Pithoragarh can be accessed by bus and taxi.
From New Delhi- Buses are available from New Delhi at ISBT Anand Vihar which range from ordinary to luxury class. Depending on your convenience you may choose from the following three routes:
1. New Delhi to Haldwani to Pithoragarh via Almora
2. New Delhi to Tanakpur to Pithoragarh
3. New Delhi to Bazpur to Kaladungi to Nainital-Almora-Pithoragarh.
If you come by the first option then you have to get down at Haldwani and from there you will get a shared taxi to Pithoragarh, in this option the buses available from Delhi to Haldwani are of both categories (i.e A/C, including state run Volvo service and non A/C).
In second option you will get a direct bus, but the condition of the roads is not very good, so it is advised to come by the first option if travelling on public transport.
The third option is the best if you have your own vehicle. The Road is very good, the landscape is beautiful and the distance comes out to be only slightly more than the other routes. The travel time is 11.5 hrs from Delhi,if you are experienced in hill driving, if not then 13 hours. This time includes numerous stoppages for photography.
Via Air: There is a new AirStrip and ATC set up near NainiSaini, and is likely to come up once some political and technical hurdles are overcome.
There is a new riverside road project in line, that will reduce the journey time by a huge factor.
The places what you can visit, if you are a first time traveller:
Bhatkot: Its in the city premises and a really nice place to see the sunset and sunrise. You can Jog to this place in the morning or can take a walk. The view is panaromic from this place.
The Hilltop Buddhha Monastery: It is also in the city premises near the city stadium.
Chandaak: This is 7 km from the town and you can see the panoramic view of the city from this hilltop.
Local Temples: There are a number of local temples in the city which can be accessed easily,and most of them are in hill tops so it will be a good trekking.
Dhwaj: It is some 30-40 km from the city, shared taxis and call taxis are available at the stations. It is the pilgrimage for all in the city, once you reach Dhwaj by car you need to travel almost 10 km in a hill, and it will be nice trekking.
Didihat: It is the place where you can see the himalayas very close to you.
Askot: It is the place which was built by Chand rajas, here you can find good forts.
Munshyari: Is is the place famous for Rajma(an Indian gram), and close to the Himalayas.Its the base point for Milam Glacier trek.
Jhulaghat: The town is 35KM on the banks of river Kali. This river which separates India and Nepal.A suspension bridge connects both the countries and you can got to see the stuff on the other side of the bridge i.e Nepal.
Thalkedar Temple: Its a small trek to a hill top.The route and the view from the top is beyond compare.
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There are a lot of eateries available from low budget to high budget some of the famous ones are:
There are two bars available which are very cheap in cost, but good in service, these bars are located at.
Decent hotels are available which are not very costly but these are the recommended ones.