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Skiing in Auli

Hit the slopes at one of the world’ s highest ski resorts (skiing in Auli)
LOCATED ABOUT 16 KM from Joshimath, Auli is one of the highest winter sports resorts. Skiing in Auli is a wonderful adventurous activity in the world.

Its 3 km slope, ranging from a height of 2,519 to 3,049m, with a 500m drop make it comparable to the

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Lansdowne

A beautiful little hill-station nestled in Pauri Garhwal
SITTING 1,706m ABOVE sea level Lansdowne is a pretty hill-station in the pauri garhwal region of Uttarakhand. Founded in ad 1887, the retreat grew popular with the British, who established the Garhwal rifles regimental center here during the raj. Today, the command office of the legendary garhwal rifles of the Indian Army is

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Jageshwar

A town rich in both history and atmosphere
Jageshwar a Pilgrimage center and historical town in the Almora district is also an architectural  delight one hundred and twenty four large and small temples built during a span of 1,000 years from 8th to 18th century AD and  over hundred sculptures are under the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).

A museum  maintained by

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Mukteshwar

Come here for a glimpse of rare birds
SITUATED 2,286m ABOVE sea level Mukteshwar offers as its USP, a 180-degree view of the himalayan ranges. It is an important hillstation in Kumaon. The town became popular after the classic novel, the man eaters of Kumaon, written by Jim Corbett apparently, Jim Corbett apparently jim corbett hunted half a dozen of the

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10 Attractions in Bhimtal

Bhimtal is a small Nagar Panchayat situated in the northern part of the kumaon region, Nainital District in Devbhoomi, Uttarakhand. Named after the strongest pandava Bhima in Mahabharata, Bhimtal stands at an altitude of 1370 meters above the sea level. Located in the Lake District Of India, this small town is famous for Bhimtal Tourism, Bhimtal Lake of which an

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Nanda Devi National Park

A World Heritage Site with no human population inside
THE Nanda Devi National Park is one of the very few untouched regions of the Himalayas.  With no human population inside the park,  the quintessential serenity of the valley remains immaculately preserved and serene.

Along with the valley of Flowers, Nanda Devi was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.  It

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