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"A myriad of attractions, harmoniously blends nature and spirituality"

About Pithoragarh

Pithoragarh is a town and district headquarter, nestled in the Himalayas, at an altitude of 1,627 metres (5,338 feet), in the Kumaun Division of Uttarakhand State. This charming place is often called "Little Kashmir" due to its natural beauty. Not only does Pithoragarh boast of enchanting landscapes, but it also serves as an educational hub for the district, hosting several colleges and institutes. The town is governed by a Nagar Palika and exudes a blend of urbanity and rustic charm.

As one explores Pithoragarh and its surroundings, she/he will be captivated by a myriad of attractions, that harmoniously blend nature and spirituality. The Khaliya Top viewpoint or the enchanting Patal Bhuvaneshwar Cave Temple cannot be missed. The revered Nanda Devi Temple and peaceful Narayan Ashram are also worth visiting. Other notable spots include the awe-inspiring Panchchuli Massif, the Kalamuni Temple, the insightful Tribal Heritage Museum, the ancient Jageshwar Dham temple complex, and the refreshing Birthi Waterfall.

From March to November, Pithoragarh transforms into a welcoming retreat, with each season unveiling a unique aspect of the town’s beauty.

Pithoragarh offers a range of thrilling adventures that allow visitors to connect with nature; from feeling the breeze during a hike, to admiring the sky while paragliding. Nature lovers can also enjoy walks or scenic cycling trails. For those who love shopping, Pithoragarh’s Purana Bazar and Cinema Line are must-visit destinations, where one can explore and purchase handloom, handicrafts, brass artifacts, cozy woolen garments, and trekking gear.

In the embrace of Pithoragarh, one doesn’t just witness landscapes; one truly experiences nature at its best and returns home with cherished memories of a place, where tranquillity and adventure exist harmoniously.

How to reach Pithoragarh from Delhi ?

Pithoragarh is situated, around 495 km from Delhi and can be easily reached through NH 9. Alternatively, visitors have the option to take a train journey to Tanakpur, which typically takes 9.5 hours, followed by a taxi ride of 145 km to reach this beautiful destination.

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Routes for Delhi to Pithoragarh by Road

  1. Delhi – Ghaziabad – Hapur – Moradabad – Rampur – Rudrapur – Khatima – Tanakpur – Champawat – Lohaghat – Pithoragarh (Shortest)
  2. Delhi – Aligarh – Bareilly – Kichha – Khatima – Tanakpur – Champawat – Lohaghat – Pithoragarh (Longest)

Distance Chart for Pithoragarh by Road

Delhi NCR to Pithoragarh460km
Delhi Airport to Pithoragarh493km
Ghaziabad to Pithoragarh447km
Greater Noida to Pithoragarh473km
Noida to Pithoragarh466km
Faridabad to Pithoragarh491km
Gurugram to Pithoragarh505km

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Must see places in Pithoragarh

Some must-see places that make the Pithoragarh experience more fulfilling are :

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Khaliya Top

Nestled in the enchanting Shivaliks, Khaliya Top is a meadow surrounded by snowcapped peaks. It sits at an altitude of 3500 meters, near Munsyari. This enthralling spot offers a view of the Panchachuli, Rajrambha, Hardeol, and Nanda Kot peaks – a sight that truly captivates the soul! Situated 114 kms away from Pithoragarh, a scenic cab ride to Balanti Farm will lead one to the pathway towards Khaliya Top. This serene, 6 km trek gradually unveils a vibrant spectacle of rhododendrons, painting the forest in shades of red during springtime and providing a breathtaking spectacle of the snowline during summers. The harmonious symphony created by rustling pine oaks, spruce trees and cypress adds to the charm and makes it an idyllic destination for nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike!

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Patal Bhuvaneshwar

An enigmatic religious site, dedicated predominantly to Lord Shiv, it is nestled at an altitude of 1,350 metres and is located at a distance of 87 kms from Pithoragarh. Patal Bhuvaneshwar is a limestone cave that can be reached through a narrow tunnel. Apart from Lord Shiva, one can also witness the forms of Sheshnag, Kal Bhiarav and Ganesha, within the fascinating stalagmite formations that adorn this cave. To reach Patal Bhuvaneshwar from Pithoragarh town, one can conveniently avail cabs and buses.

