8 Uncommon and Offbeat fascinating Hill Stations near Delhi to find peace


Tired of lazying around, partying and boozing on weekends? You really need to go and get some fresh air. In Mountains. Pack your bags, throw them in the car and switch on your google navigation to find the ultimate peace.

Dhanaulti

Dhanaulti is a small town near Mussoorie which is attractively snuggled amid the lofty Himalayan peaks. If you have a really small itinerary, this can be the destination but definitely a stop if you are on full fledge Uttrkahnd holiday. This place offers solitude, serene sightseeing, and closeness to nature. If you need a weekend getaway with a privacy in hills, got for it!

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Auli

Auli is another delightful hill station and one of the best snow places in the Joshimath, Uttrakhand region. The mesmerizing lakes, snow covered peaks and thick forests attract Delhites. A 9-hour drive from Dehradun is worth the transit time.

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Pangot

Pangot is an alluring little hill town located near Nainital which a paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers. The resorts in Pangot are gorgeous and this place is definitely worth spending a weekend.

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Binsar

Binsar is just stunning. You will feel wanderlust if the expressive view of Trisul and Nanda Devi. It still retain its beauty because it hasn’t been commercialized yet.

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Fagu

Fagu is an endearing small hill town in Kufri. You can have a peek of the majestic Himalayan apex. Stone walled cottages and lush green area bring more charm. They have a ski fest in February.

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Kausani

Kausani gives a dreamy holiday look and makes the best getaway from a hectic urban life. If you are planning to visit here, do not miss Kausani tea. Not only winters, summers give a majestic feel. It takes about 10 hours from Delhi to reach by road.

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Mukteshwar

Nainital district has lots of hidden gems and Mukteshwar is one of them which has green coniferous forests and scenic fruit orchards. This is the place where Jim Corbett penned The Man Eaters of Kumaon.

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Tirthan Valley

The adventure sports in mesmerizing landscapes, pleasant landscape and pristine river in this valley of Himachal Pradesh make a great holiday option. The route is scenic and surreal but you can also take a flight to Kullu and then drive more for 50 km.

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