Gurdwara Gobind Ghat Sahib
This is Gurudwara at way of Hemkunt Sahib. This is the place from where journey on foot starts because no vehicle can go forward to it to Hemkunt Sahib.
Gobind Ghat is also a confluence of Alaknanda and Hem Ganga. The water of Hem Ganga comes down from Hemkunt Sarovar. From Gobind Ghat one road leads to Hemkunt Sahib and the other to the historical temple of Badri Nath.
This Gurdwara was built under the supervision of Havaldar Mohan Singh in 1944-45 A.D.
There is also a big Hall for the purpose of Langar. The next journey from Gobind Ghat to Gobind Dham has to be completed by foot, so the travellers deposit their heavy luggage in this Gurdwara. They take with them umbrellas, a special type of stick and some medicines and edible things. The distance between Gobind Ghat and Gobind Dham is 12 Kilometers.
Gobind Ghat is situated at an altitude of 6000 feet above sea level.