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    • Though the capital city, Delhi has scorching heat during summer, there are myriads of hill stations near Delhi, which will guarantee a chilling vacation for you. Located not so far from Delhi, these amazing hill stations are accessible by train, bus or taxi, whichever option is convenient for you.

      Within 300 km:


      -Dehradun: 243.2 km (Best for sightseeing, trekking)
      -Nahan: 250.6 km (Best for sightseeing, trekking, fishing, national park and fossil park visit, etc.)
      -Lansdowne: 260.7 km (Best for sightseeing, relaxation)
      -Parwanoo: 264.7 km (Best for sightseeing, trekking, hiking, cable car ride, fort visits, etc.)
      -Sattal: 296 km (Best for sightseeing, fishing, boating, trekking, hiking, kayaking, etc.)
      -Nainital: 296.8 km (Best for sightseeing, backpacking, camping, birdwatching, amusement park visit, etc.)

      Within 300-500 km:


      -Mussoorie: 322.6 km (Best for trekking, sightseeing)
      -Shimla: 342.8 km (Best for trekking, sightseeing, etc.)
      -Dharamshala: 474.8 km (Best for sightseeing, old temples, trekking, cycling, etc,)
      -Manali: 537.5 km (Best for trekking, sightseeing)

      These hill stations near Delhi offer myriads of adventurous activities too, some of which include rafting, trekking, national park visit, and much more. Hence, visiting these hill stations will surely be worth the money and time, energising your body and soul.


      Some of the best hill stations around Delhi are categorized below:

    • 01Most Popular Hill Stations around Delhi

    • 02 Manali

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      The highest point in the Kullu-Manali Valley, this is one of the most favoured hill stations near Delhi. Located on the Beas River Valley, it rises up to a height of 6,260ft above the sea level. Capped by a uniform layer of snow, it is amongst the best skiing destinations in India.

      Attractions: Rohtang Pass, Tibetan Monasteries, Solang Valley, Temples and Beas Kund

      Activities: Paragliding, Zorbing, Mountaineering, Trekking, Monastery Visits and Temple Tours

      Distance from Delhi: 550km

      Best time to visit: September to June

    • 03 Shimla

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      The capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla was once the summer capital of the country. Located around 2,205m above the sea level, this hill station was one of the most celebrated summer escapades of the British officials. Its fascinating snow-clad peaks, picturesque valleys and phenomenal climate make it one of the most popular hill stations around Delhi.

      Attractions: Christ Church, Anand Vilas, Chali, Temples, Waterfalls, Scandal Point and Museum

      Activities: Sightseeing, Ice Skating, Toy Train Ride, Church Visit, Hiking and Local Shopping

      Distance from Delhi: 358km

      Best time to visit: October to June


    • 04 Dharamshala

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      Dharamshala, a scenic hill station that is embraced by the enchanting beauty of the conifer and oak groves, snow clad peaks, lush mountains, and several trekking routes. Located in the Dhauladhar Range, this hill station is also one of the headquarters of His Holiness Dalai Lama.

      Click here to know more about the places to visit in Dharamshala.

      Attractions: Waterfalls, Temples, Masrur, Jama Masjid, McLeodganj and Dal Lake

      Activities: Trekking, Sightseeing, Bird Watching, Cycling and Horse Riding

      Distance from Delhi: 487km

      Best time to visit: January to June and September to December.


    • 05 Mussoorie

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      Affectionately called the 'Queen of Hills', Mussoorie is located in the foothills of the Himalayas. While the mighty range adds to Mussoorie's alluring beauty and charm, its pleasant and delightful climate makes it one of the most sought after hill stations around Delhi and in the country as well. During a visit to this hilly retreat, one can enjoy the most panoramic views of the Shivalik ranges and the Doon Valley.

