10 Hidden Hill Stations In India Worth Visiting This Summer!

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Gopika VC

Lakes, waterfalls, mesmerizing perspectives, and unique animals including barking deer, and sambar deer surround the charming refuge.

Chikaldhara, Maharashtra

Doodhpathri, also called the Valley of Milk, is an excellent substitute for the more crowded and touristy Gulmarg.

Doodhpathri, Jammu and Kashmir

Haflong in Assam, is worth visiting for its lush sceneries, cotton clouds, rolling green valleys, and majestic hills.

Haflong, Assam

Barog is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Kalka-Shimla Railway. Barog is a pleasant summer hideaway 300km from Delhi.

Barog, Himachal Pradesh

In West Sikkim, the town of Pelling will charm you with its green slopes, fresh air, and amazing views of the Khongchendzonga.

Pelling, Sikkim

Experienced trekkers use Raithal as a base for the Dayara Bugyal trek in the Garhwal Himalayas.

Raithal, Uttarakhand

This hill town with its many colors is a treat for tourists. Small village of Chaukori has some of the best views of the Nanda Devi peak.

Chaukori, Uttarakhand

Surrounding the beautiful Yercaud lake are lush, green fields. This lake is a great place to go boating and walking.

Yercaud, Tamil Nadu

Mirik has rewarding nature walks with great views of the Khongchendzonga and large tea plantations.

Mirik, West Bengal

Yelagiri is a true paradise for bikers and road trippers because the weather is always like it is right before the rains.

Yelagiri, Tamil Nadu