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16-point Dalhousie (2018)
A small city very close to Dalhousie, also known as "Mini-Switzerland" or "Switzerland of India". It' located 2 km from Dalhousie and you can walk the route and enjoy the landscape. The Satdhara Falls are one of Dalhousie's most visited Sights.
Situated at an elevation of 2036 meters above the surface, the place derives its name from the seven wonderful sources, to which several therapeutical qualities are attributed. Leopards, bears, stags, langurs, jackals, Himalayan black martens, barking gorals and innumerable lovely bird species can be seen here. Ravi and Saal are used for crossings under the watchful eye of qualified coaches, while in Chamba too, stream rowing is a fast becoming a favourite, usually also on the Ravi and Saal rivers.
It is the highest summit in the area, which watches over the wonderful Dalhousie area. It is the highest area in Dalhousie and is surrounded by a street named Bakrotaalk, which goes to Khajjar. It is the oldest of the churches in the city and has not only worship but also historic importance.
It is an important centre of religion in the city and is devoted to the goddess Kali. Situated just a short distance from Dalhousie, this mediaeval city is surrounded by breathtaking rolling countryside and a streaming, unspoilt stream and has a seductive appeal to mystic monasteries and indigenous people.
In Dalhousie hiking is an important sport, with innumerable possibilities, with breathtaking landscapes and outlooks. The adventurous activities are well-liked and take place in various places in Dalhousie, especially in Khajjjiar. The picturesque Ganji Pahari is situated 5 km from Dalhousie.
The Sach Passport links Dalhousie with the Chamba and Pangi valleys in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. This is a massif that stretches over the Pir Panjal chain at a 150 km from Dalhousie and is one of the most challenging in northern India.