Diverse in topography, the district of Pauri Garhwal varies from the foothills of the Tarai of Kotdwar to the soul-lifting meadows of Dhanaulti, sprawling at an altitude of 3,000 m, which remains snowbound during the winter months. Pauri Garhwal is surrounded by the districts of Chamoli, Nainital, Bijnor, Haridwar, Dehradun, Rudraprayag and Tehri Garhwal. Filled with places of

tourist's interest, most locations in Pauri offer a breathtaking view of the snow-laden Himalayan splendour.

Pauri City
Is situated at an elevation of 1814 m above sea-level on the northern slopes of Kandoliya hills, Pauri is the headquarter of the district Pauri Garhwal and the Garhwal Division. Pauri provides a panoramic view of the snow clad Himalayan peaks of Bander Punchh, Swarga-Rohini, Jonli, Gangotri Group, Jogin Group, Thalaiya-Sagar, Kedarnath, Kharcha Kund, Sumeru, Satopanth, Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Ghoriparvat, Hathiparvat, Nandadevi and Trisul.

General Information
Population:  6,96,851 ( 2001 census).
Area:  5 sq km.
Altitude: 1,814 m.
Climate: Cold in winters, pleasent in summers and heavy rainfall in monsoons.
Season:   Round the year.
           Summers: Cottons / light woollens.
           Winters: Heavy woollens
Languages: Garhwali, Hindi and English.
Shopping Centres: Upper Bazar,
Lower Bazar,
Dhara Road.
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Air        :
Nearest airport is Jolly Grant, 155 km via Rishikesh-Srinagar.
Rail    : Nearest railway station is at Kotdwar (108 km).
Road  : Pauri is well connected to Dehradun, Rishikesh, Kotdwar and
other cities of the region.
Neelkanth, Ph. No. : 135.
Chilla (Main Building), Ph. No. : 01382-266678, 266697.
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Siddhibali TempleDurga Devi Temple
Medanpuri Devi TempleShri Koteshwar Mahadev
Tarkeshwar MahadevKeshorai Math
Kamleshwar TempleShankar Math
DevalgarhDhar Devi
Pauri Trek
Jwala Devi TempleBinsar Mahadev
AdwaniTara Kund
KanvashramBhart Nagar
Info Centre
Regional Tourist Office, Pauri.
Tel.: 222241.
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