Lohaghat is a historical town, located at a distance of 14 km from Champawat. It is situated on the banks of the River Lohawati. Mesmerised by its beauty, P. Barron called this place as the ‘second heaven after Kashmir’. It is a nagar panchayat of the Champawat District in Uttarakhand. Travellers can visit many old temples here, which are famous for celebrating various Hindu festivals with zeal. Holi and Janmashtmi attract tourists in large numbers from across the country. Tourists can also enjoy shopping in the Khadi Bazaar or visit the beautiful Galchaura, which is located nearby.