Timings : Before Sunset
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Dwarahat is an ancient town full of beautiful temples and breathtaking sceneries, that also serves as a wonderful retreat in the Kumaon Mountains. Situated in the wondrous Almora district of Uttarakhand, Dwarahat is a place of special inheritance and of religious importance. Home to some 55 odd ancient temples built in the medieval ages by the Katyuri Kings, Dwarahat is the representative of the region's great past and its architectural prowess.
Besides being historically significant, these temples house some of the most revered deities in Hindu Mythology and hence are frequented by devotees from all over the country and outside as well. Perched at an altitude of 2000 meters, Dwarahat provides scenic views of the mighty Himalayan peaks such Kailash Mansoravar, Dunagiri and others. Dwarahat is a place where one can rejuvenate themselves, away from the tourist rush at most of the other hill stations.
Air: The nearest airport is Pant Nagar airport. One can easily take a cab for Dwarahat from the airport, the ride takes about 5-6 hours. Public buses are also available for Almora from where you can change for Dwarahat.
Rail: The nearest rail head is the Kathgodam Railway Station which is 150 km away from Dwarahat. The cab ride takes about 4 hours to reach Dwarahat and goes through some picturesque hills and lakes. One can also find public and private buses for Dwarahat from the railway station.
Road: Dwarahat lies in the intersection of the Kausani-Ranikhet route and Almora-Badrinath route so is well connected to different parts of the state with motorable roads. Public and private buses provide frequent connectivity to nearby regions of Dwarahat.
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