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How to Spend a Day in The Less Explored Hill Station Gwaldam Uttarakhand

Gwaldam is situated at an altitude of 1629 meters, amidst green forest and apple orchards. 40 km from Kausani, the Gwaladam offers an enchanting view of the Himalayan peaks Nanda Devi (7817 m), Trishul (7120 m) and Nanda Ghuti (6309 m). Gwaldam is 22 km from Baijnath.
Gwaldam is a small city, the main reason for its prosperity is that it is the station of Kumaon and Garhwal and from here many roads lead to different areas and villages.
Trekking Routes To Gwaldam From Kathgodam

It is also a base camp for trekkers who enter the trekking route from the Kathgodam (Nainital) railway to the Lord Curzon Trail (Kuari Pass), Nanda Devi Raj Jat and Roopkund. It was once a market for the potato and apple trade. From here, the beautiful snow-clad Himalayan peaks are seen and this place surrounded by pine trees attracts tourists.
Some Less Explored Tourist Places in Gwaldam

There are many places to visit here, you can have a picnic as well as visit many temples like Badhangarhi, Gwaldam Nag, Angiri Mah…

Uttarakhand’s Most Toughest Trek of The 4th Kedar Temple Out of Panch Kedar

Rudranath Temple is one of the most popular temples in all Lord Shiva’s Five Kedar (Panch Kedar) temples. It’s located at a height of 2290 meters above sea level. Here, Lord Shiva’s Ekanan (one face) image is worshipped by the devotees, while Lord Shiva’s full-body worships in the Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Before Reaching Rudranath, Visit Gopeshwar: The Head-Quarter of the Chamoli District
Himalaya’s Trishul & Nanda Devi peaks are clearly visible from here, which adds the beauty of this temple. For visiting the Rudranath Temple, you would have to visit the first Gopeshwar. Gopeshwar is the headquarters of the Chamoli. The ancient Gopinath temple is also located in Gopeshwar. Here, the iron trident of the Gopinath temple is also the center of attraction in the temple. And, people don’t forget to worship in Gopinath temple.
Way of Rudranath Starts from Gopeshwar to Sagar Gaon
From Gopeshwar, you would have to go to Sagar Gaon, which is just 5 km away from the Gopeshwar. An…

Do You Know Which Place is Known As Kashi of Kumaon?

Bagnath Temple is one of the most popular & oldest temples of Lord Shiva which is clearly described in Shiv Puran. It is also known as “Kashi of Kumaon”. The temple is located in Bageshwar district Uttarakhand and situated on the confluence of Saryu river & Gomti river.
It is surrounded by the mountains such as Bhileshwar in east & Nileshwar in the west. And, on the north side, Suraj Kund is located and Agni Kund in the south. The oldest name of the Bagnath temple is Vyaghreshwar. On the walls of the temple, 07th to 16th-century sculptures are designed. Bagnath’s height is approx 3294 feet (1004 meter) above sea level. And, it’s the holy land of Lord Shiva & Parvati.

Who built the Bagnath Temple?
The Bagnath temple was built by the King of Chanda Dynasty Laxmi Chand in 1450. The king was given the new name of Bagnath in place of Vyaghreshwar. After the Chandra Dynasty, the Katyuri dynasty ruled here.
Image of Bagnath During 1800 Century
There was only the residential townsh…