Madhyamaheshwar Temple Travel Guide

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Madhyamaheshwar Temple Travel Guide Uttarakhand


Madhyamaheshwar, with its lovely peaks and natural elegance, has some of the best scenic views in Uttarakhand. This holy site is located in the Garhwal region and is part of the Rudraprayag district. Madhyamaheshwar, considered to be the location where Lord Shiva’s stomach as a bull fell, is one of the Panch Kedar, which attracts a large number of devotees.

Madhyamaheshwar can only be reached on foot, and only after putting in significant effort to trudge through a difficult trail with, of course, rewarding views. The place is surrounded by snow-capped Himalayan Mountains, lush green alpine meadows, and dense forest, all of which contribute to making Madhyamaheshwar quite picturesque and, of course, serene.

This pilgrimage site in Uttarakhand is also the starting point for some high-altitude treks, such as Kanchani Tal, that are only for the brave at heart. Our Madhyamaheshwar travel guide is jam-packed with information on the best places to visit and amazing things to do, making it a must-have for anyone looking for an unforgettable travel experience.

Best Time to Visit Madhyamaheshwar Temple

The temperature remains cool and chilly throughout the year, but summer is more pleasant and the best time to visit. Furthermore, the Madhyamaheshwar Temple is open during this time. It is also ideal to visit between the months of October and March.

Summers

The season is mildly hot, and it is the best time to visit the temple because it is closed during the winter. Summer in Madhyamaheshwar lasts from May to August, with temperatures ranging between 20°C and 30°C. Furthermore, summer is the ideal season for visiting nearby tourist attractions.

Monsoon

Monsoon is a less desirable time to visit Madhyamaheshwar. The monsoon season lasts from July to September. The area receives moderate rainfall during this time, but trekking is impossible due to the slick surface.

Winters

Even though the temple is closed during the winter, many tourists visit to enjoy the mystic views of the Himalayan hills and to trek. During this time, the temperature ranges between 0°C and 15°C. Madhyamaheshwar’s winter season begins in November and lasts until April.

Hotels in Madhyamaheshwar Temple

When it comes to lodging, Madhyamaheshwar does not have many options. Trekkers and pilgrims set up tents for camping in Madhyamaheshwar to enjoy the town’s natural beauty. There is, however, lodging available in the nearby Sagar Village. There are decent budget hotels there that cater to the basic needs of the guests. Rudraprayag and Ukhimath have a variety of lodging options.

How to Reach Madhaymaheshwar Temple

Madhyamaheshwar does not have its own railway station or airport due to its location in the hilly terrain. The location is one of the few travel destinations where getting it is difficult. The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport, and the nearest railway station is in Haridwar. In addition, the temple can be reached by trekking.

By Air

Ukhimath is 222 kilometers from Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun. From the airport, take a taxi to Ukhimath, from which tourists must travel to Unaina. From there, visitors must trek for more than 21 kilometers to reach Madhyamaheshwar Temple.

By Train

Haridwar is the nearest railway station from Madhyamaheshwar, which is 204 kilometers away from Ukhimath. Taxis and buses are available from there to Ukhimath, and from there you must travel to Unaina to begin the trek to the temple.

By Road

There are numerous buses and taxi services available from Delhi to Haridwar and Dehradun, from where one can change buses or take a cab to Ukhimath, from where the trek to Madhyamaheshwar begins.

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