"HILL RESORT TOWN"
Dalhousie is a hill station and a popular summer resort, offering relief from the heat of the plain to the south. Popular sites in the Dalhousie area include the Sat Dhara (“Seven Streams”), which are rich in mica and flow beneath Panjpula (“Five Bridges”), a memorial to revolutionary Bhagat Singh; Subhash Baoli, a natural spring; and Dainkund Peak, also known as Singing Hill, so called because of the sound of the wind blowing through the trees there. The cantonment of Balun is just to the north. Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary lies about 6 miles (10 km) from the town.
Dalhousie is spread over an area of 14 sq km of area and it includes five hills, namely Balun, Bakrota, Tehra, Patreyn and Kathlog. The fragrant pines, oaks, rhododendron and oaks along with several other types of tress cover the slops of the mountains. This scenic hill station is framed by the river Ravi flowing at the base of the town. Dalhousie is a popular destination for honeymooners. Dalhousie also offers you the spectacular view of the majestic snow-capped Pir Panjal mountain range located in Jammu and Kashmir, Sach Pass and Chamba’s Pangi Valley. This enchanting hill station has several tourist spots like Lohali village, Kalatop, Dainkund peak, Bakrota hills and Tibetan market. The beautiful valley of Khajiar is also quite popular among the visitors. Tourists also like visiting the region near Alla. The region offers a spectacular view of the beautiful landscape.