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Hamirpur

Hamirpur

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Carved out from district Kangra, district Hamirpur started to develop in 1972. Hamirpur is spread in the area of about 1118 sq kms. This is located at lower elevation and that’s why this area is comparatively warmer than other hilly places.

Some hilly ranges are covered by pine forests. During the winter season, these hills are developed for trekking and for camping. Hamirpur is well connected by roadways from all sides. Thus this place is promoted as a tourist destination due to the development of historical and religious places.

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Una

Una

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Una is located in the southern part of Himachal Pradesh. Shivalik range of mountains surrounds this place. On 1st September 1972, the government of Himachal Pradesh divided Kangra in to three parts named Hamirpur, Kangra and Una. Una shares its border with the Hoshiarpur District of Punjab. In 1966, Una was excluded from Hoshiarpur and the hilly areas of Punjab were transferred to Himachal Pradesh.

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Bilaspur

Bilaspur

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The Bilaspur district is situated in Satluj valley in the outer hills and covers area of 1,167 sq. Kms. Its boundaries touch Una, Hamirpur, Mandi and Solan districts. Satluj is the main river which passes through the middle of the district and divides it into almost equal parts.The New Township Bilaspur should be regarded as the first planned hill town of the country.

Rekongpeo

Reckong-Peo

Reckong-Peo

Rekongpeo

Situated at an altitude of 2,670 metres above sea level, Reckong-Peo is the administrative headquarters of Kinnaur District in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Reckong Peo, is also popularly known as Peo, by the local residents. Popularly known as the ‘Land of Gods’, this district came into existence on 1st May, 1960.

Spity Valley

Keylong

Keylong

Spity Valley

Keylong, also known as Kyelong or Kyelang, is the district headquarters of Lahaul and Spiti. Located along the Manali–Leh highway, it is also a popular stopover for tourist heading to Ladakh. This small town is simply a nature’s bliss to watch with snow clad peaks and green valleys.