Best Time to Visit Champawat

Hill stations are always amazing to visit in any season, but taking the best season and temperature we can choose the best month to experience the fullest. Due to the freshness of the site and the pleasant climate, this is the most advisable time to visit Champawat. While in terms of heat the days may be a bit bright, the nights are cool enough to beat the sun.

Champawat in Summer

The summers start in April and continue until June. The average daily maximum peak temperature in champawat is up to 30 ° C during this season, while the average minimum temperature is 20 ° C.

Champawat in Monsoon

Champawat Experiences extreme rainfall from July to September in the monsoon season. Rainy season in Hilly areas is usually not good for traveling as there is always a threat of Roads Blockage and Landslides.

Champawat in Winter

The Champawat winter season begins in October until February. The average temperature in this season will be approximately 15 °C, while the minimum temperature will drop to 4 °C.

Champawat City Overview

Located in: Kumaon

Nearest Railway Station: Tanakpur

Nearest Airport: Pantnagar Airport

Best Month to Visit: April to June

Avg. Annual Temperature: 24.6 °C

Famous for: Ancient Temples, Scenic Views and Reetha Sahib Gurudwara

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Places to Visit in Champawat

Champawat is quiet and Serene place in the state of Uttarakhand. This place contains many amazing attractions including most famous Reetha Sahib Gurudwara. Champawat is very less known place among Tourists yet it does not fail to attract people from every corner of Uttarakhand and Outside.Below are some Quite and Decent places you should must Visit in Champawat.

Gurudwara Shri Reetha Sahib

Gurudwara Shri Reetha Sahib

Abbott Mount

Abbott Mount

Mayawati Ashram

Mayawati Ashram

Banasur Ka Kila

Banasur Ka Kila

Baleshwar Temple

Baleshwar Temple

Vivekananda Ashram

Vivekananda Ashram

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