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One of the most integral Dhams of the Chota Char Dham Yatra is a tour to Yamunotri Temple, including sightseeing of Kedarnath, Badrinath and Gangotri temples. The Yamunotri Temple is the abode of Goddess Yamuna, where she resides at the peak of 10,804 feet above the sea level.
Devotees from across the country wishes to take a glimpse of the Goddess during their journey to the Char Dham. The beautiful temple is situated magnificently on the left of the river Yamuna and was initially constructed by Tehri Garhwal’s King Maharaja Pratap Singh.
The best time to visit yamunotri is from the month of May to June and from the month of September to the month of November. The period till the month of March remains winter season and the temperature falls below 0 degree Celsius. Such a season is thus strictly avoid by the yatra pilgrims to avoid any kind of interference during their visit.
Yamunotri is easily accessible through air, roads, and rails thus the query regarding how to reach yamunotri, can be resolve very easily.
By Air: Avail the nearest Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun which is located at a distance of 195.6 kilometers from Yamunotri. You can book a cab or a taxi till Phool Chatti and from there, you need to follow a trek route via Janki Chatti to reach Yamunotri.
By Train: Go by train either to the Dehradun Railway Station or to the Rishikesh Railway Station. Hire a taxi, ride a bus, or book a cab from the railway station to reach Phool Chatti. You may also get shared jeeps or similar vehicles. From there, do a trek from Janki Chatti to Yamunotri which is about 5 kilometers.
By Road: It is considered as the best route to reach Yamunotri as it is well-connected to the roads of yamunotri, till Phool Chatti, via Dehradun and Barkot. However, if you plan to come by the Haridwar-Rishikesh route, then you will have to follow the Dharasu bifurcation point.
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