Top 20 Places to visit in Uttarakhand during winters

Your perfect destination for this winter!

: Oct 02, 2018    : Milan

Bordered by Tibet in the north, Nepal in the east, Himachal Pradesh in the west and the Gangetic plains in the south, Uttarakhand, the land of spirituality seems to be a jewel on the crown of Indian Territory. Being the originating point of significant Indian rivers, Uttarakhand is the abode of some of the best hill stations in north India. While the winter season can offer you the best views of snow packed mountain ranges, the same ranges can be the comfort zones in the scorching summer. From thrilling mountain climbing to relaxing leisure walk, each single activity is delightful and worthy to time spending. Today we're going to uncover Top 20 places to visit in Uttarakhand during winters

1. Auli

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For those looking for winter getaways in India that offer eye-popping views of the mountains covered in a blanket of thick snow and a number of slope roof resorts, Auli is one of the best options. A popular skiing destination in Uttarakhand. Auli is one such place where you can dive into a melange of snow sports and venture for a trek in Gurson Bugyal. Auli provides a perfect spot for winter family holidays in Uttarakhand and also is quite a nice honeymoon destination. During your winter holiday in Auli, you can witness, in fact ride Asia’s longest cable/ chair car that starts from Joshimath to Auli and vice-versa. There are several best places to visit in winter near Auli such as Joshimath and Trishul Peak. Vansh Narayan Kalpeshwar, known for valley and caves is also another site to visit.

How to Reach:
Jolly Grant Airport is the closest airport located in Dehradun at a distance of 277 from Auli. Haridwar is the closest railway station located near Rishikesh at a distance of 292 km from Auli. Local buses and taxis both government and private are available from Dehradun, Haridwar and Rishikesh to Auli via national highway 07.
Best Time:
The best season to visit Auli is all through out the year. Tourist attraction in Auli is Snow Skiing and is best during November to March. May to November offers cool and pleasant climate and the right period to spend relaxing moments in the outdoors. December to February is snow bound and chilly.
Auli has a series of impressive resorts that offer all basic amenities and comfortable rooms to the guests. You can also find dormitories in some of hotels making it a budget-friendly destination in Uttarakhand.

2. Munsiyari

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A place where time stops, where the beauty captures the eyes of the beholder, and where one can’t help but fall in love, Munsiyari is yet another beautiful skiing destination in Uttarakhand. This small town in Kumaon Hills is widely known for its pleasant weather during summer and reputed to be a place where thick layer of snow covers the hill station during winter season. It offers a refreshing ambience, several awe-inspiring attractions and a quiet murmur of wind, no wonder it is tagged as Uttarakhand’s very own Kashmir. The popular tourist attractions in Munsiyari in and around are Birthi Falls (35 km), Kalamuni Top (14 km) and where an ancient Kali temple is located; two freshwater lakes – Thamri Kund and Maheshwari Kund. There also exist a hot water natural spring, Madkot. Munsiyari is perfect for the family vacations and can be considered as a top honeymoon getaway in Uttarakhand.

How to Reach:
Munsiyari is a very long drive from Delhi and a break journey at Vijaypur, Chaukori or Almora is advisable. If you are traveling by public transport, you may take a bus from Anand Vihar ISBT to Almora and then another bus to Munsiyari. One can also take a bus from Pithoragarh, which is 135 km from Munsiyari.
Best Time:
The months March-June and mid-September-October are perfect for visiting Munsiyari. The days then are pleasant with sunny temperatures in the range 25-30 degrees range with cooler nights. This period is also ideal for trekking in the nearby mountains.
Auli has a series of impressive resorts that offer all basic amenities and comfortable rooms to the guests. You can also find dormitories in some of hotels making it a budget-friendly destination in Uttarakhand.

