Bageshwar or the land of shiva is tucked away in the verdant valleys of the kumaon. Blessed on all sides with lush hills, Bageshwar occupies the space where the gomati river forms a confluence with saryu river. The peaceful environment is amplified with the presence of massive glaciers, scenic views of the overlooking snow capped peaks and the gushing river. Surrounded by the majestic bhileshwar and nileshwar mountain ranges, Bageshwar is a combination of deep spirituality and unmatched natural beauty. The primary tourist attraction in Bageshwar is the bagnath temple which is dedicated to lord shiva and is visited by several pilgrims throughout the year.
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Q.What are some activities to do in Bageshwar?
A. Here are some activities that you can do in Bageshwar: visit bagnath mandir, go on hikes, explore the culture, visit the nearby destination of Kausani etc.
Q.When is the best time to visit Bageshwar?
A. September to February is the ideal time to go to Bageshwar. Even though on the hills, winter is the best time to visit Bageshwar.
Q.How do i get to bageshwar?
A. By road, Bageshwar is very well connected to the rest of Uttarakhand. Buses are available from Delhi to Almora. From there tourists can take either local buses that go up to Bageshwar or take their own vehicle.
Q.Suggest some places to see in Bageshwar.
A. Here are some tourist places in Bageshwar: bagnath temple, baijnath temple, gauri udiyar cave, chandika temple, kanda, bigul village, vijaypur etc.
Q.Which treks start from bageshwar?
A. Bageshwar serves as the launchpad for treks to Kafni glacier, pindari glacier and sunderduga.