Tourist Places in Himachal Pradesh

List of Tourist Places in Himachal Pradesh
PlaceAbout Place
All Himachal

Himachal Pradesh is a picturesque, serene, calm and beautiful states of India and a prominent tourist destination.
How to reach:
By Air, Road and Train
Place climate:
High areas are pleasant in summers and cold in winters. Snowfall can be enjoyed at these areas. Lower areas are hot in summers.
Places of interest:
Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Bhagsu, Dalhousie, Khajjiar, Kullu, Chail, Rampur, Kalpa, Kaza, Palampur etc.
Near by places:
Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Bhagsu, Dalhousie, Khajjiar, Kullu, Chail, Rampur, Kalpa, Kaza, Palampur etc.
Barog

On the Kalka Shimla Highway, Barog 1680m has grown from a mere stopover to a full fledged destination. Surrounded by pine and oak forests, Barog has a commanding setting. Barog makes a conveniently accessible destination and a travel stopover to or from Shimla.
How to reach:
The closest airport is at Jubbar-Hatti, 65 km away. The nearest narrow gauge railhead is at Barog itself. By road Chandigarh is 62 km and Shimla is 55.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop near to freezing point when heavy woolens are required and in summers light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Solan, Dagshai, Railway Station, Jatoli, Solan, Brewary.
Near by places:
Solan, Kumarhatti, Barog Market, jatoli temple.
Bhagsu

Bhagsu is located in Mcleodganj, Dharamshala. This place is famous for tourists. Himachal Tourisms Bhagsu Hotel is located near the residence of His Holiness, The Dalai Lama and the Namgyal Monastery at Mcleodganj, 7kilometers uphill from Dharamsala.
How to reach:
Dharamsala can be approached by air from Delhi. The nearest airport is at Gaggal,13 km away. Pathankot, the nearest broad gauge railway station is 85 km away and the toy train station is 17 km at Kangra.Taxis and Buses for Dharamsala are available at both places. From Pathankot the drive takes about three hours or you can drive from Delhi 526 km via Chandigarh, Kiratpur and Bilaspur and takes 12 hours.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, Bhagsunath Temple, War Memorial, Chinmaya tapowan, Dal lake
Near by places:
Nurpur, Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, Dal Lake. Jawalamukhi temple, chamundaji Temple.
Bharmour

Formally known as Brahmpura, Bharmour was the ancient capital of Chamba district, India. Situated at an altitude of 7000 feet in the Budhil valley , forty miles to the south-east of Chamba, Bharmour is known for its scenic beauty and for its ancient temples. Some of the temples are believed to date from 10th century. As the whole country around Bharmour is supposed to belong to lord Shiva, it is popularly spoken of as Shiva Bhumi, abode of lord Shiva.
How to reach:
Bharmour is 64 km by road from Chamba.The closest railhead is Pathankot, 164 km away.The airport at Gaggal in Kangra is at a distance of 140 km . Taxis and buses are available from these places.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop down below freezing point and heavy woolens are required. In summer, temperature is mild.
Places of interest:
Chaurasi temple, Bharmani mata temple
Near by places:
Chamba, khajjiar
Bharwain near Chintpurni

Satis feet fell at Chintpurni and the devoute come here to leave their worries and pray for their boons.The legend goes that the temple came into being after the goddess revealed herself to Maya Dass,an ardent devotee.The temple is built around the Devis pindi.Her image depicts her without a head, it is said that she cut it of to assuage the blood thirst of her companions. And hence the name, Chinnimastika Devi.
How to reach:
The closest railhead is at Hoshiarpur in Punjab 43 km away. From Jwalamukhi, the distance is 35 km. Taxis and buses are available at both places.
Place climate:
During winter heavy woolens are required and in summer temperature is mild.
Places of interest:
Chintpurni and Jawalaji temples.
Near by places:
Una, Kangra
Bilaspur

The old Bilaspur town was founded by Rishi Ved Vyas. The place is famous for Gobind Sagar lake which offers a variety of water sports in collaboration with the Directorate of Mountaineering and Allied Sports, Manali. Year around activities include boating, water skiing surfing, Rowing etc.
How to reach:
The nearest airport is at Shimla 86 km and broad gauge railhead is at Chandigarh, 86 km. Mandi is 69 km. Regular Taxis and buses are available from Bilaspur.
Place climate:
In winter the temperature is mild when heavy woolens are required. Summer is hot and pleasant and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Vyas Goofa, Kandror Bridge, Markanda, Forts like Bachhretu Fort, 64 km from Bilaspur, Baseh Fort 70 km, Kot Kahlur Fort 40 km from Bilaspur and Rattanpur Fort 21 km.
Near by places:
Markanda, Ghumarwin, Kandror.
Chail

It lay surrounded by magnificent deodar forests, Shimla was in direct vision and most importantly, Chail at 2226 m was somewhat higher than British controlled Shimla. Here is a resort in the true sense of the word. A beautiful Palace with ornate furniture, charming cottages, delightful log huts, thick forests, quiet walks, a lovers hill, an orchard of its own, elegant lawns, badminton and lawn tennis court, billiards and even a childrens park
How to reach:
Chail is connected by road. From Shimla via Kufri the distance is 45 km and via Kandaghat is 61 km. Kalka is 86 km away. Regular buses for Chail leave from Shimla, Chandigarh and Delhi. The closest airports are at Chandigarh 120 km and Shimla 63 km.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. In summer the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Sidh Baba ka mandir, Wildlife Sanctuary, Kufri, Sadhupul.
Near by places:
Kandaghat, Solan.
Chamba

