BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN UTTARAKHAND DURING WINTERS
Winter season is one of the best time to travel Uttarakhand to experience the breathtaking beauty of Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand has so many things to offer for couples as well as for tourists. Uttarakhand is a popular state in North India for tourism and it has many small hill stations where thousands of tourists reach to spend their winter holidays and experience the snowfall. There is no pollution and air quality is so good, Mesmerizing climate, beautiful views, snowfall, and many more things you can experience in Uttarakhand. Winters have already approached and every traveler out there is planning a trip to some cold destinations. Well, if you are looking for a place where you can enjoy the winters, then you should consider visiting Uttarakhand. If you think Uttarakhand is all about temples and pilgrimage sites, then you really haven’t explored its wonders.
Experience a white Christmas and a light-filled New Year’s with friends and family in Nainital. Nainital is the best place to be there on your honeymoon and explore the city with your partner. Nainital is one of the most visited tourist destination in India.
If you are planning for your Nainital trip during winter, then you must keep a good account of your winter clothes because the weather is going to be really chill.
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This place is one of the favorite destinations among tourists as it is also known as the Switzerland of India.The beauty of Auli is divine & enthralls the tourists with scenic beauty. Auli is the best winter destination in India and an important ski destination. This place is famous for organizing the international level winter sports. Auli is also known as Auli Bugyal in Garhwali, which means “meadow”. Auli is situated in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. If you love to play in snow, the best time to visit Auli is from November to February.
Mussoorie – the Queen of Hills, is a hill station in India that everyone would like to travel again and again. It is a place filled with scenic beauty. There are several beautiful places in Mussoorie that one can visit to have wonderful vacations. Places to visit (varies according to age group): Mall road, Kempty falls (though can be chucked), Chaar Dukan, Laal Tibba (awesome sunset!), Dhanaulti, Company Bagh (if you have kids with you else could be skipped). Places to visit (varies according to age group): Mall road, Kempty falls (though can be chucked), Chaar Dukan, Laal Tibba (awesome sunset!), Dhanaulti, Company Bagh (if you have kids with you else could be skipped). The journey to Musssoorie starts from Dehradun and it will be full of joy and happiness as the roads are surrounded by beautiful views.
The starting point of two of the most incredible Himalayan treks: Tungnath and Chandrashila. The best time to visit Chopta in winters is from December to March. If you would love to spend your weekends amid a peaceful and melodious environment, then Chopta would make for a great choice.
Things to Do – Chopta is famous for Trekking (Chopta Chandrashila Winter Trek), yoga, photography, bird watching, and camping
At a distance of 64 km from Nainital, , 350 km from Dehradun, 51 km from Ranikhet and 360 km from Delhi, Almora is a scenic hill station. Almora is said to have got its name from a short plant by the name Kilmora, which was used to wash utensils at the infamous Katarmal Sun temple. People who brought Kilmora came to be known as Kilmori and thus, it evolved to what it is now known as Almora. Almora is also a home of Famous Bal mithai(sweet).
Popularly known as “mini Kashmir” Munsiyari is situated at an altitude of 3000 meters above the sea level, it is located in the Pithoragarh District. The word Munsiyari means “a place with snow”. Munsiyari is one of the most vibrant and happening place for all the adventurous souls. Winters in Munsiyari: starts from November till mid-March. The town is located on the banks of the Goriganga river and boasts of richly diverse wildlife. Birthi Falls is one of the beautiful waterfalls in the Kumaon valley, it can be seen on the way to Munsiyari. So, pack your bags and explore this breathtaking town right away!
Binsar is named after its Bineshwar Mahadev temple of Lord Shiv. It’s rightly said, what is sacred is beautiful. Indeed, Binsar is pure beauty! The views of major peaks like Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi, Panchachuli and Kedarnath are visible from here. Winters in Binsar are very cold, and the maximum temperature will range around 25°C. Heavy woolen sweaters should be carried during the winter season. Binsar is one of the most popular tourist places to see in Uttarakhand in the month of November and December. It is a paradise for trekkers.
Things to do – You can enjoy hiking, local sightseeing, trekking, photography, and jeep safari.
So, pack your bags and plan a trip to the serene and beautiful hills of Uttarakhand.