"Satdhara in Dalhousie is an offbeat tourist spot amidst enthralling scenery and a refreshing stream of rivulets. Stationed on the way to Panch Pulla, it is a spectacular tourist destination in Dalhousie with lush green surrounding and pleasing climatic conditions. \nSituated at an average height of 2040 meter, this spot has acquired its name from seven gorgeous springs. These brooks are said to have immense curative powers since these streams contain mica, which has therapeutic properties helpful in curing several ailments. Set off to Satdhara for enjoying marvelous scenery and the gushing streams of water.\nTourists can hire taxi to reach Satdhara Falls and it's best to visit during mid-May to mid-October. Panch Pulla is a nearby attraction that can be visited."
"Criss cross roads intertwined in the shape of the number eight, a leisurely walk through the Thandi Sadak is soothing. This is the most alluring spot in Dalhousie that offers a pleasing ambiance for a walk. \nA fast emerging tourist destination, Thandi Sadak offers a panoramic view of the nearby Pangi mount and the surrounding valleys. The lanes are lined up with Pine, Deodar and Oak trees, which restricts sunlight hence giving the place its name. Thandi Sadak defines the calm and scenic beauty of Dalhousie where one can enjoy the warmth of nature."
Kalatope Wildlife Sanctuary