Chamba town 915m. stands on the right bank of the river Ravi. As a former princely State, it is one of the oldest in the century and dates back to the sixth century. It is well known for its splendid architecture and a base for numerous excursions. It is also the district headquarters.
How to reach:
Chamba is connected by road and is 580 km from Delhi. It is 24 km from Khajjiar, Dalhousie via Khajjair, is 56 km. The closest railhead is at Pathankot, 118 km away. The airport at Gaggal in Kangra is at a distance of 170 km. Taxis and buses are available from these places.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature gets very low because of cold winds, when heavy woolens are required. It is hot in summer and the temperature rises up to 38 degrees.
Places of interest:
Laxmi Narayan Temple complex, Hari Rai Temple, Chowgan, Rabgmahal, Akhand Chandi Palace, Bhuri Singh Museum, Manimahesh.
Near by places:
Bharmour, Khajjiar, Dalhousie.
Chamundaji

Chronicled in the Durga Sapt Shati, the story goes that on the orders of Shamb and Ni Shamb, two demons tried to harass the goddess Ambika. Enraged, Ambika knitted her brows and from the folds a horrifying from of Kali emerged. After a great battle, the goddess Kali slew the two demons, Chand and Mund. Delighted by Kalis achievement, Ambika declared that she would now be worshipped here as Chamunda a combination of the demons names. Chamunda Devi temple is at height of 1000m.
How to reach:
The closest airport is at Gaggle, 28 km away. The nearest railhead on the narrow guage line is at Moranda near Palampur, 30 km. Taxis and buses are available at both places. By road, Chamunda Devi is 15 km from Dharamsala and 55 km from Jwalamukhi.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can get quite cold when woolens are required. It is hot in summer and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Palampur, Baijnath, Andretta, tashijong Monastery and Bir
Near by places:
Dharamshala, Jawalamukhi, Palampur.
Chandigarh

Chandigarh also known as the City Beautiful, is a city and aunion territory in the northern part of India that serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana. Chandigarh is located near the foothills of the Sivalik range of the Himalayas in northwest India.It shares its borders with the states of Haryana and Punjab. Chandigarh has been rated as the Wealthiest Town of India.
How to reach:
Chandigarh can be reached by railhead as well as by bus.
Place climate:
During winter heavy woolens and during summer light woolens.
Places of interest:
Sukhna lake, Rock garden, Rose garden and Leisure valley
Near by places:
Kiratpur, Kalka, Parwanoo.
Chindi

Hillsides covered with thick forests, acres filled with apple orchards, small picturesque hamlets and remarkable views in all directions combine to make Chindi 1825m and the area around it, one of the most beautiful places in Himachal Pradesh. The area is still off the beaten track and yet, has good facilities in terms of roads, small markets and accomodation.Chindi is an excellent off beat destination that holds the charms that Himachal is just famous for.
How to reach:
The closest airport is at Shimla at Jubbar Hatti, 110 km away. The nearest narrow gauge railhead is at Shimla, 87 km away. By road Mandi is 100 km, Rampur via Baina Khud is 92 km, Chandigarh is 204 km and Delhi is 457 km. The road from Shimla passes through Naldehra, Tattapani, Al Chindi and Churag.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and in summers, light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Karsog valley, Mamleshwar Mahadev Temple, Kamakshya Mata, Mahunag, Ardhnarishwara, Aledi Mahadev, Palinag at Nalagali, the sacred Bhima Rock, Churag temple, Nag Dhamooni at Sairi Bangla, temple at Chatri and the temple of Nag Dhamooni at Saranda.
Near by places:
Shikari Devi, Kunhoo Dhar
Chintpurni

Satis feet fell at Chintpurni 940m and the devout come here to leave their worries and pray for boons. The legend goes that the temple came into being after the goddess revealed herself to Maya Dass, an ardent devotee. The temple is built around the Devi pindi. Her image depicts her without a head, it is said that she cut it of to assuage the blood thirst of her companions. And hence the name, Chinnimastika Devi, The Goddess without a Head.
How to reach:
The closest railhead is at Hoshiarpur in Punjab 43 km away. From Jwalamukhi, the distance is 35 km. Taxis and buses are available at both places.
Place climate:
In winter, the climate is cold when woolens are required. It is hot in summer and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Chintpurni market, Chintpurni Temple, Bharwain
Near by places:
Bharwain, Chintpurni Temple.
Dalhousie

Dalhousie is located at Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. In western Himachal Pradesh, the hill station of Dalhousie is full of old world charm and holds lingering echos of the Raj era. Dalhousie has charming colonial architecture, including some beautiful churches. Its location presents panoramic views of the plains and like a long silver line, the river Ravi twists and turns below Dalhousie.
How to reach:
Dalhousie is 485 km by road from Delhi and 52 km from Chamba. The closest railhead is Pathankot, 80 km away. The airport at Gaggal in Kangra is at a distance of 135 km . Taxis and buses are easily available from these places.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to freezing point when heavy woolens are required. The summer temperature are mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Churches, Subhash Baoli, Panchpula, Kalatop
Near by places:
Chamba, Khajjiar, Bharmour
Darlaghat

Darlaghat is situated in Solan district. This place is famous for Pollution free Gujarat Ambuja Cement Factory.
How to reach:
By road, the hotel is 41 km from Shimla. Regular buses or Taxis are available from Shimla. The Airport is at Jubbar-Hatti Shimla 57 km and the nearest narrow gauge railway head is at Shimla 41 km away
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop near to freezing point when moderate woolens are required and in summers, light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Darlaghat, Durga Temple, Arki, Harsingh Tibba, Baridhar
Near by places:
Arki, Durgaghat.
Dharampur near Barog

Dharampur is a town located in Solan district of Himachal Pradesh.It is about 65 km from Shimla and 15 km from Kasauli on the National Highway no 22. It is also connected by Kalka Shimla Railway Line. It is also connected to Kalka through toy train.
How to reach:
Dharampur can be reached by hiring taxi or by bus.
Place climate:
During winter woolens are required and during summer light woolens are required.
Places of interest:
It hiuses the first TB Sanatorium in North India.
Near by places:
Kumarhatti, Sanwara, Solan
Dharamshala

