Jageshwar temple

Jageshwar temple group is devoted to lord shiva. The small town of Jageshwar itself, which is a scared place of the Lord Shiva (one of 12 sacred Jyotirlingas in the while of India) and home to 124 shrines dating from the 9th to 13th Century, set amidst beautiful cedar woods. The site attracts pilgrims every year who bathe in the holy waters of the Kaliganga and Jata rivers. Other important sites in the vicinity are the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuarywith its rare wildlife (notably including leopards); Almora, the administrative centre; and the mountain ridges connecting Almora with Binsar and Pithogarth to the east.
Distance : 36 km from Almora
Built : 9th to 13th century AD
Festival : Jageshawr monsoon festival  15th july to 15th August and Mahashivratri  festival