Places to See in Gopeshwar

Gopeshwar has 3 tourist spots and places to see.

Since Gopeshwar is a town with religious significance, there are many spiritual places in and around Gopeshwar. The town is believed to be named after Lord Krishna. Gopinath Temple, dedicated to Lord Siva, is situated in Gopeshwar. Apart from that, there are many temples and shrines peppered all over Gopeshwar. Anusuya Devi temple and Chandika temple are other famous temples in Gopeshwar.

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

Anusuya Devi Temple & Atri Muni Ashram

Anusuya Devi Temple & Atri Muni Ashram

12.8 kms
Free Entry | Exploration Time 1 hr |
One of the most famous pilgrim places in Chamoli is the Anusuya Devi Temple, dedicated to goddess Sati. She was the wife of Atri Muni, a great sage an...
Gopinath Temple

Gopinath Temple

1.8 kms / 9 mins
Free Entry | Exploration Time 30 mins |
Gopinath temple is a famous shrine situated in Gopeshwar in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is visited by l...
Chandika Devi Temple

Chandika Devi Temple

2 kms
Chandika Devi temple also known as Mahisasur Mardni is located in Gopeshwar in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This sacred shrine is also known a...

Some other places to see in Gopeshwar

Chamolanath Temple: The town of Chamoli is named after the Lord Chamolanath, as his idol emerged from under the ground centuries ago at this spot. This holy site is situated near the Block Development office of Chamoli. According to pujari Anand Singh, the structure of the temple was constructed in 1946. The structure of the temple is hexagonal which brings a strange contrast to the ancient idol inside.

Saggar: Saggar village is the commencement point of the trek to Rudranath which is the 4th Kedar dedicated to Lord Shiva. The 22km trek to Rudranath is considered to be the toughest one amongst the Panch Kedar. Saggar is located 5kms from Gopeshwar on Gopeshwar - Ukhimath road and it also has a small temple dedicated to Raja Saggar.

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