One of nation’s most captivating and calmest slope towns of the nation, Lansdowne shot to popularity during the British Raj, because of its lovely climate and beguiling areas.

Best Time to Visit Lansdowne

Lansdowne in Summer (April – June)

Summer is the busiest time of the year for Lansdowne, with tourists rushing in from all parts of the country to enjoy some peace and solitude amongst the gorgeous snow-capped Himalayas. Summers also provide great climate with clear skies and warm enough temperatures that individuals can make the best of their time by going trekking or hiking at Tip in Top and Hawagarh or spot rare species of birds especially in the Kalagarh Wildlife Sanctuary and even go boating at the Kho River.

Lansdowne in Monsoon (July – September)

Lansdowne during monsoons is something that many individuals avoid due to the continuous heavy rainfall and sometimes foggy views which leads to bad visibility. The rains in and near Lansdowne may also result in adverse road conditions or landslides, due to which it is not advisable to visit the town during this time. However, if you can brave the risks and weather conditions you are in for a treat as monsoons in Lansdowne is one of the most mesmerising things you will see. The entire town is covered in dew during the early mornings and the scenery glitters with lush green trees and forests which may make it worth the risk for some.

Lansdowne in Winter (October – March)

Winter in Lansdowne is another sight to behold. The temperature in Winters ranges from 4 to 15 degree celsius. The entire town is covered in pale whites of snow due to frequent snowfall from october to january. If you are looking to experience the monsoon views and its enthralling beauty, the early months of the winter season might also be preferable and well within your reach while also being less risky. The winters also bring in several festival celebrations that are celebrated with utmost vigour and excitement. However, the temperatures in winter might often drop to sub-zero levels, and it is, therefore, advisable to carry appropriate clothing.

Places to Visit In Lansdowne

Bhulla Lake

One of the most loved outing spots among local people and travelers, Bhulla lake is an all around kept up peaceful lake made and kept up by Indian Army. Bhulla lake is adored for it’s serene environment as it isn’t much populate and there are plentiful sailing offices accessible here.

Tip N Top

Tip N Top, otherwise called tiffin top, is a little ridge perspective found 1.5 km from the fundamental city of Garhwal. This is the best spot to watch total horizon, Shivalik extend, all encompassing Garhwal slopes with magnificent Himalayan range.

St. John’s Church

Situated at the Mall Road this Catholic Church was worked in 1936. The excellent insides and green surroundings of the congregation pull in travelers and make it an absolute necessity visit goal.

Darwan Singh Regimental Museum

Named after Victoria Cross holder Darwan Singh Negi, it is a verifiable safeguard historical center situated close to the procession ground in Lansdowne. This flawlessly enhanced two story building has a gathering of arms, regalia, rarest photos of armed force officers, declarations and insights regarding the starting point and accomplishments of Garhwal Rifles.

Jungle Safari

On the off chance that you might want to investigate the wild of Lansdowne, many visit administrators arrange wilderness safaris into the core of the woodlands where you can get a look at Himalayan wild creatures in their regular living space.

Bhim Pakora

Bhim Pakora can be come to after a 2km trek downhill on an unpleasant way and the spot is very astonishing as there are two major stones one over the other in immaculate equalization and keeping in mind that the stone can be moved with a finger it never tumbles down