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Ramgarh, a hill station in the foot hills of Himalayas
The peace and quiet charm of Ramgarh draws people who seek a quiet holiday that will sooth their tired souls and re energize them. One can enjoy long walks drinking in the beauty of the scenery and the lofty splendor of the snow capped mountains of Himalayas.
Nainital, one of the most popular hill stations in India is just 26km away with the famous Naina Devi temple on the banks of the Naini Lake. The Church of St. John, built in 1847 is worth visiting as is the Governor’s House. Naina Peak, the highest point of the Nainital town, provides magnificent views of Nainital and the Nanda Devi peak and the mountains on the Tibetan border. Tiffin Top and View Point command excellent views of the Himalayan ranges and the lower forested ridges. Bhimtal Lake is a popular boating and picnic spot. The Bhimeshwar temple complex, dating back to the 17th century is an interesting landmark. Just 26 km from Ramgarh is Mukteshwar, a tiny hill station, popular as a tourist spot and well known for the ancient temple of Shiva, the Chauthijalli rock formation and the Angora wool sheep farm.
As a travel destination, Ramgarh has a lot to offer to tourists looking for a quiet holiday in the lap of nature.