About Dalhousie
 

Dalhousie got its name from Lord Dalhousie, the British Governor-General of India, who chanced upon this charming spot every summer. His admiration of this place led him to establish one of the prime hill resorts of India in 1854.

Since then Dalhousie continues to safely guard its natural environment which till date is one of its best charms and beauty. Built upon five hills, Balun, Kathlug, Patreyn, Tehra and Bakrota, the hill station is covered with a thick growth of Ban, Oak, Confers, Pine, Firs and a large variety of trees and shrubs nestle this hill station.

Romantic charm and majestic presence of the Himalayas have always drawn people of diverse nature, taste, culture and interest for a rich and rewarding experience. Dalhousie’s landscape complete with snowy peaks, thickly wooded mountains, exotic and wide spectrum of flora and fauna, glittering lively streams and azure sky offers wending vistas of vision to its visitors.
 

 

This spectacular hill station offers various easily accessible locations which provide ideal getaways for travellers. The majestic Dhauladhar range, the snow-clad Pir Panjal range and Lush Green Bathri Valley are amongst the many beautiful sights  visitors can feast upon. The five hills which Dalhousie compromises are at heights ranging between 5000ft and 7800ft. All this makes Dalhousie a dream of a place for peace and thrill seekers.

Visitors can enjoy level walks in the lush and colourful valleys or enjoy treks amidst the dense forests offering enchanting views of the snow covered mountains and the lush green valleys and rivers below. Picnics are also a favourite amongst the visitors in the summer months.


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Panjpulla Road, Dalhousie 176304
Himachal Pradesh, INDIA
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