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Mandakini River, Kedarnath


Mandakini River, a tributary of the River Alaknanda originates from the Charabari glacier. The river, after being fed by the River Vasukiganga at Sonprayag meets River Alaknanda at Rudraprayag, and finally merges into Bhagirathi in Devprayag to forms the holy River Ganga.

River Mandakini has more of class 3 rapids and a few class 4 and 5 rapids, which make it ideal for kayaking and rafting. Moreover, there is a small bridge situated behind Kedarnath Temple, which can be used for crossing the river.


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