3. Landour

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Just a few kilometers from the bustling Mussoorie, there’s a peaceful heaven called Landour. You may not have heard a lot about it, but it is among the most serene places to see in Uttarakhand. You can either stay at a heritage property in Landour or make it a day-long visit from Mussoorie. But if you prefer places that are less commercialized and crowded, you can ditch Mussoorie for Landour. You can checkout this guide to Landour for more information.

How to Reach:
It’s easily accessible from Mussoorie. One can take a cab from the Mall Road or can walk if you prefer walking through the cold woods.
Best Time:
Landour is pleasant and peaceful throughout the year. April to June is the best time to visit Landour due to its comfortable weather. August and September are rainy months, but also one of the most beautiful months to spend in Landour.

4. Mussoorie

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Mostly known as the ‘queen of the hills’, Mussoorie is the pride of Uttarakhand Tourism industry and a significant source of revenue for the state. Breathtaking scenic beauty of Mussoorie compels the travelers to accept the truth that nature has painted the canvas of this astounding tourist spot with sheer concentration. Nestled amidst the undulating Himalayan ranges, this region seems like a nest of peace. The average altitude of Mussoorie is 1,880 m whereas the highest peak is more than 2,290m high making it a paradise for the thrill seekers. March to June and September to November is the best time to visit this splendid spot.

How to Reach:
Dehradun Railway Station, located around 36 km away serves as the nearest railway station to Mussoorie. Number of trains from far and near of cities including Delhi, Kolkata, Jammu and Amritsar serve Dehradun city. After reaching Dehradun by train, visitors can board local taxis or buses for Mussoorie.
Best Time:
The months of April, May and June witness the peak season owing to the pleasant climate while those looking forward to see snowfall should visit Mussoorie during winters. August-September: Mussoorie usually sees heavy rainfall during the monsoon season.

5. Chopta

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For an ideal getaway and for those wanting a little off-beat retreat in the hills surrounded by alpine grassland, you can come vacay in one of Uttarakhand’s best places, Chopta. This destination is gaining a reputation for being one of the top travel destinations in the state. It can, in fact, be called one of the gems Uttarakhand posses that is blessed with rich flora and fauna, natural splendours and is also a starting point to various trekking places. A visit here during winters can also be preferred by adventurers who are interested to go on a winter trek. The two popular trekking places in Chopta are Tungnath and Chandrashila.

How to Reach:
Jolly Grant Airport is the closest airport located in Dehradun at a distance of 178 km from Chopta. Haridwar and Rishikesh are the closest railway station located at a distance of187 km from Chopta. You can get plenty of local and private buses and taxis plying to Chopta from cities such as Uttarkashi, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Rudraprayag, and Pauri.
Chopta has nature camps, luxury resorts and budget hotel. You can get well-maintained rooms with nice facilities and amenities.

6. Rishikesh

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A place packed with a mix of varieties of things to do and see, Rishikesh is an integral part of Uttarakhand tourism. This place is known as the gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas making it an obvious stop while heading to the mountains. Here, you can seek blessing in the pilgrimage sites and also visit many ashram around, learn some new stretches with yoga sessions and also visit the well-known didgeridoo maker in Rishikesh. The attractions you can visit here are, Ram and laxman Jhula, the Beatles Ashram, Swarg Ashram. Besides that, there are many other places you can visit nearby such as Rajaji National Park, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Narendra Nagar and Haridwar.

How to Reach:
Jolly Grant airport located at Dehradun is the closest airport to Rishikesh at a distance of 35 km. Rishikesh has a railway station, however, Haridwar is more convenient since it is well connected from other major cities. There are plenty of private and government buses that ply to and fro services to Rishikesh from the major north Indian states, Dehradun and Haridwar.
From budget to luxury, Rishikesh offers a number of hotels and resorts. You can also find guest houses and hostels for backpackers.

