Tourism: Lake known as Shiva`s Lake Kedar Tal
Kedartal (otherwise called Shiva’s lake) is a frigid lake situated at a height of 4,750 meters (15,580 ft) in the Garhwal district of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand and a cool place for tourism lovers. The lake is bolstered by the snowfall over Thalay Sagar (6,904 m), Meru (6,672 m), Bhrigupanth (6,772 m) and other encompassing pinnacles, and is the wellspring of Kedar Ganga, which in Hindu folklore is viewed as Shiva’s commitment to Bhagirathi (a source-stream of the Ganges).
Kedartal, at a separation of 17 km from Gangotri, is a prevalent trekking goal. Beginning from Gangotri the course includes a precarious rough move along the thin Kedar Ganga glut on the way to Bhojkharak, 8 km away. From that point it is 4 km to the following accessible campground of Kedarkharak, and a further 5 km to Kedartal. The course goes through grand Himalayan birch woodlands however is made dangerous in spots by falling rocks, high height, and portions of soak rising.
One can watch Bharal (blue sheep), Goral, Himalayan wild bear and an extraordinary assortment of flying creatures amid this trek. In spite of the fact that somewhat difficult now and again, the consummation of the trek offers some exceptionally compensating minutes!