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Bageshwar is a populated hill city in Uttarakhand.

Bageshwar is a city in Uttarakhand. The city is grown up at the confluence of gomoti river and sarju river. This is the place where the trekkers of pindari and sundarduga are taking rest for the night.

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Travel tips, How to reach, travel warnings etc: March to May and September to December 2nd week is the best time to go Bageshwar. Generally the trekkers of the Pindari and Sundardunga root are arrive at Bageshwar for the night stay.

Nearest rail way station of Bageshwar is Kathgodam is approx 180 Km away. Any one can take a bus from Haldowani or hire a car from Kathgodam. Nainital, Almora is on the way of Kathgodam.

If any one try to go in December or January take warm clothes.

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Bageshwar Overview

Situated at an altitude of 1004 metres, Bageshwar is the headquarters of Bageshwar district in Uttaranchal. This place is renowned for its temples, and is positioned at the convergence of the rivers Saryu, Bhagirathi and Gomti. Many of the temples of this area are centrally located in the city that makes it easy to visit.

This town has spiritual significance as it is believed to have received blessings of Lord Shiva. Some of the famous temples of this town are Bagnath Temple, Durga Temple, Ganga Mai Temple, Bhairav Temple, Hanuman Temple, Vaneshwar Temple, Kalikka Temple, Thingal Bhairav Temple and many more.

Tourists can go for excursions to Baijnath, which is 26 km from Bageshwar and home to temples devoted to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Though the town of Bageshwar can be visited throughout the year, March is the month that draws lots of tourists and saints because a fair is organised in this town during Shivratri.

The town of Bageshwar is surrounded by various tourist destinations like Suraj Kund, which is located north of Bageshwar, and Agni Kund, which lies in the south. On the east falls the Bhileswar Mountains and the west has the Nileshwar Mountains.

This place is not only known for its temples, but for the opportunities of trekking too. Trekkers, who intend to go to the glaciers of Kafni, Pindari and Sundardunga, have to enter the route via Bageshwar.

Since the culture of this place is based on religion, travellers are expected to wear appropriate clothes. Light cotton clothes should be worn in summers, when the temperature varies from 30⁰ – 40⁰ Celsius and warm woollen clothes are required during the winters, when the temperature falls to 10⁰ Celsius.


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Bageshwar, Uttarakhand

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Bageshwar, Uttarakhand
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A holy and pious place.
Bageshwar, Uttarakhand

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Bageshwar, Uttarakhand

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