Additionally, the town is perched at a peak hence the weather is welcoming throughout all the months. The town is a perfect combination of tranquility, beauty and serenity with a variety of flora, fauna, ancient temples, and several off beat picnic spots. It is indeed paradise on Earth with it’s breathtaking views.
The town also boasts of two prestigious army regiments dock that is the Naga regiment which is the youngest regiment of the army and as the name states, it consists of recruits from Nagaland. The second one is the Kumaon Regiment which is the most decorated infantry regiment in the Indian Army as the recruits have fought in both the world wars. The coast is clear for tourists to spend amicable time round the clock.
Although the British have left the country, you can still find traces of their architecture here. Churches, old bungalows are certain structures that have been preserved in their original form. Not just a treat for nature lovers, it is welcoming to all the curious buds as it houses an abundance of temples of various deities. Golden tip for golfers- Ranikhet Golf Course is one of the highest golf courses across Asia.
Legend says the land was later brought by the British from the natives and built into a summer resort apart from housing the army recruitment centre. The scenic beauty is a testament to this claim. Nature is at its pristine form- with tall coniferous trees, scenic green meadows, moderate summer temperatures, and warm and friendly locals.
One can visit Ranikhet at any time during the year due to its moderate temperature. It stands to be one of the few all-season destinations. Each season casting its own charm on the visitors.