Ganji Pahari, without any doubt is a spectacular cliff situated
at an interval of around 5 kilometres away from Dalhousie. It lies on the Pathankot
Road. Ganji Pahari is famous for its peculiar trait, and it is the nonexistence
of plant life on the hill. This feature thus gives Ganji Pahari its name, since
‘Ganji’ means bald and ‘Pahari’ stands for a hill in Hindi. Ganji Pahari offers
a natural landscape for a thrilling trek.
Ganji Pahari is highly
accessible. Despite of no aboriginal greenery, the picturesque magnificence of
the locale is worth enjoying. The landscape has a fascinating climate that
charms each and every individual scouring it. In the winters, the exact
landscape is wrapped in a bulky snow cloak and the scenic perspective it gives
is absolutely astonishing.
You can take guides along with you during the tour to make the
experience more knowledgeable. This way you can save time on tracing the accurate
path rather than roaming elsewhere and not really finding a specific place for
adventure. The stunning hues reproduced from the topography encircling the hill
is a beautiful view throughout the day, however the hazy dusks and dawns are
the nicest details to discern from the Ganji Pahari. The setting of the place
is impeccable to experience with friends and family and cherish your equation
over the outing. The delightful site is worth seizing in pictures too.
Remember to take your camera because all the recollections you will seize will
be adored for life.
More on Ganji Pahari
Ganji Pahari Trek
Ganji Pahari voyage starts
from Dalhousie. The trekkers saunter through the hamlet before putting up with
the path to Panchpula. Somewhere in Panchpula, the route of trekking is a
jagged and rough way till the tip of the ridge. This ascent is roughly 6
kilometres and delights you with beautiful landscape of the Ganji Pahari.
During the trek, you will move across some striking villages that are perched
on the slopes.
Out of several options
that you have, you can either camp on Ganji Pahari, or relish the delightful
view and go back to the town on the same day. In case you decide to camp, you
certainly do not need to worry about food. Your appetite requirements can be
met through the mouth smacking homemade food prepared for dinner at a village
nearby. If you track with an organising adventure company then they make sure
that they arrange your dinner. So you sure don’t need to worry about that.
Before having a sound sleep, trekkers can enjoy bonfire and gaze the beautiful
night sky. Once this is done, the the trackers can trace the same way back to
the town of Dalhousie or move towards Dainkund.
Best Time to Visit Ganji Pahari
The best season to visit
Ganji Pahari is from October to February. During this time of the year there is
a sufficient snowfall in this region and the peaks of the mountains are in the
beautiful white layer of snow. The winter season thus makes your visit more
Some of you might not be
interested in camping on the hill, so you have several other options as well. You
can look forward to reaching Ganji Pahari in the earlier half of the day. Doing
this makes sure that you have enough sunlight to track capture beautiful
pictures in your camera and go back to Dalhousie on the very day.
Tips For Visiting Ganji Pahari
Essentials like water snacks
first aid kit and camping gear are a must to carry with you
Since the climate during the
daytime is quite pleasant but gets quite frigid after the dusk make sure you
carry enough woolens, sweaters or warmers.
In order to avoid any accidents,
it is suggest to travel in groups. Although it is believed that people around
here are very helpful and friendly.
How to Reach Ganji Pahari
Ganji Pahari is situated
on Pathankot road. It is at a distance of 1 hour from Dalhousie. The reasonable
means of conveyance to arrive are leased private vehicles and taxis. Hiking is
another intriguing way to get to Ganji Pahari. Trekkers can reach the Pahari through
a route passing through Panchpula.