Pangot: Explore The Snow-clad Mountain Peaks!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The village's rich bird life and 6,300-foot elevation make it famous nationwide. Pangot attracts photography lovers.

Traveling to this village is pleasant through the Naina Peak Range's forests. Echo Zone and Himalaya Darshan, with views of Mt. Nanda Devi, are on the route.

Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary


Nainital Lake, known as Uttarakhand's Jewel, may be Kumaon's largest lake. The lake reflects the great sky and is the best tourist destination.

Nainital Lake


These spectacular Nainital hills offer stunning views of the Pangot village knoll. Visitors love its endless walks and daring treks.

Guao Hills


From Nainital, Snow View Point is the best place to get a good look at the great Himalayas.

Snow View Point


Naina Peak is famous for its scenic scenery, trekking, photography, and more. It enters a mystical woodland of rhododendrons, deodars, and cypresses.

Naina Peak


A 360-degree panorama of Nainital is available from Tiffin Top. It's known as Dorothy's Seat in Nainital and is a popular attraction.

Tiffin Top (Dorothy’s Seat)


Caves and collapsing gardens dot the young town. It offers a stunning sight of Himalayan animals and is a dream come true.

Eco Caves


The goddess sits on the Shivalik Mountains in one of the 51 Shakti Peeths. The temple's Peepal tree is a centuries-old observation.

Goddess Naina Devi Temple


Beauty and spirituality are well-balanced here. Kainchi Dham is a haven for peace-seekers surrounded by mountains, forests, and a river.

Kainchi Dam