Bringing cheer to tourists and hoteliers, Himachal Pradesh has received heaviest snow of the season, with many places covered with more than 90cm thick white blanket. While snowfall will prove boon for tourism, it has crippled life in higher areas with blocked roads, snapped power cables and frozen water pipes. The snowflakes measuring upto 4cm

MANALI: Following heavy snowfall in parts of Kullu and Lahaul, there is threat of avalanches and landslides for next few days. While three avalanches in Lahaul near Udaipur created panic among the residents on Tuesday, two vehicles were hit by a massive landslide near Khalara nullah in Lag valley of Kullu on Wednesday. Three persons,

MANALI/ SHIMLA: Eight districts of Himachal are receiving heavy snowfall while other districts are lashed with rain following the aggressive western disturbances which are expected to bring more snow to state till January 26. The inclement weather has triggered cold wave conditions in the state. Higher reaches of Kullu, Lahaul-Spiti, Kinnaur, Chamba, Mandi, Shimla, Kangra

MANALI: The peaks of Himachal, most parts of Lahaul-Spiti and Kinnaur districts, Dalhousie and Manali have worn fresh mantle of snow while many lower parts of the state received moderate rain on Saturday. The weatherman has predicted more snowfall in next 24 hours. Keylong, district headquarters of Lahaul-Spiti, received 30cm of snow. Gondla and Koksar

MANALI: Mountains surrounding Manali are glittering like silver with first snowfall of the season which is continuing since Sunday. The intermittent snowfall has sent light waves of cold towards valleys where mercury has dipped abnormally. Fresh snowfall near Rohtang pass in Manali Mountain peaks including Rohtang, Hamta, Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba and Friendship peak

Most of the parts of Himachal, including Manali, Shimla, Chamba, Kinnaur and Lahaul-Spiti have been experiencing heavy snowfall since Monday morning. Manali town after snowfall on Tuesday.

Himachal Vacation Travel News http://himachalvacation.com SHIMLA/ MANALI/ DHARAMSHALA: Tourists dancing on the rhythm of fresh snowfall on the famous Ridge of Shimla and The Mall Road of Manali, hoteliers attending unprecedented inquiry phone calls from tourists, traffic moving with snail’s pace on several highways and farmers thanking almighty, this is how Himachal celebrated its first