• India
  • Uttarakhand
  • Champawat
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  • 5280FT
  • Hindi,Kumaoni
  • All round the year
  • Tanakpur
  • Pantnagar
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Champawat Attractions/Places to See/Local Sightseeing

The people of Champawat are rich in cultural heritage and they still perform the rituals and fairs with equal interest, which they used to perform in 10th century. Champawat is one of the easternmost town of Uttarakhand state perched at an elvation of 1,670mts above sea level.Champawat has a wide variety of fauna and flora as almost 65 per cent of the district is covered with fauna and flora. Teak, Babool, Eucalyptus, Sagon Bail and Jamun are some of the important trees found in the district. A large variety of minerals are ores are available in the hills of Champawat. The important attractions are Baleshwar temple and Nagnath temple which displays fine architectural excellence. Another popular attractions of Champawat is 'Ek Hathiya Ka Naula' which is 4-5 kms from Champawat. Other notable attractions are Mayawati Ashram at Lohaghat, Reetha Sahib on the Lohaghat -Devidhura road. You can visit Champawat any time of the year but try to avoid the monsoon months.

Baleshwar Temple #1

Baleshwar temple was built by the rulers of Chand Dynasty in the 16th century. The deity of the Baleshwar temple is Lord Shiva. Baleshwar Temple is one of the most artistic temple of Kumaon region with innovative and precise stone carving work.

Ek Hathiya Ka Naula #2

It is a beautifully carved work on stone. Ek Hathiya ka Naula is situated 5km from Champawat and it was constructed in just one night by a one handed artisan.

Kranteshwar Mahadev #3

It is a scenic spot dedicated to Goddess Kali, situated at a distance of 5kms from champawat. The views of the snow capped Himalayan peaks are invigorating from here.

Patal Rudreshwar #4

It is believed that Lord Shiva used to meditate at this peaceful cave. Many rishis and yogis meditated in this cave to acquire salvation. Patal Rudreshwar was discovered in the year 1993 when Goddess Durga appeared in the dream of a local boy and told him about the location of Patal Rudreshwar. The cave has a length of approximately 40 mts and width of 18mts.

Meetha Reetha Sahib #5

Situated 72kms from Champawat, Reetha Sahib is an important Sikh pilgrim centre. The Gurudwara is situated at the confluence of Lodhiya and Ratiya rivers, near village Deyuri.

Lohaghat #6

Lohaghat is a popular destination in the Kumaon region situated 13kms from Champawat at an elevation of 1745mts above sea level. Lohaghat holds great historical and mythological importance and it is situated on the banks of Lohawati River.

Devidhura #7

Devidhura is an old town, situated about 58 km from Lohaghat, in the backdrop of the high Himalayan Mountains. This town is full of dense forests having oak and deodar trees, which meet with the three districts of Champawat, Almora and Pithoragarh.

Purnagiri #8

Purnagiri is situated at a height of 3000 m above the main sea level and is located at about 20 km from Tanakpur. It is further 92 km from the district headquarters, Champawat and is famous for a festival held during Chaitra Navratri between March and April. Kali River descends into the plains, where it is called as Sharda River.

Pancheshwar #9

Pancheshwar is situated at a distance of 40 km from Lohaghat, near the confluence of Saryu and Kali Rivers. This place shares its border with Nepal and is known for its Chaumu Temple, where local inhabitants worship the Jaat of Chaumu.

Nagnath Temple #10

Nagnath Temple is one of the oldest shrines in the Champawat District, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. There is a double storey wooden structure along with a carved doorway at this temple, which represents the traditional Kumaoni architectural style. In 18th century, the temple was partially destroyed by the Gorkha and Rohilla invaders, but now the temple is in a better condition than earlier.

Mayawati Ashram #11

Mayawati Ashram, also called the Advaita Ashram, is found at a distance of 22km from Champawat. it's perched at an elevation of 1940 m higher than sea level and attracts a large numbers of tourists from India and abroad. It was during the third visit of swami Vivekananda to Almora in 1898 that he determined to shift the publication workplace of 'Prabuddha Bharat' to Mayawati from Madras.

Chaumu Temple #12

Chaumu Temple, dedicated to the Hindu Lord Shiva, is a popular religious site, that is visited by a large range of devotees year-round . Lord Shiva is worshipped here because the defender of animals and is offered bells and milk by devotees. The annual Uttarayani Mela is celebrated here on the occasion of Makar Sankranti. Tourists in large numbers visit the destination to be an area of the Chaumu Jaat Yatra.

Fishing #13

Located on the banks of the famous Mahakali river in Kumaon, the Pancheshwar fishing retreat is a unique destination that promises incredible experiences for 'anglers', 'rafters', bird watchers and nature lovers.Pancheshwar is a serene place located at the foothills of India and Nepal border, on the confluence of River Sharda and River Kali near Lohaghat in Champawat district in Uttarakhand.

Banasur Ka Kila #14

Banasur Ka Kila is an old fort perched at an elevation of 1859 m on top of sea level. it's placed at a distance of 7 km from Lohaghat and is believed to have been made throughout the middle age. As per a legend, Banasur was a demon killed by Lord Krishna

Barahi Temple #15

Barahi Temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Barahi, is located in Devidhura, that is at a distance of 58 km from Champawat. Tourists will see giant stones within the premises of the temple, that are believed to have been used as balls by the Pandavas (the mythological kings and warriors of the great Hindu epic ‘the Mahabharata’).

Gwal Devta #16

Gwal Devta, also known as Goril and Goll, is the ‘deity of justice’. there's a temple dedicated to the god at Gwarail Chaur. according to a traditional knowledge, the god was the prince of the Katyuri dynasty who was thrown into the river.

Aditiya Temple #17

Aditya Temple is an ancient temple situated in the Ramak Village, encircled by peaks, flower valleys, and lush green forests. a large range of devotees visit the shrine to offer their prayer to the Hindu God Surya. according to a belief, this shrine was designed by the kings of the Chand dynasty. Tourists also can visit the Adi and also the Bhumia temples situated near .

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