Didihat is a serene tourist site located in the district of Pithoragarh. This place serves as a nagar panchayat and is located at a distance of 54 km from the Pithoragarh Town. It is nestled at an elevation of 1725 m above sea level on a hilltop named 'Digtarh'. Moreover, the name of the place is derived from the Kumaoni word ‘Dand’, which means a tiny hillock. The River Charamgad, also known as Bhadigad, flows below. The beautiful Haat Valley is also situated nearby. There is a temple known as Sirakot (devoted to Lord Shiva) located at this place. A large number of tourists also visit another temple located in the Nanpaupu Village.