      Attractions: Hills and Mountains, Waterfalls, Lakes, Heritage Buildings and the Mall

      Activities: Trekking, Nature Walks, Bird Watching, Boating, Ropeway Rides and Waterfall Tours

      Distance from Delhi: 270km

      Best time to visit: March to June and September to November

    • 06 Nainital

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      Situated in the Kumaon foothills of the Himalayan ranges, Nainital is also known as the 'Lake District' of India. Also considered a pious place for Hindus, this is one of the most popular hill stations near Delhi due to its fascinating hills, picturesque plains, enjoyable climate and stunning lakes.

      Attractions: Lakes, Temples, Eco Garden Cave, Mountain Peaks and View Points

      Activities: Rock Climbing, Wildlife Tours, Temple Visits, Cable Car Rides and Trekking

      Distance from Delhi: 278km

      Best time to visit: March to June and October to February


    • 07Hill Stations within 350 Kms

    • 08Dehradun

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      Find out amazing tours and activities in Dehradun

      Situated at an astounding height of 1,427 ft above the sea level, Dehradun is the capital city of Uttarakhand. One of the quaintest hill stations near Delhi, it is also the gateway to several other tourist destinations: Mussoorie, Auli, Haridwar, Rishikesh and Nainital. Pleasant climatic conditions and the scenic beauty of Dehradun attract a plenitude of visitors from across different corners of the world.

      Attractions: Robber's Cave, Rajaji National Park, Central Braille Press, Forest Research Institute, Tapovan, Santala Devi Temple, Wadia Institue, Malsi Deer Park, Tapkeshwar Temple and Indian Military Academy

      Activities: Temple Visit, Trekking, Wildlife Tours, Ice Skating and Sightseeing Tours.

      Distance from Delhi: 239km

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year

      Offbeat Activities in Dehradun:

      1) Paragliding In Dehradun
      2) Bike Ride In Dehradun
      3) Dehradun To Mussoorie Cycling Tour

      Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Stays:

      1) Stay at Shinura Nature Retreat, Dehradun
      2) Camping at Maldevta Farms,Dehradun
      3) Organic Farming at Elephant Walk Jungle Lodge
      4) Stay At Forest Rajaji National Park
      5) Stay At Kumaon Styled Van Serai At Jageshwar

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    • 09Lansdowne

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      Find out amazing tours and activities in Lansdowne

      Nestled amidst scenic oak and lush pine forests, Lansdowne was a cantonment town that was originally known as Kaludanda. Founded by Lord Lansdowne, the Viceroy of India in 1887, it was later renamed after its founder. One of the more picturesque hills stations around Delhi, a visit to Lansdowne is a rejuvenating experience.

      Attractions: Picturesque valleys, War Memorial, Tip and Top View Point, Santoshi Mata Temple, St. Mary's Church, panoramic views of the Himalayas

      Activities: Trekking, mountaineering, bird watching, boating, paddling and jungle safari

      Distance from Delhi: 249km

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year

      Offbeat Places to Stay in Lansdowne:

      1) Stay At Kasang Regency Hill Resort In Palkot
      2) Stay At Blue Pine Resorts In Lansdowne
      3) Stay At Vanvasa Resort
      4) Stay At Hotel Snow Cliff, Lansdowne


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    • 10Nahan

      Sitting atop the Shivalik Ranges, Nahan is a remote hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Popular for its calm and serene ambience, this is one of the hill stations near Delhi which still remains free from the hands of commercialization and is naturally adorned with alluring lakes, scenic peaks, evergreen forest ranges and a pleasant climate to boost.

      Attractions: Dhaula Kuan, Paonta Sahib, Rajgarh, Suketi Fossil Park and Lytton Memorial

      Activities: Wildlife Tours, Temple Visits, Trekking, Rock Climbing and Mountaineering

      Distance from Delhi: 260km

      Best time to visit: December to March

       

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    • 11Parwanoo

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      A scenic and quaint village located in the state border of Himachal Pradesh and Haryana, Parwanoo is the gateway to several neighbouring tourist destinations. Situated at the lower base of the Shivalik Ranges, this hill station entices its visitors with its charm and warm hospitality. It is also one of the largest fruit processing units in the country.

