Almora Hill Station



Almora Hill Station | How to reach?

  • By Air: If you are coming from Delhi and want to come through air, Pantnagar Airport, Nainital is the nearest airport 125Km away from Almora. You must apply other means of transportation form Pantnagar airport.
  • By Rail: Kathgodam railway station, Nainital is 91Km away from Almora. Kathgodam railway station has regular train service from the nearby cities. You must apply other means of transport to reach Almora from Kathgodam.
  • By Road: Almora is well connected to Delhi and the cities of Uttarakhand like Nainital, Bageshwar, Rudrapur, New Tehri, Pauri, Haridwar, Dehradun, Uttarkashi and other places by regular bus service. Private tourist companies also provide regular transportation from various cities of India.

At an altitude of 1,638 meters, Almora hill station shares its beauty with nature- the green meadows, forests, snow capped Himalayas; history- dating back to 15th and 16th century when Chandravanshi and Katyur dynasty ruled Almora; culture- temples, local festivals and ceremonies; and craftsmanship- the beautiful architectures that will leap your heart. Almora hill station lies in Almora district of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand state.

Surrounded by four hill ranges with temple on top of each peak- goddesses Banari Devi, Kasar Devi, Sayahi Devi and the Sun God, Almora hill station finely preserves its history and magnifies its present with nature and culture. Many ancient and modern temples cover the hills of Almora letting the trekkers rest and connect with the almighty at a peaceful and heavenly beautiful spot. The healthy climate and pleasing weather has healing capacity, Almora was illness cure center in past days and today too this beautiful hill station Almora has some of the best health resorts in Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand. Thousands of tourists flock to Almora hill station attracted by its well blended nature and culture synchronization.

Almora Hill Station Tourism

Trekking through Almora hill station will be education with fun and enchantments. Trip to the Almora hill leads trekkers to the 16th century tilted roofed houses and paved streets that remind of an old town well maintained till date. Tourists love the pine and fir forests, feel the pleasing weather and become more energetic. Green meadows, scenic beauty, magnificent view of snow clad Himalayas from the hill station add charm and beauty to traveler’s enchantment. Tall trees of apple, apricot, peach and plum depicting the unbiased favorable climate with all kinds of fruits in a single place make tourists realize the worth of Almora hill station visit.

Figures like Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, many poets and professionals spent time at Almora and talked about its beauty to the world. Almora hill station is a major tourist destination welcoming thousands of visitors every year. Once you are around Almora, stop driving and trek to Almora hill station. This is how tourists’ best enjoy the landscape, beautiful houses, pleasing weather and nature. Almora hill station has been one of the most loved honeymoon destinations, picnic spot for family as well as school children. Ranging from college students to professionals in various fields, Almora is major hill station in Northern India drawing the attention of trekkers around the world. Exploring Almora hill station in Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand is refreshing, rewarding and rejuvenating to all kind of tourists.

Some other spots that you would love to visit besides Almora hill station are Kalimath (5km), Koshi (12Km), Katarmal (17Km) Binsar (30Km), Jageshwar (34Km), Gannath (47Km), Kausani (51Km), Baijanath (70Km) and Bageshwar (90Km). some tourists plan a longer trip and visit these all the places, final reward is they feel like all the virus in their mind and heart’s software are scanned and they are finally all fresh and new.

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