Adventure sports - river rafting in Ganges, Uttarakhand , Rishikesh India

Rudraprayag to Rishikesh : One of the mainstream yet strenuous runs is the 150km run from Rudraprayag to Rishikesh. Rudraprayag is arranged at the juncture of the Alakananda and the shiny dull Mandakini streams, two of the fundamental tributaries of the Ganga. The beginning stage is arranged somewhat further from the primary town of Rudraprayag. It is a four hour run from Rudraprayag to the town of Srinagar through smooth extends, an arrangement of rapids, bubbling whirlpools and solidifying temperatures. It is hazardous when the water level is low, since sharp shakes at the surface can tear a flatboat separated. The stretch from Srinagar to Devprayag where the Bhagirathi and the Alakananda waterways meet and make the Ganga, is unpleasant. Between the whipping rapids there are long extends of level water. 

From Devprayag to Kaudiyala is an additional four hours cool ride where rapids are rare. From Kaudiyala, the stretch to Shivpuri which takes 5-6 hrs of rafting and onto Rishikesh is a reasonably requesting one, with the evaluation IV fast called 'The Wall' at Byasi and the less evaluated colossal whipping waves of rapids as the Roller Coaster (review III), Clubhouse and the Golf Course, 4km underneath Shivpuri village. The stretch around 70km from Devprayag to Shivpuri is multigraded, however close to the last sign post in front of Rishikesh the Ganga turns smooth. The campaign takes in the vicinity of four or five days hinging upon the pace. The run is beautiful through the thickly forested Himalayan foothills. There are normal transports to Rudraprayag from Rishikesh and Haridwar.

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