This post is in continuation with a previous one and part of my Lansdowne Travelogue. We traveled from Delhi to Lansdowne on Day 1, spent Day 2 sightseeing in Lansdowne, and traveled back to Delhi on Day 3. Details of the last day are mentioned in the article below. To read the previous parts of this travelogue, please click on the link below.
Journey So Far: Sightseeing in Lansdowne – A Day of Scenic Beauty all Around
I slept like a baby the entire night and woke up a little late. I think it was because the night before at Hotel Bhagwati Palace was a very uncomfortable one and neither of us got proper sleep. Anyways, we woke up, had some breakfast, and checked out of the hotel at around 10 AM. Now it was time to return home but not before we made a short trip to Tip n Top again.
Lansdowne to Delhi
Not much to write about after this actually. We kind of took the journey slow since we had the entire day to return home. A few hours later we reached Miranpur and this time, rather than going towards Khatauli, I decided to drive via the Meerut route.
I really did this just to explore that side of the route but it was definitely a mistake. First of all, the road from Meerut to Miranpur is in bad condition as compared to the one via Khatauli. Second, and my biggest mistake, was the traffic of Meerut that I completely forgot about. Nonetheless, there were a few scenic spots on this stretch as well.
We finally made it back home a little late in the evening. Lansdowne was not really high on my list of places to visit but that opinion changed after I spent a couple of days here.
If you too are living around Delhi or a place closer; and are looking for a highly scenic and beautiful destination for your next trip then I urge you to consider Lansdowne. It is a quiet and very scenic town and unlike other crowded hill stations; it not yet affected by the tourist mania. Just make sure that you call in advance and book your stay here.
A few important details about this part of the journey.
Lansdowne to Delhi Distance & Travel Time
The total distance from Delhi to Lansdowne is 290 kilometers approximately.
Depending on your speed and breaks, Lansdowne to Delhi can easily be completed in about 6 to 7 hours.
There is no direct bus between Delhi and Lansdowne. But there is a direct bus from Delhi to Kotdwar. From Lansdowne, you will first have to board a Bus or shared cab for Kotdwar and then look for a bus to Delhi from there.
Like Bus, there is no direct train to Lansdowne. The nearest railway station is at Kotdwar from where Lansdowne is at an approximate distance of about 40 kilometers that can be covered in about 90 minutes. You will first have to get to Kotdwar from Lansdowne and then board a train for Delhi.
I hope the information above on traveling from Lansdowne to Delhi; and about making a trip to Lansdowne; was of help. If you have any further questions; or need any other details; please feel free to ask in the comments section below, or at our Community Forum and I will be glad to answer.