Tourist resort Kufri and Dalhousie experience snowfall on X-mas


Tourist resort Kufri of Shimla district and Dalhousie of Chamba experienced snowfall enthralling huge crowded of tourists in unexpected snowfall this morning. Tourist vehicles were seen making bee lines as about six centimeters snowfall recorded as the entire valley got white cover. However tourist Resort Narkanda had snowflakes.


Tourist resort Dalhousie got nearly 3.5 centimeter snowfall. Similarly tourist resort Kalpa in Kinnaur district had about five centimeter snowfall. Mount Jakoo of Shimla also experienced two to three centimeter snowfall. Tourists who were already lodging in the town to celebrates Christmas blessed by nature when Deodar trees turned white.


However tourist resort Manali did not got rainfall or snowfall but its high reaches beyond Merhi experienced snowfall. Gateway to Lahaul Spiti district, 13050 ft high Rohtang Pass, Lady of Keylong, Seven Sisters hill, Goshal hills, Dhauladhar ranges of Chamba distirct, Kunzum pass of Spiti valley, Manimahesh, Kinner Kailesh of Kinnaur district, Churdhar of Sirmaur distirct got good spell of snowfall.


Recession of Manali tourists industry may get little flip with snowfall on the high reaches however tourists vehicles were not allowed to be go beyond Marhi police post. Report said that Manali-Keylong road was open for vehicular traffic however administration is allowing to cross Rohtang Pass in from 1000 hrs to 1500 hours in the day. Manali-Kaza or Keylong Kaza road have been closed for vehicular traffic since Dec 15 onward. Report arriving said that due to heavy traffic on the road due to Christmas crowd but vehicular traffic was closed on Hindustan Tibet National Highway between Shimla and Kufri.

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ML Verma is a Senior journalist, with more than a decade of experience of active reporting for electronic media, news agencies and fast paced online media.

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