Approximately 4/5 hour walk. A moderate trekking route starting from Barapatthar to Panjpulla waterfall. This trek flags off from Twelve Rocks (Barapatthar) and ends at the foothill of the Gangi Phari (Bald mountain) through the off track often used by the villager to come down. The trek is around 7-8 K.M on a terrain that is usually not rough or un-conventional. The view from the mountain top is simply breathtaking. With the entire valley stretched in front of you & plenty of open space to roam around you will feel as if you have grown wings and can fly. And that not all after the sun sets down a dark night under the cosmos will present a offer an once in a lifetime opportunity to lay down and wondered what lies beyond
So if are looking for a hike for one full day and want to skip all the touristy places and want to spend quality time walking in the nature, this is the perfect Day Hike
Place you will see
“Bald Mountain” or “Gangi Pahari” is the most spectacular place in the whole Dalhousie. The mountain offers an paranoiac view of the whole of Dalhousie as well of the grate plain of Punjab. This places offers the most scenic sun-set with the slivering into the Ranjit Sagar lake
Chattara Village is located almost in the midst of Barapatthar and Panjpulla, this beautiful himalayan provides you with the beauty of Kainthli Dhar full of deoder and kail trees. Touching a height of almost 8000ft it snows heavily in the winter and has a pleasant season in the winter.
Panjpulla, waterfall is dedicated to Sardar Ajit Singh and has a small body of water where once can also enjoy boating. There are several Tea & Pakora shops at Panjpulla.
9.00 AM to 10.00 AM : Meet our Guide at Gandhi Chownk (GPO) and proceed towards Barrapatthar. (Transportation from GPO to Barapatthar by Cab)
10.00 AM to 4.00 PM : Trek from Barapattahr to Panjpulla, with packed lunch (7 KM)
4.00 PM to 5.30 PM : Pick-up from Panjpulla and drop at Dalhousie. (Transportation from Panjpulla to Dalhousie by Cab)