Snow covered travel
Updated: Dec 2, 2020
Playing snowman, throwing snowballs and eating some snow is all that one can think of while wanting to visit a snow-clad place. India has a handful of places that will not make you miss the Swiss Alps.
Auli : Surrounded by oak trees and nanda devi mountains, Auli is the best snow-covered place for skiing and trekking. From visiting Badrinath temple to sitting on long cable cars, it is simply an adventures ride to Auli.
Nainital: Snow observation to a point of 2270 km to Mall road and tiffin top for your travel hunger, Nainital covers not just snow but much more.
Dhanaulti: A hill station located in the land of Mussoorie, It is common to witness heavy snowfall in the start of the year. Peaceful and serene, it is a blessing to see the snowfall in this area.
2. Himachal Pradesh.
Manali: Situated on the banks of the river beas, Manali has always been popular amongst the youth for the trekking and urban set up. The pearl like snow and the bon fire spread everywhere, makes Manali, the best snow-covered destination.
Solang Valley: The Solong Valley popularly known for its paragliding, zorbing and horse riding is the premier location in Himachal Pradesh to witness adventure wrapped in snow and surprise.
Kufri: Kufri has a lot of picnic spots and nature trails that make this place ideal for a retreat and relaxation. Kufri is located around the Himalayan peak and the highest altitude amusement park will take your breath away.
3.Jammu & Kashmir.
Pahalgum: For people who wish to behold the beauty of nature in their memories forever, Pahalgum is the abode for you. Situated amidst the beautiful clear lake surrounded by the lofty mountains, Pahalgum snow drops like beauty.
Gulmarg: Reckoned to being the best skiing destinations in India, Gulmarg forms an important part of Kashmir as it adds to the beauty and serenity of the place. Gulmarg is undoubtedly a snow lovers’ pilgrimage.
Ladakh: Ladakh and Snow is like the greatest love story. It is the best thing to witness. The snow that will melt you. It is a sin to not visit Ladakh, if you call yourself a Snow lover and travel freak.
There is a lot of Snow falling! Where are you headed.