Narkanda is perched at 2,469 metres above sea level on what used to be known as the Hindustan-Tibet highway and is surrounded by the Shivalik Ranges. During the summer months, Narkanda is the perfect base to hike to Hatu peak (approximately one hour on foot) for panoramic mountain views from its hilltop temple. Located within the orchard region of the state of Himachal, you will also find freshly picked delicious apples and cherries for sale en route. During the winter, the area is transformed into an exciting skiing destination, with slopes for beginners and the experienced alike.
A fantastic example of colonial engineering. Water was transported from here to Shimla in what are believed...Explore
Originally the residence of Lord Dufferin, Viceroy of India (1884–1888), the Viceregal Lodge peers over...Explore
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