Hill Stations are among the first and foremost attractions of tourism in India. They are located across the Himalayan range (from North to North-East), Central India and in South India. High mountain peaks, snowy hills, glaciers, meandering rivers and beautiful lakes, lavish green valley covered with a large variety of flora and fauna and off-course opportunities for all kind of adventures activities; are the key features that make hill-tourism a satisfactory experience. Jammy and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, States of North-East and Hills of South India cover the major hill-stations. In J&K, Gulmarg, Patnitop, Pahalgam and Ladakh Valley are the must visit places. Gulmarg is a cup shape valley, its name means the ‘meadow of flowers’ and it is 56kms far from Srinagar.