At Kausani, a hill station perched on a narrow ridge on Pingnath Peak, 1890 metres above sea level, nature is at its intoxicating best. Wild, yet tame when you know it better; beautiful, yet dangerous, if you aren't careful. No wonder, it has emerged as one of the most loved tourist destinations in India. Kausani is also famous for being the birthplace of the poet laureate Sumitranandan Pant.
- By Road: Kasauni is linked with major cities like Delhi, Almora, Ranikhet, and Nanital.
- By Rail:Kathgodam is known to be the nearest railway station to Kausani. It is also well-connected to the places like Delhi, Lucknow, Moradabad, Dehradun, and Calcutta .
- By Air: The nearest airport to Kausani is located at Pant Nagar.
Places of Tourist Interest
A gem in the heart of the Himalayas, Kausani welcomes you to experience divinity in its bountiful grace. The mountain air, snow-clad peaks and green valleys are sure to lure your senses and let you experience the most memorable tour to the Himalayas.
9,050 feet above sea level, this Uttarakhand hill station is 20 kms from Kausani. There is a temple of Shiva from where one can view many valleys.
17 kms from Kausani, this historical temple in Uttarakhand is situated on the banks of the Gomti River. The Baijnath temple was built thousands of years ago.
15 kms away from Kausani, this famous Shiva temple was built by King Somchand of the Chand Dynasty. An annual festival is held here every March.
Chaukori is 75 kms away from Kausani and is well known for the unearthly view it gives of the Himalayan peaks. A person viewing the Himalayas from here feels like he can touch them.
The majestic Pindari Glacier can be reached via 35 kms trek from Loharkhet. Tourists camp on the way to reach Zero Point (3000m) in order to get a closer view of this gigantic glacier.
Sundardoonga & Kafni
These glaciers are ideal for those who desire to feel the excitement of trekking in Uttarakhand. Both these glaciers are located in the Pindari Glacier area in different spots.