Spread over the five hills of Kathlog, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora, Dalhousie is a popular hill station. Founded by Lord Dalhousie in 1850 as a summer retreat, the town preserves rich colonial architecture, especially so in its beautiful churches. A veneer of Tibetan culture has added a touch of the exotic to the hill station. The town's cool climate attracts a lot of summer visitors. Marvelous forest trails overlook vistas of wooded hills, waterfalls, springs and rivulets. In the distance, River Ravi meandering its course adds to the panorama. Mighty Dhauladhar ranges with snow-capped peaks complete the horizon. 

Website: https://himachaltourism.gov.in/types/popular/