Pithoragarh is the easternmost district of Uttarakhand in north India, surrounded by Nepal to the east and Tibet to the north. Pithoragarh is popular for its exquisite natural beauty and is widely known as the “Mini Kashmir”. Pithoragarh is a district in the state of Uttarakhand and serves as a gateway to the mighty Himalayan ranges. It is located in the beautiful Soar Valley and is bordered by the Almora District in the north.Pithoragarh has a cool climate, which makes it comfortable all year round. Pithoragarh, till recently, was part of Almora district, in Uttar Pradesh. It was given the status of a separate district on February 1,1960.
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Askot Wildlife Sanctuary
Askot #MuskDeer Sanctuary is located 54 km from #Pithoragarh near #Askot. This sanctuary has been set up primarily with the object of conserving the musk deer and its habitat. Askot Musk #Deer Sanctuary is a complete pleasure to the travellers. This #sanctuary is known as Green Heaven of India. Visit this Green Heaven and enjoy the specific beauty of flora and fauna…
Ralam Glacier is one of the main Himalayan glaciers situated on the hills of Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand, India. Munsiyari is the base for the trek. This glacier is situated near Ralam Dhura at Ralam Khal. It lies at the base of the Great Himalayan Wall. It is situated at an altitude of 2,290 m (7,510 ft) above sea level. The glacier is glaciologically divided into two parts named Upper Ralam and Lower Ralam. From Munsiyari to Ralam Glacier it is 15 km (9.3 mi).
Kamaksha Temple is located about 7 km north-east of Pithorgarh, offers a view of the town below and is surrounded by beautiful peaks. This temple was built by Madan Sharma and his family. This temple is also known as Kamakhya Devi Temple.
#Chandak refers to a hill that is famous for housing a temple dedicated to the #Hindu deity �Manu� and is situated at a distance of 8 kilometers from #Pithoragarh. The location is one of the best spots for hang gliding and the magnetite mining factory is also located near the #valley.
Jhulaghat- Jhulaghat is located at the Indo-Nepal border and is located 36 kilometers from Pithoragarh. The town is best visited during winters where the climate is cool and the views of the valley are amazing. The Kali River that flows through the town is one of the major attractions of the town and is also known for its rafting spots.
Pithoragarh Fort is a fort in Pithoragarh in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It was built during Chand period by regional ruler Peeru Alias Prithwi Gusain. According to some records, this fort was constructed by the Gorkhas in the year 1789, after invading the town. The Pithoragarh Fort is situated on a hill on the outskirts of the town of Pithoragarh
Maharajke Park Pithoragarh.
Maharajke Park is a beautiful park built in memory of brave Kumaon regiment soldiers who fought and captured Maharjke in Kashmir in 1965 War. On 7 September, 9 Kumaon Regiment, under the command Capt V K Bogra advanced and captured Maharajke. Naik Ganesh Dutt of the 9 Kumaon was awarded the Vir Chakra for his role in capturing Maharjke against Pakistani defenses. A good place to visit and Remommended.