The whole route to ek dham yatra is different, as you travel to any of the pilgrim whether Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamnotri or Gangotri. When you trek to ek dham it takes around 3 to 4 days to cover it and to reach your destination. Badrinath is a land of myriad legends, each one only adding to the glory of this place. Along with these legends, the snowy mountain peaks, gracefully flowing Alaknanda River and incredible landscapes create the perfect background to facilitate a spiritual connection. The temple is the highest among the 12 Jyotirlingas dedicated to Lord Shiva. This abode of Lord Shiva can only be reached from Gaurikund through a trek and remains closed for the six months of winters due to heavy snowfall. Kedar is another name of Lord Shiva, the protector, and the destroyer, and it’s believed that a journey to this sacred land opens up doorways to "Moksha" or salvation. Gangotri is the main religious places among the four Char Dham pilgrimage circuit, situated in Uttarkashi, is closely related to Goddess Ganga, the river that we know as Ganges. The shrine of Gangotri is situated at an elevation of 3048 mts, amidst sylvan surroundings, constitutes one of the most important pilgrimages for the devout Hindus and emits a highly pious aura. Yamunotri is the first and western most stop of the religious pilgrimage of Char Dham yatra. It is located at the foothill of the Kalind Parvat at a height of 3185mts.