The High snow clad Dhauladhar ranges form a magnificent backdrop to the hill resort of Dharamsala. It is full of life and peaceful. With dense pine and deodar forests, numerous streams, cool healthy air, attractive surroundings and the nearby snowline, Dharamsala has everything for a perfect holiday.
How to reach:
Dharamsala can be approached by air from Delhi. The nearest airport is at Gaggal, 13 km. Taxes and Buses for Dharamshala are available at both places. From Pathankot the drive takes about three hours or you can drive from Delhi 526 km via Chandigarh, Kiratpur and Bilaspur and takes 12 hours.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Kangra Art Museum, Nurpur, War Memorial, Bhagsunath, St Johns Church
Near by places:
Chinmaya Tapowan, Dal Lake, Bhagsunath, Mcleodganj.
Fagu near Shimla

Fagu is a tiny village aside a saddle like mountain along Hindustan Tibet road.A rare range of views is visible from here, which include vivid dales and snow clad peaks.The picturesque countryside is dotted with clusters of villages, fruit gardens and nearby terraced fields. Fog characterizes the hillside landscape endowed with romantic ambience. Located at an altitude of 2450 m Fagu, perhaps have derived its name from the fog itself.
How to reach:
The closest airport is at JubbarHatti, 45 km away. The nearest narrow gauge railhead is at Shimla, 22 km away. By road Chandigarh is 139 km and Delhi is at a distance of 392 km.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and in summers light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Kufri, Shimla, Chail, Narkanda
Near by places:
Kufri, Shimla, Theog, Narkanda
Hamirpur

The history of Hamirpur is closely associated with the Katoch dynasty. Hamirpur was a part of old Jalandhar Trigarta empire. The Katoch dynast became predominent during the period of Raja Hari Chand who ruled from 1700 A.D. to 1740 A.D. It was Raja Hamir Chand who built the fort at Hamirpur and the present town derived its name from this ruler. Hotel Hamir is named after Raja Hamir Chand.
How to reach:
The nearest airport is at Gaggal, Kangra 83 km. The closet broad gauge railhead is at Pathankot 185 km. Taxis and buses are available at all these places. By road, the distance is 94 km from Dharamshala and 206 km from Chandigarh.
Place climate:
In winter, the climate is cold but pleasant when woolens are required. During summer the temperature is hot and cotton are recommended
Places of interest:
Sujanpur Tira, Bhota, Nadaun, Deothsidh.
Near by places:
Bhota, barsar, Mehre, Nadaun, Sujanpur.
Hatkoti near Rohru

Hatkoti is a town in Shimla district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is a town located at the banks of Pabbar River and it is about 102 kilometres away from Shimla city. Hatkoti is also famous for Hateshwari temple and Sawra Kuddu Hydro Electric Project
How to reach:
Hatkoti can be reached by taking bus directly or by hiring taxi.
Place climate:
Summer temperatures are mild and light woolens are required whereas in winter the temperature can drop down below freezing point when heavy woolens are required.
Places of interest:
Sawra Kuddu Hydro project and Hateshwari temple
Near by places:
Rohru, Sawra, Jubbal, Anti.
Jawalamukhi

Ancient legend speak of a time when demons lorded over the Himalayan mountains and harassed the gods. Led by Lord Vishnu, the gods decided to destroy them. The gods focused their strengths in an huge flame which rose from the earth. From the fire, a young girl look birth. She is regarded as Adishakti the first Shakti.
How to reach:
The closest airport is at Gaggle, 28 km away. The nearest railhead on the narrow guage line is at Moranda near Palampur, 30 km. Taxis and buses are available at both places. By road, Chamunda Devi is 15 km from Dharamsala and 55 km from Jwalamukhi.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can get quite cold when woolens are required. It is hot in summer and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Palampur, Baijnath, Tashijong Monastery, Andretta, Bir
Near by places:
Baijnath, Palampur, Dharamshala.
Jogindernagar

Jogindernagar has everything for a quite and relaxing holiday and leaves options open for trekking, fishing, sight seeing, picnics and enjoyable drives in the area.
How to reach:
Joginder Nagar is the terminus of the narrow gauge rail track from Pathankot. The narrow gauge train leaves at 9.50 am from Pathankot. It is 65 km by road from Kangra an 55 km for Mandi. The nearest airports are at Gaggal (Kangra), and from the one at Bhunter near Kullu the distance is 115 km. Taxis and buses to Joginder Nagar are available at all major stations.
Place climate:
In winter the temperature can hover just above freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Macchiyal Lake, Bassi Power house, Bir, Baijnath, Jhatingri, Barot.
Near by places:
Baijnath, Sundernagar, Barot, Macchiyal Lake.
Jwalamukhi

Ancient legend speak of a time when demons lorded over the Himalayan mountains and harassed the gods. Led by Lord Vishnu, the gods decided to destroy them. The gods focused their strengths in an huge flame which rose from the earth. From the fire, a young girl look birth. She is regarded as Adishakti the first Shakti.
How to reach:
The airport at Gaggal is 46 km from Jwalamukhi. The closest broad gauge railhead is at Pathankot, 123 km away. Taxis and buses are available at both places. From Delhi the road distance is 473 km and from Shimla is 212 km.
Place climate:
In winter, the climate is cold but pleasant when woolens are required. During summer the temperature is hot and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Jawalaji Shrines, Nagini Mata, Chaumukha, Ashtabhuja
Near by places:
haripur, Mangarh, Nadaun
Kalka near Parwanoo

Kalka is a town in the Panchkula district of Haryana.The name of the town is derived from the goddess Kali.The town is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas and is a gateway to the neighbouring state of Himachal Pradesh.It is on the National Highway 22 between Chandigarh and Shimla and is the terminus of the Kalka Shimla Railway. Kalka was acquired by British India from the Princely state of Patiala in 1843 as a depot for Simla, the summer capital of the Raj.
How to reach:
kalka can be reached either by a bus or by train from Shimla.
Place climate:
During summer, the temperature is too hot and during winter cold temperature exists.
Places of interest:
kali Ma temple
Near by places:
Parwanoo and Zirakpur
Kalpa

