Geography of Ramnagar
is located at 29.40°N 79.12°E.
It has an average elevation of 345 metres (1,132 feet). Ramnagar is located
at the foothills of the Himalayas on the bank of river Kosi. The town
is well-known for being the gateway to Jim Corbett National Park and draws
lot of tourist attention because of its geographical location. Its proximity
to Nainital which is a famous hill station of Northern India makes it
even more popular. Ramnagar is the gateway to western Kumaon and Chamoli.
It is also the commencement point of Kumaon Hills with the nearby town
of Haldwani. Ramnagar is also famous for International "Litchi farming".
There is a Kosi Barrage in Ramnagar.
Climate of Ramnagar - Weather of Ramnagar
The mean annual temperature in Ramnagar varies from 15°C to 35°C.
Total annual rainfall is nearly 205 cm.