Known for its apple orchards, weekend getaways, picnic views, chilling temperature and Himalayan views, Kanatal is situated at an altitude of 2590 meters above sea level, 7 kilometers from Dhanaulti. One of a kind spa ...
e, nested in deodar, pine and oak forest - Kanatal receives tremendous snowfall every winter and is a must place for travelers who believe in the magic of nature. The name is derived from the legend that it once had a pond that dried up, thus people started referring to it as ‘Kaana’. Kanatal is a blend of greens and meadows with a lot of luxurious options for a comfortable stay and has been a popular destination in the mountains of Uttarakhand. Forest Eco Resort provides sustainable and comfortable staying and adventure options in this part of the valley and will love to host you whenever you are planning.
What to do around Kanatal?
The Kaudia forest range near Kanatal is a home to a lot of flora and fauna species and can be hiked to or trekked as per your comfort. A lot of homestays in the region can be chosen for a homely cultural experience where you can enjoy local delicacies with an experience of how the locals survive their daily routine. Surkanda Devi temple is just around the corner and can be visited by spiritual enthusiasts. Adventure sports like Sky walk, Skyline, Zip Swing, Rock course, River crossing and a lot more activities can be done around if you’re camping here.
Fun Facts about Kanatal
Surkanda temple near Kanatal is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas of India established by Adiguru Shankaracharya and is said to be the spot where the head of Sati mata fell off when Lord Shiva was carrying her on his Trishul after she set herself on fire. Kanatal has a lot of natural springs in the Kaudia range and can be explored with an easy hike.