It is one of the serene and secluded hill station, belongs to Kumaon district of Uttarkhand, at an altitude of 1789 meters above the sea level. The beautiful hill station was first found by British. There are some ancestral buildings in Ramgarh which are used as temporary residence of officers and as inspection bungalows. This hill station is frequently visited by several high profile personalities of India. One can get amused by orchards of plums, apricots, apples and peaches. Rabindranath Tagore, one of the famous nobel laureate was fond of this place. It is a perfect choice to set in cool and calm thinking which revoke artistic ideas. Many artists and writers are fond of this place to rejuvenate and refresh their thinking. It is an excellent place for leisure trip and to spend happy holidays in serenity with salubrious weather. Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Tulla Ramgarh, Sri Narain Swami Ashram and Rest house of Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigamlla are other popular spots in Ramgarh.
Places to visit
It is located at an altitude of 1370 meters from the sea level. It is a beautiful perennial lake with emerald green water. It has an island restaurant, an ancient temple, dam and boat cruises.
Shiva Temple, Girija Devi Temple and Nathuakhan are other well-known spots in Ramgarh.
Activities to do
Mountain climbing, Mountain biking, Camping and Fishing are the favorite tourist activities enjoyed in Ramgarh.
How to reach Ramgarh
Delhi Jolly Grant airport is the nearest international airport around 325 km from Ramgarh. The nearest domestic airport is Pantnagar.
Kathgodam railway station is the nearest rail head, located around 35 km from Nainital. From Nainital there are many taxi services available to reach Ramgarh.
Ramgarh is well connected with nearby major cities by well-established road network.
In summer 15 C – 30 C and in winter 0 C – 24 C and best visited between November and May.