Satpuli is a small town of the Pauri Garhwal District in Uttarakhand, present at an elevation of 657 m above sea level. It is situated on the banks of River Purvi Nayar Ghati, on the route between Kotdwara and Pauri Garhwal.
Satpuli is 52 km away from Pauri and 54 km away from Kotdwara, thus having a central location in the Pauri Garhwal District. It is also connected to the small market of Banghat through National Highway 119. The name of this place is derived from the presence of seven bridges on the way to Kotdwara.
Satpuli was a victim of the massive flood of the Nayar Valley in 1952, in the memory of which, a monument has been erected at the hydel power station of the town. Since this flood, the town of Satpuli has recovered at a better pace than its nearby villages.
Well known attractions in and around Satpuli include Dangleshwar Mahadev, Jawapla Devi Mandir, Shri Radha Krishna Mandir, Bhairogarhi Mahadev and Khirshu. This town also forms an ideal spot for activities like angling and fishing. The most popular festivals of the region include Ramleela, Girishmotsava and Sharadotsava.
The nearest tourist destination to Satpuli is Lansdowne, which is most popularly known for its Jungle Safari, along with other attractions like Kanvashram and Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple. Satpuli also lies near places like Tungnath, Pauri and Devprayag.
The nearest railway station to Satpuli is Kotdwara, situated 5.7 km away from it, while the nearest airport is Dehradun, situated at 59 km from it.