- LANSDOWNE TOURISM
- LANSDOWNE ATTRACTIONS
- AROUND LANSDOWNE
- LANSDOWNE TRAVELS
- LANSDOWNE CLIMATE
- LANSDOWNE HOTELS
- LANSDOWNE PACKAGES
Lansdowne Attractions/Tourist places/Local Sightseeing
The charming hill station of Lansdowne is also the quietest hill station of India.Lansdowne became popular since Britishers came to India and shifted a part of thecantonment board to Lansdowne from Almora in Uttarakhand (earlier Uttaranchal).Lansdowne hill station is situated at an altitude of 1,706mts above sea level in Uttarakhand India and is unlike other hill stations as it is well connected with motorable roads but still remote. It is surrounded with thick oak and pine forests in the Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand state.Lansdownw is named after Lord Lansdowne, who was the then Viceroy ofIndia during the period of 1888 - 1894. Presently, Lansdowne has the command office of the Garhwal Rifles division of the Indian Army. Lansdowne attracted the Britishers by its climate and natural beauteousness; therefore they established a cantonment here.
The Garhwal Rifles Regimental War Memorial #1
This War memorial at Lansdowne was unveiled on 11 Nov 1923 by Lord Rawlinson of Trent, the then Commander in Chief of India. Located at the Parade Ground, this museum is a major crowd puller of the town.
Garhwali Mess #2
Being one of the oldest buildings of Lansdowne, Garhwali Mess dates you back to the Victorian period. The mess was built in Jan 1888 which subsequently became the present mess in 1892. Garhwali Mess is very well maintained heritage site of Lansdowne.
Regimental Museum #3
It is a motivational hall inaugurated in 1983, named after Darban Singh Negi. Rare collection of Garhwal Rifles can be seen at Regimental Museum.
St. Marry Church #4
This artistic church was built by Colonel AHB Hume in 1896. St Marry's Church fell into disuse after 1947; the building has been restored now by Garhwal Rifles Regimental Centre. Pre Independence photographs, audio and visual display of Regimental history can be seen at this place.
St. John Church #5
It is a Roman Catholic Church situated on the mall road. The church was previously a forest bungalow and it reopened on Nov 29, 1980. St. Johnâ€™s Church is the only Church of worship in Lansdowne.
Bhulla Tal (Lake) #6
Literally Bhulla means younger brother in Garhwali. This artificial lake is dedicated to the young Garhwali youth of Garhwal rifles who contribute their services for our protection. Boating and paddling facilities are also available at Bhulla Tal. A children park, bamboo machan and fountains have been erected as part of entertainment and beatification of pristine surroundings.
Situated in the ridge near St. Mary Church, Tip-in-Top is a popular point amongst the tourists visiting Lansdowne. The easy trek to Tip in Top goes through dense forest and rugged terrains ending up at a picturesque spot from where enchanting Himalayas can be seen.
The trek to Hawagarh is a revitalizing experience. This easy trek passes through Khyber Pass along the road to Jaiharikhal
Bhim Pakora #9
Bhim Pakora is one of the essential vacationers' destinations around Lansdowne that is referred to for its beautiful excellence as well as a result of the story connected to this spot. Bhim Pakora is a sight of two vast rocks that are set one above other and keep up immaculate parity.
Danda Nagaraj Temple #10
Danda Nagaraj Temple is a well known religious destination in Pauri, Garhwal region around the Lansdowne range in the state of Uttarakhand. The place experiences huge influx of devotees around the places and far way from to devote their prayers and offering to Lord Krishnna who is the residing God here.
Durga Devi Temple #11
Durga Devi Temple at Kotdwar is one of the renowned spots here. The holy shrine is located along the banks of Khoh River and is just 9kms far from Kotdwar. Living god of the temple is Goddess Durga who is to a great extent lectured by the guests and aficionados here.
Jwalpa Devi Temple #12
Surrounded by the excellence of nature, Jwalpa devi temple offers rich green mood to visitor from various corners of the world. Jwalpa devi temple is a blessed and religious spot. It is an eminent Siddhpeeth and is situated close to the street amongst Pauri and Satpuli.
Kaleshwar Temle #13
This is one of the most seasoned temples that were built for Lord Shiva. This temple is the focal point of fascination and is a major point of dedication for the general population here in Lansdowne. The vast majority of the general population from the fearless Garhwal regiment visit here to offer their prayers. Kaleshwar temple is arranged close to the fundamental Lansdowne city.
Kandolia Temple #14
Kandoliya Temple is a lovely temple arranged amidst serene and dense forests which is 2kms away of city of Pauri. Kandoliya Devta is the living divinity of the temple. The temple is to a great extent went by local people and guests every year. It is trusted that if wishes are really made before the Kandoliya Devta then they come true.
Kanvashram is one of the real vacation spots of Lansdowne arranged in the midst of lavish green forests and hillocks. The River Malini streams near this ashram, further upgrading the excellence of the spot. The ashram is a perfect spot for contemplation with appropriate convenience facilities. The Sahastradhara Falls is found near Kanvashram.
Lovers Lane #16
Lover's Lane is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Lansdowne. It is considered as the best trekking route present in the entire area. The overcast valley, located on one side of the trek, offers wonderful views of the mighty Himalayan Ranges. On the other side, the trek is surrounded by oak and pine trees.
Tarkeshwar Mahadev #17
Situated on 2092 mts, the Tarakeshwar Mahadev Temple is found near Lansdowne. One of the old heavenly locales or SiddhaPitas, the temple enshrines the deity of Lord Shiva. The area of the temple is an additional preferred standpoint