Haridwar by Road





The National Highway No. 45 passing through the city makes a journey to Haridwar by road an excellent traveling option. Reaching Haridwar by road has been made easy with the city's proximity to many major towns and cities of northern India.

The distance of Haridwar from some of the major cities of North India are given below:

  • Delhi - 214 kms
  • Nanital - 286 kms
  • Dehradun - 52 kms
  • Agra - 386 kms
  • Lucknow 475 Kilometers
  • Meerut 129 Kilometers

    The city of Haridwar is also connected with several other big, small and medium cities like Roorkee, Rishikesh, Pauri, Sultanpur, Bhagwanpur, Biharigarh, Mohand, Jwalpur, Kankhal, Manglaur and Muzaffarnagar.

    The National Highway No. 45 is well maintained and a major link with the capital of India. Tourists and visitors landing in Delhi can avail any road transport from there to reach Haridwar comfortably. Hotels, motels, petrol pumps and garages situated at frequent intervals on the highway make the journey more attractive and worry-less.



    Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012

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