Situated at the height of 2758 m above the sea level and 110 km from Sarahan, Kalpa is a beautiful and main village of Kinnaur. Across the river faces the majestic mountains of the Kinner Kailash range. These are spectacular sights early in the morning as the rising sun touches the snowy peaks with crimson and golden light.
How to reach:
Nearest Airport (267 km) and Railhead (244 km) is at Shimla. The route is on NH 22 The Hindustan Tibet Road) which bifurcates to Kalpa from Powari. Buses and Taxis are available at Shimla and Rampur. One can also reach Kalpa via Manali Rohtang Pass Kunzam Pass Kaza
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and for summers light woolens are recommended.
Places of interest:
Kothi, Sangla Valley, RecongPeo, Riba, Puh, Tabo
Near by places:
Kibber, Kunzam oass, Kaza, Key Gompa.
Kandaghat on the way to Shimla

This place is located under district Solan. Kandaghat acts like a bridge that connects Solan and Shimla situated in the middle of two districts
How to reach:
There are regular buses through Shimla and Solan in case travelling to Kandaghat. Also, Taxi can be hired.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. In summer the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Kalitibba temple, Chail Palace.
Near by places:
Solan, Shimla, Chail.
Kangra near Dharamshala

Kangra is the most populous district of Himachal Pradesh. Dharamshala is the administrative headquarters of the district.It is home of Masroor Rock Cut Temple.Kangra is known for having the oldest serving Royal Dynasty in the world Katoch.Kangra District was part of the British province of Punjab.The native people are the Kangri people and the native language is Kangri which is very similar to Punjabi.
How to reach:
There are many transport facilities available to reach Kangra.
Place climate:
During winter temperature preety cold and during summer, temperature is very much hot.
Places of interest:
Mcleodganj, Masoor rock Cut temple.
Near by places:
Dharamshala
Karsog near Chindi

Karsog is a small town and nagar panchyat situated in the lap of Himalayas near Shimla at a height of 1404 metres. It is in the Karsog Mandal subdivision of Mandi district in Himachal Pradesh in India. It lies in the Pir Panjal range of Himalayas bordering Shimla District.
How to reach:
Karsog can be reached directly by bus.
Place climate:
During winter climate is cold and during summer season climate is hot and sunny.
Places of interest:
Mamleshwar Mahadev, Kamksha Devi, Mahunag temples.
Near by places:
Mandi, Sundernagar, Chunag.
Kasauli

This small hill station seems to live in time warp that belongs to the 19th century. The narrow roads of Kasauli 1951m slither up and down the hillside and offer some magnificent vistas. Directly below is the spread of vast plains of Punjab and Haryana which as darkness falls, unroll a gorgeous carpet of twinkling lights.
How to reach:
Kasauli is connected by road. The closest broad gauge railhead is at Kalka, 37 km away. The closest airport is at Chandigarh, 65 km and Shimla 73km. Taxis and buses for Kasauli are available from Delhi, Chandigarh, Kalka and Shimla.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature gets quite low and heavy woolens are required. In summer, the climate is mild light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Christ and the Baptist Church are examples of Kasauli colonial architecture. Central Research Institute established in 1906 by Dr. Sample prepares various vaccines. Kuthar 46 km has an old palace with wall paintings. The small Sanwara Station 16 km on the Kalka Shimla Railway line can make a good downhill hike from Kasauli.
Near by places:
Monkey Point, Baba BalakNath Temple, Shirdi Sai Baba mandir, Lawrence School.
Katrain near Manali

katrain is located near The Castle, Naggar. Situated on the left bank of river Beas at an altitude of 1851m, Naggar an ancient town commands extensive views, especially to the North West of the valley.Naggar was the former capital of Kullu. It was founded by Raja Visudhpal and continued as a headquarters of the State until the capital was transferred to Sultanpur by Jagat Singh in 1460 A.D.
How to reach:
Katrain is situated near The Castle, Naggar in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh.
Place climate:
During winter season, the climate is too much cold and during summer, light woolens are required.
Places of interest:
Naggar, side view of river Beas.
Near by places:
Patlikuhal, Rumsu and Naggar
Kaza Lahaul and Spiti

Situated at an altitude of 3600 meter above sea level on left bank of river Spiti is presently the headquarters of Spiti sub division. Spiti is a cold desert where monsoon rain never comes. It is characterised by stark beauty, narrow valleys and high mountains.
How to reach:
Nearest airports are at Kullu (Bhuntar) 250 km. and Shimla 445 km. Kaza can be approached by road from Shimla, May to October and from Manali 200 km. via Kuzam Pass, June to October.
Place climate:
This region is known as Cold Desert and does not receive rainfall. In winter the temperature can drop below freezing point, when heavy woolens are required. In summers the weather remains pleasant when light woolens are advised.
Places of interest:
Tabo, Kaza, Key Gompa, Kibber, Dhankar, Pin valley, Kunzam Pass, Chander Tal Lake.
Near by places:
Tabo, Pooh, Recongpeo
Keylong

Situated at an altitude of 3350 m, Keylong is the headquarters of Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. The region is strange, exciting, primitive mountainous and delightful. Rudyard Kipling said of the region Surely the God live here this no place for men.
How to reach:
By road the distance is 115 km from Manali, 188 km from Kaza, 373 km from Leh, 435 km from Chandigarh and 690 km from Delhi. Heavy winter snows cut off road connectivity to the region at Rohtang Pass for six months from November to June. Buses, Taxis are available from Manali in season. HPTDC also plies regular coaches to Leh via Keylong during July September. Nearest airport is Bhunter, 175 km from Keylong.
Place climate:
Lahaul remains cut off from outside the world till mid June due to heavy snowfall and closing of Rohtang Pass. There is little or no rain in monsoons. The climate remains dry and invigorating. The days are hot and nights are extremely cold. Heavy or Light woolens are recommended.
Places of interest:
Triloknath, Gondla, tandi, Monasterys
Near by places:
Recong Peo, Udaipur, Gondla, Tandi.
Khajjiar

