Timings : 24 hours
Time Required : Less than 1 hour
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Bahadurpur Fort was once a majestic fort located in the district of Bilaspur. What remains today are the ruins which are unidentifiable, but the location is still known as Bahadurpur Fort. The fort was perched on the Bahadurpur Hill at the height of 6200 feet near a village named Tepra which is at a distance of 40 kilometres from the town of Bilaspur. The site is often visited by tourists exploring Bilaspur because of its picturesque beauty. Since the fort no longer exists, the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department has proposed building a guest house and develop the area with the intention of promoting tourism in Himachal Pradesh. The plan will include several facilities, adventure and recreational activities.
The hill it is located on - Bahadurpur Hill was named so after the fort was erected by King Keshab Chand in 1620 AD. The surroundings include dense natural vegetation including Ban and Deodar trees. The rest house is located amidst the natural landscape, and that makes Bahadurpur Fort a perfect attraction those who wish to escape the stressful city lifestyle. Due to its proximity to the town, it is often also considered a beautiful picnic destination. The region also receives snowfall occasionally during winters during which the hilltop and the peaks surrounding the fort are covered with a layer of pristine white snow.
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