Tucked within hills and surrounded by lush green forests and fruit orchards is a town which is one with nature. Mukteshwar gets its name from Lord Shiva and is a go to destination for seekers of peace, solitude and for those who need unadulterated union with mother nature.
Mukteshwar is located in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand, India. It sits high in the Kumaon Hills at an altitude of 2286 meters (7500 feet), 51 km from Nainital, 72 km from Haldwani, and 343 km from Delhi.
Mukteshwar has a subtropical highland climate. The pattern of seasons is similar to that in other parts of northern India, with distinct summer, monsoon and winter seasons. However, due to its high elevation, Mukteshwar is spared the intense heat of lower-lying towns and cities. Mukteshwar has cold winters and relatively cool summer with drastically escalated rain, in relation with lower altitudes, and frequent fog.
Summers are warm with moderate rainfall, while the monsoon season is slightly cooler and features much heavier rain. Winters can be quite cool, and temperatures below freezing are not unusual. Snowfall occurs occasionally in December and January, though it is sparse, while the heavy rainfall events occurs during the monsoon season stretching from July to September.
(Summer) Max 20 Degree C.
Min 08 Degree C.
(Winter) Max 12 Degree C.
Min. 01 Degree C.
(Rainfall) 90 Centimeters or 38 Inches (July to August mainly)
(Snowfall) Every Year between (December and February)
March to June
Sept to Nov
and Dec to Feb
The nearest airport for
Almora is Pantnagar
Nearest rail head is Kathgodam (65Kms) connected to Lucknow, Agra, Delhi and Howrah.
Mukteshwar is Well Connected
|Kathgodam Railway Station||45|
|Kathgodam Bus Stand||45|