A small picturesque hill station located in the district of Garhwal at a height of 1,706 meters above the sea level, Lansdowne is one of the peaceful and quite hill stations where one can enjoy the nature’s beauty all around oneself. During 1888-1894, Lord Lansdowne was the Viceroy of India and made this place as a hill resort for British during summers. The town was eventually named after him. Lansdowne also holds a great historical importance in the independence movement of India since major activities were held here during that time. Some of the major attractions of Lansdowne are the regimental and military memorials. Although the weather in Lansdowne is pleasant throughout the year which is why it attracts tourists all around the year; however, the best time to visit Lansdowne is during the months of March to October. For witnessing the snow spread town, the season of winters is an appropriate time for Lansdowne is covered in the white sheet of snow then.
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Lansdowne is approachable round the year. The summers are haven for many as it allows people to join the trekking experience.
The weather is brilliant throughout the year at Lansdowne. It can get extremely cold in the winters with the temperatures dropping to 0 degree Celsius. The summers are pleasant with maximum temperature around 25 degrees Celsius. The area becomes even prettier during the monsoons (July-September). Sharadotsav Festival during the autumn is also a good time to visit Lansdowne.
The summers from April to June are quite pleasant in Lansdowne. The temperature ranges from 15 to 30 degrees Celsius. You can enjoy the clear skies, warm weather and trekking during summers. You can easily roam around in cottons and som... read more...
Shardotsav is organised annually in the month of October in Lansdowne. It is a very big fair attracting tourist with many activities and interests.
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