Parks and Gardens in Dalhousie

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  • Daikund Peak

    Daikund Peak

    10 kilometres away from Dalhoussie, nestled at a height of 2755 meters is the Daikund Peak. While you admire the mountain beauty, capture the panoramic view of Dalhousie for it is the highest mountain here. You can trek up till here and let the cool breeze sweeping through the trees ...

  • Ganji Pahari

    Ganji Pahari

    Going by the literal meaning of the word, ‘Ganji Pahari’, the place is actually a bald hill with absolutely no vegetation, no trees around. Located approximately 5 kilometres from the town, there’s a bald patch on the top of the hill. Though this spot can be visited any time of ...

  • Garam Sadak

    Garam Sadak

    As the name suggests, this road always boasts of pleasant and warm temperature except on a few sunny days when it can get too hot during daytime as this place receives direct sunlight. Bordered by trees, this road joins two of the most popular chowks in Dalhousie- Gandhi and Subhash ...

  • Jandhri Ghat

    Jandhri Ghat

    Surrounded by deodar and pine trees, Jandhri Ghat is just 2 kilometres away from Dalhousie and is one of the most popular places for a day picnic with your family. With gurgling streams amidst the mountains, stay close to nature when you are here. Also, do visit the European palace ...

  • Moti Tibba

    Moti Tibba

    Acquired by the government from Chamba’s King in 1853, this place is often visited by tourists in large numbers to admire the scenic beauty of the hill station and the pleasant weather. Surrounded by rhododendron, fir, pine and oak trees; this paradise is ideal for a quick stroll and is ...