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Himachal Pradesh is a picture-perfect state that impresses tourists with beautiful hill stations, quaint villages, snow-capped mountains, lush green valleys, diverse flora and fauna, impeccable nature and abundant trekking trails. It is a veritable place for nature lovers, adventurers and backpackers. Here is our choice of top places to visit in Snow ode's habitat.

The Lonely Path
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1 Kasol

On the banks of the Parvati River is a photogenic hamlet of Kasol, also known as 'Little Israel of India'. Ladbach and serene, Kasol is popular among backpackers and hippies, and with good reason. The stunning landscapes of snow-capped mountains, lush green valleys, natural waterfalls and untouched trekking treks make it a haven for nature lovers and trekkers, while attractive cafes, budget-friendly living options and a plethora of comfy veneers make it a must-have for backpacks. Makes wonderful place. Through this. When you are in the area, it is worth exploring nearby small hamlets, such as Chail, known for trance and psychedelic parties; Malana, known for its Malana Cream (cannabis); Rasol and Tosh, full of lush greenery and peace.

The Himalayas, standing tall!
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2 Shimla

Also known as the Queen of Hills, Shimla is a grand colonial hill station, where the picturesque atmosphere at every nook will welcome you. A perfect place to visit, Shimla boasts some of the best colonial era architecture, including the Vikareghal Lodge, Town Hall, Gaiety Theater and Christ Church. The location of the city in the foothills of the Himalayas amidst lush greenery and snow-capped mountains makes it an ideal place for trekking and other outdoor recreation. When the winter season begins, the appeal of the Queen's hills increases manifold - the whole city is covered in snow, a sight to remember!

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3 Kasauli

Kasauli is a small colonial town at an altitude of 1,900 meters. The city has very little in terms of attractions, commerce and population. However, this is where its beauty and appeal lies - its uneven air, calm and peaceful vibe, and an abundance of nature attract travelers. Some of the places you can visit include Baptist Church, Christ Church, Kasauli Brewery, Monkey Point, Nahari Temple and Kasauli Club.

4 Dharamshala

Located in the upper reaches of the Kangra Valley, Dharamshala has one of the best climates in Himachal. Surrounded by the snow-clad peaks of the Dhauladhar mountains and lush green cedar and deodar forests, the city is splendid with cultural and architectural attractions as well as the catering, restaurants and café shops of its extensive Indian and Tibetan communities. Its suburbs, such as McLeod Ganj (Mini Tibet of India), Dharmkot, Sindhbadi, Ramnagar and Naddi are worth visiting. Furthermore, with trekking trails, waterfalls and heaps of natural valleys, the city attracts adventurers from all over the world.

Splendid Spiti ❤️
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5 Spiti Valley

At a height of 3,810 meters, Spiti Valley is a remote village in the cold desert mountains. Despite the fact that it is quite isolated, many spiritual and adventurous travelers are slowly making their way to Spiti to explore many of their Buddhist monasteries, and engage in thrilling activities, such as trekking, mountain biking , Whitewater rafting and wildlife spotting. . In addition, it is surrounded by several high-altitude villages, such as Tabo, Kaza, Dhankar, Kibber, Komik, and Langza, which can also be seen on your visit to Spiti.

Snow-capped lam dal lake, Dhauladhar range, India, August 2020.
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6 Manali

Situated at an altitude of 2,050 meters on the Beas River, Manali is a picture-perfect hill retreat that is thronged by tourists every year. The picturesque landscape including lush green cedar and deodar forests, snow-capped mountains, beautiful meadows, waterfalls and valleys attract adventurers and nature lovers alike. Alternatively, ancient temples and Tibetan monasteries are spiritual enthusiasts.

Dhauladhar range
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7 Chitkul

Chitkul is a small charming village in Kinnaur district of Himachal, which is probably the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. There is not much to see and do in the hamlet, however, its beautiful landscape is surrounded by lush green vegetation, snow-laden mountains and apple orchards, and the serene vibes make it an ideal place for those who love nature. Are one with - in peace and silence. Of particular interest are its quaint houses, with wooden or slate roofs, and a temple that is home to the city's 500-year-old deity.

A Paraglider taking off the gear
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8 Bir Billing

Despite its small size, Bir Billing is the place for paragliding in India. Also known as the 'Paragliding Capital of India', Bir Billing boasts a year-round climate and a spectacular landscape, attracting thrillers and backpackers from all over the world. This place offers a panoramic view of the uninterrupted beauty of the Himalayan mountain ranges.

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