Trekking & camping

The rolling topography, unknown trails, plush green forests, and narrow tracks make trekking one of the most exciting activities in Mukteshwar. Based on your expertise and stamina, you can choose from easy to moderate hiking trails here. Most of them need no professional guidance and offer a refreshing walk in the fresh air of Mukteshwar. Popular trails are from Peora to Almora, Peora to Mukteshwar, Binsar to Artola Trek and the riverside trek. Night trekking and camping are also popular. Such activities are fun when you plan a weekend getaway with family, same age couples, or a group of close friends.


Paragliding is one of the most exhilarating things to do in Mukteshwar. Mostly it is offered as a part of a camping package, which includes a number of fun and thrilling activities like river crossing, kite flying, night treks, & wildlife tracking; besides food and accommodation. The complete package costs close to INR 5000 per person. This is one of the best places for trying paragliding in India as professional guidance ensures that it’s a smooth, safe glide over the lovely greenery of Mukteshwar.

Rock climbing & rappelling

Rock climbing and rappelling are two more of the most challenging things to do in Mukteshwar. There are a number of cliffs and rocky outcrops in Mukteshwar that offer varied difficulty levels. Even if you are a beginner, there are enough of easy climbs that you can attempt. With experts helping you sail through the challenge, both rappelling and rock climbing will make you feel proud about completing the challenge.

Watching the sunrise above the Nanda Devi peak

Nanda Devi- the second highest peak of India is visible from Mukteshwar mountain tops. The spellbinding view is accentuated with orange and golden hues of sunrise. One of the best experiences in Mukteshwar is witnessing the sun as it rises above the Nanda Devi peak and lights up the small hill-station. Capture it in your video camera to relive this wonderful sunrise again and again.

Visiting the age old temples

There is something inexplicably charming about temples in the mountains, and Mukteshwar is no different. It is a small town with many age-old temples such as Shiva Temple, Rajarani Temple, and Brahmeswara Temple, which are popular among locals as well as tourist coming here for a weekend vacation. The most famous temple- Mukteshwar Dham is dedicated to Lord Shiva, Parvati, Ganesha, and Nandi. Temple visits are an essential part of sightseeing in Mukteshwar. Include these visits in your list of things to do in Mukteshwar to connect with nature and the pahari Gods!