Places to See in Champawat

Champawat has 14 tourist spots and places to see.

Champawat does not have many sightseeing and places of interests that would attract large number of tourists. It does offer scenic views of the surrounding verdant hills. The town does have few ancient shrines that are visited by devotees. Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is situated in Champawat. 

Offers on Champawat Tour Packages

Get Customized Quote

There are 14 tourist spots in Champawat where travellers can spent their leisure time. Here you will find list of all the Champawat sightseeing options which you must visit and plan your itinerary accordingly. Explore the hidden gems of Champawat through this well-researched list, learn about the most happening places, things to do, famous picnic spots for a memorable vacation in Champawat.

Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple

Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple

6 kms
Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple is a holy shrine of Lord Shiva situated on a top of a lofty hill on the east of Champawat town. The temple is locally calle...
Ek Hathiya Ka Naula

Ek Hathiya Ka Naula

5 kms / 19 mins
Ek Hathiya Ka Naula is a stone structure having intricate stone carving done on it. This place is located about 5 km from Champawat....
Patal Rudreshwar

Patal Rudreshwar

Patal Rudreshwar is a cave where Lord Shiva did serious meditation to attain salvation. This cave was discovered in 1993 and is 40 metres long and 18 ...
Reetha Meetha Sahib

Reetha Meetha Sahib

69.4 kms / 2 hr 24 mins
Reetha Sahib also known as Meetha Reetha Sahib is located in a tiny hamlet called Dyuri in Champawat district of Uttarakhand. It is considered sacred ...
Baleshwar Temple

Baleshwar Temple

0.5 km
Admist the main city of Champawat is the historical “Baleshwar Temple”. Built by the rulers of Chand Dynasty, Baleshwar Temple is a marv...
Banasur Ka Kila

Banasur Ka Kila

20 kms / 1 hr
Free Entry | Exploration Time 2 hr
This medieval-era fort was built in the memory of Banasur, thousand-armed son of mythological king Bali who was slayed by Lord Krishna. The fort, situ...
Nagnath Temple

Nagnath Temple

0.5 km / 9 mins
The Nagnath Temple is one of the oldest and holiest Hindu shrines in the Champawat district of Uttarakhand. This sacred Shiva temple is revered by man...
Golu Devta / Gwal Devta

Golu Devta / Gwal Devta

4 kms / 15 mins
Gwal Devta Temple  or  Golu Devta is a dedicated Golu Devta (also known Gorilor Gollas) who is considered the most revered local deity in th...
Abbott Mount Church

Abbott Mount Church

20 kms / 45 mins
Free Entry | Exploration Time 30 mins |
In the solitary hill station of Abbott Mount perched at 6,400 feet above sea level, withstands an old rustic church called Abbott Mount Church built i...
Pancheshwar Dam

Pancheshwar Dam

Free Entry | Exploration Time
Pancheshwar Dam is a rock-fill dam which is  being constructed on the Sarda River (also known as Mahakali in Nepal), which  forms the i...
Maneshwar Temple

Maneshwar Temple

Free Entry | Exploration Time
Maneshwar Temple is an ancient temple which is about 7 kms from the city of Champawat. 1 km away from Champawat-Pithoragarh motorway. Maneshwar Temple...
Abbott Mount

Abbott Mount

21.2 kms / 45 mins
Cliffed atop a hill, the dwarf hill station of Abbott Mount is snuggled in the Kali Kumaon region of Champawat district of Uttarakhand state. Thi...
Lohaghat

Lohaghat

13.1 kms / 24 mins
Perched on the banks of Lohawati river, this verdant hills station of Lohaghat is situated just 7 kms from Abbott Mount. Blessed with serene climate, ...
Ghatotkach Temple Champawat

Ghatotkach Temple Champawat

Free Entry | Exploration Time 1 hr |
Ghatotkach Temple in Champawat is dedicated to Ghatotkach, the son of Bhim and Hidimba. Ghatotkach temple is located amid tall deodar trees on Champaw...

Some other places to see in Champawat

Lohaghat: Lohaghat is a popular destination in the Kumaon region situated 13kms from Champawat at an elevation of 1745mts above sea level. Lohaghat holds great historical and mythological importance and it is situated on the banks of Lohawati River. During summers the area is covered with 'Burans' Rhododendron, the state flower of Uttarakhand, turning the region into a bright shade of red.

Pay securely online with