This confluence is dark and mostly in the shadows. To make this confluence the river Alaknanda, the main tributary of the Ganga, rises near Badrinath and flows down to meet the Dhauli Ganga River, 10 kms north of Joshimath at VishnuPrayag. It cuts a deep gorge into the mountains.
Vishnu Prayag, 1372 m, has an ancient temple of Lord Vishnu which stands here next to a pool called Vishnu Kund.
How to reach ?
|The nearest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun which is about 280 km away from Vishnuprayag. One can easily get a cab or catch a bus on the Rishikesh-Devaprayag-Rudraprayag-Nandprayag-Joshimath route.|
|The nearest rail head is at Rishikesh. One can easily get a cab till Vishnuprayag or catch a bus fro Vishnuprayag.|
|Vishnuprayag is well connected by motorable roads to different parts of the state. Public and private buses make trips in and out of the city on regular basis connecting it to nearby towns and cities.|
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