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Here are the top 12 tourist attractions to see in Patnitop:

1. Nathatop


Must Visit

Nathatop

4.2

8 kms
from city center

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1 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

One reaches Nathatop after a short trek from Patnitop. The hill station is covered with snow during winters thereby enhancing its beauty two times. One can happily go skiing in these mountains. Nathatop has become very famous for its paragliding and sometimes people from different parts of the count...

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2. Paragliding in Patnitop


Must Visit

Paragliding in Patnitop

4.0

1 kms
from city center

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2 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

Patnitop is a hilltop tourist destination offering a paragliding joyride perched at an altitude of 2024 m above the sea level. The ride is conducted at a 2 km landmark, Dawariyai, situated on Patnitop-Sanasar Road, also known as Billoo Di Powri point.

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3. Skiing


Must Visit

Skiing

3.5

138 kms
from city center

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3 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

Winter months in Patnitop are marked by a number of skiing courses and setups coming up in the area. Given the modest and gentle slopes in Patnitop, it tends to be an ideal destination for skiing for people with no prior experience.

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4. Naag Mandir


Must Visit

Naag Mandir

3.5

2 kms
from city center

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4 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

The Nag (Cobra) Temple near Patnitop is more than 600 years old. During the Nag Panchami Festival, it sees hundreds of Shiva devotees, who throng to this temple to pay respects and worship the snake King Cobra.

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5. Billoo ki Powri

Billoo ki Powri

3.2

2 kms
from city center

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5 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

A staircase of 270 steps chiseled out of the mountain, a little away from Patnitop is known by the name of Billoo ki Powri and falls in the town of Dawariyai.

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6. Kud Park

Kud Park

3.2

4 kms
from city center

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6 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

Located in Kud, this park is famous for its beautiful flowers. It is also a favorite picnic spot to plenty who visit Kud. Also Kud, one can get their hands on some 'Patisa', a sweet that Patnitop is known for.

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7. City Shopping

City Shopping

3.0

5 kms
from city center

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7 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

While in Patnitop, don??t miss the 'Patisa' and dry fruits that is known for. One may also chance upon Kashmiri handicrafts and Pashmina Shawls. Also, do try the sweets here.

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8. Madhatop

Madhatop

3.2

10 kms
from city center

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8 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

Situated at an altitude of 2,024 m, Madhatop is easily accessible by road and is a 5 km trek away from Patnitop. Surrounded by pristine natural beauty, Madhatop is a great getaway destination for trekkers, honeymooners, winter sport aficionados and pretty much everyone else in between.

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9. Shiva Ghar

Shiva Ghar

3.2

59 kms
from city center

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9 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

Lying at an altitude of around 3500m, and a 11km trek from Patnitop, Shiva Ghar makes for an exciting one day trek. Trekking equipments can be hired from the tourist department shops in Jammu.

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10. Sudh Mahadev temple

Sudh Mahadev temple

3.2

7 kms
from city center

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10 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

Built almost 80 years ago, this temple was built on the spot where a Shiva devotee was accidentally killed by his trishul, while he was trying to protect his consort, Parvati.

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11. Nature Walks

Nature Walks

3.2

0 kms
from city center

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11 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

Nature trails can lead to pockets where time stands still and calm prevails. Encounter breathtaking landscapes and indulge in scenic purity on nature walks through the landscapes, hills and valleys here.

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12. Nag Panchami Festival

Nag Panchami Festival

12 out of 12
Places To Visit in Patnitop

The festival of Nag Panchami is an auspicious day that falls on the fifth day of Shravan and is celebrated by individuals throughout the country. The festival is held annually in order to worship the Serpent deity and all snakes in general. During Nag Panchami, many people flock to Patnitop as it is...

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