Hill Stations

HillStations.com will be a continuously evolving website, aimed to offer free information on and about hill stations in India and also around the world. Here you will find pictures, hotel and accommodation details, sight seeing information, history, best times to visit (season), ways to reach (travel), climate details, shopping and food known for, videos, online maps, downloadable maps, discount deals, hotel and resort reviews, online booking, etc.

About hill stations: The term “Hill Station” was first coined in India. As the name suggests, hill station was used for towns situated on higher altitudes (about 2000 feet above sea level), like on a hill. Some hill stations go up as high as 7000 feet. More than half of all the hill stations in India were founded by the “British” Indian Army, so to speak. Before Independence, hill stations in India were primarily used as summer capitals to escape the summer heat. But now they serve as tourist places.

Why visit a hill station? Most people visit hill stations primarily to experience the pleasant climate, the stunning scenery and to relax or unwind from their daily routine. Young and/or physically active folks also visit them for the many activities that you can participate in, like trekking and hiking, mountain climbing, paragliding, skiing, etc. While religiously inclined folks like to visit temples and participate in various pujas, rituals and festivals. Those fond of art and history prefer to spend their time in knowing more about the past and studying the carvings, architecture, etc. All in all, visiting a hill station is an exhilarating experience! The trip, the stay, the photography, the sight seeing, the adventure, the unity with nature – all become cherished moments that you continue to remember and recall.

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Maharashtra

  • Lonavala
  • Khandala
  • Mahabaleshwar
  • Matheran
  • Panchgani
  • Karjat
  • Igatpuri
  • Panhala
  • Toranmal

Andhra Pradesh

  • Horsley Hills
  • Ananthagiri Hills
  • Araku Valley

Himachal Pradesh

  • Chail
  • Dalhousie
  • Dharamsala
  • Kasauli
  • Kullu and Manali
  • Shimla

Jammu and Kashmir

  • Pahalgam
  • Gulmarg
  • Patnitop
  • Khilanmarg

Jharkhand

  • Hazaribagh

Karnataka

  • Agumbe
  • Horanadu
  • Kemmannagundi
  • Kudremukh
  • Nandi Hills

Meghalaya

  • Shillong
  • Cherrapunjee

West Bengal

  • Darjeeling
  • Kalimpong

Gujarat

  • Saputara
Kerala

  • Devikulam
  • Munnar
  • Nelliampathi
  • Peermade
  • Ponmudi
  • Wayanad
  • Vellarimala
  • Trivendram
  • Kovalambith

Madhya Pradesh

  • Pachmarhi

Rajasthan

  • Mount Abu

Tamil Nadu

  • Yelagiri
  • Coonoor
  • Kodaikanal
  • Udagamandalam (Ooty)
  • Yercaud
  • Kolli hills
  • Valparai

Uttarakhand

  • Bhimtal
  • Chamoli
  • Mussoorie
  • Landour
  • Nainital
  • Nanda Devi
  • Pithoragarh
  • Ranikhet
  • Munsiyari
  • Champawat
  • Gangolihat
  • Berinag
  • Askot
  • Didihat
  • Chaukori
  • Bageshwar
  • Lohaghat
  • Joshimath
  • Uttarkashi
  • Badrinath
  • Pauri
  • Auli
  • Subtopic
  • Almora