Champawat District

Population: 259,315 (2011)

State: Uttarakhand

Language: Hindi, Sanskrit

Headquarters: Champawat


Date of Formation: 15th September 1997

Area: 1781 square kilometers

Density of Population: 147 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 80.73 % - Male: 92.65 %, Female: 68.81 %

Male Female Ratio: 1000:981


Boundaries of Champawat District


North: Pithoragarh District and Almora District, Uttarakhand

South West: Udham Singh Nagar District, Uttarakhand

South East and East: Nepal

West: Nainital District, Uttarakhand


Champawat District Average Rainfall: 936.4 mm 

Champawat District Average Temperature in Summer: 32.13 deg C

Champawat District Average Temperature in Winter: 14.68 deg C





Major Rivers: Lohawati River, Jagbura River, Ramganga River, Kali River

Tehsils: Champawat, Barakot, Lohaghat, Pati

Blocks: Barakot, Champawat, Lohaghat, Pati

Assembly Constituencies: Lohaghat, Champawat


Champawat District Nearby Attractions


1. Lohaghat

2. Abbot Mount

3. Devidhura

4. Pancheshwar

5. Vanasur-Ka-Kila

6. Meetha Reetha Saheb

7. PoornaGiri Temple

8. Shyamlatal

9. Baleshwar Temple

10. Purnagiri Temple

11. Mayawati Ashram

12. Nagnath Temple

13. Ek Hathiya Ka Naula

14. Kranteshwar Mahadev


Champawat District Facts: This is the second least populous district of Uttarakhand next only to Rudraprayag. This is one of the three most backward districts of UttaraKhand that is receiving funds from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Program. 


Major Agricultural Products: Rice, wheat, maize, mandua, potato, pulses, millets, vegetables


What is Champawat District Famous For: Champawat Tigers


Champawat District Pin Codes

Last Updated : Thursday Jun 14 , 2012


Places in Champawat District