Ramgarh (रामगढ) is a small hill station and tourist destination on the way to Mukteshwar (मुक्तेश्वर) in Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India. This place is rich in orchards. An unobstructed view of the snow-capped ranges of the Himalayas from this place can be seen. The place was once the cantonment of the English army. The famous poets Rabindra Nath Tagore and social worker Narain Swami had established their ashrams over here. There is also a library dedicated to famous writer Mahadevi Varma, who got the idea of writing Lachma, the famous story, in Ramgarh. Mainly, people from Delhi and Dehradun visit Ramgarh to live in their cottages. The shops in Ramgarh comprise of real estate and confectioneries. Ramgarh is also known as the “Fruit Bowl of Kumaon” owing to its verdant orchards of Peach, Apricots, Pears & Apples. It comprises two parts – Malla, located on an elevation and Talla, located downhill.

Nearby Places :
Sattal, Naukuchiyatal, Bhowali, Ghorakhal Temple.

March to June – Pleasant
July to September – Monsoon
October to November – Cool
December to Mid March- Cold