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Situated at little over 7000 ft, Mukteshwar is a small town made famous by Jim Corbett who composed his famous book The Man Eaters of Kumaon.

Get in

From Delhi to Kathgodam travel by overnight train. From kathgodam it is better to take a car. Mukteshwar is 70kms from Kathgodam and the journey takes around 3 hrs. Stops can be taken at Bhimtal to see the lake and also a Detour to Naukuchiatal is worthwhile.

Get around


  • IVRI and 350 yrs old temple of lord Shiva.


  • Mukteshwar is a great place to do Rock Climbing and Rappeliing as it offers high and straight rock faces at Chauli Ki Jali. Any resort can do the necessary arrangements for the same.
  • Bird watching and animal spotting, Complete leisure.



Mukteshwar has got some good commercial centers and “Shri Hari Store” is leading one. You can get all your daily need items from the Shop. From mineral water, wafers, cosmetics, Snacks to all the house hold items.



The northern side of Mukteshwar is occupied by IVRI and perhaps the PWD Circuit House is only the place to offer good Himalayan sight.

Shreehariresort ( is another quiet place to live. The resort is is only accommodation available at Mukteshwar (0 Milestone), which is surrounded by thick coniferous forest as seen from the front side of the rooms.

It is better that you stay at Peora which is about 10 km from Mukteswar on way to Almora and good apartments are available for staying in comfort (Resort Sequester). Peora offers excellent Himalayan view with its snow capped ranges. Or else you may choose to stay at Sagarkhet towards Ramgarh. Couple of lodges are available there but water supply may pose a problem.

Get out

Nainital - the lake city, Almora the ancient capital of Chand rulers.

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