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Hatu Peak - Himachal
Himachal pradesh is one of the  best place to enjoy for every  nature lover as it is similar to paradise that is situated in the North India, Kashmir. The best time to visit Himachal is from May to November but from April to January, you will see a lot of crowd in Himachal because of the snow. Himachal is crowded during this time with all national and international tourists. Here you will be able to visit different monuments, palaces, temples and monasteries. Himachal pradesh is also known as the Fruit bowl of India and attracts the eyes of everyone. You will find a wide variety of fruits in Himachal are grown here in the gardens. Himachal provides a magnificent view of mountains, as from north side, Jammu and kashmir lies with all the Himalayan range. During your visit to Himachal, don’t forget to see the golden Valleys, deep gorges, misty woods, water streams and beautiful forests. While roaming in the markets of Himachal, you will be able to find a whole new world which is full of art, craft and talented people. Tibetan carpet, bamboo baskets and antique jewellery is very popular here. Himachal is known as one of the crowded and supernatural Dev Bhoomi land of India. You will be able to see stone building, hindu Manu Temple and apple orchard in the Old Manali. The most popular hill stations after Shimla is Manali and Dalhousie. Dalhousie is spreaded at least on the 5 hills and provide the best panoramic view which peaceful surroundings. 
Shimla is the most popular hill station with  many tourist points such as The Ridge, Mall Road, Christ Church, Jakhoo and Summer Hill. Himachal Pradesh has many hill stations which are very famous all over the world to provide a cool environment even during summer season. There are so many things to do in Himachal as far as tourism is concerned. Here we will be talking about Hatu Peak - Things to do in Himachal Pradesh. This is a wonderful places to visit in Himachal which provides the view of the whole landscape of Himachal. 
Hatu Peak - Things to do in Himachal Pradesh:
In Shimla district, Hatu Peak is 2nd highest peak which is 11,152 feet above the sea level and it is surrounded by oak trees, dense forest, conifers and maples. On Shimla to rampur highway, this peak is located. This peak is about 71 kilometres away from the Shimla. It road is good and in well condition. This path is also best for trekking, bike and car. In winter, the road is safe to travel for only one car. Major tourist attractions at Hatu Peak are 
● Hatu temple 
● Sightseeing view point of Shivalik Hill
● Tourist house 
● Flora tour
● Tani Jubbar Lake
● Mahamaya Temple 
● Stokes Farm
Its forest consists many dominated flora species like maple, holly, conifer, oak, aesculus and populus. This peak looks like paradise which is enveloped with sweeping landscapes, towering mountains, stunning view and different trees. It stands at 12,000 feets above sea level. This peak is famous throughout the full year with lush green alpine and spectacular views. This peak is accessible on foot, by car or bike. From Narkanda to Hatu peak, you will enjoy the Majestic view. Full year, this peak is famous for cool weather. April to October are the best months to visit this Hatu Peak. You can reach this peak by Jubbarhatti Airport that is 23 kilometres away from the Shimla town. Above is given all the information about Hatu Peak. This is all about Hatu Peak - Things to do in Himachal Pradesh.

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