Summer Trip: Top 10 Offbeat Hill Stations In India!

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Gopika Vc

Ponmudi hill stationis located in Thiruvananthapuram. Mountain flowers, wild orchids, & exotic butterflies are numerous, as people stroll along trails.

Ponmudi, Kerala

Kokernag, in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district, is a popular tourist place for peace and beauty. It has many plant & flower species and stunning natural beauty.

Kokernag, Jammu & Kashmir

Mechuka, a 6,000-foot-high valley in Arunachal Pradesh, is known as the Forbidden Valley since it was only accessible by road a decade ago.

Mechuka, Arunachal Pradesh

This quiet picnic place is ideal for a weekend escape. Camping, trout fishing, and hiking are available. The year-round temperature is close to 16 degrees Celsius

Barot Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Lambasingi is the only area in South India that gets snow. This lesser-known site has towering hills, tall green trees, and deep forests.

Lambasingi, Andhra Pradesh

Yuksom, a small Sikkim state, is known for its stunning snow-capped mountains and scenery. This is the best spot to unwind from the fast-paced existence. 

Yuksom, Sikkim

Yercaud, the "jewel of the south," is located in Tamil Nadu's Eastern Ghats Shevaroys Hills. Lake, reserve forest, and steep hills are there. It has cool weather.

Yercaud, Tamil Nadu

Uttarakhand's Uttarkashi district has a picturesque Raithal village. Raithal hamlet, the base camp for Dayara Bugyal at 1,800 meters.

Raithal, Uttarakhand

This holy site is recognized for its hills and pilgrims. Tourists must climb roughly 4,500 stairs to reach the peak to reach the pilgrims

Mangi Tungi, Maharashtra

Peerumedu is a prominent Kerala hill station. Peer Mohammad, a Travancore royal-affiliated Sufi saint, gave the town its name. 

Perumedu, Kerala