Beat The Heat: 10 Hill Stations To Visit From Delhi

OT Staff

Kausani, Uttarakhand

Kausani is a picturesque hill station known for its panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Nanda Devi and Trisul peaks. Famous for its tea gardens, the area inspired Mahatma Gandhi, who called it the "Switzerland of India."

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Shoja, Himachal Pradesh

Shoja, a village in Himachal Pradesh's Banjar Valley, offers pristine natural beauty perfect for relaxation. Surrounded by wilderness, it features wooden temples and scenic views.

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Dhanaulti, Uttarakhand

Dhanaulti is nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas near Mussoorie. Known for its serene environment, it offers stunning views of the snow-capped peaks. The Eco Park, Surkanda Devi Temple, and extensive apple orchards are popular attractions.

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Chamba, Himachal Pradesh

Chamba is renowned for its ancient temples and rich cultural heritage. Located on the banks of the Ravi River, it boasts notable sites like the Lakshmi Narayan temples and Bhuri Singh Museum.

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Chatpal, J&K

Chatpal, a secluded village in Kashmir, is renowned for its unspoiled natural beauty, with lush green valleys, sparkling streams, and apple and walnut orchards. It offers a serene escape from bustling life, featuring simple local living, trekking opportunities, and picturesque landscapes.

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Askot, Uttarakhand

Askot, situated near the Indo-Nepal border, is renowned for its lush Pine, Deodar, and Rhododendron forests. Visitors can enjoy scenic views of gurgling streams against the Chhiplakot and Panchchuli ranges and the Nepalese mountains.

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Kalpa, Himachal Pradesh

Kalpa offers breathtaking vistas of snow-capped peaks and lush valleys. Known for its ancient temples and rich cultural heritage, it attracts tourists seeking serenity and adventure.

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Sanasar, J&K

Sanasar boasts picturesque landscapes with lush meadows and pine forests. It is a paradise for adventure enthusiasts, offering paragliding, trekking, and camping opportunities.

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Rajgundha, Himachal Pradesh

Tucked away in Kangra district's remote Chota Bhangal region, Rajgundha village attracts trekkers and nature enthusiasts seeking solace. Beyond its scenic beauty, Rajgundha thrives on its rich cultural heritage, upheld by a close-knit community.

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Binsar, Uttarakhand

Binsar, once the Chand Dynasty's summer capital, is full of historical charm. It's a quaint haven in the Kumaon hills, offering breathtaking vistas of Himalayan peaks like Chaukhamba, Trishul, and Nanda Devi.

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