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Mountain Trail Resort
Mukteshwar Distt. Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

Mountain Trail  Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
Mountain Trail Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

Route from Delhi - hapur By-Pass - Moradabad By - Pass - Rampur - Bilaspur - Rudraur (take tanda Road) - Haldwani - Kathgodam (270 kms. aprox)

Route from Kathgodam - Ranibagh (turn right before HMT) - Bhimtal (ask for Padampuri - Dhari - Dhanachuli Bend (ask for Mukteshwar) - Bhatelia - Mountain Trail (60 Kms. Approx).

Route from Nainital - Bhowali - Ramgarh - Satbunga - Bhatelia - Mountain Trail (46 kms. aprox).

Mountain Trail  Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
Mountain Trail Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

Mountain Trail is the Only Classified resort (by Dept. of Tourism, Govt. of India) at Mukteshwar. It has also been approved as an Eco lodge by various International Eco societies/associations.

ADDITIONAL USP : Mountain Trail is the only resort with its own Chocolate factory making Hand Made Centre Filled European Chocolates using imported equipment, accessories and 100% imported raw materials. Something you must carry back home for your loved ones.

THE RESORT :- Mountain Trail, situated at 2300 m (8000 ft. ) asl, only 330 kms from Delhi and 46 kms from Nainital, is an idyllic spot where you would love to spend your holiday. Set on a gentle hill slope, facing the Himalayas, deep valleys and a beautiful sunrise, located in the middle of a 2-1/2 acre orchard of over 100 fruit trees & flower beds of over 70 variety of flowers, Mountain trail is truly a round the year resort. In summer it has the ideal climate for a getaway, with pleasant days & cool nights. During monsoon months it is lush green, as far as your eyes can see. Autumn brings splashes of rust and vermillon hues to the trees while winter covers it in a blanket of snow.

Mountain Trail  Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
Mountain Trail Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

Though Mountain Trail is the ONLY classified resort in Mukteshwar ( by Dept. of Tourism, Govt. of India), it does not boast of Luxury. It however assures of all basic amenities, comfort, cleanliness, hygiene, delicious homelike food & courteous services.

ACCOMMODATION :- The architecture is designed to blend with nature. This idyllic small resort is built entirely in the hill cottage style. The TEN 14’ X 14’ DBL- Bedrooms have a very decent size attached western toilet with a verandah or glazed sit out. In addition it has TWO detached well furnished quadruple rooms, which have a quiet and private environment with mini lawns to themselves.

FACILITIES :- The resort has a cozy multicuisine restaurant serving North Indian Cuisine, Kumaoni cuisine & select Chinese & Continental dishes. It has a Conference cum Club Hall equipped with a mini home theatre system, a gift shop with table tennis & Carrom, a well stocked library, a gift shop selling handicrafts & local NGO products, doctor on call, travel helpdesk, Hot/Cold running water minimum 6 hours a days, stand by generators, separate Driver Accomodation at reasonable charges. To maintain serenity and ambience we have no TVS in rooms.

ACTIVITIES :- Picnics/Dayouts to unexplored beautiful spots, rivulets, waterfalls, birdwatching, soft trekking, bonfires, jungle walks with guided, NGO/Village interactions. Folk dances, Lake tours, Yoga and Rock Climbing/Rapelling etc for groups with prior bookings.

Mountain Trail  Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
Mountain Trail Resort, Muketeshwar, Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

ECO POLICY :- The resort is the first in Mukteshwar which brought the destination on the tourism map, thus uplifting the local community. It employs 100% local labour & services. Some of the current employees have worked as labourers with the project & are with us for the last 18 Years. Housekeeping is instructed strictly to switch the ‘room mains’ off as soon as guests leaves/departs. The entire outdoor light has 11 watt pedestal lighting to fuse with the gardens & orchard. Water is from a Natural spring source & collected by harvesting rain water. Water usage guidelines are displayed in each room. Towels / Linen suggested not to wash everyday. Cisterns are set at water saving levels The architecture is absolutely vernacular & blends with the village surroundings. These are ground level cottages only & has minimal impact on the natural surroundings. Waste is segregated as WET & DRY. Wet is used for manure in our orchard & Dry is transported to municipal dumps for recycling. No chemicals or inorganic fertilizers are used only natural manure. Eco Soap/Shampoo is purely herbal to avoid chemical discharge. Dos/Don’ts to protect environment are displayed on two ‘Information Boards’ at the reception itself. This makes guests aware of Hotel environmental programmes & learn to respect local people culture & traditions. Only paper bags are used in our gift shop. There are no TVS in the rooms. Old sheets & towels are cut to create cleaning rags. When we took over the 2-1/2 acres land to build a resort the greenery is now atleast 3 folds with almost over 100 fruit trees

ABOUT MUKTESHWAR

330 km from New Delhi, Mukteshwar itself was 'put on the map' by the establishment of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute in 1898, which owns much of the land around the little town, including acres of dense virgin forest, home to langur and rhesus monkeys, deer, a host of bird species and where - if you're lucky, and patient enough - you may even catch a glimpse of a mountain leopard, Himalayan black bear or wild boar. Exploring the nearby forests is a delight that defies all description. A short trek into these undisturbed areas unfold nature in its pristine beauty. Here small streams of crystal clear water, green meadows & water falls seem to emerge straight out of picture postcards.

From here one can see a range of peaks, including Neelkantha (Blue-throated Shiva, 6596 m/21569 ft), Nandaghunti (the Veil of the Goddess, 6310 m/ 19233 ft), Trishul (the Trident of Shiva, 7120 m/ 23282 ft), Nandadevi (Goddess of Bliss, 7817 m /25562 ft), and the majestic Panchhuli peaks. On a clear day, the peaks of Api and Nampa are also visible, over in Nepal. The view at sunrise from the small hilltop opposite the resort is breathtaking, and will stay a treasured memory, long after you have left.

The town's name derives from two Sanskrit words: 'mukti' meaning eternal life and 'ishwar' another term for god, and refers to an ancient legend in which a demon battles with Shiva, one of the three main gods of the Hindu pantheon, and, though the demon is defeated, he attains immortality. The small century-old Shiva temple, perched on an outcrop above the sleepy town, is a delightful place - serene, tranquil - from where you can look out across the magnificent valley spread hundreds of feet below.

Nearby is Chauthi Jali a vertiginous outcrop of rocks, and a great place for spotting eagles and other birds of prey as they circle the thermals. There is also picturesque little church perched on the side of the hill, which is seventy-five years old, and a PWD guest house with the famous hunter and writer Jim Corbett often stayed.

Mukteshwar and in surroundings has nearly 200 species of birds, 15 varieties of fruits and over 75 varieties of flowers & 18 species of mammals.


 
 
 

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