Pauri is positioned in the region of Garhwal, Uttarakhand. Pauri is a place blessed with fabulous views of the snow capped peaks of Himalayas, dense forests, picturesque valleys, stunning rivers and beautiful people. Pauri, with its diverse landscape, consists of the extensive pastures of Dhudatoli, rising upto 3000 meters and Kotdwara's foothills. Throughout the winter months, Dhudatoli (often called Doodhatoli), stays covered in snow.
People interested in having a picnic amongst the natural beauty of the place should head straight to Adwani. Situated at a distance of 17 kms from Pauri, this place having thick forests in the surrounding, is an admirable picnic spot.
Tara Kund, located in the Chariserh development region, is another place with scenic grandeur. Positioned 2,200 m above the sea level, this place has an old temple and a small lake. People come to this temple in order to celebrate the Teej Festival with a lot of enthusiasm. The temple also draws devotees on other days, who come to worship the deity and acquire divine blessings.
Dhudatoli (often called Doodhatoli), at a height of 3100 m, is another place abundant in natural beauty. From this place you will get a breath taking bird's eye view of the distant Himalayan ranges, as well as the neighborhood. The memorial erected as a mark of respect to the indomitable spirit of freedom fighter Veer Chandra Singh Garhwali, is another place which should figure in your itinerary. Located on River Malini's bank, 14 kms away from Kotdwar, Kanva Rishi Ashram is a place which has both archaeological and historical importance. It is a popular myth that Sage Vishwamitra meditated at this location. Binsar, 114 kms from Pauri, also attracts many tourists, thanks, mainly to its celebrated temple of Lord Shiva. So, it goes without saying that you should visit the scenic location of Pauri on your next trip to Uttarakhand, to experience the natural grandeur of the place with your own eyes.