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Narayan Ashram

Perched at an altitude of 2,734 metres, the Ashram stands as a symbol of spiritual enlightenment and social educational empowerment in the region. Established by Narayan Swami in 1936, this peaceful retreat warmly welcomes seekers and travellers to immerse themselves in its serene environs. During winter months, the Ashram remains closed due to snowfall. Located 115 kms away from Pithoragarh town, this sacred haven can be easily reached by taxi or bus, via the Kailash Mansarovar Road, followed by a short trek.

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Panchachuli Massif

Perched in the Kumaon Himalayas near Munsyari in Uttarakhand’s Pithoragarh district, the Panchchuli peaks proudly stand tall. These magnificent Himalayan summits, covered in glistening snow offer a breathtaking sight. With elevations ranging from 6,334 to 6,904 meters above sea level, they offer a mesmerizing view that is best appreciated from Munsyari. Visitors are treated to awe inspiring sunrises and often witness captivating moonrises after sunset. Located 128 kms from Pithoragarh, Munsyari can be easily reached by cab or bus for tourists and nature enthusiasts to witness this spectacle of beauty.

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Kalamuni Temple

Located beautifully atop a hill, the Temple beckons travellers embarking on their journey to Munsiyari town, which is located at a distance of 128 kms from Pithoragarh. Its serene atmosphere creates a sense of purity, dispelling negativity and embracing visitors in tranquillity. The outer wall of the temple is adorned with paintings depicting Kali Mata, often serving as a backdrop for meditating Naga Sadhus. Inside the Temple, one can find statues of Maa Kali, Lord Ganesh, a Shivalingam and an effigy of Saint Kalamuni, which manifest a spiritual experience for seekers. In addition to Divine Darshan of Deities, the temple offers a breathtaking view of the Panchachuli Massif, ensuring an enchanting experience, for both spiritual seekers and nature lovers. The Temple can be reached conveniently from Pithoragarh via hired cabs or bus services offered by the Government / private operators.

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Tribal Heritage Museum

The Tribal Heritage Museum, established in the year 2000, is situated in the town of Munsyari, at a distance of 130 kms from Pithoragarh. It showcases the heritage of the Bhotia community, a group with its roots in the beautiful Himalayan valleys of the Kumaon region. The museum exhibits artefacts that offer insights into Bhotia traditions and their way of life. From utensils to unique yak-skin bags and ornate brass hookahs, every item tells a fascinating story. To reach the museum one can take a cab or bus to Munsyari and then enjoy a scenic 2 km walk to the village of Nanasen. This museum is a delightful destination for culture enthusiasts.

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Jageshwar Dham

Nestled at an altitude of 1,870 meters and located 86 kms from Pithoragarh, Jageshwar is a hidden gem in the Kumaon region that attracts thousands of mesmerized visitors every year. Surrounded by Deodar forests, this sacred place holds significance as one of the renowned Jyotirlingas and is revered as the captivating Valley of Gods in various ancient scriptures. With a magnificent complex, consisting of 124 large and small temples, Jageshwar Dham tells enchanting stories of divine glory. The complex is dedicated to the deity Jageshwar, who is believed to be a manifestation of Lord Shiv. It offers a tranquil and spiritual retreat for both nature enthusiasts and pilgrims alike. Jageshwar can be conveniently reached from Pithoragarh by road.

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Birthi Waterfalls

Located near Munsyari, approximately 95 kms from Pithoragarh, the waterfalls are a natural marvel. This majestic cascade originates from a height of 400 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest waterfalls in the Kumaon region. The waterfall is embraced by forests and snowcapped mountains, creating a haven for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. To reach this captivating destination, visitors can conveniently travel by road and then embark on a short trek to immerse themselves in a truly rejuvenating experience. The best time to explore Birthi Falls is between March and June when the climate is delightful and tranquil. Unlike other tourist spots in Uttarakhand, Birthi Falls remains relatively less visited, which offers an ideal retreat for those craving serenities while basking in nature’s splendor.

Stay at Pithoragarh

Pithoragarh offers a variety of accommodation options ranging from hotels and guesthouses, to homestays. The prices for these options typically range between INR 653/- and INR 3655/, per night, depending on factors such as the type of accommodation, location, amenities offered and the time of year.

