Ganji Pahari is a scenic hill located at a distance of 5 kilometres from the town of Dalhousie on Pathankot Road. The name Ganji Pahari was derived from its salient feature which is the complete absence of flora on the hill -'Ganji' meaning Bald in the local language, and 'Pahari' meaning Hill. The natural landscape makes it an exciting trekking trail. Its accessibility also makes Ganji Pahari a favourite picnic spot in Dalhousie. During winters, the same terrain is covered in a thick coat of snow, and the panoramic view it offers is just breathtaking.
A tour to Ganji Pahari can also be accompanied by a guide whom tourists can hire from Dalhousie. It is one of the best ways to explore the site through the correct route instead of wandering around clueless unless that's the kind of adventure one is seeking. The brilliant colours reflecting from the landscape surrounding the hill is a mesmerising site at any time of the day, but the misty sunsets and sunrises are the best features to see from Ganji Pahari. The location is perfect to explore with family and friends and bond over the trip. The picturesque site of Ganji Pahari is worth capturing in photographs too.
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