In 1840, Henry Ramsay was appointed Assistant Commissioner of Kumaon. A man keenly observant and sagacious, of cool clear judgment and strong will, tempered by Scotch, but with a single-hearted desire for the well-being and prosperity of the people over whom he was set in authority. He was trusted alike by them and by his official superiors. This road is in tribute to the grand old man of Kumaon!
On a beautiful morning of your choice, you can go to Mayolikhan. Amble along on old bridle paths through the forest, on one of the most beautiful trails in the Binsar forest. The Mayolikhan trail meanders through cedars and oaks, through little waterfalls and rocky outcrops, and eventually terminates in a quiet hidden village, almost lost in time. It couldn’t be more picturesque. We are happy to organize a picnic for you in these quaint sylvan surroundings.