Pauri is a wonderful hill station, beautifully nestled on the northern slopes of Kandoliya hills which belong to Uttarkhand state in India. The miracle appeal of Pauri is contributed by woody forests with lofty trees and looming mountains of Himalayas. It is a virgin hill station and still away from city turmoil. The eternal mountain monologue offers awe-inspiring treks and assorted activities. It is a murky place, situated in sylvan surroundings. It is a dream land for a perfect retreat to get away from routine and crowded hill stations. The terra firma of Pauri is further sanctified by majestic views of snowy Himalayan peaks, tortuous rivers, charming valleys and green intense forests. It is rich in flora and fauna. One can find plenty of deodar trees, odorous pine trees and oak trees. With its mind blowing nature beauty, Pauri assures unforgettable and most exhilarating holidays for visitors.
Places to visit
It is well renowned spot for its mesmerizing sceneries. It is a charming vintage spot and provides impressive views of Himalayan peaks. It is the perfect place to unwind the tangled nerves.
It is located at an altitude of 1700 meters from sea level. It offers clear central view of majestic Himalayas and several cliffs. Apple orchards are other fascinating feature of Khirsu.
Kandoliya, Adwani and Kyunkaleshwar Mahadev are other popular places in Pauri.
How to reach Pauri
Jolly Grant airport is located around 155 km from Pauri is the nearest airport.
Kotdwar is the nearest rail head, around 108 km from Pauri.
Pauri is well connected to many cities of Uttarkhand by road, including Dehradun, Hardwar and Mussoorie.
In summer 29 – 45 C and in winter 0 – 25 C and best visited from March to June and September to December.