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Dalhousie


Overview

The city of Dalhousie was established in the year 1854 in the state of Himachal Pradesh during the British rule in India. It is a beautiful hill station and is the gateway to the Chamba Hill State. The city is situated along the western side of the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas and is built on and around five hills - Kathlog, Portreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun, which covers an area of about 13 sq. km. Situated in the western Himalayas, Dalhousie is at a distance of about 563 km from Delhi, 300 km from Chandigarh, 191 km from Amritsar and 56 km from Chamba.

Dalhousie is the gateway of the Chamba Valley, is called the "gem of hills" and was named after Lord Dalhousie. The town was the summer headquarters of the 'Sahibs' during the days of the 'Raj'.


This charming little town has the potential of being a round-the-year tourist destination even when covered with white layers of snow during winter. Sprawling over five little wooded hill of pine and oak, it is a perfect place for holidaying amidst picturesque surroundings, wooded slopes, thick forests, and conifers - an oasis of beauty and solitude.

St. Andrew's and St. Patrick's at Balun, the St. Francis' Church at Subash Chowk, and St. John's Church at Gandhi Chowk are some of the most frequented churches. The exquisite architectural beauty of the summer palace of the Chamba Rulers at Jandrighat is also popular. Panchpula and Subhash Baoli of Dalhousie are known for the monuments of the famous freedom fighters like Ajit Singh and Subhash Chandra Bose.

There are several places within and around Dalhousie that are good picnic spots. Dainkund, Khajjiar, Chamba, Palampur, Baijnath, Bir, Billing, Triund, Dharamsala, etc. are some of the prominent places that attract tourists.

 

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The city of Dalhousie was established in the year 1854 in the state of Himachal Pradesh during the British rule in India. It is a beautiful hill station and is the gateway to the Chamba Hill State. The city is situated along the western side of the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas and is built on and around five hills - Kathlog, Portreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun, which covers an area of about 13 sq. km.

Hotels near Dalhousie

Alps Holiday Resort

Alps Holiday Resort is located at Dalhousie (Himachal Pradesh, India), amidst peace and tranquility. Surrounded by pine trees, the resort has a spectacular view of the valley, Sprawling lawns, breathtaking views.


Best Price: Rs.1680 per day

Lall Ji Tourist Resort

Lall Ji Tourist Resort (Himachal Pradesh, India) is located in the serene surroundings of Dalhousie.Dalhousie is located at outskirts of Jammu & Kashmir and Punjab at 80 kms from Pathankot. Dalhousie is among the most accessible hill stations in Himachal Pradesh.


Best Price: Rs.2000 per day

Grand View

Hotel Grand View is a British era heritage Hotel located at the Bus Stand in Dalhousie (Himachal Pradesh - INDIA) and offers the best view of the Pir Panjal Range of snow clad mountains all through the year.


Best Price: Rs.2800 per day


  
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