Timings : Before Sunset
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Tucked away in the eastern corner of Uttarakhand, Didihat is a wondrous and pristine hillock full of natural beauty. The place is known for its ruins of forts and temples belonging to an era gone by as well for being a halting point on the Kailash Mansoravar Yatra. Situated at an altitude of 1800 meters in the Pithoragarh district of eastern Uttarakhand, Didihat is blessed with infinite natural beauty and some great viewpoints of the Mighty Himalayas.
The small hillock is a wonderful little town brimming with greenery, beautiful landscapes and a peaceful charm. Didihat also has some remnants of its glorious past in the ruins of the forts and temples belonging to the Doti and Chand Rulers who ruled the lands some centuries ago. Didihat lies on the famous pilgrimage route of Kailash Mansoravar and is known to provide some amazing views of mighty Himalayan peaks such as Panchachuli and Trishul Peaks. Being here one can totally escape the rigors and stress of normal life and rejuvenate one_ã_s soul and enthusiasm for life.
Air: The nearest airport is at Pant Nagar which is 229 km away from Didihat. One can find a cab or catch a bus towards Didihat from the airport.
Rail: The nearest rail head is Kathgodam railway station which is 195 km from Didihat. Buses and taxis are easily available from outside the station for Didihat and Pithoragarh.
Road: Didihat is well connected by motor able roads to different parts of the state. Public an private buses plus taxis ply regularly to and from the town.
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