Places to Visit in Bageshwar

There are Many places to visit in Bageshwar. This beautiful hill station is an attraction in itself and if you are a Nature and adventure lover then what more you need?

Below are some of the amazing places of historic values and most famous spots you must visit in Bageshwar. This place attracts many solo travellers, adventure seekers, people who like to travel with family and it’s paradise when you are planning your trip with your friends. Explore the below list of Six places to visit in Bageshwar.

1. Baijnath Temple
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Baijnath is best known for the old temples recognized by the Indian Archaeological Survey in Uttarakhand as statues of major significance.

Under the Swadesh Darshan Scheme of the Government of India, Baijnath was chosen to be one of the four locations to connect through the Shiva Heritage Circuit in Kumaon.

2. Sunderdhunga Trek
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The Sunderdhunga is regarded as the region’s most beautiful trek. This trek leads from the village to the Sunderdhunga river. The trail crosses thick forests, where many animals live.

3. Pindari Glacier Trek
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The Pindari Glacier Trek is 45 Km which starts with Song Village.

While Trekking you will trek across some very beautiful and mesmerizing villages including Dhakuri, Phurkia, Etc.

And along with your trekking routes you will also get to know the abundant Nanda Devi Sanctuary in the area.

4. Bigul
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The center used by the Britons during the colonial period was named after a brass instrument that was used to make announcements known as “bugle.”

Bigul is about 35 kilometers from the city of Bageshwar. The glorious Nanda Devi and the exquisite Panchachuli peaks offer a breathtaking view over the Himalayas.

5. Pandusthal Trek
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After a 20 km trekking trip, you can reach Pandusthal with one of the Himalayan’s stunning views.

The location where the battle between the Kauravas and the Pandavas actually happened is claimed to be the land of Pandusthal.

The vision from Pandusthal is so phenomenal that the sloping glaciers close to the peaks can be viewed.

6. Gauri Udiyar Cave
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Gauri Udiyar is a lesser-known cave temple located about 8 km from the town of Bageshwar.

In the name of this temple ‘Udiyar’ stands for a small rocky cave where tigers and other wild animals live.

Gauri Udiyar cave contains several Lord Shiva images.

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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Places to Visit Near Bageshwar

When travelling to Bageshwar, then why should you miss these amazing nearby places in Bageshwar. While enjoying your trip you must visit these places around Bageshwar.

Jageshwar Dham
Jageshwar Dham

One of the most counted Pilgrimage of Uttarakhand, this place is No.1 on the list of Top 10 Places to Visit in Jageshwar.

This is one of the most ancient Temple Uttarakhand and is composed of 125 small and large temples hubbed together in the Natural amazing forests of Jageshwar.

Almora
Almora

Almora is one of the best places to visit in Uttarakhand while Balmithai and Singori are among the best Uttarakhand Famous Sweet.

Almora is also considered the hub of pilgrimage as many temples and shrines are present in this place like Chitai Golu Devta Temple which is very famous in Almora.

Kasauni
Kausani

Kausani also known as “Switzerland of India” is the most amazing and famous place in Bageshwar District which is boasted in 13 Districts of Uttarakhand.

Kausani is famous for its beautiful scenic sight of Himalayan peaks, such as Trisul, Nanda Devi, and Panchchuli, which stretches 300 km.

Patal Bhuvaneshwar
Patal Bhuvaneshwar

Patal Bhuvaneshwar is 14 km away from the Gangolihat temple in Bhubaneswar village. This temple is a calcareous cave temple. Legend and folklore have it that Lord Shiva and thirty other Divinity figures are adorned in this cave.

Binsar
Binsar

Tired and drained by city life, then this place is for your drained soul.

The town is bounded by the fabulous and extravagant Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can enjoy the view of the Himalayas from a height of 2420 m.

The exquisite Himalaya Peaks will leave you stunned wherever you go in Binsar.

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