Still that un-spoilt town with pine trees-clad valleys and distant mountain views, Dalhousie is another of those cool hill retreats left behind by the British. Today’s Dalhousie is still quite a quiet town and holds immense natural beauty where the thick woods are framed by magnificent snow peaks. There’s not a lot to do here other than stroll around appreciating the crisp air and hilly views. But this attractive little hill town has marvelous forest trails, some excellent walks and picnic spots with splendid vistas.And also has that adore that old world charm clearly visible in the bungalows and beautiful churches of the town influenced by charming Victorian style architecture. One can also visit the British-era churches of St John and St Francis set among the pines at opposite ends of the ridge.