Lansdowne is a curious little slope town situated a good ways off of 258 km from Delhi in Pauri region of Uttarakhand. Weighed down with oak and pine woods and dabbed with structures of the provincial period, this slope station is a shelter for flying creature watchers, easygoing explorers and weekenders from NCR.
The town was found by British and got its name from the then Viceroy of India, Lord Lansdowne. The guesthouses here are blurring tokens of the pilgrim time frame, and they offer a staggering perspective on the mountains from their overhangs.
Things to do: Trekking, Snow View Point and Hawaghar, Nature walking, etc…
Attractions: Bhulla lake, Tip N Top, St. John’s Church, Bhim Pakora, Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Kanvashram, Camping, Kalagarh Tiger Reserve, etc…
Best Time to visit: Weather is brilliant throughout the year.
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal to Lansdowne is Jolly Grant air terminal of Dehradun. Chipper Grant is very much associated with Delhi and significant urban areas of the nation. From the air terminal, you can take a taxi to Lansdowne or you can likewise get an open transport from Dehradun to Lansdowne.
- By Road: There are some of the transports employing to Lansdowne from Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and urban areas close by. In the event that you can’t discover a transport to Lansdowne you can take a transport to Kotdwar and take another transport from Kotdwar to Lansdowne.