Most people inspect the road condition on the Chardham route leading to high-altitude locations. Due to landslides and harsh weather, the paths to high-altitude locations could be more precise.
The most fortunate pilgrimage in Hinduism is called the Chardham Yatra. Millions of worshippers travel the high hills of Uttarakhand, where the Char Dhams are located. The sacred sites of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri are frequently visited by pilgrims seeking blessings. From April-May through October-November, all of Chardham’s shrines are accessible to visitors.
The rain severely impacts the roads since all the Char Dham of the small circle are located between the hills of Uttarakhand. From late June until mid-August, Chardham has moderate to heavy rains. Landslides also happen often during this period, making the route dangerous for traffic. In the monsoon season, traffic congestion brought on by roadblocks is a significant issue for the Char Dham Yatra. Fewer pilgrims go to the sites with landslides and severe rain during the Chardham Yatra.
The Chardham Yatra is proceeding without significant problems, per the most recent update. Drive cautiously. The Chardham Road Project is ongoing, and occasionally pilgrims may be diverted to alternate routes owing to roadblocks by the working firm. For Kedarnath and Badrinath, Chardham pilgrims might choose alternate routes.
Route 1 of the alternate: Delhi to Kotdwar to Pauri to Srinagar
Route 2: Rishikesh, Devprayag, Gaja, and Delhi
The most recent road conditions for all Char Dham shrines are available here, making it easier to plan and visit Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri shrines. Learn the most current state of the Char Dham shrines’ roads.
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