      Attractions: Kasauli, Pinjore, Sabathu and Dagshai

      Activities: Cable Car Ride, Trekking, Sightseeing and Outdoor Activities

      Distance from Delhi: 272km

      Best time to visit: October to May
    • 12Sattal

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      A little ahead of Nanital in the state of Uttarakhand, lays a paradise not one, not two but SEVEN lakes, which is called Sattal. It lies about 23km from Nainital at an average altitude of 1370m. If you are a wilderness lover, then this peaceful retreat is just for you. Indulge in all the grandeur of nature which is coupled with gorgeous forests and picturesque water bodies. A holiday sojourn at Sattal is exceptional for families looking for a quiet adventure. Bond with your loved ones or just by yourself, a holiday getaway at Sattak is nothing short of Magic!

      If weather permits, you can also engage in adventure sports such as rappelling or trekking in the surrounding mountains and hills. The lake also has a healthy population of carp and Rohu fish; however, fishing permits need to be obtained beforehand. A getaway at Sattal will assure you that heaven does exist!

      Distance from Delhi: 283km

      Activities: Boating, Sightseeing

      Best time to visit: March to June and September to December


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    • 13Kanatal

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      Be it for a family vacation, weekend getaway or a fun trip with friends, the hidden valley of Kanatal will surely amaze you! Hidden from all the touches of the modern world, this scenic and evergreen hill station in Uttarakhand boasts of its pristine beauty, pleasant climate and stunnig views of the Himalayan Range.

      Attractions: Shivpuri, Kodia Jungle, Dhanaulti and Tehri Dam

      Activities: Adventure Camping, Trekking, Sightseeing and

      Distance from Delhi: 300km

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year

      Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Stays with Activities:

      1) Hill Top Experience at Avalon Himalayan Cottages, Kanatal
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    • 14Kasauli

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      Find out amazing tours and activities in Kasauli

      Serene and tranquil, Kasauli is nestled amidst the misty and salubrious oak, pine and chestnut groves. Perched at a height of 6,100 ft above the sea level, this hill station offers a nostalgic glimpse of the Victorian age from the British Raj in India.

      Attractions: Baptist Church, Brewery, Sunrise and Sunset Points, Christ Church and Monkey Point

      Activities: Campings, Sightseeing, Trekking, Paragliding, Nature Walks and Camping

      Distance from Delhi: 300km

      Best time to visit: March to November

      Offbeat Activities in Kasauli:

      1) Rappelling At Sanawar In Kasauli
      2) Adventure Day At Kasauli In Shimla


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    • 15Bhimtal

      One of the largest lakes in the state of Uttarakhand, Bhimtal is a truly serene place of immense beauty! Go in the right season and you can see misty clouds descending right into its depths, fighting for contrasts with the green and blue surface of the lake. The surrounding forests lend a feeling of immense peace and tranquility. The lake has been named after Bhima, who is a character in one of the greatest epics of India, The Mahabharata. The skies reflected on the surface of the lake give it a surreal feel!

      As you approach Bhimtal through the Moradabad- Haldwani route, you can see the lake on your right side. There are numerous resorts around the lake where you can make your stay arrangement for the getaway. A school of ducks waddles along merrily, pausing to give you company! Bhimtal is a much calmer and underexplored region than the more popular Nainital. You can indulge in some boating across the lake or take a brisk walk in the surrounding jungles. There is just beauty all around you as you approach Bhimtal, the picturesque hill station near Delhi.

