Adventure Sports in Dalhousie

Trekking and camping are the two prominent adventure sports in Dalhousie. The trek routes of Dalhousie provide a thrilling experience for the travelers inclined towards adventure tourism. Adventure tourism in Dalhousie reveals the harmony of the picturesque beauty and the harshness of nature in the territory.

An estimate of the trekking routes in Dalhousie is given below:

  • Bharmour to Manali via Kugti pass
  • Bharmour to Mani-Mahesh
  • Mcleod Ganj from Chamba via Minkiani pass
  • Chamba to Udaipur via Chobia pass
  • Mcleod Ganj from Brahmaur via Laka pass
These trekking routes in Dalhousie show a wide variation. Trekking in some of the treks is a delightful experience whereas trekking in other routes involves a lot of risk. Trekking through the Sach and Cheni Passes can be adventurous, as this route is one of the dangerous routes leading to the Pangi Valley. This route remains snow-clad in winter; as a result the Cheni and the Sach Passes can be crossed only in the summer months. However, trekking in these passes in the summer months also involves a lot of preparations. On the other hand the trekking routes viz. Lahaul and Kishwar are comparatively easier.

Besides trekking, another adventure sports in Dalhousie is camping. Camping in Dalhousie is one of the most popular adventure sport activities in Dalhousie. The Khajjiar Lake of Himachal Pradesh, situated about 22 kilometers from Dalhousie, is the perfect spot for camping at Dalhousie. At the Khajjiar Lake, the tourists can enjoy the panoramic view of the nature.

Last Updated on 9/13/2011