Binsar is located at a height of 2400 meters above sea level. It is a well known forest reserve in Uttarakhand. The place offers visitors a panoramic view of the mesmerizing snowcapped Himalayan peaks. It offers a view of Nanda Devi, Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Trishul, Panchchuli and Nanda Kot. Binsar can be easily accessed by bus, rail and air. It is a popular weekend getaway destinations.
Pantnagar airport is the nearest airport which is at a distance of 127 kilometers from Binsar. It connects Binsar to the other parts of the country. The nearest railway station to Binsar is Kathgodam. It is located at a distance of 121 kilometers from Binsar. Kathgodam connects Binsar to important cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Dehradun, Jammu and Kanpur.
By road Binsar is located at a distance of 380 kilometers from Delhi. It takes about 10 hours by road from Delhi to Binsar.
Tucked away in the Kumaon Hills, lies Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, a forest reserve sprawling over an area of about 47 sq km, the sanctuary extends tourists a wide variety of floral species, fauna as well. With so much to explore, Binsar truly makes way to be one of the ideal destinations in the Uttaranchal. Miles away from the clutter and clamor of city life, an escape to the wilds would be a truly fascinating as well as refreshing experience.
Binsar is one of the most scenic areas and highly-acclaimed hill resort in the Kumoun hills. It is located at a distance of about 26 kms from Almora. Surrounded by abundant garlands of alpine flora, ferns, hanging moss, and many other species of wild flowers, Binsar is surely one of the most delightful places to visit. Apart from the glorious mountain range and the varied flora and fauna, Binsar extends tourist a plethora of attractions.