Note: 'h' stands for height above sea level)
Almora-h, 1676 metres in Kumaon hills; nearest railway station is Kathgodam.
Cherrapunji-h, 1358 metres, 48 km. south of Shillong; place of heaviest rainfall in the world (average 426 inches annually).
Coonoor-h, 2054 metres in the Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu; it is reached from Ootacamund by rail.
Dalhousie-h, 2397 metres in Himachal Pradesh; 80 km from Pathankot.
Darjeeling-h, 2184 metres in West Bengal; Magnificent snow views of Mt. Everest and Kanchanjangha.
Gulmarg-h, 2697 metres in Kashmir; 48 km. from Srinagar.
Kalimpong-h, 1219 metres; .car Darjeeling reached from Siliguri.
Kasauli-h, 2200 metres near Simla reached from Kalka.
Kodaikanal-(Tamil Nadu) h, 2194 metres.
Kullu Valley-A picturesque valley in Himachal Pradesh.
Mahabaleshwar-h, 1372 metres summer retreat of the Maharashtra Government.
Mt Abu-h, 1372 metres (Rajasthan) place of pilgrimage for Jains; Crated Dilwara temples situated here.
Mukteshwar-In Kumaon hills; a beautiful spot; Government of India veterinary Research Institute is located here.
Mussoorie-h, 2286 metres in Uttrakhand; hill sanatorium; reached from Dehra Dun by motor; queen of hills.
Nainital-h, 1950 metres in Uttrakhand; magnificent lake; reached from Kathgodam or Haldwani by bus/car
Ootacamund-h, 2286 metres in Tamil Nadu (in the heart oi Nilgiris); summer headquarter of Tamil Nadu Government.
Panchmarhi-h, 1066 metres in Hoshangabad; summer headquarters of Madhya Pradesh Government.
Ranchi-h, 640 metres; capital of newly formed Jharkhand state.
Shillong-h, 1524 metres on Khasi and Jaintia Hills; capital of Meghalaya.
Simla-h, 2124 metres; capital of Himachal Pradesh reached from Kalka by rail as well as by car/bus.
Srinagar-h, 1600 metres; capital of Jammu & Kashmir State. It is a lovely and beautiful place for sight-seeing and attracts visitors from all over the world. It is situated on the river Jhelum.