Travel Guide To Visit Lansdowne Hill Stations Delhi!

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Whenever it is about going to a hill station, we remember the high and lush mountains, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, and other beautiful things of Himachal and Uttarakhand. But many times, due to lack of holidays, a long rest plan is not available for the hill stations. Anyway, leave it. At least on weekends, you can go to the hill station. Lansdowne hill stations Delhi is one such hill station, where you do not need long holidays to go. Lansdowne hill stations Delhi is beautiful and quiet, as well as safe, as it has a military camp.

Where The Name Lansdowne Came From?

Lansdowne's real name was 'Kaludanda'. In Garhwali language it means black mountain. After this, the city was named Lansdowne in 1857 after the name of Lord Lansdowne, the then Viceroy of India. This was made the training center of the Garhwal Rifles Regiment, which was earlier located in Almora. If you want a little peace from the congestion of the city then you can go here. The local language of this beautiful hill station is Garhwali and Hindi.

Know About Lansdowne Hill Stations Delhi:

Lansdowne is one of the calmest and untainted slope stations of India and has been a mainstream goal since Britishers came to India. Enclosed by the thick oak and blue pine woods, Lansdowne seems like an old work of art. Situated far away from the infuriating horde of the urban areas, Lansdowne is a perfect retreat for the occasion producers. 

By the way, the weather in Lansdowne is pleasant all year round. It does not get too hot here. Between March and June, there is very pleasant weather here, while between December and February it is cold. Sometimes the temperature drops to zero. However, during winter, snowfall is worth seeing.

The celebration of Shivaratri takes place during February-March, whose view is quite captivating. The best time to visit Lansdowne is between March and November. It is neither hot nor cold at that time.

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