(Last Updated on : 25/04/2017)
Hill stations in Himachal Pradesh
evolved as the summer place for the British
Barog, Solan district
is 60 km from Chandigarh
. Barog is located at a height of 1560 metres above the mean sea level.
Baijnath, Kangra District
is a hilly town where the very famous ancient temple of Lord Shiva or Mahadeva
or Baijnath is situated here.
Chamba, Chamba District
Chamba is an ancient town with numerous temples and palaces, and hosts two popular local fairs.
Bir, Joginder Nagar Valley
Bir is a noted centre for ecotourism, spiritual studies and meditation.
Chitkul, Kinnaur District
Chitkul has the popularity for the growth of potatoes.
Dalhousie, Chamba District
Dalhousie is a famous and widely accepted hill station among the Indian and the foreigners.
Dharamkot, Kangra District
Dharamkot is an attractive spot that presents a wide view of the Kangra Valley and the Dhauladhar ranges
Dharamshala, Kangra District
Dharamshala was formerly known as Bhagsu, now a tourist delight.
Haripurdhar, Sirmaur District
Haripurdhar is located at an altitude of 2500 metres above sea level. This town was earlier known as 'Dungbhangayani'.
Joginder Nagar Valley, Mandi District
Joginder Nagar packs a good option for sightseeing, picnicking, angling
and adventure sports
Kangra, Kangra District
Kanga is a hilly town located at the confluence of the Bener River and Majhi River, and Beas River
is an important river
Kasauli, Solan District
established by the British in the year 1842.
Keylong, Lahaul and Spiti district
Keylong It is located along the Manali-Leh
Khajjiar, Chamba District
is also known as Switzerland of India. It is part of the Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary
Kiarighat, Kalka-Shimla National Highway
Kiarighat offers a stay for a while or stay overnight.
Kufri, Shimla District
Kufri has a Himalayan wild life zoo which hosts rare animals
Kullu, Kullu District
has a broad open valley formed by the Beas River between Manali and Largi.
McLeod Ganj, Kangra District
is a suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh
. It is known as "Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" because of its large population of Tibetans.
Manali, Kullu District
is a hill station with the Karakoram Pass
on to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarim Basin.
Mashobra, Shimla District
is connected to the state capital Shimla through the historic Hindustan-Tibet Road.
Palampur, Kangra Valley
Palampur is the tea
capital which makes Palampur
a special interest place.
Sangla, Baspa Valley
Sangla is close to the Tibetan border.
Shimla, Shimla District
acts as a hub for Indias tourism sector.
Solan, Solan District
Solan is known as the "Mushroom city of India" because of the vast mushroom farming in the area.
Thaneek Pura, Una District
Thaneek Pura is surrounded by the western Himalaya.