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Hill Stations in Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is a Hill State in India having entire territory of mountains with altitude from 350 to 7000 metres above the sea level. Nestled in the laps of Himalayas, its natural beauty and scenic landscapes makes top hill station destination of India. The state has various beautiful hill stations but due to climatic conditions and transport facilities, many hill stations are less visited and unknown to tourists. Famous Hill Stations like Shimla, Kullu, Manali are easily accessible from Delhi, Chandigarh and other nearby cities.

Following are the district wise hill stations of Himachal Pradesh.

Hill Stations in Shimla

  • Shimla
  • Kufri (16 km from Shimla)
  • Chail, Solan (45 km from Shimla)
  • Mashobra (10 km from Shimla)

Hill Stations in Kullu

  • Manali (40 km from Kullu, 250 km from Shimla)
  • Kullu (210 km from Shimla)

Bilaspur Hill Station (90 km from Shimla)

Hill Stations in Chamba

  • Dalhousie, Chamba
  • Khajjiar, Chamba

Hill Stations in Kangra

  • Dharamsala, Kangra (340 km from Shimla)
  • McLeodGanj, Kangra (245 km from Shimla)
  • Dharamkot (250 km from Shimla)
  • Palampur (215 km from Shimla)

Hill Stations in Mandi

  • Mandi (145 km from Shimla)
  • Joginder Nagar (210 km from Shimla)

Hill Stations in Lahaul-Spiti (425 km from Shimla)

  • Lahaul valley, Lahaul-Spiti
  • Rohtang Pass, Lahaul-Spiti
  • Spiti Valley, Lahaul-Spiti
  • Kardang, Lahul valley
  • Dhankar, Spiti Valley
  • Keylong

Hill Station in Solan

  • Solan City (50 km from Shimla)
  • Kiarighat (19 km from Solan, 27 km from Shimla)
  • Barog (55 km from Shimla)

Kinnaur Hill Station (254 km from Shimla)

Hill Station in Sirmaur

  • Haripurdhar (30 km from Shimla, 100 km from Salon)

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