Mukteshwar is perfect destination for nature lovers and those who want to take some rest from busy city life. You can view nice scenery and picturesque beauty from Chauli ki Jaali. Watch the hide and seek play of mountains with clouds during the trekking tour in Kumaon hills. All the major mountain ranges like Neelkantha Parvat, Trishul Parvat, Nanda Devi, Nandaghunti and Panchuli Peaks are visible from Mukteshwar. You can enjoy the opportunities of rock climbing and rappelling at Chauli ki Jaali with the excellent view of valleys.
How to Reach
Tourists can easily reach Mukteshwar by road, by air OR by train. The nearest airport is Pant Nagar and nearest railway station is Kathgodam which is around 65 kms from the town. You can take a taxi from here to reach the Mukteshwar. Mukteshwar is well connected with all the neighbouring towns; it’s just 51 kms away from Nainital and 42 kms from Haldwani.
The distance from Delhi to Mukteshwar is around 350 kms, which is around 7-8 hours journey if you are traveling by your own vehicle. You can reach Mukteshwar from Delhi via Hapur-Moradabad-Rudrapur-Kathgodam-Bhimtal.