Location : In Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand
Altitude: 800 m
Climate : Summer: 300 C (maximum) and 15 0 C (minimum),
Winter: 240 C (maximum) and 00 C (minimum)
Best Time to Visit : All through the year but specially in the months of April to mid-July
At Rudrapryag, you can see natural beauty in its glory. Sometime back Rudraprayag was a part of the Chamoli and Tehri districts. However, in 1997, the Kedarnath valley and parts of district Tehri & Pauri were conjoined to form Rudraprayag as a new district.
The whole expanse of Rudraprayag is exalted with enormous splendor, many destinations of religious significance and glaciers. Named after Lord Shiva's Rudra avatar, Rudraprayag has the fortune of being the confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Mandakini.
Rudraprayag is known as the last stoppage point before pilgrimage treks to Kedarnath and Badrinath. Rudraprayag is dotted with temples which are significant from archeological as well as religious points of view.
Rudraprayag offers a number of beautiful tourist attractions. And almost all of these attractions are religious structures or related to nature. These tourist attractions wonderfully present the cultural, religious and historical significance to the visitor.
Gaurikund : Gaurikund, situated amidst pristine Himalayan environs, is located in the district of Rudraprayag in the hill state of Uttarakhand in India. At an elevation of 1, 982 meters above the sea level, Gaurikund offers breathtaking panoramic view of snow capped higher Himalayan peaks.
Guptkashi : Guptkashi, a place filled with serenity and tranquility, is located in the district of Rudraprayag within the hill state of Uttarakhand in India. Guptkashi is about 49 km from the famous Kedarnath.
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Rudraprayag offers innate splendor, places of spiritual significance, beautiful lakes and glaciers. The place is famous for the confluence of Rivers Alaknanda and Mandakini and one can distinctly see the water's shade merging from two different sources.