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Lansdowne is the famous hill station of Uttarakhand, visit these beautiful tourist places

Let us tell you today about the five best tourist places in Lansdowne, where it is made to go during the holidays.

Located at an altitude of 1,780 meters in Uttarakhand , Lansdowne is a serene and beautiful place where you can spend your holidays in peace. This tourist destination is an ideal destination for spirituality, adventure activities and nature lovers. Not only this, Lansdowne is also famous for its wildlife sanctuary including beautiful forest. Let us tell you today about the five best tourist places in Lansdowne, where it is made to go during the holidays.

Kalagarh Tiger Reserve

Jungle safaris are a popular activity in Lansdowne , but for that you have to visit Kalagarh Tiger Reserve. It can also be reached from Pakhro Gate, Watanwas Gate and Kolhuchaur. You have to pass through this dense forest to see elephants, tigers, leopards and deer. The nearest entrance to this forest from the city is Vatanavas and the best time to visit here is between November to June.

Bhultal lake

Bhultal is a man-made lake, dedicated to the youth of the Garhwal Rifles, who helped in the construction of the lake. Located in the cantonment area of ​​Lansdowne, this famous lake is maintained by the Indian Army. It is a famous picnic spot and people can also buy tickets for paddle-boating by coming here. You can spend a relaxing day here visiting a nursery and rabbit shed.

St. John’s Church

St. John’s Church is located a short distance from Lansdowne. The beautiful interior and pleasant atmosphere of this church attracts tourists. The construction of this church was completed in the year 1937. The church is designed in colonial architecture and is also the only church for worship in Lansdowne.

Bheem pakoras

Did you feel strange hearing the name Bhim Pakode? But this is a place, which is about two kilometers from Lansdowne. According to old accounts, during the time of Mahabharata, Pandavas spent a night here during their exile. Bhima, who was considered very powerful, placed one rock on top of the other so carefully that it never fell and since then the rock is still in perfect balance.

Snow view point

There is a short trek at a distance of three kilometers from the town of Lansdowne, which is called Snow View Point. The place offers panoramic views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks from afar. The place graces the scenery in front of you for a complete panoramic picture. At the same time, enjoy the panoramic views of the lower valley here.

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