5 awesome places you must not miss in Dalhousie!

Dalhousie is one of the most popular hill stations in Himachal Pradesh. It is known for its natural beauty and pleasant climate. It was one of the favorite places of the British during British Raj. This hill station flaunts a large number of Victorian style mansions. Established in 1854, it is built on and around five hills, Kathalagh, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora. Summer is a good time to fly off to Dalhousie. If you are headed off to this cool hill station, here are 5 places that you must certainly visit!

  1. Daikund: The walk at Daikund will surely be a walk to remember for lifetime. On reaching the highest point, one can enjoy a spectacular view of Kailash Parbat of Dhauladhar ranges.
  2. Upper Bakrota: Upper Bakrota is the highest area in Dalhousie. The houses here are an architectural marvel and you will be left gaping at them awestruck!
  3. Panch Pula: Panch Pula means five bridges. It is known for its gushing streams. Trekking from Panchpula to Daikund which passes through scenic locales is an amazing experience.
  4. Subhash Baoli: Subhash Baoli is a perennial spring named after the famous freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose. He is said to have recovered from tuberculosis by the medicated water of this spring.
  5. Tibetan Market: At the Tibetan market, one can buy a lot of artifacts, electronics and toys. It’s worth a visit as some of the things you can purchase here are absolutely unique.

here’s something you need to know

Temperatures in the hills of Himachal Pradesh rose but more rain and snow is in store during the next two days, a weather official said here on 14th of March (yesterday). “There are chances of heavy rainfall and thundershowers accompanied with hailstorm at some places in the mid hills on 15th of March,” reported an official at the meteorological office.

There is also possibility of light to moderate snowfall in the high hills, he said. The western disturbances storm systems originating from Caspian Sea and moving across the Afghanistan-Pakistan region would remain active in the region till 16th of March.

Keylong in Lahaul and Spiti district was the coldest place in the state with a low of minus 5.9 degrees Celsius. Shimla is recorded a minimum temperature of 7.8 degrees, while it was minus 4 degrees in Kalpa in Kinnaur district, 2.6 degrees in Manali, 6.4 degrees in Dalhousie and 10.2 degrees in Dharamsala.