Dalhousie is a hill station in Himachal Pradesh, established in 1854 by the British Empire in India as a summerretreat. It is famed for its splendid beauty and salubrious climate. Dahousie is a hill station resort town in the Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh its is built on and around five hills, kathalagh. Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora located on the Western edge of the Dauladhar mountain range of the Himlayas, It is Surrouned by snow Capped Peaks.
Place of Worship
- Lakshmi Narayan Temple
- St. Andrew’s Cathedral
- Subash Baoli
- Chamunda Devi Temple
Places of Interest
- Khajjiar Lake
- Nowood Paramdham
- Rang Mahal
- Subash Baoli
- Dainkund Peak
- April – June :- The temperature in summers always remains below 30 degree Celsius. The temperature in the beginning of summer is cold for the rest of the summers, the weather in Dalhousie remains extremely pleasant.
- July – September :- Dalhousie does not receive a high amount of rain in the monsoon. The weather in Monsoons does not rise above 25 degree Celsius.
- October-February :- The winters is begins with the month of October, although, it begin to snow only in the month of December. The temperature in winter ranges from 1 to10 degree Celsius.
- By Air :- The nearest airport is at Gaggal (kangra) which is 180 Km from Chamba and 140 Km from Dalhousie. Other two airports are Amritsar airport which is 192 Km and Jammu Airport which is 190 Km.
- By Train :- The railway station at Pathankot is at a distance of 80 Km and is the nearest station to Dalhousie. Chamba is 122 Km from Pathankot and the nearest broad gauge which is linked by direct trains to Amritsar, Chandigarh, and New Delhi.
- By Road :- Dalhousie is well connected with the major cities of Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and a number of buses run from the city to Dalhousie on a Daily basis. You can board Deluxe, A/C Buses and non A/C Buses to Dalhousie.