Lansdowne Hill Station

During the British era, Lansdowne was a key location for the activities of British Garhwal freedom fighters. Today, this is where the renowned Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army have their regimental headquarters. Since the British arrived in India, Lansdowne has gained popularity and is one of the country's quietest hill destinations. In contrast to most hill towns, Lansdowne is both secluded and well connected by motorable roads. It is located in the Pauri Garhwal district of the state of Uttarakhand at a height of 1,706 metres above sea level and is encircled by dense oak and blue pine woods. Visitors can enjoy the War Memorial, which is located in the Garhwal Rifles Center's Parade Ground. It is necessary to receive prior authorization from the military authority. Tip n Top View Point, Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple, Santoshi Mata Temple, Regimental Museum (also known as the Darwan Singh Sanghralaya), Bhullatal Lake, St. Mary's Church, and Lover's Lane are just a few of the city's points of interest. Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple is the most visited temple in Lansdowne and draws thousands of devotees during the month of Sawan (Indian Monsoon). The Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Bhairav Garhi Temple, and Bhim Pakora can be visited on day trips from the city. During the autumn, this hill station also hosts the yearly "Sharadotsava" (Autumn Festival).



Lansdowne, Pauri Garhwal Uttarakhand 246155


Note :  AC = Air Conditioner, SUDLX = Super Deluxe, SMDLX = Semi-Deluxe, DLX = Deluxe, ECO = Economy, FAM = Family Suite, ORD = Ordinary, WH2 = Wooden Hut 2 Beded, WH4 = Wooden Hut 4 Beded, DH = Deluxe Hut, GH = Gujjar Hut, AH = Alwin Hut, FGH4 = 4 Beded, FGH10 = 10 Beded, DORM = Single Bed only