      Distance From Delhi: 307km

      Activities: Boating, Jungle Walk

      Best time to visit: February to April and August to November

      Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Stays:

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    • 16Naukuchiatal

      Similar to Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal is a sprawling lake surrounded by lush jungles and forests of immense beauty and varied range of flora and fauna. The name ’Naukuchiatal’ translates to mean the lake of nine edges. As you take Hapur Byepass from Delhi, you will be crossing the town of Kathgodam through Rudrapur to reach this picturesque destination. One of the lesser known Hill stations near Delhi, is is easily one of the prettiest.

      The noteworthy aspect of this lake is that it is fed by an underground perennial spring and boasts of a walking track around the lake. Now, who wouldn’t love to take morning walks in such beautiful surroundings! You can also indulge in boating across the lake surface or try your hand at a leisurely session of fishing or angling! The hills around the lake are perfect for those short treks if you are an adventurous soul. You can find some great resorts around the lake that are perfect for stay and comfort.

      Distance From Delhi: 313km

      Activities: Sightseeing, Shopping

      Best time to visit: March to June and September to November

      Offbeat Stays and Activities in Naukuchiatal:

      1) Paragliding At Naukuchiatal


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    • 17Ranikhet

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      Also known as the 'Queens Land', Ranikhet is a pleasant hill station located in the Almora district of Uttarakhand. Bestowed with exotic species of flora and fauna, lofty mountain peaks and fascinating wildlife, this hilly retreat is located at a height of 1,869m above sea level and offers breathtaking views of the western peaks of the Himalayas.

      Attractions: Rani Jheel, Army Museum, Jhula Devi Temple and Rama Mandir

      Activities: Trekking, Fishing, Nature Walks, Golfing and Local Sightseeing Tours

      Distance from Delhi: 341km

      Best time to visit: March to October

      Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Stays with Activities:

      1) Essence Of Nature Resort, Ranikhet
      2) Daankudi – Heritage House, Ranikhet
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    • 18Chail

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      Home to the highest cricket ground in the world, Chail is located around 44km from Shimla. Known for its misty stance, lush forests, pleasant climate and historical significance, this hill station near Delhi was once the summer capital of the Maharaja of Patiala.

      Attractions: World's Highest Cricket Ground, Chail Sanctuary, Military School and Gurudwara

      Activities: Sightseeing and Outdoor Activities

      Distance from Delhi: 347km

      Best time to visit: April to July and September to November

      Offbeat Stays in Chail:

      1) Glass Cottage Experience In Chail, Shimla
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    • 19Mukteshwar

      Take the route that passes from Delhi, Moradabad and Ramgarh to reach Mukteshwar. Sitting atop the Kumaoni Hills of Uttarakhand; it is a popular hill station near Delhi. Deriving its name from Mukteshwar Dham, which is a 350 year old temple of Lord Shiva, Mukteshwar is home to all that is pious and pure. Although it is home to the Veterinary Research Institue of India, IVRI, it is also the famous abode of a saint who was known as Mukteshwar Maharah Ji. The temple complex of this revered saint is now a ‘Tapovan’ which means jungles of meditation and peace. Just get here and lose yourself in the peace and serenity!

      A soon as you enter Mukteshwar, blooming orchards of apples, plums and apricots will greet you with their fresh and soothing fragrance! A mountain holiday coupled with adventurous activities is the offering of this stunning destination. You can take part in sports like climbing and rappelling at  Chhaulli ki Jali, which is a picturesque place to view a sunset! The rocks crop out of Chauli ki Jalai at weird but interesting angles which makes for excellent scenery. Walk through the placid Deodar Forests and make this destination last longer in your travel plans!

      Distance From Delhi: 342km

      Attractions: Mukteshwar Dham, IVRI, Chauli ki Jalai

      Activities: Climbing, Rappelling, Forest Walk

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year


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    • 20Almora

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      Find out amazing tours and activities in Almora

       Perched gracefully at a height of 1,651m on the Garhwal Himalayas, Almora is one of the oldest hill stations near Delhi where one can enjoy a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges. The peace and serenity that prevails in this hilly getaway got into the attention of dignitaries like Mahatma Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda.

