One of Himachal Pradesh’s most well-known hill towns is Dalhousie. It gently traverses Kathlog, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota, and Bhangra, five mountains. Many features of the city, which Lord Dalhousie founded in 1850, serve as reminders of its former colonial status. However, one of the numerous things to do here to pass the time is sightseeing.
Visitors to Dalhousie do so to spend time with nature, and nature never leaves their side. No matter where in the town you are, you are always greeted by the vista of the Dhauladhar Range’s snow-capped peaks.
In one view, the mountains in the distance are encircled by clouds, while in another, the sun’s rays highlight the landscape’s lush vegetation. This contrast uplifts your spirits and makes you feel happier. The scenery in Dalhousie is ideal for sightseeing, therefore this is what most visitors do when they visit.
The two waterfalls, Panjpula and Satdhara, are two examples of this sightseeing. The Panjula Waterfall is created by the confluence of many mountain streams, the waters of which are thought to have therapeutic characteristics. It is so-called in honor of the five bridges that span the streams. Families frequently go there for picnics or just to take in the scenery.