The Bhavishya Badari is at a distance of about 17 km east of Joshimath on Joshimath-Lata-Malari route and is at an altitude of 2744 m. Pilgrims trek beyond Tapovan up the Dhauliganga River to reach this holy spot. The idol of Narsimh (the god with the head of lion) is enshrined here. Traditionally it is believed that a day will come when the present route to the Badarinath will be inaccessible and the Lord Badarinath will be worshipped here and this is why the place is called Bhavishya Badari.
Air: Nearest airport is Jolly Grant, Dehradun (297 kms.)
Rail: The nearest railhead, Rishikesh, is 280 kms.
Road: Bhavishya Badari is connected by a motorable road up to Saldhar, which is 274 kms. from Rishikesh and 19 kms. from Joshimath. From Saldhar, pilgrims have to trek 6kms. up to the shrine.