The ideal way to explore this picturesque hill-station is to come without a plan. You can spend an entire day just watching the magical play of colours on the mountain peaks surrounding Kausani. This village, perched on a ridge covered with chir and blue pine forests, is most well-known for the spectacular panoramic view of the Himalayan peaks like Trishul, Nanda Devi, and the mighty Panchachuli
Baijnath temple : Nestled deep inside the Garur valley, Baijnath is a small but ancient town that was the capital of the erstwhile Katyuri dynasty. Remnants of that era can be seen even today in the temples located on the banks of the Gomti river. The main temple, from which Baijnath takes its name, is a 12th century Lord Shiva shrine, which is the most popular attraction of this town. The temple has several legends attached to it.
Jageshwar Dham : Jageshwar Dham is one of the biggest group of temples located in a single complex in the world. It has more than 125 big and small temples within its complex. The temple complex is named after the presiding deity Jageshwar, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It includes the Main Temple Jagnath (Jyotirlinga), Mrityunjay Temple, Hanuman Temple, Surya Temple , Neelkanth Temple, Temple Dedicated to the nine planets (Navagrahas), Pushti Mata Temple, Lakulisa Temple, Kedarnath Temple, Navadurga Temple, Batuk Bhairav Temple and many more.