Explore These Must-see Places In Dalhousie!

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Ruchika Mandora

If you are looking for a place like this that can make your summers great, Dalhousie is the place.

The Dainkund Peak is the highest point in Dalhousie. It looks out over the amazing scenery, which has long stretches of pine trees.

Dainkund Peak

Ganji Pahari is a small hill on Pathankot Road that is 5 km away from the Dalhousie bus stand.

Ganji Pahari

Khajjiar's meadows are picture-perfect. You can enjoy the view by yourself or try paragliding, zorbing, or horseback riding.


People go to Panchpula to see the small but beautiful waterfalls, the clear streams, and the resting place of the great freedom fighter Sardar Ajit Singh.


Sach Pass is 15 miles from Killar in the Chamba District. This Pass, at 14500 feet, separates the Pangi tribal valley from Chamba.

Sach Pass

Chamera Lake, located in Chamba at 763 m above sea level, is a popular tourist spot. Dalhousie is 30 km away.

Chamera Lake

It's surrounded by snow-covered pine and deodar trees in Chamba valley. Seven Springs (Satdhara) Seven springs feed this waterfall.

Satdhara Falls

Mall Road is a popular place to shop in the city. It has a wide range of goods, from dolls to Kashmiri shawls.

Mall Road

The Chuwadi Valley is 23 kilometres away from the top of the Pass, which is watched over by the Jot Pass. Himachal Pradesh is home to a hidden treasure called Jot.

Jot Pass

Raja Umed Singh built the Mahal to house the royal women and today displays rare paintings, antiquities, coins, hill jewellery, and costumes.

Rang Mahal