Blue-green mountains, dabbed with snow; swirling mists and the lingering scent of pine; dark, towering deodars and bushy shrubs of green tea; luscious pear orchards and spreads of rainbow blooms; rolling slopes covered with velvet grass; roads that wind on and o; little hamlets perched on the hillside, tranquil and charming and two gurgling rivers Gomti and Kosi that sing along as they flow.

At Kausani, a hill station perched on a narrow ridge on Pingnath Peak, 1890 m above sea level, nature is at its intoxicating best. Wild, yet tame when you know it better; beautiful, yet dangerous, if you aren’t careful. No wonder, it has emerged as one of the most loved tourist destinations in India. Kausani is also famous for being the birthplace of poet laureate Sumitranandan Pant.

Life is quiet here; the people are simple, warm-hearted, generous and polite. It’s always a pleasure being around them.

Imagine staying in the midst of all this in comfort and luxury with nothing on your mind except relaxation.


Kausani experiences snowfall during the months of December and January, thus these two months may be avoided. The hill resort of Kausani is a retreat in the summer months and may be visited during April-June and September-November.


Rail:  Nearest railhead is Kathgodam, 142 kms

Air:  Nearest airport is Pantnagar.

How To Reach –

Delhi – Ghaziabad – Hapur bypass – Garmukteshwar – Moradabad – Rampur – Rudrapur – Haldwani – Kathgodam – Bhowali – Kausani (Via Almora)

Distance Chart:

Delhi:          300 Kms.

Kathgodam: 142 Kms.

Places of Tourist Interest: