Lal’s resort is an ideal stop over for pilgrims & tourists visiting Kedarnath shrine. Located in the village of Guptkashi, 18 Kms to Kedarnath. As soon as you step into the Lal’s resort, you will be mesmerized by the refreshing natural beauty, along with a perfect blend of convenience and comfort. Our dedicated staff ensures that the guests have a pleasant and memorable stay.
For all reservations advance payment should be made to hold the booking on confirmed basis and the balance amount can be paid upon the arrival but definitely before the commencement of the services. Management holds the right to decide upon the amount to be paid as advance.
A Free Bed For Kids
Children below 5 years may be accommodated in the same room with parents at no extra charge. Extra bed can be provided at an additional charge.
Delicious food with ample options to feast your taste buds during your stay will make you feel at home. You can enjoy wide range of exquisite cuisines and dishes. The food menu features all the delights of Indian cooking, which has imbibed the varied cultural influence of the region. You can get the taste of sumptuous vegetarian dishes – Indian, continental and Chinese, during your stay at Lal’s resort. All food is cooked under hygenic conditions and by experienced chefs.
Packed food is available for the convenience of pilgrims / guests on request.
Whether it's extravagance, comfort, coziness or mix of what you are looking for, Lal's resort is just the solution for you.
" We look forward to your stay with us "
Lal's Resort is situated within the vicinity of three halipads which adds to the convenience of the pilgrims and tourists and makes the Holy Darshan of kedarnath Ji most accessible.
The mythological significance of the Vishwanath temple is quite high as according to the the mythical legends, this is the place where Lord Shiva proposed Parvati ji for marriage. The main sanctum of the Vishwanath Temple houses the androgynous form of Lord Shiva,the Ardhanarishwara and his consort lady Parvati. The idols of Kaal Bhairava and Nandi is also present in the temple. There is also a small pond called the Manikarnika Kund in front of the temple gate. Shiva Linga is bathed by two springs representing the rivers Ganga and Yamuna. The Yamuna spring water comes out from a goumukh (nose in the shape of a chows mouth) and the Gange spring flows through trunk of an elephant strategically placed above the linga.
Sri Jakh Devta is the local lord of 14 villages around Guptkashi. Jakh Devta is incarnation of Lord Shiva. As per written Samvat 1111 it is believed that this temple is much much older than 900 years. On Vaishwat Sankranti day i.e. 14th April, sometimes 15th April Jakh Dina temple is visited by priests and dvotees from nearby villages and a big mela is organized after offering prayers the priest walks on the burning wood pile of silver Oak Trees and blesses the devotees.
This temple lies on lap of nature offering salubrious and divine environment legends believe that after killing devil Raktbeej, goddess Kali went underneath the ground at this place. A silver plate (Shri Yantra) covering a point where goddess entering the earth is worshipped by pilgrim and devotees. A second belief is that lower part of Goddess kali is worshipped in Kalimath temple and the upper part in Dhari Devi Temple near Srinagar. Lakhsmi Mata temple with famous perpetual fire is also located in the vicinity of Kalinath temple.
Chopta is a beautiful village in the Rudraprayag district of Uttrakhand. It is know for its virgin beauty and scenic landscape. The forest here is known for its rich variety of flora and fauna which adds to its natural beauty and makes it a perfect destination for Natural beauty and makes it a perfect destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts flocks for trekking and camping. This place is also called mini Switzerland.
Tungnath is one of the highest Shiva temples in the world and is the highest of the fire Panch Kedar temple located in the mountain range of Tunganath in Rudraprayag district. The Tunganath (literally means Lord o f the Peaks) mountains from the Mandakini and Alaknanda river valleys. It is the origin of Panch Kedar temples built by the Pandavas. The legend states that sage Vyas Rishi advised the Pandavas that since they were culpable of slaying their own relatives (Kauravas, their cousins) during the Mahabharata war or Kurukshetra war, their act could be pardoned only by Lord Shiva, consequently, the Pandavas went in search of Lord Shiva who was avoiding them since he was convinced of the guilt of Pandavas. In order to keep away from them, Lord Shiva took the form of a bull and went into hiding in an underground safe haven at Guptakashi, where Pandavas chased him. But later Shivas body in the form of bulls body parts rematerialized at five different locations that represent the “Panch Kedar” where Pandavas build temples of Lord Shiva at each location, to worship and seek pardon and blessings. Each one is identified with a part of his body. Tungnath is identified as the place where the bahu (hands) were seen.
Ukhimath is also known as winder Kedarnath and is famous for the Lord Shiva temple which houses the Lord in winters when Kedarnth is shut down. Ukhimath is also a very beautiful hill station providing great scenery of the Himalayas.
This ancient temple is dedicated to God Vishnu. Its fame is credited to the legend of God Shiva’s marriage to goddess Parvati witnessed by Lord Vishnu at this venue and is thus a popular pilgrimage centre. A special feature of this temple is that a perpetual fire burns from the time of divine marriage. Thus this temple is also known as Akhand Dhuni Temple.
Lakes reflect the heavens and Uttrakhand The land of Gods, is also blessed with a bounty of lakes and Tals which adds to their natural beauty. Devtal lake is a very good picnic spot with its virgin natural beauty.
It is a Hindu pilgrimage site and base camp for trek to Kedarnath temple. According to Hindu Mythology, Gauri committed to a penance involving many ascetic and yogic practices to win over Shiva’s affections. Local Traditions claim that Gauri Kund is the spot where Gauri lived while carrying out those practices and it was here that Lord Shiva finally admitted his love for her. They were married at Triyuginarayan. There are hot spring in Gauri Kund and they are converted to bathing places.