Hill Stations in India



Hill stations in India were developed by the British, around a central mall, to get respite from the oppressive summer heat. Many have picturesque lakes as their focal point, making them excellent places for boating activities.

The hill stations in India are located in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya in the Himalayas and in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in Western ghats.

The Indian subcontinent has seven principal mountain ranges and the largest of all is the Himalayas that lies in the northern part of India. Then there is Shivalik range that also lies within the same region has some famous hill stations that include Dalhousie, Kullu, Shimla, Nanital and many more.

These hill stations are world famous they are frequently visited by tourists on a summer vacation tour. Due to this almost all of the above hill stations are connected by rail, road and air services to major Indian cities.

Zone of the hill stations in India are listed below by state :-

EAST INDIA                                 WEST INDIA

NORTH INDIA                             SOUTH INDIA

CENTRAL INDIA
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