7. Harsil

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Seated in the lap of nature, Harsil is a beautiful Garhwal Himalayan destination that brilliantly displays green valleys and meandering meadows in the summer but in winter,s it becomes a fairytale land by being covered in layers and layers of snow. It is an ideal paradise for solitary and serenity seeking travellers, and is a perfect place to simply come and relax amid nature in their beautiful mountain resorts. One cannot resist the crimson rays of the sun, the chirping of birds and the wide expanse of snow, feeling refreshed already?

How to Reach:
The closest airport to Harsil is Jolly Grant at Dehradun located at a distance of 253 km. Haridwar and Rishikesh are the two closest airports for Harsil at a distance of 268 km. Private and local run buses and taxis are available from the stations to reach Harsil via national highway 34.
Harsil has a number of resorts and hotels offering posh rooms with well-maintained facilities to the guests.

8. Corbett National Park

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The place where you can not only be one with nature but also enjoy the splendor of wildlife, Corbett National Park is certainly a place to visit during winter in Uttarakhand. In this season, you get to spend ample time in the wild by going for safari into the dense forest in their many zones, as all of them remain open (Corbett is closed from June to the month of September). In fact, during your wildlife vacation in Corbett, you can enjoy basking in the warm sun at resorts that are placed just outside the national park. And if you are up for birdwatching, there cannot be any better time than winter to spot rare and migratory birds. A stay in some of the resorts that offer decent amenities will also make your holiday fruitful.

How to Reach:
Pantnagar airport located at a distance of 123 km from Corbett National Park is the closest airport. Ramnagar is the closest railway station from Corbett National Park at a distance of 12 km. Government and private buses go till Ramnagar from places like Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Nainital, Haldwani and Kathgodam after which you can connect to taxis.
Corbett has many wildlife resorts and hotels offering posh services and comfortable rooms. You can also stay in jungle resorts around the national park.

9. Kausani

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A picturesque hill destination in Uttarakhand, Kausani offers a panoramic 360° view of mighty Himalayan Range. It is one of the top places to visit in the state if you are a nature lover as its thick pine forests and alluring views call one for a rendezvous with nature. In Kausani, the places you can visit are Rudradhari Falls and Caves, Anasakti Ashram, Baijnath Temple, Kausani Tea Estate and Sumitranandan Pant Gallery.

How to Reach:
Pantnagar airport is the closest airport to reach Kausani at a distance of 177 km. Haldwani and Kathgodam are the two nearby railway stations located at a distance of 141 km from Kausani. You can find plenty of shared taxis and buses from Haldwani and Kathgodam to get to Kausani. You can even get private taxis or travel via own car.
Kausani has a number of mountain villas and resorts offering nice and relaxing ambiance and services. Guest houses are also available in Kausani.

10. Khirsu

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Its undulating meadows that get covered in snow, riveting ambiance and old world charm make one want to choose this place for a rejuvenating vacation in winter. Located in the Pauri Garhwal district, this admirable hamlet called Khirsu is one of the offbeat places that can make an ideal holiday destination, especially during winters, as it is considered the best time to visit for nature lovers. You can come take a dip in this romantic getaway that will make you fall in love with its beauty in winter instantly.

How to Reach:
Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the closest airport to Khirsu located 145 km away. There are two railway station close to Khirsu, Kotdwar (115 km) and Rishikesh (132 km). There are no direct transport to Khirsu but it is well connected from places like Kotdwara, New Tehri, Devprayag and Rudraprayag.
Khirsu has resorts, guest houses, forest cottages and budget hotels. You can select your choice of accommodation and convenience and spend a calm, composed winter holiday in Khirsu.

11. Lansdowne

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For perfect winter city breaks a visit to a place set in a serene atmospheric Garhwal Himalayan mountains, Lansdowne is one of the top destinations in Uttarakhand. This place was developed under the British rule and it holds strong history of freedom fighters of India. During your winter trip here, you can visit some places known for history, nature and architecture like the War Museum located in the centre of Lansdowne – Darwan Singh Sangrahalaya, an Anglican church – St. Mary’s, two vantage points – Snow View Point and Tiffin Top, and a famous Hindu pilgrimage place – Tarkeshwar Mahadev.

