Much of India's charm lies
in its snow-laden hills. Most of the hill stations of the country were
discovered and developed by the British to serve them as summer refuges.
Today, these hill stations, apart from offering heart-stirring panorama,
also remind us of the colonial era. The foothills of the Himalayas are home
to a number of picturesque hill stations that are haunted both by domestic
and international travellers. Besides, the Aravali Ranges of the northwest,
the Western Ghats in the west, the Nilgiri Hills and the Palani Hills of the
south also have salubrious destinations to offer.
Given below is a list of some of the most travelled hill stations in India.
You can make a right choice only if you have complete destination knowledge.
So, read on .