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Places to See in Himachal Pradesh
About fifty one Kilometers from Manali and at an altitude of four thousand one hundred and eleven Meters, the Rohtang Pass falls in the highway to Keylong. The majestic Himalayan Mountains welcomes you and make you feel that you are on top of the world.
An enchanting Himalayan town and one of the best examples of the many Himachal Pradesh Attractions. The scenic town is a fifty Kilometers journey from Dalhousie. The town is not only gifted with unparallel landscapes but also some fine carved temples.
A favorite destination for the religiously inclined people, Kangra is famous for its ancient temples. It is also a haven for the nature lovers and adventure sports freaks.
The capital city and an evergreen name in the tourism scenario of the country. Shimla enjoys the popularity as a hill station right from the British period. The numerous old buildings are reminiscent of the British architectural excellence, which gives an old world flavor to the modern city of today
One of the finest valleys that the Great Himalayas have presented us. The enchanting KulluValley sits pretty, spreading its wings to both sides of the Beas River. The sprawling Kullu Valley is two Kilometers wide and has a length of more than eighty Kilometers. Situated at an altitude of one thousand two hundred and thirty Meters, Kullu has a population of 381571.
The months of March to June is the best time to visit the valley but if one desires to get a feel of the Himalayan winter, then December to February will be the best option. The mossy meadows, fast flowing streams, never before seen flowers and overall scenery makes Kullu - a heaven on earth.
Situated at an altitude of six thousands to nine thousands feet, Dalhousie reflects the indigenous beauty of the Himalayas. The Dalhousie Hill Station in Himachal Pradesh is spread around five hills on the western border of the Dhauladhar mountain range. Dalhousie is an exceptional hill station with the prominence of Scottish and Victorian architectures.
Last Updated on : June 3, 2015