Often called Indias Switzerland, the exquisite glade of Khajjiar 1960m has a circumference of about 5 km. Along its fringes, thick forests of deodar climb the slopes, the snow line rests above these woods. At Khajjiar there is a 12th century temple dedicated to Khajji Nag. Within the temple are life size wooden images of the five Pandav brothers.
How to reach:
Khajjiar is connected by road and is 23 km from Dalhousie and 26 km from Chamba. It is 520 km from Delhi. The closest railhead is at Pathankot, 120 km. The airport at Gaggal in Kangra is at a distance of 180 km. Taxis and buses are available from all these places.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature hovers around freezing point with snowfall and heavy woolens are required. In summer, the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Khajjiar, Chamba, Manimahesh, Dalhousie, Bharmour
Near by places:
Chamba, Bharmour, Dalhousie.
Kharapathar

Kharapathar is a place that gives expression to the phrase of time standing still, Kharapathar is a perfect leisure destination in the heart of nature generous blessings to the area. Lush forests, wide views, excellent walk and hike trails and the charm of apple orchards make this a perfect leisure destination that is easily accessible by a short drive 85 km from Shimla.
How to reach:
85 km from Shimla, it is connected by regular Bus or Taxi services. Nearest Railway Station and Airport 108 km is at Shimla. Distance to Rohru is 30 km, Rampur via Sungri is 110 km and Narkanda via Baggi is 95 km.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can hover around freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is pleasant and cottons light woolens are suggested. Kharapathar receives heavy snowfall in winter season
Places of interest:
Jubbal, Hateshwari temple, Giri Ganga.
Near by places:
Rohru, jubbal, kotkhai.
Kiarighat on the way to Shimla

Situated at Kalka Shimla National Highway, Kiarighat is a small place where tourists can stay for a while or stay overnight.
How to reach:
Kiarighat is connected by Shimla-Kalka National Highway. It is 27 Kms away from Shimla and 19 Kms from Solan. The nearest Airport in Jubbal Hatti and nearest narrow Guage Railway Station is Kandaghat.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop near to freezing point when heavy woolens are required and in summers, light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
JP University
Near by places:
Vaknaghat, Shoghi, Kaithlighat.
Kinnaur

Kinnaur is the land of fairy tales and fantasies, has a spectacular terrain of lush green valley, orchards, vineyards, snow clad peaks and cold desert mountains.It is a border district of Himachal Pradesh.Kinnaur is also rich in flora and fauna.The culture and language is different from other parts of the state.Kinnaur is the tribal district of Himachal Pradesh which lies 250 km away from Shimla
How to reach:
Nearest airport and railhead is at Shimla. Buses and taxis are available from Rampur and Shimla.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and for summers light woolens are recommended.
Places of interest:
Sangla valley, Peo, Puh, Kunzam Pass, Nako, Tabo, Kaza etc.
Near by places:
Recongpeo, Key Gompa, kibber, Sangla.
Kotkhai near Kharapathar

Kotkhai is a town and a nagar panchayat in Shimla district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.The Ratnari Baghi valley situated in Kotkhai has the largest production of apples in Himachal.The famous Hatu peak named after the deity hateshwari mata is situated in kotkhai.It also includes the Baghi hill station as the fascination spot for many tourists as the place is regarded as the best tourism place of Kotkhai. It is a significant contributor to the per capita income of the state.
How to reach:
Kotkhai is easily reachable through Shimla by taking bus directly from Shimla.
Place climate:
During winter heavy woolens are required and during summer light woolens are required.
Places of interest:
Ratnari Baghi valley, Hatu peak and Baghi hill station.
Near by places:
Hatu, Narkanda, Matyana.
Kufri near Shimla

Kufri is a beautiful place situated in Shimla district. This is famous for its wide views and ski slopes. An enjoyable walk leads to Mahasu peak.
How to reach:
There are regular buses and taxis from Shimla to Kufri.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and in summers light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Fun World, Green Valley.
Near by places:
Fagu, Narkanda, Theog,
Kullu

Kullu 1220m was once known as Kulanthapitha - the end of the habitable world. Beyond rose the forbidding heights of the Greater Himalaya, and by the banks of the shining river Beas lay the fabled Silver Valley.
How to reach:
The airport at Bhunter is 10 km from Kullu, where taxis and buses are available. By road, the distance from Delhi is 530 km , Shimla 240 km. From Delhi, HPTDC Luxury and Volvo coaches ply to Kullu daily. During tourist season there is a daily luxury coach to Shimla.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature gets quite low when heavy woolens are required. It is pleasant in summer and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Kullu Dusshera, Raghunath Temple, Bijli Mahadev
Near by places:
Bhuntar, Basheshwar Mahadev Temle, Kaisdhar
Manali

Here arose a place of breath taking natural beauty which was only appropriate at Manali that life began again. Today this legendary cradle of all human kind is a prime holiday destination. There are high mountains surrounded by snow and deep boulder strewn gorges. There are thick forests full of cool breeze and bird songs. There are fields of wild flowers, small picture.
How to reach:
The airport at Bhuntar is 50 km from Manali where taxis and buses are available. The closest narrow gauge railhead is at Joginder Nagar, 165 km away. The closest broad gauge rail heads are Chandigarh 310 km and Ambala. By road the distance from Delhi is 570 km and from Shimla the distance is 280 km.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. Summer temperature are mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht , Monasteries, Jagatsukh, Solang Valley, towards the Rohtang Pass.
Near by places:
Kullu, Manikaran, Kasol, Solang Nala.
Mandi

