Take NH24 and then take the Rampur-Pantnagar-Haldwani Road. From Haldwani, take the Ranibagh-Bhimtal road, and from Bhimtal, there's a road that will take you straight to Mukteshwar

Like any hill station, the summer temperature rarely reaches 30 degrees during the day, but the nights are comparatively cooler, and you will need a jumper

It's over 8000 ft, and a few places in Mukteshwar are situated at an altitude of 10000 ft. The drive from Ramgarh to the north of Mukteshwar is simply the type that will take your breath away

Again, it depends. If you can drive for 8 to 10 hours straight, then it's not a problem. But, my recommendation to you would be to take a break in either Jim Corbett National Park and head out to Mukhteshwar early in the morning. The reason is that it's a steep climb and motion sickness, coupled with a long drive, could make it taxing on your body

Despite the occasional spots you might find on Google, my recommendation to you would be to explore places that aren't on the tourist map, and trust me, there are plenty. You can visit the fruit orchards in Ramgarh, the rosemary and thyme plantations, the pear plantation, and many more. You should also try out the local delicacies, with the most prominent being the local Rosemary chai. It's simply delicious and will make you crave for more, as one glass full isn't enough. Look for places where you can see the snow-peaked mountains and inhale the beauty of the crisp air. Spend a lot of time talking to locals over chai and food

Anda Curry is very popular here and so are Paranthas and Mix Veg and they have a particular style of cooking chicken that's simply wow.