Places to Visit in Lansdowne

Tourist Spots in Lansdowne - Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple

Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple
The ancient Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple is placed at an altitude of 1800 m, surrounded by luscious Deodar trees. The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and attracts a large number of worshippers each year. It is 38 kilometres away from Lansdowne.

Tourist Spots in Lansdowne - Kalagarh Tiger Reserve

Kalagarh Tiger Reserve
Kalagarh Tiger Reserve is a must-see tourist attraction in Lansdowne. This wildlife sanctuary spans 300 square kilometres and is home to around 100 tigers. You may go on a jungle safari and witness the big cats in action!

Tourist Spots in Lansdowne - War Memorial

War Memorial
Lord Rawlinson of Trent established the War Memorial in 1923 to commemorate the history and achievements of the Garhwal Regiment. It's located on the Parade Ground and is a major tourist attraction in Lansdowne.


Snow Viewpoint
Snow Viewpoint is one of Lansdowne's most popular tourist attractions, offering spectacular scenery of the lush green forests, snow-capped mountains, and river valleys. A short hike will take you to the viewpoint.

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Bhim Pakora

Bhim Pakora, a place that defies gravity with the spirit of mythology, is a must-see for anybody interested in the history of the Pandava exile. There are various tales, but the one that adequately justifies the huge rock's size is Bhim, who with all his muscles placed one boulder on top of another to keep it from falling off.

Lansdowne StJohns Church Main

St. John’s Church
The St. John's Cathedral, which has captured the hearts of millions, is one of the essential tourist attractions you should not miss while in Lansdowne. The most appealing aspect of the church is its interiors, which define works of art of the highest calibre.

Bhulla Taal

Bhulla Taal
Bhulla Taal is a popular picnic site among locals. The lake, built and maintained by the Indian Army, may be transported by boat to enjoy the peaceful tranquillity of the atmosphere, and the nearby amusement park can be visited to complement your tour of Lansdowne.


The Kanavashram, which integrates nature into its womb, is a mirror for your mind, a cushion for your spirit, and a harmony for your heart. The Ashram, located on the banks of the Malini River, is a legend with a 5500-year history to share with tourist seeking calm and serenity.