The area of Kumaon is home to fairs and festivals, folklore and mythology, snow-capped mountains and glaciers, valleys and glades, lush forests and alpine meadows, lakes and gushing streams, birds and animals, butterflies and flowers, all of which combine to create an unparalleled amount of joy.
Chitai Golu temple- The Golu Devta Chitai Temple, which honors Gollu or Goljyu Devta, an avatar of Lord Shiva who takes on the appearance of Gaur Bhairav, is one of the most well-known temples in Chitai Almora. Even though Almora is home to numerous Golu Devta temples, the Chitai Golu Devta Temple is the most revered. If the worshipper asks for it with a clear conscience, it is said to grant all wishes.
Jageshwar temple- is located 37 kilometers from Almora at a height of 1,870 meters above sea level. Each year, hundreds of tourists travel to Jageshwar, one of Kumaon's major tourist destinations. It is surrounded by a deep Deodar forest, and a stream runs through its backyard.
Gangolihat Mahakali temple :-The Haat Kalika temple at Gangolihat in Pithoragarh district is surrounded by thick deodar trees and has a stunning architectural space. More than a thousand years have passed since Guru Adi Shankaracharya founded this Shakti-Peeth.
Kotgari Bhagwati temple :-Inside the Kotgadi main temple, a stream of water flows, the sound of which dissolves juice in the ears. Let us tell you that this temple is revered as the goddess of justice. Like many other just temples of Kumaon, devotees here call out for the redress of their calamity, calamity, injustice, untimely suffering, and fraud.
Baijnath Mahadev temple- At a position of 1126 meters, on the banks of the Gomti River, in the Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand, Baijnath is renowned for its historic temples. The Baijnath temple serves as the source of the town's name. Due to its historical and religious significance, it is one of the most key locations to visit while visiting Bageshwar (Kumaon region)