Geographical Facts
Badrinath is located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand forming part of the Himalayan zone. Chamoli was once part of Garhwal district but gained its own identity in 1960 when it became a separate district. To the North lies Uttar Kashi. Almora is in the South East and Pithorgarh is in the South West with Rudraprayag to the South West.

Tehri Garhwal is in the West. The terrain is rocky and mountainous with deep gorges and tall, snow covered mountain peaks and the vegetation is Himalayan with deodar and pine trees. Badrinath is part of the Garhwal hills and is located between Nar and Narayana Mountain ranges just off the Nilkanth peak, about 301 km from Rishikesh.
Char Dham Travel Guide

Badrinath Temple
History & Significance
Geographical Facts
Badrinath Temperature
Places to See
Distance to Badrinath
How to Reach ?
Puja in Badrinath
Badrinath Photos
Badrinath Helicopter Packages
 
Kedarnath Temple
History & Significance
Geographical Facts
Kedarnath Temperature
Places to See
Distance to Kedarnath
How to Reach ?
Puja in Kedarnath
Kedarnath Photos
Kedarnath Helicopter Packages
 
Gangotri Temple
Gaumukh
History & Significance
Geographical Facts
Gangotri Temperature
Places to See
Distance to Gangotri
How to Reach ?
Gangotri Photos
Gangotri Helicopter Packages
 
Yamunotri Temple
History & Significance
Geographical Facts
Yamunotri Temperature
Places to See
Distance to Yamunotri
How to Reach
Puja in Yamunotri
Yamunotri Photos
Yamunotri Helicopter Packages
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