5 Stunning Himalayan Destinations You Must Visit These Winters

Bestowed with snow clad mountains, frozen lakes and cold breeze, India looks exceptionally beautiful during winters. Winter months are considered to be the best time to experience the beauty this country boasts of. The three Himalayan states, namely Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir witnesses heavy snowfall during winter months, which is a major attraction for tourists and locals alike. Let’s have a look at the most famous Himalayan cities you should definitely visit during the cold season —


Gulmarg - HimalayaGulmarg, meaning ‘the meadow of flowers’, is among the premier hill resorts of the country. This hill station is most famous for providing the best skiing experience to the tourists. It is situated at an elevation of approximately 2,650 metre and is home to the highest green golf course road in the world. Enjoy your journey by flights and train, you can search and compare tickets via ixigo. Track live pnr status and flights status via online.

Best experience — Take a Gondola ride from the second highest cable car at Gulmarg, try your hands at golfing and spend some leisure time at Alpather Lake.


Auli- HimalayaIf you love snow, then Auli must be on your bucket list. This snow-covered hill station is a popular ski resort with all the high-end facilities. Sensational views of the famous mountain peaks like Mana Parwat, Dunagiri, Mt. Nanda Devi and Nar Parbat are sure to spellbound the visitors.

Best experience — A 360-degree view of the Himalayan range from Auli ropeway must not be missed. Also, don’t forget to visit Gorson Bugyal green pastures and explore the untouched Himalayas at Kwani Bugyal.


Roopkund- HimalayaFrom breath-taking camp sites to miles of undulating meadows, from deep virgin forests to gurgling brooks, Roopkund has it all. Away from the honking of the vehicles, experience real serenity at this place. Roopkund, famous as the Skeleton Lake, carries an element of mystery with it which never fails to attract tourists from across the globe.

Best experience — Witnessing hundreds of human skeletons lying on the lake offers an unforgettable experience. Also, get an insight into the history associated with this lake.


Manali - Himalaya

Manali, located at an elevation of 2050 m, remains crowded with tourists throughout the year. Himalayan peaks, gushing streams, peaceful environs and a beautiful mall road contributes towards its popularity. Go paragliding, zorbing, skiing, or just sit and breathe in the fresh air.

Best experience — Go to Manikaran and take a hot sulphur bath. If you have time, explore Rohtang Pass and enjoy skiing as well.


Ladakh - Himalaya

Ladakh with picture-perfect gompas, whitewashed stupas, mani walls and colourful fluttering prayer flags is every traveller’s dream destination. It shares its East border with Tibet, South with Lahaul and West with Kashmir valley. The barren mountains and the rugged terrains of Ladakh are most famous among nature enthusiasts and adventure lovers.

Best experiences — If you are a trekking enthusiast, go for Chadar trek. Cover Tilat sumdo, Tibb, Nerak, Shrina koma, Gyalpo, Dibyokma, Lingshed on the way. Also, explore the age-old monasteries and spend some peaceful time.

Book your tickets now and spend some lovely time in these mesmerising destinations.

Guest Author : A travelling enthusiast, Ishan loves to explore the unexplored. His writing captures the essence of travelling in a comprehensive and tuneful way.
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