If You Are Planning For A Religious Tour To Uttarakhand, The Divine Land Of Gangolihat Has Some Of The Best Spots For You. It Is A Small Hill Town In Pithoragarh And Famous For Its Shaktee Pithas Of Hat Kalika Or Goddess Kali. There Are A Number Of Ancient Temples And Underground Caves To Explore In This Place. Temples Like Haat Kalika Mandir, Chamunda Mandir, Vaishnavi Mandir, And Ambika Dewaal Are Very Significant From A Religious Point Of View. The Vaishnavi Mandir Is Situated Atop The Shail Parvat And The Panoramic View Of The Himalaya Mesmerizes The Devotees And Travelers Alike. Exploring The Underground Caves Like ‘Shaileshwar Gufa’, ‘Patal Bhuvaneshwar’, ‘Mukteshwar’, And ‘Pataleshwar Gufa’ Is Truly Interesting.

How to Reach

You Can Reach To Gangolihat Without Facing Lots Of Stress. Kathgodam Is The Nearest Railway Station Which Is Just 200 Kms Away From The Place And New Delhi Is The Nearest Airport Which Is Just 312 Kms Away From This Place.

What to see Around

Temples : Gangolihaat is famous for its ancient temples and caves. 'Haat Kalika', 'Ambika Dewaal', 'Chamunda Mandir', 'Vaishnavi Mandir' are some of the famous temples here. 'Vaishnavi Mandir' is a special one because from here one can clearly view the Himalayas. This temple is situated on a mountain that is called 'Shail Parvat', which is notable in Hindu holy books.

Caves : There are many beautiful caves in Gangolihaat. 'Patal Bhuvneshwar', 'Shailashwer Gufa' and 'Mukteshwar Gufa' are most notable ones. A new cave has been also found recently and that is called 'Bholeshwar Gufa' .The peak Bhurgottam near village Mallagrkha famous as place of Maharishi Bhrigu who was one of the seven great sages, the Saptarshis.

Village Tourism : This beautiful Kumaoni town is known for 52 exquisitely carved temples dating back 11th century. Apart from that, one can explore the vicinity that can teach a lot about the culture and customs prevailing in the region. The hilly folks are warm and welcoming and would be happy to share their folklores and stories.