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Kedarnath Weather & Temperature

Kedarnath is a beautiful temple situated amidst the lap of the Himalayas in the state of Uttarakhand. The shrine is located about 3,583 metres (11,755 ft) above sea level. Kedarnath has fantastic weather, which shows the different colours of Kedarnath Temple every season. From being covered in snow to the rays of the Sun to the drizzle of rain, it makes Kedarnath a place special. Moreover, being situated between Kedar Dome and the Kedar valley, its geographical outline is near a river bank, from where the icy winds blow. Due to this, its average temperature goes up to 10 °C. The maximum temperature is 20 °C, and the minimum temperature goes up to -25 °C. Below we will see, how is Kedarnath weather during summer, monsoon and winter season.

Kedarnath in Summers: (May to June)

Kedarnath in Summer Season

If someone says which is the best season to visit Kedarnath? So, of course, the answer would be summer. However, May to June offers you favourable weather ideal for a Kedarnath Trip. It will be the best season for travellers visiting by car or the one who wants to visit Kedarnath by helicopter. Because at this time, the temperature is 15 ° C to 25 ° C, precipitation is 6%, the wind is 8 km / h, and humidity is 62%.

Kedarnath in May: The temperature in May ranges from 15 °C to 20 °C. About 10% rain and 58% humidity. Post-April and in the early weeks of May, most of the snow from Kedarnath melts due to the sun’s heat, making the way worth walking. The average temperature this month is around 14 °C to 17 °C.

Kedarnath in June: June is the most ideal month for Kedarnath Yatra, as it sees less rainfall than other months. The minimum temperature in June goes around 10 °C to 27 °C.

Kedarnath in Monsoon: (July to September)

Kedarnath becomes a landslide-prone area during the monsoon season between July to September. This can lead to delays in travel due to blockage in the routes. The temperature of Kedarnath ranges from 15°C to 12°C during the monsoon season. The monsoon starts in Kedarnath in mid-July, and the region receives average rainfall during this time. As a result, the temperature ranges between 6 °C and 15 °C. 

Kedarnath in July: Temperature stays around 20 degrees, the rainy season starts, and sometimes the rains become very heavy, causing landslides that break the mountain roads, causing a lot of trouble to the commuters.

Kedarnath in August: August is a heavy rainy month, affecting the Kedarnath Yatra, with the average temperature hovering around 15°C. It is suggested not to visit Kedarnath during this time.

Kedarnath in September: The average temperature is around 17 °C in September. The end of the rains begins this month, but the roads are still challenging. If you’re coming in September, we will suggest you to around mid-September i.e., the best time for char dham yatra or a single Kedarnath Dham Yatra.

Kedarnath in Winters: (October to March)

The doors are closed only at the beginning of winter. This is because the winter season completely covers the Kedarnath shrine with snowfall. And, the average temperature drops below -15 °C, making it impossible for pilgrims to reach Kedarnath Dham. Therefore, the months from October to March are unsuitable for visiting the Kedarnath temple.

Kedarnath in October: Winter begins in October, and the temperature ranges from 1 °C to 3 °C in the afternoon and goes down further in the evening or at night. During this, it is advisable to wear warm Unni clothes before travelling. During October, Kedarnath Temple is open for pilgrims.

Kedarnath in November: Kedarnath temple doors are entirely closed in November due to heavy snowfall. All the travel routes are wholly covered with snow. At this time, the temperature becomes – 2 °C.

Kedarnath from December to March: The average temperature of Kedarnath goes up to -20 ° C due to extreme cold and snowfall in winter. At this time, the journey comes to a complete halt.

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