      Attractions: Temples, Museum, Lal Bazaar, Zero Valley, Hills and Valley

      Activities: Trekking, Sightseeing, Temple Visits, Village Tours, Cultural and Nature Walks.

      Distance from Delhi: 349km

      Best time to visit: March to November

    • 21Hill Stations beyond 350 Kms

    • 22Kufri

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      Situated only 13km from Shimla, Kufri is yet another pictorial hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Well connected to Delhi, it is one of the most sought after winter destinations in India. Nature and wildlife lovers can satiate their yearnings for a delightful holiday here in Kufri.

      Attractions: Kufri Fun World, Mahasu Peak, Indira Tourist Parks and Kufri Zoo

      Activities: Adventure Sports, Yak Safari, Nature Tours and Zoo Visits

      Distance from Delhi: 372km

      Best time to visit: November to February

      Offbeat Experiences in Kufri:

      1) Snow Skiing In Kufri Fun Campus
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    • 23Kausani

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      Kausani is indeed one of the best places to enjoy the panoramic views of the Himalayas and its enthralling peaks. On a clear day, this hill station offers mesmeric views of paramount peaks namely Nanda Devi, Trishul and Panchachuli. It is located in the Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand and attains a height of 1,890m.

      Attractions: Pant Museum, Anashakti Museum, Rudradhari Waterfalls and Tea Gardens

      Activities: Trekking, Tea Plantation Visits, Sightseeing, Temple and Ashram Visits

      Distance from Delhi: 401km

      Best time to visit: July to September and December to February

    • 24Binsar

      A haven of peace and serenity, Binsar is located in the state of Uttarakhand, a little ahead of Almora. If a stay in the jungles is your idea of therapy, then this is the perfect hill station around Delhi to do so. The fresh smell of the pine forests will herald you arrival to this destination as you take the Delhi to Almora road onwards to Binsar. The drive that passes through various mountains is in itself a charming experience which shows you the best of nature on a platter. The forests filled with lush oaks and Deodars smile down upon you and the air is filled with the merry cacophony of bird sounds. There are over 166 species of birds in these forests and more, just waiting to be explored.

      In Binsar, there are a number of classy resorts as well as affordable stay options to choose from. While here, you can also delight yourself to the view of the Himalayas from the zero point, which is a t a mere distance of 25km from the Greater Himalayan Range. The sunrise and sunset views from here are simply amazing! You can also drive down to the ancient temples of Jageshwar and Patal Bhuwaneshwar, which is a magical drive through forest streams and waterfalls.

      Distance From Delhi: 402km

      Activities: Village Walk, Wildlife walk

      Attractions: Wildlife Sanctuary, Zero Point, Jageshwar Temple, Patal Bhuvaneshwar, Kasardevi Temple

      Best time to visit: October to March

    • 25Mandi

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      A gem of Himachal Pradesh, Mandi derives its name from a sage who used to practice penance here.Well connected to Pathankot by rail and road, Mandi is a peaceful retreat tucked away in the valleys of Himalayas. A picturesque hill town, Mandi is also the sight of confluence of the Beas River and Suketi Khad streams. This bowl shaped wonder of the Himalayas is also one of its chief administrative towns. The economy is largely agrarian, making it the perfect place to observe and absorb the Himalayan farming traditions and lifestyles.

      While here, you can also explore the ancient architectures of Panchvaktra Temple, Ardhnareshwar Temple and Triloknath Temple. From Mandi, you can also drive down to the scenic Prashar Lake and Barot. 

