5 Coldest Hill Stations in India

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Hill stations are amazing places to visit during the holidays. Not only is the surrounding scenery absolutely mesmerizing, but the cold weather makes everything that much more pleasant and magical.

5 Coldest Hill Stations in India

Without further ado, here are five of the coldest hill stations located in India where you can enjoy the thrill of a wintry sensation throughout the year:

1. Coorg, Karnataka

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With an elevation of over 3,000 feet, Coorg (also known as The Scotland of India) offers an exhilarating experience like no other. With hills and valleys as the backdrop, the place has so much lush greenery that you will feel refreshed and rejuvenated after a trip here. The monsoon season is the best time to visit Coorg as the rain brings the fragrance of the flora and offers an exquisite experience.

2. Gangtok, Sikkim


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Located 5,600 feet above sea level, Gangtok offers a variety of different cultures, traditions, food and lifestyles that not a lot of us are acquainted with. The capital of Sikkim is an immensely popular tourist destination with its amazing view of the mountains, particularly the Khangchendzonga. The warmth and hospitality of its inhabitants only adds to the beautiful memories you will make. The biosphere reserve located here is home to a large number of flora and fauna. It also offers an amazing view of the majestic glaciers.

3. Kargil, Jammu And Kashmir


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The second largest town in Ladakh offers a panoramic view of the snow-clad mountains in almost every corner of the district. The monasteries located here, such as the Lamayuru Monastery and the Mulbekh Monastery offer deep insight into the spectacular Buddhist traditions and must be visited while on a trip to Kargil. The serene Suru Valley is another breathtaking spot to check out, as well as traveling along the river to Sakoo Village.

4. Mussoorie, Uttarakhand


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Known as the Queen of Hills, Mussoorie has some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes with snow covered hills and splendid views of the impressive Himalayas. The place has been a long-time favourite amongst honeymooners due to the discernible presence of romance in the air. The Company Garden has a wide variety of flora. It is a lovely place to spend time with your loved ones while enjoying the picturesque views all around. Another bucket list item to see on your vacation in Mussoorie are The Kempty Falls. This spot offers you the thrill of bathing in chilling water falling from a height of about fifty feet.

5. Chamoli, Uttarakhand

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Known as the Abode of Gods, Chamoli is a destination that offers the perfect combination of incredible greenery, astounding legends and strong bonds of spirituality. Gurudwara Sri Hemkund Sahib Ji is an astonishingly beautiful pilgrimage site. The site is surrounded by a mesmerizing glacial lake which is truly a sight to behold. The snow-covered mountains peaking from the background make a marvellous picture and provide its visitors with delightful memories. Located close by, The Valley of the Flowers National Park offers gorgeous views of the landscape. It truly makes you appreciate all of nature’s miracles.

Visiting any of the above-mentioned places will be an unforgettable experience. The delightful surroundings will provide you with a lifelong appreciation for all that Mother Nature has to offer.

Author Bio:

Rohit is currently a resident of India. He has travelled across various terrains and has marvelled at how much beauty the country has to offer. He enjoys writing content for Trans India Travels about his many trips. Rohit hopes to inspire many others to go on similar journeys in the near future.

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