Lohaghat is a town situated in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, on the bank of the River Lohawati, and a fast becoming popular tourist destination on account of the numerous temples found within the 5 km expanse of the town, which is set at an altitude of 1706 m, amidst thick pine and oak forests. The history of the town in terms of folk lore can be traced back a long time, so much so that it is believed to be a site where Lord Shiva killed Banasur.
Nearest airport is Pantnagar, 170 kilometers away!
Nearest railhead Kathgodam, 146 kilometers.
Lohaghat is well connected with all important cities.
Approachable on all seasons, this queer town sees the most traffic in winters. The rainy season is dangerous due to landslides but the efforts are worth every penny.
Approachable on all seasons, this queer town sees the most traffic in winters. The summers are cool in this small town with temperature hovering around the early 20s with misty mornings. The rainy season is dangerous due to landslides but the efforts are worth every penny.
The climatic conditions in the town of Lohaghat are similar to climate of many hill stations in the state. The temperatures remain cool throughout and the tourists enjoy their stay.
The conditions are pleasant in the summer and hence it is the peak tourist season. Summers, lasting ... read more...
The locals in this place has famous for their culture and they celebrate famous festivals such as bagwal fight carnival and this event is takes place on the Raksha Bandhan day and for this carnival the devotees come from various parts of India to enjoy and participate in the carnival and the river rafting is also famous sport in this place because of this sport famous river rafting camps are established in this place and the local and international enthusiasts are participate in the river rafting.
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