Surrounded by colossal valleys, the divine Vishnuprayag attracts several pilgrims to enrapture in the spirituality of this place. Many pilgrims while commencing the Char Dham pilgrimage take a holy dip in the water of Vishnuprayag. If you visit in summer, you can head to the Valley of Flowers.
Vishnuprayag forms one of the Panchprayags with Rudraprayag, Karnaprayag, Nandaprayag and Devprayag being the other four. You will come across Vishnuprayag if you are going on to Badrinath on your chardham yatra. This place of pilgrimage is located about 10 km from Joshimath in Chamoli, which is also the point from where one goes on to Badrinath. Vishnuprayag is where the holy Alaknanda meets the Dhauliganga after it originates at Chaukhambha and passes by Badrinath temple.