Like the Kosi, Ramganga is also a river of the Ganga system. It drains the western parts of Almora and south-east portions of the Garhwal district. It rises in the slopes of the lower Himalayas in central Kumaon on the south-east side of the water divide of the Alaknanda River.
It flows through the Dun valley of the Corbett National Park and joins the Ganga near Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh. The Ramganga’s course through the Corbett National Park sprouts flora and fauna amidst a wilderness brimming with dense forests, which are home to endangered tigers, leopards, elephants and over 600 species of birds. Fish like the Golden Mahseer and Gounch (Cat Fish) swim in the waters of the Ramganga and the river is renowned all over the country as the angler’s paradise