How to Reach:
Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the closest airport located 117 km away from Lansdowne. The closest railway station to Lansdowne is in Kotdwar (40 km), you can get taxis from here. There are plenty of private and shared taxis that ply to Lansdowne from these stations.
In Lansdowne you can find accommodations that range from moderate to expensive offering luxurious rooms and services to the visitors. For budget travellers, there are also reasonable hotels around the town.

12. Binsar

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Filled with supreme bliss, Binsar is a trekker’s paradise in Uttarakhand. Its undulating misty mountains offer perfect place for adventure activity like trekking, and who wouldn’t want to walk amidst the thick forest surrounding the earthy brown trails that leads to some jaw-dropping views, right? Here in Binsar, the obvious things you can do is trek, hike, click amazing photographs of birds hovering above you and even go for a local sightseeing around.

How to Reach:
Pantnagar Airport is the closest airport located 150 km away from Binsar. Haldwani and Kathgodam are two prominent railway heads for people travelling to Binsar (112 km). For Binsar, you can get direct taxis and buses from Haldwani, Kathgodam and Pantnagar.
At Binsar, you can relax in its charming cottages and guest houses amid nature, you can also find luxury resorts and hotels with picture perfect view of the mountains. Book holiday package to Binsar.

13. Nainital

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Nainital is a great place to see snowfall, though commercialized immensely, the charm of this place never gets old and it does remain one of the top tourism places of Uttarakhand. Its shimmering lake surrounded by high mountains is often a crowd pulling factor, romantic boat rides anyone on a cold day? Besides, winters too bring out the beauty and charm in Nainital. Here, it is not just the lake where you can row…row…row your boat but also you can visit some tourist places like Snow-View, China peak, Tiffin Top, Cave Garden, Nainital Zoo and Tibetan Market, and also ride the cable car breaking the mist that comes in your way. To get the best out of Nainital, make sure to visit during January.

How to Reach:
Pantnagar Airport is the closest airport to reach Nainital, located 67 km away. Haldwani and Kathgodam are two railway stations for people travelling to Nainital that is located 40 km. Local and private taxis and buses ply on regular basis from Haldwani, Kathgodam, and Pantnagar to Nainital.
A wide range of hotels ranging from luxury to budget can be found in Nainital offering comforting amenities and room services with a beautiful sight to sigh!

14. Pithoragarh

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An ethereal beauty that is surrounded by snow covered mountains, Pithoragarh located in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand is a must visit the place, especially for winter holidays. It’s riveting sights of the Himalayas will baffle you, so much that you wouldn’t want to leave this attractive place. You can venture to this land with a solo travel itinerary or even for family tours, honeymooning, amongst the best attractions. This go-to-place has some fun winter activities too like kayaking, canoeing, fishing as well as skiing.

How to Reach:
Pantnagar Airport is the closest airport to reach Pithoragarh, located 250 km away. (Naini Saini Airport in Pithoragarh may soon start operation of flights). Haldwani and Kathgodam are two railway stations for people travelling to Pithoragarh that is located 182 km. A number of government and private taxis and buses ply on regular basis from Haldwani, Kathgodam, and Pantnagar to Pithoragarh.
Pithoragarh has accommodations offering well-maintained rooms and services. You can find lodges, resorts and even guest houses here.

15. Ranikhet

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‘Star gaze underneath the dark blue sky in Ranikhet.’ If you are visiting during winter, this popular getaway will welcome you with snow everywhere, it is also good place for nature sightseeing. This cantonment town located in Uttarakhand’s Almora district is widely visited by families and couples, however, you may even see some backpackers lautering around the town. Here, the vacationers indulge in long walks visiting local tourist attractions and also partake in some popular tourism activities like adventure sports.

