Best Time to Visit Bageshwar

Bageshwar is covered with snow and a beautiful hill station with beautiful green jungles. While this place is an awesome place to visit all round year but let’s view the best season for hassle free visit to Bageshwar.

Bageshwar in Summer

This beautiful place remains a normal hill station, having temperature from 27-35 degrees Celsius, even in the summer. March to May are considered to be the best months to visit Bageshwar in Summers. One should always carry some woolen clothing as the weather is normally cold in hilly areas

Bageshwar in Monsoon

The city temperature ranges from 22 ° C to 30 ° C during the monsoon season. August to September are the best suited months for visitors in Monsoon time. Amazing chilled and foggy weather attracts many tourists to this place in Monsoon as well.

Bageshwar in Winter

In the winter this place is the best to enjoy the freezing environment from the month of December-February. The temperature of the place falls to 8 °C during the winter time, as Bageshwar is surrounded by mountains. During the winter season visitors should not forget to bring warm clothing.

Bageshwar City Overview

Located in: Kumaon

Nearest Railway Station: Kathgodam

Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport

Best Month to Visit: October to May

Avg. Annual Temperature: 20.4 °C

Famous for: Rivers, Temples, Scenic Views and Glaciers

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Best Places to Visit in Bageshwar

Bageshwar offers you the best and most famous pilgrimage sites, trekking spots, camping locations and amazing places for sightseeing. Here are the best selected places for you in Bageshwar which you must visit while travelling to this beautiful place.

Baijnath Temple

Baijnath Temple

Sunderdhunga Trek

Sunderdhunga Trek

Pindari Glacier Trek

Pindari Glacier Trek

Bigul

Bigul

Pandusthal Trek

Pandusthal Trek

Gauri Udiyar Cave

Gauri Udiyar Cave

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