This wonderful place offers a large scale tourism for its green forest and grassland. Surrounded by the
attractive snow-covered hills of the Himalayas, this hill station is situated on the upper hills of Kumaon
at an elevation of 1869 meters above sea level.
Located 60 km from Nainital and 50 km from Almora town, Ranikhet offers the opportunity to rest between green pine, oak and pine forests. The travelers can see various species of animals such as leopard, cockroach, sambhar, leopard cat, hill goat, Indian rabbit, red mouth monkey, pine mongoose, jackal, red fox, langur and porcupine in the forests. Apart from this, there are many tourist attractions in Ranikhet, including temples, trekking and tourist sites.
It is only normal summer and the temperature does not exceed 20 degrees. You can roam this place well during the summer time.
Ranikhet rains for 126 days of the year. In the rainy season, landslide is common in Ranikhet and surrounding areas.
In Ranikhet the winters start in the month of December and remain till February. During this, the minimum and maximum temperature ranges from 3 ° C and 7 ° C respectively. There is heavy snowfall in this season.
Domestic flights near Pant Nagar Airport are located at a distance of 119 km from Ranikhet. This airport leaves regular flights to Delhi. Indira Gandhi International Airport is located at a distance of 350 km from Ranikhet as International Airport. Apart from this, this airport is well connected to all major cities of the country. Prepaid taxis are available for Ranikhet from Pant Nagar Airport.
Easy and regular bus service services are available from places near Ranikhet area. Ranikhet is well connected by road, from places like Nainital, Almora and Bareli. Tourists and government buses get regular access to Ranikhet from New Delhi.
The nearest railway station is Kathgodam Railway Station, which is located 80 km from Ranikhet. Regular trains run from here to New Delhi Railway Station. There are also trains available from many other cities as well. From the station, prepaid taxis are easily available for Ranikhet.
Rani Lake is a huge lake, which has been artificially developed by the cantonment board for the purpose of rain water harvesting. Situated between two natural lines of Kendriya Vidyalaya and Kenosha Convent School, it is a popular tourist spot of Ranikhet. The lake is situated at an altitude of 7500 feet above sea level and is an ideal place to enjoy boating.
Jhula Devi Temple, also known as Jhula Devi Temple, is a popular religious place, located 7 km from Ranikhet city.
This is dedicated to Hindu Goddess Durga. This temple was built in the 8th century. According to Hindu mythology,
this temple was built on the purpose of maintaining the grace of Goddess Durga on wild animals living in this place.
It is believed that Goddess Durga appeared in a dream of a shepherd and diged it here and advised to remove his statue. This temple is situated right in the place where the idol was found. The sacred bells are beautifully carved in the temple, and the sounds of these bells are heard clearly from a distance.
The golf course is a famous tourist spot located in Ranikhet. While offering a membership plan for outsiders, it is the second largest golf course in India with 9 potholes.
Mountain biking is a risky game in Ranikhet. Visitors can come here and make mountain biking in beautiful routes, in this they get an opportunity to visit unknown areas of this area.
The camp is a popular garden located in the Asian Park Ranikhet. Glorious to be the first park in the area, this area has children's area, herbal garden and a colorful fountain. Giving an opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking scenes of fascinating Himalaya ranges, this is an ideal place to relax.
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