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Travelling to Mukteshwar

Discussion in 'Uttarakhand' started by Sanjeev Nanda, Oct 7, 2017.

  1. Sanjeev Nanda

    Sanjeev Nanda New Member

    I am travelling to Mukteshwar with my family by the end of October. How is the place and what are some of the attractions close by?

  2. Mohit Eagle

    Mohit Eagle Member

    Mukteshwar is a small but beautiful town, it's a little further up from Nainital, another 50km up which takes around 2 hours to reach. It is a tourist place but less crowded than Nainital. The name Mukteshwar comes from the Mukteshwar Dham which is a 350-year-old Shiv Ji temple.

    Mukteshwar Dham (Mukteshwar Temple) - This temple is located at the highest point in the town, which is one of the main attractions in Mukteshwar. Once you reach the top the view is absolutely amazing and it is worth spending some time there

    Chauli Ki Jali - This again is another popular tourist place to visit in Mukteshwar and many people visit this place for the view of the Kumaon valley. There are some stunning rock formations which should also be seen. For those who like adventure rock climbing and rappelling is also conducted there.

    Bhalu Gaad Waterfalls - To reach the waterfall there is a small trek of 1.5km. The waterfall is not that big but worth seeing, as its something different with a little adventure. Some tourists also prefer having lunch by the waterfall, so it's a good idea to take some food along with you to make it a bit more fun.

  3. Dhruv

    Dhruv Member

    Mukteshwar is a beautiful small place to visit. However, it's not a place which everyone may enjoy. If you are someone who loves a bit of peace and quiet with beautiful surroundings then Mukteshwar is definitely the ideal place for you. But if you are someone who gets bored and wants to do some activities and see crowd then the maximum number of days you would be able to stay at the location would be 2 or 3 days.