Dalhousie Hill Station
Established in 1854 by the British Governor General Lord, Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station whose old charm is still reflected from its appearance and ambience. The hill town is situated an an altitude of 2036 m offers a panoramic view of enchanted area surrounded by varied vegetation – pines, deodars, oaks and blooming rhododendron.
Activities: Camping, Trekking, Rappelling and Hiking
Best Places to visit:
Subhash Baoli: Subhash Baoli is a pleasant spot named after the well known freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose who has spent many time in this zone in 1937. The magnificence of this beautiful spot is enhanced by the gigantic towering pine trees which make this spot considerably more lively.
Panchpula: Dalhousie is one of the renowned pleasant spots in the district, Panchpula is one from these which is situated at a seperation of around 3 km. The word Panchpula implies five bridges. It is the spot where a plunging stream fills and nourishes several pools.
Bara Pathar: Bara Pathar is a Temple in transit between the Kalatop sanctuary and the Dalhousie Municipal limits. The sanctuary is set in the midst of thick and fragrant woodland. It is a decent place for a break on the route to Kalatop.
Dainkund Peak: Dainkund Peak, perched at an elevation of 2755 meter, is the most noteworthy mount in Dalhousie. Travelers can appreciate 360° perspective of the whole valley from this peak. It is a prevalent vacationer destination in the region.
Bhuri Singh Museum: Set up in 1908, Bhuri Singh Museum is named after the renowned King Raja Bhuri who contributed the compilation of paintings of his family to the museum.
Other major attractions in the city includes: Bharmaur, Central Park, Chamera Lake, Church of scotland, Dakshina Murti, Upper Bakrota, Alah Water Tank etc.
Best Time To Visit: March to November