Decorated in the uninterrupted vistas of the beguiling Garhwal Himalayas, lies the city of Pauri. It is enclosed by the thick forest and the benevolent snow-clad hills that seem like a silver tiara.
Pauri is the base of the district Pauri Garhwal and also the Garhwal division. Some of the famous visitor attractions in and around Pauri are Khirsu, Doodhatoli, Jwalpa Devi Temple, Kandoliya Temple, Devprayag, Chaukhamba View Point, Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev Temple and Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple.
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Why Visit Pauri Hill Station?
If you visit Pauri for once, you’ll presumably be delighted by its virgin beauty. The days are clad in the dreamy hues; the evenings are smouldering, while the nights are unwinding as one can look deep into the eye of the universe.
The town offers a mesmerizing glimpse of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks such as Banderpunch, Swargarohini, Gangotri Group, Join Group, Thalaiya-Sagar, Kedarnath, Kharcha Kund, Sumeru, Satopanth, Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Ghoriparvat, Hathiparvat, Nandadevi, and Trishul.
This sparkling city also offers exciting treks to the scenic spots. Few of the famous treks that are initiated by many adventure enthusiasts leads through the Nagadev forest, the other starts from Kandoliya to Ransi stadium, offering a panoramic view of the pristine valley. The half an hour Kyunkaleshwar temple trek also offers incredible scenery of Lwalli Ghatti.
Pauri is a hidden treasure, with one of the most beautiful sunsets in Uttarakhand. The sunset at Pauri occasionally manifests a riot of colours with the dominating tang of fiery orange.
Activities in Pauri
Trekking/Hiking: Pauri rewards trekkers with rich natural excellence in the form of, verdant hills covered with pine and oak trees, gushing rivulets and streams. Some famous treks in this region are Binsar Mahadev trek, the Tara Kund Trek and the Dudhatoli trek
Pilgrimage: The town of Pauri is known for some of the revered temples in the region. Kandoliya Temple and Danda Nagaraja Temple near Pauri are flocked with devotees all year round who visit the temple to seek blessings from the deity.
Staying in Pauri
Being one of the biggest towns in Uttarakhand, finding accommodation is not difficult in Pauri. There are many budget hotels and guesthouses with basic facilities peppered all over the town that offers visitors a comfortable stay at affordable prices. Apart from that, there is also a government-owned tourist bungalow (GMVN) at Pauri.
Pauri Food Guide
There are plenty of restaurants and roadside food stalls mushroomed at Pauri where north Indian vegetarian food is served along with few famous Chinese dishes like noodles and momos. Apart from that, tourists can find a lot of eating options at the hotels and guesthouses which have in-house restaurants.
Pauri experiences a sub-temperate climate which remains pleasant throughout the year except during winters when it gets extremely cold. Pauri also receives snowfall during winters changing the town at its picturesque best.
Best Time to Visit Pauri:
The best time to visit this place is between March to November as the weather remains pleasant.