Champawat is an intrepid town in Champawat district, Uttrakhand. Perched 5,299 feet above the sea level, this quaint town of Champaran is a perfect composite of adventure, religion and history. The place holds historical and religious significance attracting many drifters and pilgrims throughout the year. As the legend goes, Lord Vishnu incarnated in his Kurma Avatar in this region.
Champawat, to many people, remains one of the least developed and least populated districts of Uttarakhand. The sacredness of Champawat was personified in quintessential temples and carvings dating back to the Chand Rule. A gripping journey of self-exploration and challenging terrain, Champawat is not your usual retreat. You'll be pushed to your physical and mental limits, because this place gives you a lot to explore, without having to deal with any over intrusive and money gobbling guides around.
Champawat is an exciting and adventurous getaway as well as a spiritual and religious site. With nature showering its bounty upon it, Champawat and its famous Bal Mithai never fail to overwhelm the visitors.
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