Champawat is a town and a Nagar Palika Parishad in Champawat locale in the condition of Uttarakhand, India. It is the authoritative central command of Champawat region. The city was the previous capital of the Kumaon Kingdom. Champawat lies in the southeast of the North Indian condition of Uttarakhand. It is in the eastern piece of the Kumaon Himalayas at a normal height of 1,615 meters (5,299 ft). It is situated at 29.33°N 80.10°E and spreads a region of 5 square kilometers (1.9 sq mi). The city of Champawat lies in the Champawat region of Uttarakhand, which was cut out from the Pithoragarh locale by the Government of Uttar Pradesh in 1997.



Lohaghat holds a verifiable and legendary essentialness, which make this site a perfect traveler goal from Champawat. This place is arranged around 14 km from Champawat and has a normal stature of 5,597 ft over the ocean level. It is situated on the banks of Lohawati River and is known for burans bloom, which bloom amid the mid year season.

Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple:


Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple is situated on a slope best, which misleads the east of the Champawat town in the condition of Uttarakhand. This sanctuary is committed to Lord Shiva and is prevalently called as Kandev and Kurmapad by the neighborhood tenants. The sanctuary is arranged around 6 km from the fundamental town and has a stature of 6000 m over the ocean level.

Parwati Resort:


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Mayawati Ashram:


Mayawati Ashram or the Advaita Ashram is situated just 9 km away from Lohaghat and around 22 km from the district headquarters at Champawat. This ashram is located at an average elevation of 1,940 m above the sea level and lies at the backdrop of Himalayan mountain range.



Purnagiri is situated at a height of 3000 m above the main sea level and is located at about 20 km from Tanakpur. It is further 92 km from the district headquarters, Champawat and is famous for a festival held during Chaitra Navratri between March and April. Kali River descends into the plains, where it is called as Sharda River.

Champawat Temple:


Champawat Temple is completed surrounded with valley of flowers, dense forest, high peaks and snow filled mountains. The temple is located in Ramak village, which is situated at a distance of 75 km from Champawat. Aditya Temple is also considered to be the sun god, as it resembles the sun temple of Konark in Orissa. It is situated near Bhumia Mandir and Adi Mandir that are located under tall trees.

Shyama La Tal:


Arranged at an elevation of 1500 meters in the foothills of Garhwal Himalayas, Shyama La Tal is an excellent lake town with umpteen measures of greenery and freshness to it. Close by the lake there is a Swami Vivekanand Ashram which is one of the highlights of the place and is an extraordinary for some reflection and self-investigation. The lake after which the place has been named resembles a mirror to the sky mirroring its blue tint all finished itself. Other than the lake there is an old ashram devoted to Sri Vivekanand and overseen by the Ramakrishna Mission.