Dalhousie is a hill station in the Chamba district, in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on five hills and has an elevation of 1,970 m (6,460 ft.) above sea level near the Dhauladhar mountain range in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.

Dalhousie is famous for being home to the pristine and serene Dhauladhar Mountain Range. It is also famous for its Victorian architecture, colonial charm, picturesque landscapes, and adventurous activities. The hill station of Dalhousie is famous for being home to the pristine and serene Dhauladhar Mountain Range.

Dalhousie offers an old-world charm, mesmerizing natural landscapes, pine-clad valleys, waterfalls, and magnificent misty mountains. Dalhousie is also known for woolen Himachali shawls, Tibetan handicrafts, Chamba handkerchiefs, and other paraphernalia.

Popularly known as the Switzerland of India, Dalhousie enchants you with its beautiful scenic views, picturesque snow-capped mountains, Victorian-style majestic British mansions, and mesmerizing natural beauty. It is also known for its pleasant climate and scenic beauty.

Boasting views of the snow-capped peaks of the Dhauladhar ranges, Dalhousie is famous for its meadows, dense jungles, and waterfalls.  This hill station was one of the favorite summer destinations of the Britishers during the colonial era.