Dalhousie: Dalhousie is located in the outer slopes of hill Dhauladhar range is another important hill resort in the district Chamba . A number of picturesque walks run through the oak, pine and deodar forests around the town and offer excellent views of the Chenab, the Ravi and the Beas valleys. It is thickly wooded with stately pines and oaks and has lovely picnic spot all around. Dalhousie is the gateway to Chamba. Originally conceived as a sanitarium by its founder Lord Dalhousie, it is today one of the most quiet hill stations. Extending over an area of 13 sq. km., Dalhousie comprises five distinct hills, Balun, Kathlog, Petreyn, Tehra and Bakrota with heights ranging between 1,525 and 2,378 meters. Dalhousie is also known for its Church buildings and other landmarks erected by the British. The town has old Churches like St. John's Church ( made in 1903 A.D. ), and St. Patrick's Church and others

Dalhousie: Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Established in 1854 by the British Empire in India as a summer retreat for its troops and bureaucrats, the town was named after Lord Dalhousie who was the British Viceroy in India at that time( 1909 A.D.) Ajit Singh Memorial 4 km. from G.P.O and the Mall Dalhousie. Sardar Ajit Singh, a great freedom fighter, breathed his last on the day India gained independence, 15th August, 1947. His 'Samadhi' is located at Dalhousie's Panjphulla, a picturesque spot with a natural tank and water flowing under small bridges from which the place takes its name. At Panjphulla, there is a 'Samarak' in the memory of Sardar Ajit Singh. On the way to Panjphulla is Satdhara springs gurgling with refreshing water, believed to contain some medicinal properties. Panjphulla stream is the main source of water supply to Dalhousie and Balloon Cantonment

Hotel Grace Mount Dalhousie

Dalhousie: Dalhousie is situated in district Chamba which is situated in the western Himalayas between north latitudes 3210' and 3313' and east longitudes 7545' and 7733'. Dalhousie is a sleepy little place along the Dhauladhar Range in Himachal Pradesh, at an altitude that varies between 5,000 feet and 7,800 feet.

Climate in Dalhousie Summer is fairly pleasant, with temperature ranging from 12 C to 25 C. Winters are cold and sometimes extremely cold. In winter, temperature remains between as low as 2 C to 10 C.

DALHOUSIE HOTELS

 
The Mall Dalhousie

Subhash Chownk Dalhousie

Garam Sadak at Dalhousie

 

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