A solo trip was one item unchecked in my bucket-list until I got the opportunity to travel to Lansdowne, the land of mighty Garhwals.
Lansdowne is a hill station and also the cantonment town in Pauri Garhwal district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. This peaceful hill station, originally known by the name of ‘Kaludanda’ (Kalu means black and Danda means hill) got its current name from its founder, Lord Lansdowne, in 1887. This place was developed to cater to the needs of a new recruitment training centre of the Garhwal Rifles. Currently, this place is home to the command office of the Garhwal Rifles.
Day 1: Delhi to Lansdowne