hill stations near delhi


In India’s historical lineage, the Delhi has its own reasons to be called as the capital city. Of amongst, all the escapades offered by this big-hearted city, the hill stations near Delhi hold a prominent place. They not only introduce the visitors to the scenic undulating hills and the mountains but also, take them to some of the most picturesque settlements amidst the lush environs.


Situated at an astounding height of 1,427 ft above the sea level, Dehradun is the capital city of an Uttarakhand. Being one of the quaintest hill stations near Delhi, it is also the gateway to several other tourist destinations: the Mussoorie, Auli, Haridwar, the Rishikesh, and the Nainital.


With the pleasant climatic conditions, it attracts a plenitude of visitors from across the different corners of the world. Attractions: the Robber's Cave, Rajaji National Park, Tapovan, the Santala Devi Temple, the Wadia Institute, Malsi Deer Park, Tapkeshwar Temple and an Indian Military Academy. Attractions are: the picturesque valleys, the War Memorial, a Tip and Top View Point, Santoshi Mata Temple, the St. Mary's Church, the panoramic views of the Himalayas. Of the other great hill stations near Delhi, there is the affectionately called the 'Queen of Hills', the Mussoorie is located in the foothills of the Himalayas.


 Mussoorie's alluring beauty and charm, its pleasant and delightful climate makes it the most sought after hill stations around Delhi and in the country as well. During a visit to this hilly retreat, one can also enjoy the most panoramic views of the Shivalik ranges and the Doon Valley.

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