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Ramgarh experiences typical sub tropical climatic conditions making it pleasant in summers and cold in winter months. The summer season from April to June attracts a lot of tourists from the plains seeking respite from the harsh Indian summers. The summer temperatures of Ramgarh range between 25 to 30 degrees Celsius making it a perfect time to explore the hill town. The monsoon rains between July and September bring adequate rainfall making the hills look surreal and beautiful with advancing waterfalls.

How To Reach

By Road:

Reaching Nainital by road is one of the most convenient options for tourists. Nainital is well connected by good motor able roads on the Kumaon highway extension. The popular hill city of Kausani lies at a distance of 120 Kms from Nainital. Regular cab and bus services ply between major nearby cities including Raniket (60 Km), Bhimtal (25 Kms), Bageshwar (136 Kms) and Almora (72 Kms).

By Air:

Ramgarh does not have a dedicated airport facility and the closest airport is the one located in Pantnagar at a distance of 76 Kms. Pantnagar airport is well connected to the national capital of New Delhi and Dehradun with regular daily flights. Local cabs and buses are freely available outside the Pantnagar airport to reach Ramgarh.

By Rail:

Ramgarh does not have a railway station due to its location in the hilly terrain. The nearest railway station is the one located in Kathgodam at a distance of 45 Kms from Ramgarh city center. Kathgodam railway station is known as the gateway of the Kumaon region and connects the region with all major parts of India on a regular basis. Regular train services from New Delhi reach Kathgodam offering an easy transit point for the tourists. The railway station has a good number of taxi and buses available for travelers to reach Ramgarh.


Ramgarh is a picturesque hill station located at an elevation of 1729 meters above sea level in the Kumaon region of Uttrakhand. Also known as the fruit bowl of the Kumaon region, Ramgarh is home to some of the most beautiful apple and apricot orchids. Away from the hustle and bustle of urban city chaos, Ramgarh offers a tranquil holiday destination amid the magnificent Himalayan peaks and silent lush green valleys. The city of Ramgarh attracts a large number of tourists, nature lovers and photography enthusiasts virtually all through the year.


With its transcendental silence and wonderful natural ambience of snow capped mountain peaks and lush green valley's, Ramgarh is one of the most picturesque hill stations. Considered to be one of the favorite hill resorts of the British, Ramgarh also has the distinction of being associated with Rabindranath Tagore who composed some of his finest poems in the city.


The people of Ramgarh are warm and friendly with Hindi being the most popular language of the region. Ramgarh is rich in flora and fauna with dense forest beds having Oak, Pine and Rhododendron tree lines making it one of the most picturesque towns of Uttrakhand. Shopping enthusiasts can try the wide range of Garhwali handicrafts available in local stores and shops. Various typical hill handicraft designs made with a blend of silk and cotton are easily available.


The ancient temples of Ramgarh not only rejuvenate the soul but the natural beauty of the hills offer a subtle and cosmic attraction brining travelers close to nature. Unlike most hill stations that are crowded and cramped for space, Ramgarh offers a lovely natural travelling experience in the magnificent Garhwal region with serene natural hotspots, abundant tree lines and waterfalls making it one of the upcoming popular hill resorts in Uttrakhand.