Kedarkantha v/s Brahmatal

The top winter snow hikes in India would surely include Kedarkantha or Brahmatal. What if you had to pick between the two, though? Are some better than the others?

The problem is straightforward, but the answer is challenging. Before choosing, I think you should go to both.

Let's quickly review some information about these two excursions. These two simple trekking routes, both of which are appropriate for novices in the winter, share a lot of similarities. But we must choose one, right?

The information above does not assist you in making a decision, but it does support the fact that you can select any of them given their similarities in a variety of areas. Isn't it tough to determine whether is easier or more difficult? The variation of the terrain is also relatively comparable due to their close heights.

One of the following factors will help you choose between the Kedarkantha and Brahmatal treks:

Kedarkantha or Brahmatal, in order: Which hike should you take when?
The amount of snow on both hikes varies somewhat even though they are both winter snow excursions. Any of these journeys must be planned based on the anticipated snow conditions. Otherwise, you run the risk of hiking on icy or snow-free trails.

Mid-November to late December: Kedarkantha often experiences earlier snowfall than Brahmatal. You should visit Kedarkantha in the early winter if you want to see snow. There might not be enough snow on the Brahmatal trail for walking.

Brahmatal typically receives two-thirds of its annual snowfall between late December and late January. While Kedarkantha's snowpack keeps growing. The two treks are yours to select. Here, there is no definite victor.

Early winter snow conditions are harsh and challenging in February and early March. Kedarkantha is very challenging to summit and is frequently covered in thick snow. Specifically, Brahmatal