Hill Stations in Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh offers world’s mightiest mountain ranges along with the snow. This state is blessed with the most charming and astonishing landscapes, high snow peaks of Greater Himalayan Mountain Range in India, lush green valleys of Khajjiar, deep gorges, fast flowing rivers, misty thin forests, enchanting lakes and flower filled meadows. Some of the hill stations of Himachal Pradesh are Shimla, Kulu, Manali, Dalhousie, Chamba, Dharamshala with Dhauladhar range, Kangra, Kasauli, Solang Valley, Kinnaur, Spiti and Lahaul.
Hill Stations of Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir is known as the "Paradise on Earth". This state has the brilliance in nature with charming Karakoram Range, Dal Lake and the beautiful gardens that were designed during Mughal era. The sparkling glaciers, snow covered mountains and scenic hill stations- all add to the tourist appeal of Jammu and Kashmir and Kashmir Valley. Some of the hill stations of Kashmir are Srinagar, Leh, Ladakh (for mountain desert), Jammu, Nubra Valley, Anantnag, Sonamarg, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Patnitop, Doodhpathri, Verinag, Drang, Dras, Nilnag, Daksum, Tosamaidan, Rajauri for the rural beauty, Udhampur for recalling the glorious past of medieval era, Kathua for trekking and the Sufi shrines, Kupwara, Badgam, Siachen, Kargil, Pulwama, Doda, Poonch, Baramulla, Katra for Vaishno Devi, Hemis, Kishtwar and Zanskar.
Hill Stations of Uttarkhand
Uttarkhand is the state of Hindu temples and hill stations. It is the best summer destination for all the tourists. Uttarkhand appeals all with the valley of flowers, Hindu temples of bygone era, majestic mountains, lakes and the authentic Pahari, Hindu and Tibetan cuisines. Rishikesh on the Ganga River, Haridwar for the Hindu shrines, Mussoorie for the majestic beauty of Himalayas, Nainital for the lakes, Pangot for bird watching, Abbott Mount for the deodhar and pines, Almora for the scenic beauty and the Ramkrishna Mission, Auli for the snow till March, Bhimtal for the lakes, Bhowali for the nature walks, Binsar for the Kumaon and Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Chakrata for trekking, Chamba for monsoon, Champawat for the rich cultural heritage, Chaukori for its tea garden, Chopta for the adventure sports, Dhanaulti for dense oak, alpine and rhododendron forests, Dharchula for the flourishing forests, Didihat for Panchachuli Peaks, Dwarahat for 55 temples, Gwaldam for tranquil ambience, Harsil to hear the sweet sounds of birds, Jeolikat for Corbett National Park, Kanatal for dense forest of Gharwal, Kausani for romantic walks- all one can find in Uttarkhand.