Blessed by two Himalayan rivers-Suyal and Kosi, the region of Almora is a picturesque hill station in the north of India. The hill station of Almora is situated on a mountain ridge, that has dense green forests surrounded to it, which magnify its natural beauty. The alluring and serene topography of the hill station fascinate tourists from all over India. Being situated amidst lush greens of the Himalayas, Almora is a perfect place for trekking and mountain biking. The region has acres of nature trails which include treks to Pindari glacier, Gananath, Kausani, Ranikhet, Mukteshwar and Nainital.
The hill station is also renowned as a land of ancient temples. Temples like Jageshwar Dham, Binsar Mahadev, Garhnath, Chitai, Kasar Devi, Baijnath and Rudreshwar Mahadev temple draw a lot of pilgrims to this placid town. These shrines are located at the top of the mountain peaks, surrounding the main town of Almora. There are other famous temples situated in the vicinity as well. This includes the likes of Devi Maa and Manila Devi.
Almora experiences a pleasant and chilly weather all through the year. But the best time to visit almora is March to November.