How to Reach:
The closest airport to Ranikhet is located in Pantnagar at a distance of 109 km. Haldwani and Kathgodam are two railway stations near Ranikhet located 82 km. Buses are available till Almora from there you can hire a cab to Ranikhet.
Ranikhet has a number of comfortable resorts, inns and hotels, offering facilities that will make your stay comfortable.

16. Kartik Swami Temple

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‘Set up at a splendid location with an imposing Himalayan Range as the backdrop, the temple of Kartik Swami is one such place you have to visit during your winter holidays in Uttarakhand. Surrounded by a varied mix of natural beauty, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s eldest son, Kartikeya. And the best part is, this holy shrine is accessible only via trek from Kanak Chauri Village. This three kilometre trek to some 3048 metres in altitude will offer an incredible experience and the locals even claim that the sound of the bells in the temple can be heard from a distance of 800 metres. In order to get to the main shrine where the idol is kept, you have to pass a series of stairs and from the top, you will get a delightful and uninterrupted 360-view of the snow-clad Himalayas. You can also get a beautiful sight of other religious important peaks like Kedarnath Dome, Chaukhamba, Nanda Ghunti, Trishul and more.

How to Reach:
Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the closest airport and from here private taxis and even bus options are available to Haridwar-Rishikesh. Further changing to a shared taxi for Rudraprayag to Kanak Chauri Village. Haridwar is the preferred place to halt while on your way to Kartik Swami Temple. You can get taxis to Rudraprayag further changing to another shared transport to Kanak Chauri Village. You can take a shared taxi from Rudraprayag to Kanak Chauri Village which is around 40 kilometres. There are bus options also from Haridwar to Rudraprayag, for a cheaper means to travel, however, the timings may vary.
Kanak Chauri Village is the base for Kartik Swami Trek and it has a few accommodation options. This village has an eco-lodge, Mayadeep Holiday Home and it is equipped with modern facility. There is also an Ashram near temple and instead of offering money, grocery items like rice, flour or even tea bags are appreciated by the local priests.

17. Pangot

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If you are over with Nainital tour and yet have some spare time, head for Pangot, which is located 15 km away from Nainital. Birdseeing is the prominent activity in this region. More than 150 species of birds are observed here. Most of the birds come down to the lower region of Himalaya to check the chilling winter effect. There are special birding lodge in Pangot from where you can witness the cheerful activities of birds more closely. Pangot is a paradise for the wildlife photographers. For clicking that magic moment of a bird in the greenery, Snow View Point and Kilbury are the most appropriate places in Pangot.

18. Bhimtal

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Mostly known for its beguiling lake, Bhimtal can be one of the best locations to spend your summer Holidays in Uttarakhand. Located at an elevation of 1371 m above sea level, this sprawling hill station enjoys a pleasant weather throughout the year. The magnificent hills hovering with lush greenery border the entire lake area. Bhimtal Lake has a strategically located restaurant at its centre, from where one can enjoy the scenic beauty of the entire lake. Boating on its calm water is an incredible experience. Angling is allowed here, but you need to take special permission from DCFR. One can indulge in rappelling or rock climbing in Bhimtal. Bhowali, Kainchi, Gorkhakhal, Bhimeshwar temple are some of the must see spots near Bhimtal.

19. Almora

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Almora is well acclaimed for its picturesque landscape and rich cultural heritage. It is located on a horse shoe shaped ridge of Kasaya hill at an elevation of 1638 m above sea level. Mostly known for its sightseeing place, Almora has many unique temples like Golu Devta and Nanda Devi Temples. Other significant temples are Katarmal, Jageshwar and Kasar Devi. Katarmal is an 800 year old Sun temple. Enjoying the sunset or sunrise at Bright End Corner is a must to do activity in Almora.

