Baijnath Temple, situated at a separation of 16 km from Palampur is one of the main attractions of the area. This sanctuary was built up in 1204 A.D by territorial shippers, named Ahuka and Manyuka. Since foundation, the sanctuary committed to Lord Shiva is consistently in development. Features of the sanctuary are the engravings on the patio of the sanctuary that demonstrates a holy place of Lord Shiva's presence before the development of the sanctuary. The present structure of the sanctuary is a fine delineation of medieval north Indian sanctuary design, known as Nagara style of sanctuaries. In the sanctum of the sanctuary, Svayambhu type of Shivalinga is cherished. Moreover, a tall curvilinear Shikhara is mounted on the sanctum. A vestibule passage of the hallowed place prompts a vast square Mandapa, which highlights two huge galleries.