The Dhauladhar Range trek is a standout amongst the most outwardly compensating treks. This pinnacle is obvious all through the higher height treks in Kangra. Dhauladhar Mountain Range starts from close Dalhousie at the northwest end of Himachal Pradesh and go through the state to the region of the bank of the Beas River in the Kulu locale of Himachal Pradesh. This specific trek is toward the north of Kangra and spreads the southern external scope of Himalayas. Once more, obviously, this trek is one worth the view from the best.
They are particular in their run of the mill dull stone rough arrangements with a strikingly soak rise coming full circle in sharp dashes of snow and ice at the highest point of their peaked pinnacles. This unmistakable profile is best observed from the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh from where they appear to shoot up vertically.