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Dainkund Peak, Dalhousie
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Looming over Dalhousie, Dainkund Peak offers 360 degree views of the surrounding valley and mountains. Nature lovers and photographers alike will revel in the scenic beauty here, and spiritual visitors may be interested in visiting Pholani Devi temple nearby. Be aware that there is no cable car to the peak, but you can trek with relative ease in all seasons. Take plenty of water and snacks, as the trail does not offer amenities along the way. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Dainkund Peak and many more Dalhousie attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Dalhousie trip generator.
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  • The best soft trek...makes you reach at a view parallel to pir panjal....the trek path is neat and clean and is a must visit place 
  • It is a good hiking spot for exploring himalayas and mountain. Only go to this if you can walk comfortably and can climb easily. It does offer magnificent view of Dhauladhar ranges. 
  • Its little far from where we had stayed i.e. Grand View Hotel, but worth going there... its a beautiful peak with excellent views