Jhamwar (10 Km)
Located amidst dense forests, Jhamwar is known for its apple orchards.
Sarol (11 Km)
An interesting place for an excursion, it attracts visitors for its lovely landscaped gardens.
Sahoo (12 Km)
Situated on the banks of the river Sal, it is famous for the temple of Lord Shiva .
Katasan Devi Temple (20 Km)
A popular place of pilgrimage, the temple has a commanding view of the Chamba valley.
Chhatrari (40 Km)
The temple of Shakti Devi dating back to the 8th century, is rich in archaeological wealth.
Salooni (56 km)
A place of immense beauty, it offers breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountain ranges and valleys.
Bharmaur (69 Km)
The original capital of the state of Chamba, Bharmaur still retains its ancient temples and monuments, its erstwhile glory. It is renowned for its cluster of temples – collectively known as the ‘Chaurasi’.
Mani Mahesh (97 Km)
35 Km. from Bharmaur, the Lake of Manimahesh, located an altitude of 3, 950 metres near the base of the Mani Mahesh Kailash, is the highest of the sacred lakes in Chamba district.
Mundal (125 Km)
It attracts devotees for its Devi temple in the Pangi region.