highest temperature recorded.

0.5 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

This is one of the greatest and most enjoyable times to visit or journey to this location. Nature, on the other hand, has a habit of surprising us with unexpected snowfall.

June:

Temperature at its highest point: 17.1 degrees Celsius

6.8 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

This month’s temperatures remain moderate but exceedingly nice. The environmental conditions will be pleasant and agreeable for tourists.

July:

16.5 degrees Celsius is the highest temperature.

8.2 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

The summer months in Kedarnath are characterised by a calming and refreshing breeze. Because modest winter apparel is advised, it has never been totally summer. This month marks the beginning of the monsoon season.

August:

Temperature at the highest point: 16 degrees Celsius

8.1 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

During this season, there are a lot of visitors and pilgrims. The cold breeze continues and is accompanied by rain.

September:

The highest temperature recorded was 14.3 degrees Celsius.

5.3 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

The rainy season will last until the end of the month, and it will be accompanied by a gradual cooling effect. It’s a beautiful time of year.

October:

Temperature at its highest point: 10.6 degrees Celsius

0.1 degree Celsius is the lowest temperature.

This is the month that the winter season officially begins, and the nice and relaxing breeze gives way to brisk wind.

November:

Temperature at its highest point: 6.9 degrees Celsius

-3.6 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

Sharp cold gusts and subzero temperatures are forecast for this month, and roads will be closed due to a thick blanket of snow. All routes to the Mandir are closed.

December:

Temperature at the highest point: 3.7 degrees Celsius

-6.5 degrees Celsius is the lowest temperature.

This is the month of the freezing cold winter, when temperatures drop below 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Tourists, trekkers, and visitors are at a minimum during this season.

Kedarnath’s summers are mild, as is expected of Himalayan environment, while the winter weather are exceedingly challenging and severe. Summer is good for sightseeing, temple visits, and exploring neighbouring attractions. In the summer, the mean temperature is about 17 °. The monsoons are challenging, and the area has seen heavy rains on numerous occasions, most notably in 2013. The temperature during the monsoon season is around 12 degrees. Winters are harsh, complicated, and uninhabitable. From November to April, Lord Kedarnath’s palki is relocated to its winter residence near Guptkashi — Ukhimath. This time of year, the weather has always been negative!

Accommodations of the highest quality

There is a large government-managed tented colony, and also cottages and guestrooms owned by. These are enough to house thousands of pilgrims and guests. Hotels, guesthouses are also offered.

Many people have begun to travel by helicopter, and so stay sites may include Phata, Rampur, Gaurikund, Sitapur, and others.

Restaurants with the best food

Unfortunately, the only options for quality cuisine here are highway dhabas and meals booths. The food available is largely of the north Indian variety. Of course, considering Kedarnath’s hallowed status in Hinduism, that’s no surprise both alcohol and non-vegetarian meals are not served/are prohibited.