The historic town of Mandi 800m is situated along the banks of river Beas. It has long been an important commercial centre, and the sage Mandava is said to have meditated here. Mandi is renowned for its 81 temples and their enormous range of fine carving. Mandi is known as the Kashi of the Hills. The town also has remains of old palaces and notable examples of colonial architecture. Mandi is the gateway to the Kullu valley and acts as a base for several exciting excursions.
How to reach:
The nearest airport at Bhunter is 59 km. The broad gauge railhead is at Pathankot at a distance of 210 km. From Pathankot the narrow gauge railway connects Joginder Nagar, 56 km from Mandi. From Chandigarh one can drive directly to Mandi via Ropar and Bilaspur, the distance is 203 km The drive takes around 5 hours. Luxury Volvo coaches from Delhi and Shimla bound for Kullu to Manali travel via Mandi.
Place climate:
In winter, temperatures can hover around freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is hot and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Bhootnath Temple, Syamakali Temple, Pandoh, Sundernagar, Prashar lake, Janjheli, Shikari Devi.
Near by places:
Bhunter, Jogindernagar, Sundernagar, Prashar.
Mashobra near Shimla

Mashobra is a town in Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. It is connected to the state capital Shimla through the historic Hindustan Tibet Road built in 1850 by Lord Dalhousie. Mashobra is also popular as a tourist destination. Mashobra is part of Shimla Reserve Forest sanctuary and catchment area. Himalayan International School at Chharabra is a major residential school in Mashobra.
How to reach:
Mashobra can be easily reached through Shimla by taking bus directly from Shimla to mashobra.
Place climate:
Mashobra has a cool climate which makes the hill station a very tempting option.
Places of interest:
Craignano
Near by places:
Kufri, Narkanda, Theog
Mcleodganj

Often called the little Lhasa, at 1770m is the residence of his Holiness, The Dalai lama. The Tobetian Government in exile has been head quartered here for over three decades. the impressive monastery has larger than life images of Buddha, Padmasambhava, Avaloktwshwara. The large Tibetian community and the presence of traditional architectural designs drawn from Tibet has enhanced the area. Tibetian handicrafts and garments are available on sale every sunday.
How to reach:
Dharamshala can be approached by air from Delhi. The nearest airport is at Gaggal, 13km away. Pathankot, the nearest broad gauge railway station is at 85km and the Toy train station is 17km at Kangra. Taxes and Buses for Dharamshala are available at both places. From Delhi and Shimla, luxury Buses ply to Dharamshala. HPTDC operates a regular luxury coach from Delhi to Dharamshala.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Kangra Art Museum, War Memorial, Kunal Pathri, Mcleodganj, Dal Lake, Chinmaya tapowan,
Near by places:
Nurpur, Dharamshala, Dal lake, Kunal Pathri.
Naggar

Situated on the left bank of river Beas at an altitude of 1851m, Naggar an ancient town commands extensive views, especially to the North West of the valley. Naggar was the former capital of Kullu. It was founded by Raja Visudhpal and continued as a headquarters of the State until the capital was transferred to Sultanpur or Kullu by Jagat Singh in 1460 A.D. Today this ancient and beautiful Palace is a popular tourist spot.
How to reach:
By road Kullu is 26 km and Manali is 21 km. The airport is at Bhunter 36 km.
Place climate:
In winter heavy woolens are recommended and in summers the temperature is pleasant and cottons are suggested.
Places of interest:
Jagatipati Temple, Tripura Sundri Temple, Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery, Gauri Shankar Temple.
Near by places:
Kullu, Raison, kasol, Manali
Nahan

Nahan is a town in Himachal Pradesh in India and is the headquarters of the Sirmaur District. It is also the location of Indian Special Forces Training School.It has a pleasant climate throughout the year and is watered by a man-made lake and decorated with temples and gardens. Nahan has got the crown to organize the second Municipal Corporation in India.
How to reach:
Nahan can be reached through Solan as well as through Shimla either by bus or by hiring taxi.
Place climate:
During winter season, cold temperature and during summer, weather is mild and hot.
Places of interest:
Paonta Sahib, Renuks Lake, Trilokpur temple and Suketi fossil park.
Near by places:
Markanda, Jamta and Renukaji.
Naldehra

Located at a distance of 22km from Shimla, Naldehra 2044m is a heaven for Tourists.It boasts of the oldest 9 hole golf coursein the country. Crowned with a springing turf the Golf Course was suggested by Lord Curzon. He was so enchanted with the place that he gave his daughter Alexendra, Naldehra, as her second name. It is the venue of many competitions. The Nag temple is also situated here and Naldehra derives its name from it.
How to reach:
The closest airport is at Jubbar-Hatti, 45 km away. The nearest narrow gauge railhead is at Shimla, 23 km away. By road Chandigarh is 139 km, Manali is 282 km and Delhi is at a distance of 392 km.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and in summers light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Golf Course, Tattapani
Near by places:
Shimla, Narkanda, Kufri, Fagu
Narkanda

Situated at an attitude of 2708 meters on the Hindustan Tibet road NH 22, Narkanda offers a spectacular view of snow ranges. This is an ideal retreat for the tourists who seek seclusion in mountains. It commands an unique view of the eternal snow line, the inviting apple orchards and dense forests. Narkanda is famous for Skiing and Winter sports.
How to reach:
65 km. from Shimla, it is connected by Bus or Taxi services. Nearest Railway Station 65 km and Airport 88 km are at Shimla.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can hover around freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is pleasant and cottons or light woolens are suggested. Narkanda receives heavy snowfall in winters.
Places of interest:
Hatu Peak, Kacheri, Thanedhar.
Near by places:
Jallori Pass, Kotgarh, Thanedhar, Hatu Peak.
Nurpur

