kms from Ranikhet, Dwarahat is a prominent tourist attraction of
Kumaon. Once the power centre of Katyuri rulers, in the 16th century,
Dwarahat became a part of Chand dynasty.
from temples, Dwarahat is full of ancient sculptures. Kumaon's famous
Syalde-Bikhoti Mela is held in Dwarahat from 13th to 15th April
Round the year
15 kms from Dwarahat. Rich in natural splendour. Dunagiri is adorned
by a temple of Vaishno Devi (the famous cave Goddess). To cap it
all, Dunagiri offers a clear picture of the Imposing Himalayas.
For pilgrims Dunagiri is abuzz with festivals during Chait and
Ashwin months of Navratras.
18 kms Chaukhutia is on the Ranikhet-Badrinath highway Chaukhutia's
historical past and religious significance can be seen basking in
its glory in nearby areas. Kali temple, Vaishno Devi's temple. ancient
fort and ruins of Katyuri dynasty all makes Chaukhutia an explorer's
Nearest railheads are Kathgodam 120 kms and Ramnagar 135 kms.
Easily accessible due to its location on Ranikhet Karnaprayag highway.
37 kms, from Ranikhet. Regular bus and jeep services available.