Dainkund Peak in Dalhousie is worth visiting place, as its beautiful lush green surroundings and snow-capped mountains attract many tourists every year. It gets maximum snowfall in winters due to its highest peak in Dalhousie. Photographers can capture the beauty of Khajjiar Lake from Daikund Peak. With its beautiful scenic view, green valleys, calm forests it is a must place to visit while you are on a Tour of Dalhousie.
Panchpula means five bridges in Hindi and is situated 3 Kms from Dalhousie. Panchpula is known for its gushing waterfalls. While visiting Panchpula on the way you can see the natural spring known as Satdhara Spring.
Kalatop Wildlife Reserve
Kalatop Wildlife Reserve is spread over 3069 hectares of land, which is situated between Dalhousie and Chamba. It is in Chamba’s district and it is 6 Kms away from Dalhousie. Sanctuary is located at an altitude between 1185-2768 meters. Kalatop sanctuary has lot of wildlife species like black bear, chir and barking deer. The sanctuary is well known for Himalayan Bear. Kalatop Wildlife Reserve is one of the best places to visit in Dalhousie.
Moti Tibba is ideal for nature lovers and photographers. It is surrounded by lush green pine, oak and deodar trees. The mesmerizing odor and the calmness of forests will instantly refresh you. Moti Tibba looks like heaven in winters when covered with snow.
The beautiful landscape of Bakrota hills will refresh your mind and soul. It offers an amazing view of the majestic Himalayas. Bakrota Hills are perfect for hiking and walking. It is located 5Kms from Dalhousie.
Subhash Baoli is known as Subhash Chandra Bose, who is the famous freedom fighter who was recovering from tuberculosis and stayed in Dalhousie for seven months and he drank water from this spring regularly. It is mentioned that water has healing properties and he was cured from this disease.