NURPUR has warm climate for almost all the year round. The summer season falls from the months of March till June. The temperature during the summers raises up to 43 degree C and the minimum temperature during summers is around 21 degree C. The hottest month is the month of May. The temperature drops down to 1 degree C when the winters are at its peak. The maximum temperature during winters is 26 degree C.
How to reach:
AIR Nearest Airport is at Gaggal 45 km away. RAIL Nearest Railhead is at Pathankot 24 km away, ROAD Nurpur is well connected by roads from all sides.
Place climate:
Hot in Summers and Cold in Winters
Places of interest:
Brij Raj Swami Temple Mata Nagni Temple
Near by places:
Dalhousie, Chamba, Khajjiar, Dharamshala
Palampur

In local parlance, the word for lot of water is pulum. This is what has given Palampur 1249 m its name and its water has given the valley so much of its character. Countless streams criss-cross the landscape and in their intricate mesh, hold tea gardens and rice fields. Kangra tea, with its center at Palampur, has been internationally acclaimed since then.
How to reach:
The airport is at Gaggal Kangra 37 km from Palampur. Nearest broad gauge railway station is at Pathankot at a distance of 115 km and the narrow gauge railway station is at Maranda, 4 km from the town. Taxis and buses are available at all places. By road Palampur is 545 km from Delhi.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can get quite low and heavy woolens are required. It is warm in summer and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, Dal lake, Bhagsunath, Kangra Art Museum, War Memorial and The temple of Jwalamukhi, Chamunda Devi and Brijeshwari Devi are other pilgrim.
Near by places:
Kunal Pathri, Nurpur, Mcleodganj
Paonta Sahib

Surrounded by sal forest and on the banks of river Yamuna, the historic town of Paonta Sahib 350m was founded by the Tenth Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh. The historic gurudwara commemorates his stay and interestingly the water of the Yamuna fall silent below this which happened at the Guru behest. The word Paon
How to reach:
Paonta Sahib is connected by road. From Renukaji. It is 81 km via Nahan and 60 km via Rajban. From Dehradun, it is 44 km. The closest railheads are at Ambala and Dehradun. The nearest airports are at Chandigarh and Dehradun. Taxis or buses are available for Paonta Sahib at all places.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can hover around freezing point when heavy woolens are required. Summer temperature are high and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Gurudwara , Yamuna temple, Shiva Temple, Fossil park Saketi.
Near by places:
katasan Devi temple, Nagnauna temple, Gurudwara, Ram temple.
Parwanoo

Along the National Highway 22, as you cross the State border from Haryana into Himachal, Parwanoo 470m welcomes you. A couple of decades ago, this was a sleepy little village and today, it is a major industrial town.
How to reach:
The nearest broad gauge railhead is at Kalka, only 1.5 km away and nearest airport is at Chandigarh, 32 km. Taxis and buses are available at both places.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can get quite low when heavy woolens are required. It is pleasantly warm in summer and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Pinjore, Dagshai, Kasauli, Subathu
Near by places:
Pinjore, Dagshai, Kasauli, Subathu
Pong Dam

The Pong Dam also known as the Maharana Pratap Sagar reservoir is an earth fill embankment dam on the Beas River just upstream of Talwara in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. The purpose of the dam is water storage for irrigation and hydroelectric power generation. At the time of its completion, the Pong Dam was the tallest of its type in India. The lake created by the dam, Maharana Pratap Sagar, became a renowned bird sanctuary.
How to reach:
There are many transport facilities to reach the Pong Dam lake. The nearest airport is at Dharamshala which is 120 Kms, nearest railway station is Pathankot which is at a distance of 40 Kms
Place climate:
During winter temperature preety cold and during summer, temperature is very much hot.
Places of interest:
Lakeside, Water Sports, Bird Watching
Near by places:
Jawalaji temple, Chintpurni Mata temple, Dharamshala
Rajgarh

Situated at about 5000 feet from sea level, Rajgarh is sub divisional head quarter of Sirmour Distt. It is situated nearby Giri river which is a tributary of river Yamuna.
How to reach:
By road, Rajgarh is 80 kms from Shimla and 85 Kms from Kalka. Regular buses or Taxis are available from Solan. The Airport is at Jubbar Hatti Shimla and the nearest narrow gauge railway head is at Solan.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop near to freezing point when moderate woolens are required and in summers, light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Sirmour, Solan,
Near by places:
Solan, Kandaghat,
Rampur

Once the capital of the princely State of Bushahar, Rampur is presently one of the biggest commercial town of Himachal Pradesh. It is located on the left bank of river Sutlej. The town was once a major center on the old trade route to Kinnaur, Tibet, Ladakh and China. Even today the tradition is as vibrant as ever. Famous International Lavi Fair is held in November
How to reach:
134 km from Shimla on NH 22. Rampur is connected by regular Bus or Taxi services. The nearest Railhead 134 km and Airport 157 km is at Shimla. Rampur can be approached from Rohru via Sungri 80 km and from Kullu, Manali via Jalori pass 190 Km.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. In summer the temperature rises upto 40 degrees.
Places of interest:
Rampur Town, Dutt Nagar, Nirath
Near by places:
Sarahan, Bird park, Bhaba Valley, Bhimakali Temple
Reckong Peo near Kalpa

Located 240 km from Shimla, 7 km from Powari and 13 km from Kalpa. Recongpeo is the headquarter of district Kinnaur. This place is very beautiful with snow covered hill peaks.
How to reach:
Buses and Taxis are available at Shimla and Rampur. One can also reach Recongpeo via Manali by hiring Taxi or bus.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and for summers light woolens are recommended.
Places of interest:
Kothi, Sangla valley, Ribs, Jangi, Puh, Nako, Tabo, Kaza, Key Gompa, Kibber, Kunzam pass.
Near by places:
Kalpa, Kaza, Kinnaur, Riba, Tabo, Peo.
Renuka Ji