20. Bhowali

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If you want to explore some of the less trodden mountain peaks in Uttarakhand, Bhowali is the destination for you. Situated in Nainital district, this unique tourist spot is located at an altitude of 1,076m above sea level. Enjoy nature walks, horse riding, or even rock climbing and rejuvenate yourself. There are wonderful forest walks in this area where a walk to the Dorothy’s Seat picnic spot at Tiffin Top can be a memorable experience. Trekking to Naina Peak is another significant activity to be enjoyed here.

21. Chakrata

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Another famous hill station in Uttarakahand, Chakrata attracts attention of the tourists for its unique natural setting. Situated by the side of Yamuna and Tons River, this beautiful hill station is amongst one of the best locations to repose. The undulating terrains of the majestic hill, deep forests, and healthy climate make it a perfect destination for a soothing summer outing. Trekking to Kharamba Peak is a wonderful experience. The northern slants of Chakrata are famous for both skiing and trekking.

22. Chamba

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If you want to explore a hill station in fresh environs and stunning scenic beauty, Chamba can be an excellent option for you. The picturesque scenic beauty of the region with its unspoiled nature offers an outstanding feel to the tourists. The tiny hill station, decorated with pine trees and Deodar forest offering an impressive view of Himalaya. The pleasant weather of summer makes it a popular retreat for most of the people residing in cities. Monsoon is romantic here and winter season is chilling. Sometimes the temperature goes beyond freezing point and one can witness snowfall as well. According to the legends, Chamba was earlier a part of the Gorkha Kingdom but it was Kings of Garhwal who later ruled this place. As the region is located near to Mussoorie and Rishikesh, one can enjoy camping, trekking and climbing.

23. Chaukori

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If you are in need of a break from your hectic lifestyle, Chaukri has multiple options. It is located in the high hill of Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand at a height of 2010m above sea level. Chaukori is famous for its tea garden. The vergin beauty of Chaukori is unaffected by pollution and crowd the undulating terrains are perched with emerald green tea gardens overlooking the benign summits of Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi, Panchauli or Nanda Kaut. Due to the unpolluted environ both the views of sunset and sunrise is unique in Chaukori. The forest is rich in pine, oak, and rhododendron trees and interspersed with cornfields and orchards. Detached from all sorts of artificiality, this natural setting is the best location to compel tourists to plan a special holiday trip to Uttarakhand. Some of the prominent sightseeing places in Chaukori are Arjuneshawar Shiva Temple, Kalinag, Bashukinag, Feninag, Pinglenag, Mostamanu Temple, Harinag Temple, Ghunsera Devi Temple and Kapileshwar Mahadev Temple.

24. Dhanaulti

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Situated at an elevation of 2286 m above sea level, Dhanaulti is an attractive tourist spot in Mussoorie. Enclosed with dense oak, alpine and rhododendron forests, this exotic location can be the best retreat to the city dwellers. Slightly apart from the crowd of Mussoorie, Dhanaulti fascinates tourists throughout the year. From weekend travelers to family vacationers and corporate groups, everyone has something unique to enjoy in this diverse land. For thrill seekers, there are scopes to enjoy soft adventure activities like Flying Fox and Burma Bridge. There are wonderful walking tracks and nice corners and sitting spaces to spend leisure. Barehipani fall (400m) and Joranda fall (150m) in Dhanaulti exude wonderful natural ambiance. There are different varieties of swings for kids. So, if you are with your family, your kids will also like this place.

25. Dharchula

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Located on the border of Pithoragarh district, Dharchula is a lower hilly region in Uttarakhand. Slightly detached from all major cities, this location is one of the unexplored getaway destinations in Uttarakhand. This small hill station stands on the bank of River Kali and houses important spots to explore. This is an excellent option for those who seriously need a break to relax. Flourishing forest is perched with trees like Pine, Oak, Apple and Deodar. An extensive variety of dry fruit plants are also found here. You can visit some popular places like Jaulijibi, Narayan Ashram, Askot Sanctuary, and Chirkila Dam.

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