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Top 10 Coldest Places In India | Must Have To Visit Before Die

Do you know which Indian cities, villages or towns are the coldest places in India? At these places, you can feel the lowest temperature even during the Summer season? Scorching heat, sweaty clothes, an everlasting headache and will to go somewhere cold and never return.

India is diverse in its culture and climate both. While some of the parts of the country witness simmering heat during summers, some parts remain cold throughout the year. We have made a list of some of the coldest places in India which could be your next destination for summer vacations.

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Top 10 Coldest Places In India

Dras: One of The Most Coldest Places in India

State: Jammu and Kashmir
District: Kargil
Elevation: 3,280 m (10,760 ft)
Climate: Average. Summer temperature: 15 °C; Winter temperature: −45 °C
Languages: Urdu

Ladakh

State: Jammu and Kashmir
Area: 45,110 km²
Elevation: 3,500 m (11,500 ft)
Climate: Average. Summer temperature: 33 °C; Winter temperature: −42 °C
Languages: English, Ladakhi, Urdu

Rohtang Pass

ALTITUDE:- 2050 m
PIN CODE:- 175131
BEST SEASON:- Sep – June
LANGUAGES:- Pahari, Hindi, English
STATE:- Himachal Pradesh
WEATHER:- Summer 23 to 36°C, Winter -1 to 18°C
District: Kullu

Srinagar

State: Jammu and Kashmir
Founded by: Ashoka the Great
Area: 294 km2 (114 sq mi)
Elevation: 1,585 m (5,200 ft)
Climate: Average Summer Temperature: 27.1 °C; Winter temperature: -2.5 °C
Languages: Urdu, Kashmiri

Keylong

The Keylong is located in Himachal Pradesh and Situated at a height of 3440 m (10,100 ft), The average temperature during the summer is 25 °C and during the winter sees it at -2 °C. it is the most populated place in the Lahaul region.

State: Himachal Pradesh
District: Lahaul and Spiti
Elevation: 3,080 m (10,100 ft)
Climate: Average Summer temperature: 25 °C; Winter temperature: -2 °C
Languages: Hindi

Gangtok

Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim and located at the height of 1,600 m (5,200 ft).
State: Sikkim
Area: 35 km2 (14 sq mi)
Elevation: 1,600 m (5,200 ft)
Climate: Average Summer Temperature: 22 °C; Winter temperature: 4 °C
Languages: Nepali, Bhutia, Lepcha, Limbu, Newari, Rai, Gurung, Mangar, Sherpa, Tamang, Sunwar, Tibetans and Hindi

Shimla

State: Himachal Pradesh
Area: 25 km2 (10 sq mi)
Elevation: 2,205 m (7,234 ft)
Climate: Average Summer temperature: 19-28 °C; Winter temperature: -1 to 10 °C
Languages: Hindi

Manali

Manali Situated at a height of 6260 feet above sea level, Manali is one of the most popular, beautiful and awe-inspiring hill stations in this country.

State: Himachal Pradesh
District: Kullu
Elevation: 2,050 m (6,730 ft)
Climate: Average Summer Temperature: 4-15 °C; Winter temperature: -15 to 5 °C
Languages: Hindi

Mussoorie

It is known as the “The queen of hill stations“. Situated at an altitude of 6000 ft. , Mussoorie is a popular hill station famous for its colonial heritage and its religious sites.

State: Uttarakhand
District: Dehradun
Elevation: 2,005.5 m (6,579.7 ft)
Climate: Average Summer Temperature: 24-35 °C; Winter temperature: 1 to 20 °C
Languages: Hindi, Garhwali, Hindi, Jaunsari, English

McLeod Ganj

Mcleodganj is a hill station near Dharamshala, popular among trekkers.

State: Himachal Pradesh
District: Kangra
Elevation: 2,004 m (6,575 ft)
Climate: Average Summer Temperature: 25 to 36 °C; Winter temperature: -1 to 17 °C
Languages: Hindi, English, Tibetan, Pahari

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