      Distance From Delhi: 423km

      Attractions: Prashar Lake, Barot Valley, Bir Monastery, Panchvaktra Temple, shikari Devi sanctuary

      Activities: Market, Trekking, Sightseeing

      Best time to visit: March to October

      Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Experiences in Mandi:

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    • 26Thanedar

      It is said that appearances can often be deceptive and it cannot be truer than in the case of Thanedar village, a quaint hill station located a little drive away from Shimla, close to the town of Naldehra. To drive to Thanedar is to drive into a spurt and burst of colours of happiness! The birthplace of Apple farming in the north, it is here that you can see lush green trees swaying against the backdrop of impossibly blue skies and cotton candy clouds. While the mustard fields dance merrily to the tunes of the wind, the brown earth keeps you rooted in the dream like destination.

      As you advance towards the town of Barobag, the tops of the hills open up a tapestry of colours! From white clad peaks of the Himalayas to the green topped crests of the mountains nearby. The Sutlej River dances merrily in the deep hillside gorges and the air is filled with songs of several birds. Wouldn’t you just love to be one surrounded such beautiful nature!

      Distance from Delhi: 435km

      Attractions: Arya Samaj Mandir, Tani Jubber Lake, St. Mary’s Church

      Activities: Trekking, Apple Picking

      Best time to visit: February to December

    • 27Uttarkashi

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      A river side haven of peace and serenity, Uttarkashi rests on the banks of the great river Bhagirathi. The route from Delhi passes through the scenic towns of Narendranagar, Chamba, Haridwar and Rishikesh before landing you in the lap of this breathtaking beauty of Uttrakashi. Widely revered by devotees all over India, Uttarkashi has slowly emerged as the chosen destination for all those who want to explore the valley of Gangotri, the origin of the pious Ganges River. The temple town is known for its homage abodes to various gods and goddesses such as Annapurna Devi, Kali Mata and the great Lord Bhairao.

      The starting point of various treks such as Dayara Bugyal and Dodital as well as the Yamunotri Trek, it is the starting point for many adventure enthusiasts and pilgrimages alike! Uttarkashi is indeed a paradise like hill station near Delhi.

      Distance From Delhi: 449km

      Attractions: Gangotri Galcier, Dodital, Dayara Bugyal, Bannderpunch, Duryodhan Temple

      Activities: Trekking, Religious Worship

      Best time to visit: November to March

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    • 28Kangra

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      The town of Kangra lies in the Kangra Valley and rests along the gushing currents of the Banganga River, which goes on to join the Beas River. Resting along the slopes of the Dhauladhars, this river is almost pious to the villagers of the surrounding towns. The ancient town also find mention as being the sight where one of the earliest wars was fought, according to the texts of Alexander the Great. The Indianepic of Mahabharata also lists the town as Trigarta. This is an allusion to the fact that this ancient twon has been a place of human settlement for many years.

      Located in the state of Himachal Pradesh, Kangra is sheltered by the mighty Dhauladhar Mountains on either sides and is one of the most picturesque place sin the state.  The temples in Kangra are what has given the town its pious status. The best time to visit this Hill station near Delhi is however, when there are a number of festivals in the valley like Sayar Fair, Baisakhi Festival, Navratra, Shivraytra and many more! The lakes of Kangra are more than just picturesque, they look like a magical moment frozen in time. The Maharana Pratap Sagar, Dal lake and Kareri lake are all equally beautiful. In fact, for its natural diversity, the Maharana Pratap Sagar was declared wildlife sanctuary in 1983. Almost 16 to 20 Thousands of exotic birds flock to its banks in the migratory season.

      Distance From Delhi: 469km

      Attractions: Kangra Valley, Dal Lake, Kareri Lake, Chintpumi

      Activities: Trekking, Forest Walk, Religious Worship

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year

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    • 29Auli

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      Surrounded by picture-perfect coniferous oak forest ranges, Auli boasts of being home to the longest cable-car ride in Asia; 4km. Located at a height of 3,049m above the sea level, this pristine hill station is also a popular skiing destination in India. The misty slopes in here are ideal for expert as well as amateur skiers.

