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Lovely views of Dhauladhar and Pir Pangal ranges are the highest attractions of the Dalhousie winter trek. Trekking through pine and deodar forests is simply an experience to urge once during a lifetime. Himtrek explores some untouched places in Dalhousie where you’ll find happiness and peace from the hustle bustle of the town . Khajjar also named as Mini-Switzerland is that the place you can’t afford to miss during this Trek. The sights of this place are indeed extremely ordinary and made the trek more worthy.
Himachal Pradesh Land of “Snowcapped” & “Unmoving” thus, describing the “Snowladen Mountains province”) is a state in the northern part of India. Situated in the Western Himalayas, it is one of the eleven mountain states and is characterized by an extreme landscape featuring several peaks and extensive river systems. Himachal Pradesh shares borders with the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the north, and the states of Punjab to the west, Haryana to the southwest, and Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh to the south. The state shares an international border to the east with the Tibet Autonomous Region in China. Himachal Pradesh is also known as ‘Dev Bhoomi’ or ‘Land of Gods and Goddess.
Upon reaching, there's one thing you want to do- Relax! today , you'd roam around on your own. Explore the markets- Subhash Chowk and Gandhi Chowk. Around Subhash Chowk, one realizes how this hill station is made on and round the five hills.
Thick forests of pine and deodar covered Capitol Hill slopes with the trunks of the trees easily a couple of feet wide. Visit the St. Francis Church at Subhash Chowk. One will love the architectural great thing about the church. It’s a really old church built by the Englishmen within the early 19th century.
Walk till Gandhi chowk which is around 2 Km. Embrace each & every moment of the walk because it is filled with ecstatic natural beauty. Later, around Subhash Chowk, you'll get the flavour of taste -buds teasing food. If you don’t want to regret anything about your stay, then don’t miss the tea of ‘yellow scooter.’
Come back to the homestay and luxuriate in the heat of the house.
Trek from Dalhousie to Ganji Pahadhi.
Today, after breakfast, you'll head towards Panchpula, one among the foremost popular places within the town. Panchpula means ‘five bridges’. the foremost popular thing about this place is that the rippling streams and therefore the gorgeous atmosphere. Later, you'll start with a scenic route i.e. from Panchpula to Ganji Pahadi. Ganji Pahadi is situated in Bakrota hills and may be a spectacular hike of around 5 kilometers.
A panoramic picnic spot, the place offers mesmerizing views of the encompassing snow-capped hills and valleys. Ganji Pahari are often visited altogether seasons. Enjoy the bucolic lifetime of villagers by spending some time in mud houses for a touch and have an authentic Himachal- flavored infused lunch on the quintessential chullah.
Later roam round the areas around Ganji Pahadhi. Enjoy the sky filled with stars in the dark at the mudhouse in Ganji Pahadhi. an ideal setup to experience the Himachali winters.
Trek from Ganji Pahadhi- Dainkund. Stay within the cottage in Dalhousie
After experiencing the gorgeous morning, get ready, and have breakfast. Then you'll start your trek down for Dainkund. A car will pick you up then you'll drive towards Dainkund Peak. Located near an air-force base, this peak gives you spectacular views of the Himalayas. there's a temple located here which allegedly keeps away spirits from the height . to succeed in the Dainkund peak, you would like to trek a touch .
However, the trek isn't that difficult. A stroll within the woods will assist you reach the height . it's heavenly during the winters and one can indulge themselves in adventurous activities. Gradually, we'll start our drive towards Dalhousie. Enjoy the wintry evenings of Dalhousie. Soak within the calmness and luxuriate in freshly cooked dinner. Stay within the homestay for the night.
After breakfast, it'll be time to bid adieu.