One of the best hill stations in India, Dalhousie is named after Lord Dalhousie the British-governor general who established the town as a popular summer retreat. Here is a list of some of the best places you can visit when in Dalhousie.

Rock Garden

Rock Garden is a wonderful greenhouse and a well-known excursion spot in Dalhousie. Other than unwinding and reviving in the recreation center, you can likewise attempt the few experiences of the adventure sports accessible in the zone including zip lining and so forth.

Garam Sadak

Garam Sadak is a street in Dalhousie associating Gandhi Chowk and Subhash Chowk which offers picturesque vistas of the valley. Fixed with tall trees and green vegetation, going for a stroll on this grand street is a standout amongst the most touristy activities in Dalhousie. You will likewise have the option to see wonderful ‘Tibetan Rock Paintings’ embellishing the dividers of the street as an afterthought.

Bakrota Hills

Bakrota Hills, otherwise called Upper Bakrota, is the most elevated zone in Dalhousie and is covered by a street called Bakrota walk which prompts Khajjiar. With a bunch of homes here, the zone does not have a lot to pull in voyagers but rather is perfect for walks and to glance around and appreciate the landscapes. The region is encompassed by deodar trees and slopes all around.

Subhash Baoli

Named after the popular Subhash Chandra Bose, Subhash Baoli is a perpetual spring which has restorative properties and accepted to have relieved the opportunity warrior of his evil wellbeing. The quiet spot is visited by voyagers who come here to savor the common excellence, with an extended perspective on the snow-tidied mountains out yonder. Found 1 km far from Gandhi Chowk in Dalhousie, this tribute to the pioneer is a perfect spot for picnics and night walks. Arranged close to these springs is a lovely cascade which streams into a cold stream.

Panchkula

Encompassed by a front of crisp, green pine and deodar trees, Panchpula is a cascade and an astounding outing spot in Dalhousie. The spot where five streams meet up. Panchkula’s standard supplies water to the different territories of Dalhousie. This stream starts from the northern side of Dain Kund, and a sight for the sore eyes. This spot is best known for trekking and its grand magnificence.

Khajjiar Sanctuary

Also called by the name Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, it is located in the picturesque hilly Chambal district of Himachal Pradesh. The all-around spread out trekking and climbing trails in the Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary offer an unblemished, entrancing background with nature and are ostensibly the best way to investigate the lovely immaculate timberlands of the recreation center territory. Perspectives on the transcending and impeccable Pir Panjal go from the mysterious Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary resthouse is an amazing sight to inundate yourself in. The farmland scene is certain to furnish you with a feeling of surprise and marvel.

St. John Church

This is the oldest church in the town and assumes not only religious significance but has much historical significance too. It also tends to be a favorite amongst photographers. A library neighbors the church, where one can find a lot of book about the past and the present of the town. The church performs service every Sunday.

TimingsAll days of the week: 7:00 AM -7:00 PM

 Sach Pass

Sach Pass, a mountain that runs the Pir Panjal Mountain extend, at the stature of 4500 meters, associates Dalhousie with Chamba and Pangi Valleys. At a separation of 150 kilometers from Dalhousie, it is a standout amongst the most troublesome goes to cross in North India. Experience searchers frequently visit the Sach Pass to encounter the rush of riding a bicycle or driving a vehicle through it. For the individuals who would prefer not to go out on a limb can employ an accomplished driver to investigate the amazing pass. It is a favored course for local people to reach Chamba or Pangi valleys and is a well-known point for trekking from Dalhousie.

Cafe Dalhousie

Cafe Dalhousie is a standout amongst the most prominent bistros in Dalhousie known for its delightful sustenance and impeccable climate. Offering worldwide cooking choices, the restaurant likewise gloats of all-encompassing vistas of the adjoining slopes and valleys. The most prevalent nourishment at the bistro incorporates bites like barbecued sandwiches, pizza and shakes and so forth.

Timings: 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM