Panchpula in Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh is a serene site blessed with deodars and pines. The gushing sounds of waterfalls and streams add on to create a perfect captivating arena for every visitor.
One can either amuse with the shades of nature by traveling on foot a distance of 4 kilometers from the main town of Dalhousie to Panchpula or otherwise trecks are available.
Panchpula,in regional dialect, denotes five bridges. As the name hints, it is most famous for the waterfall and the streams. They originate from DainKund and offering a pure taste of freshwater the places around it.The herbs in the area are deeply immersed in the streams and add it’s restorative properties to the water in turn.Hence, the streams in Panchpula are very famous for their medicinal value.
The climate and temperature of Panchpula make it accessible throughout the year. It does not matter whether it is summer or monsoon. However, in monsoon, the streams will be flowing in full fledge adding more to the vegetation.
There is a memorial dedicated to the great patriot Ajit Singh, the uncle of Bhagat Singh. Satdhara spring is another major attraction which falls on the way to panchpula. Along with the local tea shops there is a restaurant run by the tourism department. In short, Panchpula is an all in one pack tourist site available for the visitor with local tea and snacks, trekking and photography.