Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh

Creating magic with its natural aura is what Hamirpur region does. It has the ability to grab the attention of any visitor and melt his heart with its sensational beauty. Covered with Shivalik mountain ranges, Hamirpur is a small town that is famous for its temples and historical importance. As per the historical background of this town, it was predominantly ruled by Katoch Dynasty. Its king, Raja Hamir Chand built the fort and this town also got its name from him. And the dominant religion here is Hinduism.

Located at the height of 785 meters, Hamirpur provides beautiful views of mountain ranges and lush green valleys. This hilly town has a magnetic power of attracting any visitor in such a way that no one would like to leave it.

Climatic Conditions

The temperature of Hamirpur is cold in winters and it requires woolens. On the other note, Summers are hot and cottons are recommended.

Best Time to Visit

The perfect time to enjoy the splendid beauty of Hamirpur is between July to September, when the weather is mild and pleasant.


The district of Hamirpur has a total population of 4,12,009, with males as 1,95,971 and females at 2,16,038.


The total area of Hamirpur region is 432 sq. km.

Places of Interest:

Nestled in the beautiful mountain ranges, Hamirpur provides various sightseeing options. Each and every sight gives a delightful view of nature in its best form. On seeing the beauty of this district, the visitors would feel elated.


The local market of Hamirpur offers some of the most spectacular looking handicrafts and woolens that will make your visit ever more cherishing, as you take them back home.

Getting Here

The access to Hamirpur is not difficult as the nearest airport is Gaggal; whereas the nearest railway stations are Una and Pathankot. On the other hand, various buses are made available by Himachal Tourism Department.