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About Frozen Woods

Frozen Woods is located on the fringe of the beautiful and rustic town of Mukteshwar which comprises of an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and a forest reserve for wildlife and nature enthusiasts. The resort is famous for its vast landscape and the panoramic view it provides of the Greater Himalayan peaks like Nandadevi, Trishul and Panchchuli. Mukteshwar is a renowned holiday getaway and is a mere 8 hour drive from Delhi.  We have a number of special packages designed exclusively for our institutional clients/foreign clients showcasing the rugged natural terrain and the abundant wildlife. Uttarakhand also offers nature enthusiasts an abundance of flora and adventure lovers too will be pleased with the numerous mountain trails that afford opportunities to trek through some of the most beautiful terrain described lovingly by Jim Corbett the renowned author, game hunter and wildlife conservationist.

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Nainital Nainital
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Bhimtal Bhimtal
Named after a character from the Mahabharata renowned for his extraordinary strength, BhimTal is the largest of the lakes in this region in the centre of which is a small island-restaurant. There is a large Victorian dam at one end, terraced flower gardens on either sides
Almora Almora
Almora's renowned cultural and education centre has produced luminaries as Pandit Ravi Shankar, & the dancer, Uday Shankar. Mythologically, the Hindu god Vishnu dwelt here, and in much more recent times it has been visited by lesser mortals like D.H. Lawrence, Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens.
Binsar Binsar
The forest of Binsar is a place of outstanding natural beauty, and served as a summer retreat for the Chand rulers, and the British who came after. A scenic spot from which one can see fine views of the Himalayas.
Sat Tal Sat Tal
Sat Tal literally means 'seven lakes' and is a series of seven interconnected tarns. The three main lakes are named Ram, Sita and Lakshman after the main characters in the Ramayana. It is a peaceful and sleepy place, teeming with bird life. Peddle & rowing-browing-boats on hire
Ranikhet Ranikhet
Ranikhet' means literally 'Queen's Field' and was named after the wife of the 12th century Raja Sudhar Deve. Now a cantonment, Kumaon Regiment which dates back to 1780, and was built up in the late 19th century by the British. On the way to Almora is one of the highest golf courses in the world.
Naukuchiatal Naukuchiatal
Naukuchia Tal (literally 'nine-cornered lake') is an equally serene setting; a perfect spot for a picnic or for peddling gently across its still waters. The trees which fringe the waters' edges are mossy, and are festooned with creepers and orchids.
Corbet National Park Corbet National Park
The Park covers 525 square kilometres of mixed deciduous forests and chaur grasslands, and is home to some 50 mammal species, 25 species of reptiles and over 580 species of birds - as well as, of course, the King of the Jungle: the tiger.
Jageshwar Jageshwar
A Hindu pilgrimage town in Almora district, Uttarakhand, dedicated to Lord Shiva, located 36 km northeast of Almora. The temple city comprises a cluster of 124 large and small stone temples, dating 9th-13th century AD. Jageshwar is believed to be the site of 1st of the twelve Jyotirlingas.
Bageshwar Bageshwar
The town is situated on the confluence of rivers Saryu and Gomti. There are many old temples dating back to tenth century. Among them are the Baijnath temple and Bagnath temples.
Kausani Kausani
Kausani lies on the atop the ridge amidst dense Pine trees overlooking Someshwar valley on one side and Garur and Baijnath Katyuri valley on the other on Almora-Bageshwar-Didihat Highway.
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  • "We were in Frozen Woods in August-2011 for few days with our full gang, We had amazing experience there with full privacy.Manoj,the owner of the property was really helpful in all possible ways. The location is great with nice view of Himalayas and forest in the back.Some short treks are there in nearby places.You can also visit Mukteshwar too 15-20 minutes forest drive. I would strongly recommend this place."

    By Jaydeep Mandal on trip advisor - Stayed August 2011
  • "tucked in between the valleys this place is an excellent can just laze around and take in the beauty and enjoy the food....or you can roam around to surrounding stunning places....... strongly recommend to those who are packing off to mukteshwar"

    By Samrat Choudhury on trip advisor - Stayed AUgust 2011
  • "Had a great time at Frozen Woods. Wished had more days to spare. Very friendly owner and staff, attention to detail. Awesome location with natural forest cover , felt as if we were in the forest. Would love to come back again during the winter season to experience the snowfall firsthand."

    By Rohan Kamra on - Stayed April 2011
  • "What a place !!! phew !!! it was really amazing.. Cool , nice, calm, & a stupendous view of mighty Himalayas. You will find Manoj at its best in terms of hospitality. He has got this place set up at a very nice place with cozy rooms, candle lights etc.. I have advised him to build some recreational area & put up some swiss tents as he has got ample space. Hope next time around it is available. I am a native of Uttarakhand & have visited 90% state. Staying at Satkhol, Frozen Woods was just excellent. "

    By Ashutosh on - Stayed on in December 2011
  • "Everything is so good (House, Food, Staff, Manoj ji, Place), just cant resist thinking about visiting the place again. Been here two times, enjoyed both the stays."

    By Ankur on - Stayed on in December 2011
  • "A nice and quite place tucked in the middle of the mountains. Mukteshwar being a perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of the city, this place is not very far from it, just an hour's drive. Also one can take a walk around the property and catch some great views of the sunset. I stayed three nights here. The staff is extremely good and helpful and so is the owner Mr Manoj (though I didn't get to meet him personally but he made some arrangements for my stay just over the phone). I'd be staying here again."

    By Anubhav on - Stayed in October 2011
  • "We spent a brilliant week at Frozen Woods. The cottage is surrounded by beautiful woods and offers a spectacular view of the snow peaks. We had a great time in the rain eating the delicious food the staff had to offer. Recommended for anyone travelling to Mukteshwar."

    By Rohan Jain on - Stayed in June 2011

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