Ramgarh, Uttrakhand at an altitude of 1789 m above the sea level; nestled in kumaon hills, is a small hill station nicknamed as a Fruit Bowl of Kumaon because of variety of exotic fruits grown here like peaches, apples, plums, pears, strawberries and apricots. The place is blessed with flawless view of snow covered Himalayas and embellished with quiet and serene environs.
We (two couples with two kids) visited Ramgarh in July, 2013 and chose to stay at "Soulitude in the Himalayas" in Gagar (near Nainital) which I feel is the right place to escape to...from hectic city life!
Kathgodam Railway station is the nearest railhead to Ramgarh situated at a distance of 45kms. We booked train tickets from Delhi to Kathgodam and took a taxi from Kathgodam to resort at Ramgarh. It was an overnight train journey and we reached Kathgodam at 5.30 am and boarded a cab to Ramgarh. It was quite chilly even in the month of July and I could imagine the winter season here.