The month of September is always considered good for the high altitude trekking. The monsoons are over and with the rains is gone the winter snow. Its a time when snow is generally very less and thus poses less problems. The sky's
clear and pictures taken are great.
More or less everyone has heard about Ganga. It originates from Gaumukh, which has been moving back year after year and is presently 18 Kms from Gangotri, where Bhagirathi sat meditating to get Ganga from Heaven to earth.
These days pilgrims reach Gangotri by transport, which brings them to 100 meters from the temple. Some adventurous move ahead and go on to Gaumukh. However, few move up along the Kedar ganga, which joins the Bhagirathi few meters after the temple on its left bank. Well the trek leads to Kedartal.