Travel Tips: Nainital Mussoorie also fails in front of these 2 hill stations, have you gone to visit?


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Mussoorie is often called the "Queen of Hills". It is a popular destination of Uttarakhand where tourists come from all over the world. Many tourists from Delhi come to Mussoorie to enjoy its attractions. Mussoorie is widely known among travelers due to its proximity to Dehradun. However, we are going to tell you about two such hill stations of Uttarakhand which are even more beautiful and are situated in the lap of nature. These two hill stations are-Pithoragarh and Binsar. You must definitely plan to learn here.


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Pithoragarh is often called the pride of Kumaon. This hill station is incredibly beautiful, and some would argue that it surpasses even Mussoorie in beauty. You can roam here. Situated at an altitude of about 2010 meters above sea level, tourists can enjoy the views of Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot and Panchachuli mountain ranges. These snow covered peaks look very beautiful. Panchachuli gets its name from its five peaks. You can also visit Berinag, a small hill village in Pithoragarh district. Gangolihat is another place in Pithoragarh district that you can visit, which is known for the Haat Kalika Temple. This ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Kali was established by Adi Guru Shankaracharya. You can also visit Munsiyari of Pithoragarh.


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Binsar Hill Station

Binsar Hill Station is located in Almora district of Uttarakhand. The beauty of this hill station will fascinate you. Situated amidst nature, there is great peace here. There are many places to visit in Binsar. It is situated amidst dense cedar forests. Binsar is also home to the sacred Binsar Mahadev Temple, famous for its sanctity and spiritual ambiance. This temple is quite famous. In Binsar you can also visit Kasar Devi, Zero Point and Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.