It is worth noting that the peak tourist seasons are from March to June and mid-September to October, when the weather is pleasant and perfect for sightseeing. However, during the monsoon season (July to August) heavy rainfall can lead to landslides and slippery roads while winters (November to February) bring freezing temperatures, with snowfall in the higher summits, that may not be ideal for travel.

To secure availability during peak seasons, it is advisable to book accommodations, in advance.

Things to do in and around Pithoragarh

Located near Pithoragarh, Khaliya Top provides mesmerizing views and a peaceful trek through vibrant flora. Meanwhile, Patal Bhuvaneshwar beckons exploration of its limestone cave and the many stalagmite formations of Gods. Narayan Ashram presents opportunities for spiritual enlightenment and socio-educational empowerment, while the majestic Panchachuli Massif offers awe-inspiring vistas of snow-covered peaks.

At Kalamuni Temple, one can experience tranquillity and enjoy picturesque scenery, while the Tribal Heritage Museum showcases the rich heritage of the Bhotia community. Jageshwar Dham, nestled amidst Deodar forests, is a revered complex of temples. Lastly, the majestic Birthi Waterfalls offer a serene and revitalizing haven.

All these attractions can be reached conveniently by cab, bus, or short treks, which promises a once-in-a-lifetime experience for tourists.

From havens of spirituality to breathtaking wonders of nature and cultural gems aplenty, the region of Pithoragarh invites explorers to unravel a tapestry, woven with an array of enchanting sights and harmonious sounds, in this Himalayan sanctuary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We have answered some of the most common queries we get from our customers.

  • How to get to Pithoragarh from Delhi / NCR?

    Pithoragarh is well connected to Delhi / NCR by NH 9 and NH 21 / NH 530B and can be reached in between 11 and 14 hours, depending on the route selected. One can reach Pithoragarh via Moradabad or Bareilly. From the nearest railhead, the Tanakpur Railway station, Pithoragarh can be reached, by road, in around 4 hours.

  • Which is the nearest station to Pithoragarh?

    The nearest railway station to Pithoragarh is located at Tanakpur. The nearest bus station is at Pithoragarh.

  • Which months are best to visit Pithoragarh?

    The ideal time to visit Pithoragarh is during the months of March to June and from mid-September to October. These months offer pleasant weather for sightseeing. It is recommended to avoid visiting during the The ideal time to visit Pithoragarh is during the months of March to June and from mid-September to October. These months offer pleasant weather for sightseeing. It is recommended to avoid visiting during the monsoons, between July and August, as heavy rainfall can cause landslides and make the roads slippery. Similarly, it's better to avoid the winter months from November to February, when low temperatures and snowfall in higher summits can create challenges for the unacclimatized. Visitors are advised to stay cautious, about weather conditions and plan their trip accordingly. monsoons, between July and August, as heavy rainfall can cause landslides and make the roads slippery. Similarly, it's better to avoid the winter months from November to February, when low temperatures and snowfall in higher summits can create challenges for the unacclimatized. Visitors are advised to stay cautious, about weather conditions and plan their trip accordingly.

  • What is the specialty of Pithoragarh?

    The top tourist attractions in and around Pithoragarh include Khaliya Top, Patal Bhuvaneshwar, Narayan Ashram, Panchachuli Massif, Kalamuni Temple, Tribal Heritage Museum, Jageshwar Dham and Birthi Waterfalls. These destinations provide ample opportunities for adventure, sightseeing, trekking, and quenching one’s spiritual longings.

  • In which district of Uttarakhand is Pithoragarh located?

    Pithoragarh town is the headquarter of district Pithoragarh of Uttarakhand.

  • Does it snow in Pithoragarh?

    Yes, it does snow sporadically in Pithoragarh. The higher reaches in the vicinity of the town experience heavy snowfall. The chances of snowfall in and around Pithoragarh exist between December and February, with the highest possibility in January.

  • Can we see the Himalayas from Pithoragarh?

    Yes, the Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Nand Kot and the Panchchuli Massif are visible in all their resplendence from places around Pithoragarh.

  • Where is Pithoragarh hill station located?

    Pithoragarh is located in district Pithoragarh of Uttarakhand state of India. It is located at an altitude of 1,627 meters. Munsyari and Almora are the prominent places located close to Pithoragarh.

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