Berinag, is a hill station, located 160 km from Nainital in the Pithoragarh district, which is the easternmost Himalayan district in the state of Uttarakhand, India. It is one of the six Administrative Subdivisions of Pithoragarh. National Highway 309A passes through Berinag.
Closest prominent villages include Garawon, Dhanoli, Bana, Bhattigaon, Banoli, Quarali, Tripuradevi and Sangarh.
Berinag gets its name from the Berinag Temple (called as ‘Bedinag’ locally), which is a Nag Devta Temple situated at the top of Berinag Hill. Berinag is among the many temples devoted to Nagas namely Dhaulinag (Dhavalnag), Kalinag (Kaliyanag), Feninag (Faninag), Bashukinag (Vasukinag), Pinglenag and Harinag. Berinag offers a panoramic view of the Greater Himalayas, from Garhwal Himalayas to the Nepal ranges, especially lofty peaks like Panchachuli and Nanda Devi. The region is famous for tea estates developed during the British rule. The Berinag tea grown here was a highly sought-after tea in London tea houses.
- Nearest airport is Naini Saini Airport, Pithoragarh: 112 km. Distance from Pantnagar Airport (PGH): 210 km.
- Nearest railway station is Kathgodam: 178 km.
- Berinag is well connected by road with Almora: 96 km, Nainital: 160 km, Haldwani: 200 km, Bageshwar: 62 km, Pithoragarh: 85 km
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