Being in the lower elevation, Hamirpur is warmer. The altitudes vary from near flat lands to higher levels of land that reach up to the heights of cliffs. The hilly ranges here offer great scope for trekking. The land is said to be the most literate district in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Given below are some of the tourist attractions in Hamirpur.
• Deotsidh Temple
• Sujanpur Tihra
Also known as the Baba Balak Nath Temple, Deotsidh Temple is an old cave temple just 30 kilometers from Hamirpur. The temple is visited by tourists and pilgrims all year round and stay near the temples in the facilities funded by the state government of Himachal Pradesh.
Sujanpur Tira – The capital of the Katoch Dynasty is famous for its various ancient forts, temples and festivities during the major Hindu festivals. The place also offers various adventure sport facilities to its visitors like Paragliding, River Rafting and trekking. The various temples like the Narbadeshwar, Gauri Shankar and Murli Manohar temple are frequented by a huge number of Hindu pilgrims.