Places to Visit in Dalhousie

Satdhara and PunjPulla (3 Km)

Water of Satdhara (7 streams) is said to have medicinal properties and hence helps cure several diseases.

1 km beyond is Punj Pulla, where 5 wooden bridges existed earlier and now stands a tall monument in the memory of Sardar Ajit singh (uncle of sardar Bhagat Singh) who died here of a heart attack.

Subhash Baoli

Subhash Chandra Bose is believed to have lived and meditated here for several months.



A rare combination of three ecosystems, all in one place, Khajjiar has an expansive meadow surrounded by deodar forests and with a tiny lake in the centre.

Nestled in the lap of Himalayas, Khajjiar was originally developed by the British as a golf-course. Today it’s a favourite picnic spot for travellers on their way to or from Chamba.

Khajjiar is also famous for its 12th century golden-domed temple dedicated to Khajinag, the local goddess.


St. John’s Church

In the heart of Dalhousie on Gandhi Chowk, around two kilometres from the main bus stand, stands Dalhousie’s oldest church.

The church was built by St. John, in 1863, who motivated the Christians to build a permanent church in place of the then wooden structure.

Though the church is a Replica of Roman Catholics Church in England, it was built by the Protestant Christians. The church displays some fine stonework and a 19th century stained glass painting of Jesus fringed by St. John and St. Peter.


St. Francis’s Church

Situated at Subhash Chowk St. Francis’s church is another functional church of Dalhousie. St. Francis’s Church was built in 1894 and the only piece of tourist attraction in this church is its intricate wooden ceiling.


St. Andrew’s Church

St. Andrew’s Church is located at Balun, about one-and-a-half kilometres from Dalhousie’s bus stand. Given that it was built in 1903 by Protestant Christians, St. Andrew’s church is in good condition. The church is popularly known as Church of Scotland.


St. Patrick’s Church

St. Patrick’s Church is located around 2 Km from the main bus stand on Military Hospital road in Balun. Built in 1909, St. Patrick’s church is the largest church in Dalhousie and has a seating capacity of 300 persons in its main hall.



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