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Dainkund Peak

Chamba District, Dalhousie 176304, India
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Heaven on earth

It is such an amazing place. The whole trek is just breathtaking. Looks like a place straight out... read more

Reviewed today
Pankaj T
Worth Visiting

Highest point in Dalhousie. Also an Airforce base. Around 2 kms trecking which might seem difficult... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Gaurav S
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Chamba District, Dalhousie 176304, India
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Reviewed today

It is such an amazing place. The whole trek is just breathtaking. Looks like a place straight out of a fairy-tale.

Thank Pankaj T
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Highest point in Dalhousie. Also an Airforce base. Around 2 kms trecking which might seem difficult at first but is fun once you get going. You would find snow if you visit before March. We found few patches at the end of March. View is...More

2  Thank Gaurav S
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice view from up but you have to climb a lot of stairs, Going up to the last temple is optional . We just went Halfway and enjoyed yhe climate and View. childrens may not enjoy

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its a small trek to pohrani devi temple. I climb with my parents (Both above 50). At first this 1.5 km trek looks huge. But after major climb of half km, its easy. This trek provides spectacular views of himalayas. Must do for everyone during...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is a short steep trek to the top of the Dainkund peak. The view from top is really nice. It is worth trying to be at the top. At least part of the total length also may be tried to get some glimpse of...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Hi friends, We have visited this place in March 2018 during our visit to Dalhousie. One can trek up to Dinkund peak from here. A small distance trek of 1 to 1.5 km with mountain views all around up to the temple was a refreshing...More

Thank swati b
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's a short distance from Dalhousie.. the main stoppage is at lakkad Mandi from where two roads emerge one for Khajjiar and other for Dainkund. Lakkad Mandi is about 9 km from Dalhousie by road..Dainkund is another 5 k m by road to the last...More

Thank Charn S
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

While reached Dalhousie, asked our Hotel Manager where to go for siteseeing and also told him that we intend to pass oneday at Dalhousie Local and we would be left with one clear day for siteseeing nearby before moving to Mcleodganj. He kindly suggested to...More

Thank Gautam B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We walked up to the peak - its a lovely walk with fabulous views on both sides. And with a couple of very useful Tea+Maggi breaks. The initial 200 meters starting from the car park seem a little demanding, but then further on, the surface...More

Thank PoojaSehgal
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The view from the top is nice, you can see the snow peaked mountains. Coming down is fairly easy (obviously :)) it's worth it for the views.

Thank Nivedita G
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supriyo g
10 April 2018|
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Response from Navanil | Reviewed this property |
Yes of course.... As there is not much to see in Khajjiar....u shud make an early 9 am start for Dainkund peak....spend about 4 hrs there...and then go to Khajjiar and spend about 2-3 hrs in the picturesque valley
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agrharsh
17 March 2018|
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Response from LakshayKalra | Reviewed this property |
hi....we had visited last year in june...the road uptill there is a smooth road...the cab took us there...but i believe its not suggested to elderly as once you reach there...one has to walk for approx 2 kms...which might... More
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pgmnadagouda
4 March 2018|
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Response from Priyajit G | Reviewed this property |
places in Macleodganj- Bhagsu nag temple,waterfall, Naddi view pt, Dal lake, dalai lama complex ...there is nothing much to see within Dalhousie city...In Dalhousie u can visit Pancpula, Gandhi market ...from Dalhousie u can... More
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