      Attractions: Tapova, Vishnu Prayag, Joshimath, Badrinath and Skiing Festival

      Activities: Skiing, Cable Car Ride, Trekking and Pilgrimage

      Distance from Delhi: 500km

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year

      Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Stays:

      1) Stay At The Himalayan Eco Lodges In Auli

      Camping in Auli, Uttarakhand

      Camping in Auli, Uttarakhand

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    • 30Palampur

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      The picturesque and lush tea estates in Palampur boasts of the title 'Tea Capital of North India'. In addition to this, the charming atmosphere and the scenic appeal of this hill station makes it a popular retreat in Himachal Pradesh. Its meticulous beauty is completed by the fact - it is a confluence point of the hills along with the plains!

      Attractions: Sourabh Van Vihar, Temples, Tea Estates and Nature Parks

      Activities: Tea Plantation Tours, Trekking, Sightseeing, Paragliding, Angling and Picnics

      Distance from Delhi: 505 Kms

      Best time to visit: September to June


      Sightseeing Tour in Palampur

      Sightseeing Tour in Palampur

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    • 31Dalhousie

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      Standing the test of time, Dalhousie has successfully preserved its old world charm and appeal. Comprising of five different hills - Kathalagh, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora, it is the gateway to the picturesque Chamba Valley and is known for its mesmeric beauty, pleasant climate and snow covered mountain peaks.

      Attractions: Subhash Baoli, Khajjiar, Bara Pathar, Baktora Hills, Tibetan Marke and Kalatope

      Activities: Trekking, Lake Visits, Temple Tours, Cultural Visits, Village Tours and Boat Rides

      Distance from Delhi: 565km

      Best time to visit: May to September

      Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Experiences in Dalhousie:

      1) Trekking In Aamod, Dalhouise
      2) Trekking In Dalhousie
      3) Experience Camping At Joth
      4) Traditional Day At Dalhousie


      Adventure Day Out at Dalhousie

      Adventure Day Out at Dalhousie

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    • 32Chamba

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      Find out amazing tours and activities in Chamba

      In addition to the alluring beauty of the tiny hill station of Chamba are the river Ravi and the lofty mountains posing as the backdrop. Situated in Himachal Pradesh, the history of this quaint town dates back to the 2nd century. Legend has it that Chamba is named after 'Champavati', the daughter of Raja Sahil Varman.

      Attractions: Rang Mahal, Chaugan, Akhand Chandi Palace, Saho, Chhatrari and Temples

      Activities: Trekking, Rafting, Cultural Tours, Temple Visits, Horse Riding and Rock Climbing

      Distance from Delhi: 572km

      Best time to visit: April to October

    • 33Munsiyari

      The drive upto Munsiyari through the Moradabad Bye Pass right upto Almora, Bageshwar, Thal and Chaukori is marked by the mystic sight of looming and pointed snow clad peaks. The drive that passes across sights of immense and surreal natural beauty is one filled with immense peace and serenity. As you pass by, each vista unfolds to reveal valleys and mountains of unrealistic beauty! Until late, trekking in Munsiyari was not allowed without and inner line permit, but after lifting of the restrictions, Munsiyari has emerged as the choicest trekking destination in the North of India.

      You can spot the looming and majestic peaks throughout the town! The Panchachuli peaks in particular are a constant reminder of the beauty of nature. It is said that the Panchachuli is where the Pandavas cooked their last meal before progressing to heaven. The Goriganga,Ramganga and Dhauliganga, all tributaries of the Ganges flow and irrigate these lands to transform into a heaven of greens.

      Distance from Delhi: 583km

      Attractions: Birthi Falls, Maheshwari Kund, Panchachuli, Nandadevi Temple

      Activities: Trekking

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year

      No matter what time of the year it is, hill stations never cease to offer the perfect respite to visitors. Also, since all of these retreats are well connected with Delhi, they are easily accessible from within the city. Plan a vacation with your family members, friends or colleagues in any one of these destinations.