Badrinath Hill Station

Nestled among Nar and Narayan mountain ranges, Badrinath is the most important sacred town in the Chamoli District in Uttarakhand. It is gifted with undulating peaks, natural beauty, hallowed ponds and picture book panoramas. All these make for an exhilarating place for travelers seeking peace and pleasure. It derives its name from the sacred shrine of Badrinath and it is the place where berries can be seen in abundance. The beautiful hill station is lying at an elevation of 10,800 ft above sea level on the banks of Alaknanda River. Moreover, it is among the four chardham pilgrimage sites of India. In the former time, devotees would walk miles to make it to the holy site. It is also a door to many trekking routes headed to peaks as Nilkantha. Apart from emerald beauty, it tenders superb opportunity for those who love adventure and exciting activities.

Attractions in Badrinath :Badrinath Temple

Badrinath Temple : A scared temple at an altitude of 3133m above the sea level, Badrinath is known as the most sacred shrine of the Hindus. The temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu and the myth says that the temple has been renovated many times since its inception. Moreover, It remains closed in the months of winters due to heavy snowfall and one can take a blessing of several gods and goddesses within the temple between May and October.

Brahma Kapal : Situated on the banks of Alakananda River, Brahma Kapal carries the legendary tale that it was the site where Lord Shiva alleviated from his curse of slaughtering Brahma. One can also pay a visit to Charanpaduka and the Mala Murthy temple located within a walking distance of this place.

Narad Kund : Surrounded by verdant greenery, Narad Kund is among the most renowned sacred centers in the hallowed town of Badrinath. Here, one can take a sacred dip in the kund before setting out for a consecrated darshan.

Tapt Kund : Deemed to be the sacred home of Lord Agni, Tapt Kund is a place where pilgrims take sacred dip in the holy kund to release from the sins committed in life. A dip in the hot water spring renders refreshing experience to all the pilgrims coming from wide and far.

Charanpaduka : A beautiful rock having the footprints of God Vishnu, Charanpaduka is situated at an altitude of 3380ft amid the scenic beauty in the beautiful state of Uttarakhand. One must pay a visit to this lovely site on a tour to Badrinath to have the best experience of lifetime.

Vasudhara FallsVasudhara Falls : Just 4 kms from the town, Vasundhara falls is enveloped by undulating lofty peaks and bright green beauty that entice the travelers a lot on their holidays in Badrinath. Although a challenging place to reach, the falls entice the people with its magical charm and salubrious weather.


It is an important Hindu sacred town with several hotels in Badrinath, providing lush facilities and services with spectacular sights of the surroundings. Most of the hotels in Badrinath are positioned among snow capped mountains offering easy access to the shrine and numerous attractions of the town.


Badrinath has a pleasing weather all throughout the year. May to June is pleasant with average temperature of 180C and the months of winters like October, November, December, January and February are cold with a minimum temperature of 50C.

Getting there

By Air: The closest airport to make it to Badrinath is Jolly Grant Airport, around 180 miles away. Foreigners can also get down at nearest international airport located in New Delhi, about 491 km away.

By Rail: The closest railway stations to arrive at Badrinath would beHaridwar, just 190 miles away. These stations are connected to the major cities of India through rail. And one can easily get a taxi or a bus heading to this holy town of Badrinath.

By Road: State owned bus services are also available from the main cities of India such as Rishikesh, Haridwar, Delhi and many other cities around this place.