Situated at a separation of very nearly 35 km from Ranikhet, Dwarahat is a little pleasant village known for its antiquated sanctuaries. The 'Dunagiri Temple' in Dunagiri close Dwarahat is the most well known of the considerable number of sanctuaries in the locale and is gone to by numerous visitors desiring their excursions in the adjacent regions of Ranikhet, Kausani and Almora. Thought to be one of the capable Shakti Peethas, the sanctuary is devoted to Goddess Durga and is situated on a little hillock in the midst of the Kumaon Hills.
\Guests need to climb a stairway of 500 stages to achieve the sanctuary. Heap surroundings of the Himalayan pinnacles and thick backwoods give you a vibe of internal peace and comfort. Travelers going to Dwarahat can likewise visit 'Pandavkholi', one of the mystery places where Pandavas of Mahabharata invested some energy amid their outcast. Situated in the midst of the Dronagiri Hill ranges, Pandavkholi hollows offer sparkling perspectives of the encompassing Himalayan pinnacles. To achieve Pandavkholi, one needs to climb a little trek from Kukuchina that can be come to through a taxi from Dunagiri.