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Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Lansdown (Day 2)

4. Next Day 

The vicinity of Lansdowne is filled with religious sites, especially temples. The old Shiva temple or Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple, which is believed to be 600 years old, is 40 kilometers from the town. However, trekking towards this destination is very tricky and testing. While exploring the surroundings, you can be surprised by wildlife including wild fox. The serenity surrounding the Lansdowne can often take you by surprise, as you will surely go dazed and speechless with the elegant divinity.

5. Going back to Noida

The 2 days trip comes to an end but wait, there is something left to share with you. A small cafe named Trip n Travel cafe on the way back to kotdwar.

Places to stay

You can find various resorts and cottages to enjoy a memorable time with family and friends. 

Most of the resorts are built to give you a scenic view of the valley as they face the hills. You can find yourself in the middle of the cloud, as they often play hide and seek with the blowing wind. With absolute silence and cool weather, you can experience the divine serenity. The morning sun illuminates the hills and warms your body, making you experience the best moment of your life. 

Best time to visit

With pleasant weather and warm hospitality, Lansdowne can be visited any time during the year. 

However, the best time to visit the place is in the summer months from March to June. If you are travelling between July and August, you must carry your rain-gear. 

How to reach

Traveling to Lansdowne is easy, especially if you are coming from Delhi. By road, it is around 250 kilometers away and takes 4-5 hours if you take the Meerut-Bijnor-Kotdwara route. This is indeed the best way to reach the city of dreams.

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