Entry Fee : No entry fee
Lohaghat is a beautiful hill station located in the Champawat district in the state of Uttarakhand. This ancient town is an important place for temples and is flocked by tourists due to its historical and mythological significance. This sleepy little town is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The serene climate, pine and oak trees and verdant greenery are what beckons people to this exquisite location.
Situated on the banks of Lohawati River and at an altitude of 1800 meters, Lohaghat is one of the least explored Himalayan retreats. Blessed with natural munificence in abundance this place acts as a perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of the city. It has managed to retain its charm and grandeur for over a century now. The summer sees the place turn into a landscape of countless hues due to Rhododendrons spread over the town.
Lohaghat might not awestruck many people with its scenic beauty, but its tales of history and mythology narrate itself to the visitors. Pilgrims drop into Lohaghat before visiting the Mayawati Ashram (Advaita Ashram). It is close to several tourists spots in the region like Gurudwara Ritha Sahib, Vanasur fort, Shyamla Taal, Galchaura and Forti Village. Lohaghat is a place to just be and enjoy the peace and serenity it offers, being highly rated among travellers to Uttarakhand.
Air: The nearest airport is Pant Nagar Airport which is about 160 km away from Lohaghat. One can easily get a cab or catch a bus till Lohaghat from the airport.
Rail: The nearest rail head is Tanakpur railway station which is just 60 km away form Lohaghat. One can easily get a cab or catch a bus for Lohaghat from the railway station.
Road: Lohaghat is well connected by motorable roads to all parts of the state. Public and private bus services frequently connect the town to nearby cities and towns.
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