Dalhousie is a hill station located on the western tip of the Dhauladhar Range. This quiet and enchanting town is interspersed with low roofed stalls and colonial buildings. Dalhousie is an interesting blend of panoramic views and charming architecture. There is the list of some tourist attractions in Dalhousie that you cannot afford to miss during visit to Himachal.
List of Tourist Place to visit in Dalhousie
Dainkund: - Situated 10 km away from Dalhousie, Dainkund deserves a special mention because of its green valleys and hills. The three rivers of Chenab, Ravi and Beas thread their way down to the plains and add to the glory of this place.
St. Francis Catholic Church: - Established in the year 1894, this charming church has European decor and architecture. Apart from being a major tourist attraction, it is also a popular place of worship.
Subhash Baoli: - Located 1.6 km off the G.P.O Square, Subhash Baoli is a popular tourist destination. The fact that Subhash Chandra Bose spent a couple of days here adds to the importance of this place. You get breathtaking views of the snowcapped mountains from here.
Satdhara: - Located 2,036 meters above sea level, Satdhara has a collection of seven springs known for their therapeutic properties.
Pangi Valley: - Located in the upper region of the Chamba district and between Zanskar and Pir Mangal valley of the Himalayas, Kilhar serves as the base of the Pangi Valley. Here, you can try multiple activities, including trekking.
Jandhri Ghat: - This Ghat located a few kilometers off Subash Baoli boasts of a magnificent palace that bears the ruins of the Chamba rulers who ruled here prior to the advent of the British.