St. John Church Palampur
St. John Church Palampur is an eye-catching church that is built on a low rise. St. John Church Palampur was renovated in 1929. The splendid Church attracts number of visitors every day.
Neugal River / Saurav Van Vihar
A snow fed beautiful Neugal river flows at one side of the town(abt 3 km.) There is the awe inspiring Bundla Chasm which falls over the 100 mtrs to the bundla stream in the neugal river. It is roaring in the monsoon season and is very thrilling and a real feast to the eyes. A park dedicated & developed to first martyr of the Kargil war, Amar saheed, SAURAV KALIA runs along the Neugal river is a rare & natural picnic spot.
Tashijong Monastery, 12 Kms from Palampur is a Tibetan monastery and colony. One can also find Tibetan carpets and Thanka paintings here.
The Baijnath Shiv Temple, 15 Kms from Palampur, built in 804 AD, is a splendid example of classical Indian ancient architecture. Situated at the banks of Binwa river, this temple of Lord Shiva – revered as Vaidyanath. The Linga enshrined in its sanctum is one of the 12 Jyothrlingas in the country. King Ravana is believed to have prayed to Lord Shiva for the boon of immoratality at this place, is a major draw of pilgrims and visitors all year round.
Bir, abt 10 kms ahead of Baijnath is a landing sight of Para Sailors and Hang Gliders. There is a beautiful Tibetan monastery and Tibetan handicrafts centre.
Billing, 12 kms up in the hills from Bir is declared one of the best sight for Para-Gliding in the world. Para –Gliding tournaments are held every year at this place. It is also a unique picnic spot.