Travel Destination Dalhousie and Khajjiar

About Dalhousie and Khajjiar

Gifted with some of the most wonderful land portraitures, Dalhousie and Khajjiar is traveler’s dean – long row for snow clad mountains, narrow deep gorges, breath taking green lands, picturesque mountain lakes beautiful land mark architectural marvels. May be you are coming for a relaxing times, adventure activities, sightseeing; this part of Himachal has everything to take your breath away.

Divided by the high mountain walls, the Chamba Valley is a picturesque valley. The place was pitched by Lord Dalhousie, in the middle of 19th century. The enchanting little hill spot overlooking the hills has now became a prime center of attraction named after Lord Dalhousie.
Surrounded by dens Deodar and Pine, Dalhousie is a marvelous hill trail splendid over the Chamba Valley. The town of Chamba has still maintained its un-spoilt heritage left behind.

Around Dalhousie

Subhash Baoli: 2,085 m away from GPO square is the Subhash Baoli offering a picturesque view of the snow covered mountains.
Satdhara: 2,036 m away from the main town Satdhara is a water spring popular for its notable medicinal properties.
Panjpulla: Just beyond Sathara 2 Km away is Panjpulla a small pretty spot where the water flows beneath five little bridges.
Bakrota Hills: The Bakrota Hill is a popular circuit walking route that offers a spectacular view the mountains.
Kalatope: Kalatope is a small ideal place with forest rest houses, a place ideal for weekend retreat.
Dhainkund: Dhainkund is the highest peak that offers a three sixty view of Beas, Chenab and Ravi rivers.
Khajjiar: Located at a height of 1,851 m Khajjiar is popularly known as the Mini Switzerland of India. Khajjiar is saucer shaped meadow surrounded by thick dense forest. Here at one end you will find a small lake and on the other end a rest house apart from this there is a small little temple and a golf course.

Getting There & Away

Dalhousie is very well connected through Roadways, Railways and Airways.