Lansdowne is an unspoilt stretch of lush vegetation tucked in the Himalayas. It is a tranquil town with old-world colonial charm. The hill town, which is positioned at a height of 1,700 m, is studded with pine and oak trees. The entire hill station is surrounded by charming churches, blooming thickets, springs, and ponds.
After the then Viceroy of India, Lord Lansdowne, Lansdowne was founded in 1887 as a cantonment for the British, who were drawn to its pleasant climate. It is now the Indian Army's Garhwal Rifles' command centre. Discover hidden churches and temples while taking nature walks through the small town with a lake at its centre, or simply relax and take in the pristine mountain views.
A little distance from Kotdwar is an upscale hilltop area in Lansdowne. Residence of the Garhwal Regiment in the Uttarakhand district of Pauri An elegant and spotless highland resort is Lansdowne. It's a vacation spot that provides a mental and physical break from the grind of 9 to 6 office jobs. This tour is recommended for environment lovers since Lansdowne has a beautiful view of mountains and snow-capped summits.
Winters and summers in Lansdowne are quite lovely. The best time to go here, though, is often between March and November. While the pleasant temperature is very pleasant from March to June, you can feel the cold in your back during December and February due to the lower Zero temperature. The location seems amazing and unique, and the mountain is rather nice.
Places to visit- tip-in-top, bulla tal, st. Mary’s church, kaleshwar temple, Garhwali Mess, kalgarh tiger reserve, Garhwal regimental museum, tarkeshwar temple, Durga devi temple, st. John’s catholic church.