Hill Stations in Madhya Pradesh

As known by everyone, Madhya Pradesh is the heart of the nation. It is not just for the geographical location, but also for being the hub of heritage for communities like Hinduism, Islam, Jainism and Buddhism. The state reminds of the glorious history from the monuments, forts, palaces and temples all over. The state has given birth to a lot of poets, saints, kings, musicians, emperors and warriors. Besides the urban planning and history, the station is also popular for the scenic beauty. There are many hill stations in Madhya Pradesh offering a cool climate, picturesque views, pleasant atmosphere and everything refreshing.

List of Hill Stations in Madhya Pradesh

Pachmarhi Hill Station, Madhya Pradesh

Pachmarhi is one of the top hill stations in MP and is located in the Satpura Ranges of Hoshangabad district of Dhupgarh. The hill station is located 1100 m above the sea level. The hill station is popular since the ancient times of British Raj. The locals know Pachmarhi by the name of Satpura ki Rani which means the Queen of Satpura. This lovely hill station is an utmost tranquil region situated amidst deep forests of Sal, Bamboo, Jamun and others.

There are many waterfalls and streams in this peaceful MP hill station. There are cave paintings which can be found in the age old forest regions of Pachmarhi. One of the beautiful attractions of the hill station is Pandava Caves, which is surrounded by timber reserves from all sides. Pipariya is the nearest railway station to Pachmarhi at a distance of 47 km only. October to June is the best climate to visit the hill station.

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Amarkantak Hill Station, Madhya Pradesh

Amarkantak is one of the best hill stations in Madhya Pradesh which is also a popular pilgrimage town in the state. The forest regions, hills, waterfalls and ponds make this a lovely hill station. The view from the top of the hillock is simply breathtaking. The hill station is an ideal destination for pilgrims as well as for nature enthusiasts. It is located in Anuppur where Satpura and Vindhya ranges meet up. There is wide range of flora found in the region, and the forests are close to the famous Kanha national park. There are many ashrams nearby the place for the visitors. Pendra road station is nearby the spot, which is just 19 km at a distance from Amarkantak. The hill station is open in all the seasons, but summer is the best time for visit.

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Tamiya Hill Station, Madhya Pradesh

Tamiya is an unexplored hill station of Madhya Pradesh. The hill station is not much crowded and looks wonderful. It is situated in the centre region of the popular Satpura national park. The scenic beauty and flora of the surrounding regions offer loveliness of nature to the people. Papiriya is the nearest railway station which is well connected with the major cities of Madhya Pradesh; it is only 47 km away from the Tamiya hill station. The Tamiya region is open for the tourists in all the months, but summer is the preferred time to visit the hill station.

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