charming and picturesque town of Chaukori is situated in the heart
of Pithoragarh district (112
kms) on the verge of exciting Jim Corbett country.
cupped in a bowl by the surrounding majestic Himalayas, Chaukori
is famous not only for the magnificent view it offers of Panchchuli
peaks but quite unrivalled for its breathtakingly beautiful sunsets.
The spectacular sunrise and sunset tinge the awe-inspiring pristine
peaks, making Chaukori an idyllic holiday resort among unspoilt
equable climate accounts for the tea shrubs grown by enterprising
locales and the fields of ripening corn, fruit orchards and pine,
oak and rhododendron trees exude an enchanting charm.
Round the year
(35 kms) An important religious centre housing the famous Hat-Kalika
temple, which is a popular venue for local fairs.
(8 kms) Offers a panoramic view of the Himalayas and the tea gardens
here yield high quality tea.
(49 kms) Situated on the road to Berinag. from Gangolihat. Patal
Bhuvaneshwar temple complex is a worth visiting experience. Inside
the cave. many Indian myths have been immortalized by limestone
formations. Lime formations have taken various shapes Identifiable
as Shesh Nag, Ganesh, Badrinath
& Kedarnath. the wings of
Jatayu. Sumeru mountains. Karn Dhenu. Garur. Jyotirllngas. Shivas
- Chaupar's, etc.
Rail: Nearest railhead is Kathgodarn. 214 kms.
Chaukori is well connected with Almora
(125 kms). Nainital (183 kms).
Bageshwar (45 kms) & Pithoragarh