About Mukteshwar

Nestled in Uttarakhand, India, Mukteshwar stands at 2171 meters, offering a picturesque escape. Known for its Shiva temple, rock climbing cliffs, and waterfalls like Bhalu Ghaad, it’s a haven for nature lovers. The town has historical significance, playing a vital role in serum production and hosting Nobel laureate scientist Robert Koch.

Adventure seekers enjoy rock climbing, rappelling, and trekking amidst lush green landscapes. Mukteshwar’s geography unfolds with stunning views of the Indian Himalayas, including Nanda Devi, and a climate with cold winters and refreshing summers.

‘Kumaon Vani’ is a local community radio service covering environment, agriculture, culture, weather, and education. Recent developments include a ‘Renewable Park’ using solar electricity. Easily accessible, Mukteshwar connects to the world through the Pantnagar airport and Kathgodam railway head, beckoning travelers to explore its wonders.

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