Places to See in Chaukhutia

Chaukhutia is a small hamlet in the pristine valley located in the Kumaon hills. Apart from the lush greenery and a gushing river with crystal clear water, there is few sightseeing options at Chaukhutia. There are few shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva and a beautiful lake known as Tadagtal near Chaukhutia.

There are 3 tourist spots in Chaukhutia where travellers can spent their leisure time. Here you will find list of all the Chaukhutia sightseeing options which you must visit and plan your itinerary accordingly. Explore the hidden gems of Chaukhutia through this well-researched list, learn about the most happening places, things to do, famous picnic spots for a memorable vacation in Chaukhutia.

Pandukholi

Pandukholi

6.9 kms / 19 mins
Pandukholi is named after the Pandava brothers of Mahabharata. The caves of Pandukholi are situated at a distance of 27 km from Dwarahat. Padukholi is...
Rudreshwar Mahadev Temple

Rudreshwar Mahadev Temple

21.2 kms / 45 mins
Rudreshwar Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is situated at Sanana on Bhikiasain-Chaukhutia Road along the banks of Ram Ganga River. Th...
Taragtal Lake

Taragtal Lake

7.4 kms / 30 mins
Free Entry | Exploration Time 2 hr |
Taragtal is lake which is around 2kms in length and 0.5km in breadth. Taragtal is one of the hidden jewels of Uttarakhand state and the virgin beauty ...

Some other places to see in Chaukhutia

Dwarahat: Dwarahat is a nagar panchayat or a town area in the town of Almora and is at a distance of 18kms from Chaukhutia, Dwarahat is located en route  Karnaprayag and is popular for a group of 55 ancient temples. As the name suggests, Dwarahat means way of Heaven where Dwara means way and Hat means Heaven. A visit to this mystical place will gives you a feeling of closeness with God. Though it is not a very popular education center of the region, it houses a government engineering college called Kumaon Engineering College. Dwarahat is famous for its ancient temples which were constructed mainly by the Katyuri kings and its architecture resembles the Gurjari School of Art. Maa Doonagiri temple located at a distance of 20km from Dwarahat belongs to the mountain resided by Pavandev (the Wind lord).

Lakhanpur Temple: Lakhanpur temple is situated just 6kms from Chaukhutia on Jorasi-Chaukhutia road. This temple was constructed by the Katyuri kings and currently a small fair is also held at Lakhanpur temple every year in the month of October and November.