Benches are placed along the way to the top, so climbers can rest a while and soak in the beauty around them. After the ascent, a board displays the distance to reach the temple as 900 meters. From here, the path is very straight and not much of a climb. Some of our group members were tired so we did not go till the temple, but the climb till this spot provided us some amazing views that we cannot forget for a lifetime!!!
Panchpula waterfalls are situated around 3 km from Subhash Chowk, Dalhousie. It is a beautiful waterfalls admist lush pine and deodar trees. Due to abundance of natural beauty, this place had a very calming effect. The water from this falls was so cold we could not stand in it bare feet for more than 20 seconds. It was very refreshing to dip our feet in the water after Dainkund trek.
There are many restaurants at this place giving a wonderful view of the waterfalls. We stopped at a restaurant that had their tables in the water. It was very welcoming but at the same time very painful to keep feet in the water!!!!! So we chose tables next to the waterfall and enjoyed hot momos, maggi and tea!!!
This place also has mini version of adventure sports like zip lining, ropeway bridge, etc. Frankly, I did not feel anybody should be spending money on these here. There were many shops selling winterwear, but the shopkeepers were extremelly rude and ill behaved.
Other attractions in Dalhousie
We had just one day in Dalhousie so we could cover only this much but Dalhousie has some more attractions which should not be missed like Chamera lake and Kalatop.
We returned back to our hotel from Panchpula and rested for a while. Our plan was to spend the evening playing Uno cards after dinner..
Dinner at Mirchi Dhaba, Banikhet
Our hotel manager suggested Mirchi Dhaba for dinner and it turned out to be pretty amazing. We loved everything that we ordered at this restaurant . The service was quick and the place was pocket friendly as well. ( We regretted having our previous day dinner at Subhash Chowk !!!!!!)
Stay tuned to know more about our adventures at Dharamsala.
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Blogs linked to this one:
Punjab & Himachal Pradesh: The Beginning
Day 1: Amazing Amritsar
Day 2: Golden Temple & Dalhousie
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