The Renuka Lake (660 m) is regarded as the embodimezznt of Renukaji, the wife of sage Jamadagini and mother of Parshuram, one of the ten Avtars of Lord Vishnu. Shaped like a profile of a woman, the lake has the circumference of 2.5 km and is the largest in Himachal
How to reach:
Renukaji is connected by road. It is 315 km from Delhi. The nearest rail head is at Ambala (95 km) Dehradun (105km) and Chandigarh (95 km). The nearest airports are at Chandigarh and Dehradun. Taxis or buses are available for Renukaji at all places.
Place climate:
In winter, the climate is pleasant and light woolens are suggested. Summer temperature are high and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Jamu Peak, renuka Lake, Mini Zoo, Lion Safari
Near by places:
Jataun, Parshurama Tal and Renuka Temple
Rewalsar

Located on a mountain spur, an hour drive from Mandi brings you to this jewel like lake. With water, woodland and high hills, it presents a variety of natural beauty and the spot is sacred for Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs. There are islands of floating reed on Rewalsar Lake and the spirit of Padmasabhava is said to reside in them. It is here that the sage Lomas did penance in devotion to Lord Shiva, and the Sikh Guru Gobind Singh also resided here for one month.
How to reach:
Rewalsar is 24 km by road from Mandi. Taxis and buses are available at Mandi.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can hover around freezing point when heavy woolens are required. During summer, the climate is mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended
Places of interest:
Monastries, Gurudwara, Temple, Mini Zoo
Near by places:
Mandi, jogindernagar, Sundernagar.
Rohru

This is small but bustling town located by the banks of river Pabbar. The valley near Rohru has a garland of attractive spots. This stretch has long been on the anglers beat after trout was introduced to the Pabbar water in 1938 48. Raja Bajrang Bahadur Singh of Bahadri popularly known as Raja Bhardi, was particularly fond of this region for scope for trout fishing.
How to reach:
115 km from Shimla. It is connected by regular Bus or Taxi services. Nearest Railway Station and Airport is at Shimla 116 km and 148 km respectively.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can hover around freezing point when heavy woolens are recommended. During summer it remain sunny and cozy.
Places of interest:
Shikhri Temple. Chirgaon, Chanshal
Near by places:
Dodra Kwar, Chanshal.
Sarahan

The Gods were generous when they have gave Sarahan 2165m its settings. Located halfway up a high mountain side, the road to Sarahan winds past flowering Pine trees that give way to stately Oaks
How to reach:
The nearest railway station km and airport 198km is at Shimla, where taxis and buses are available. By Car, Sarahan is 6 hours drive from Shimla. The route is on NH 22 upto Jeori, from where the road bifurcates to Sarahan.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. The summer temperature is warm but pleasant and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Bird Park, Bhimakali Temple, Bhaba Valley
Near by places:
Bhimakali Temple, Bhaba Valley.
Shimla

The Capital of Himachal Pradesh. It has well developed facilities, easy accessibility and numerous attractions making it one of most popular hill resort in India. The nearest airport is at Jubbarhatti, 23 kilometers away from Shimla. Shimla offers a variety of shopping, sport and entertainment activities.
How to reach:
The airport is at Jubbar-Hatti, 23 km away. Shimla is connected to Kalka by an enchanting narrow gauge railway line where even a quaint rail car ply. By road, Chandigarh is 117 km, Manali is 280 km, Chail is 45 km and Delhi is at a distance of 370 km. From Delhi, Manali and Chandigarh, luxury coaches and taxis ply to Shimla. During tourist season HPTDC also operates regular deluxe buses from Delhi and Manali to Shimla.
Place climate:
In November to April Cold and other months normal. In winter, the temperature can drop below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. Summer temperature are mild and light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
The Ridge, Lakkar Bazar, Jakhu Hill, St Michaels Cathedral, State Museum, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, The Glenn, Annandale, Prospect hill and Kamna Devi, Sankat Mochan, Tara Devi, Mashobra, Kufri, Fagu, Chail, Tattapani
Near by places:
Solan, Chail, Kufri, Darlaghat, Arki, Mashobra.
Solan on the way to Shimla

Solan is the district headquarter of Solan District in the Indian State of Himachal Pradesh.The Place is named after the Hindu Goddess Shoolini Devi. Solan is also known as Mushroom City of India because of the vast mushroom farming in the area.
How to reach:
Solan district can be reached both ways, through Shimla as well as through Chandigarh. There are regular buses to this route. Journey can also be done via Train.
Place climate:
In winter, the temperature can drop to below freezing point when heavy woolens are required and in summers light woolens or cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
Shoolini Devi Temple, Church in Solan cantonment, Dolanji Bon Monastery, Jatoli Mahadev Temple.
Near by places:
Chambaghat, Kandaghat, Barog.
Swarghat

For short excursions and picnics, once the summer capital of Raja Bilaspur, is ideally situated 40 km off Bilaspur on the Bilaspur Chandigarh NH 21. This is an ideal spot for stopover. In the night twinkling lights in the plains of Punjab are worth seeing. The temple dedicated to Laxmi Narayan is located here.
How to reach:
The nearest airport, broad gauge railhead is at Chandigarh, 86 km. Bilaspur is 40 km. Regular Taxis and buses are available from Bilaspur
Place climate:
In winter the temperature is mild when heavy woolens are required. Summer is pleasant and cottons are recommended.
Places of interest:
This is an ideal spot for stopover. In the night twinkling lights in the plains of Punjab are worth seeing.
Near by places:
Bilaspur
Theog

Theog is a town and a municipal committee in Shimla district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on National Highway NH22 on the Hindustan Tibet Road is 32 km away from Shimla and is a town of five Ghats.Their main occupation is growing vegetables. Royal Apple Picture is the major production house based in Theog.
How to reach:
Theog can be reached by taking bus from Shimla. Taxi services are also available.
Place climate:
Climate is cold during winter season and hot during summer season.
Places of interest:
Kufri, Green Valley
Near by places:
Narkanda, Matyana
       
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