Picturesque mountains of Bhalessa

Sadaket Malik
There is enough potential to hold back the tourist in the area for at least a fortnight. Imagine how much good it could do to the local economy. Places of pilgrimages if promoted will help bringing the tourist to these areas even while the infrastructure is being developed. Of late, The Tourism Development Authority required to be established firstly.
Bal Badri:
Bhalessa presents beautiful picturesque as well as attractive fields on way to Padri Top which could be promoted as a health resort as well as a picnic spot. It is on huge heights and one could find large snow field here even in the month of June. It is a valley made of small streams and White Nullah’s flowing towards main valley of Bhalessa. This is also regarded as Nag Lotun. It is four kilometers away from Chamba Padri. Enough scope exists for Gandola rope ways. Bhadherwah to Kansar could be a good Gandola venture with Khanni Top, Padri Dhaar , Nagni MataTemple and Jaai Valley lying aroundBhalessa.
Bach Dhar:
Located at the upper reaches of Jitota Balessa connecting Bhaderwah is a picturesque and looks scenic during summers.
Goha Dhar:
Connecting border of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, there lies a beautiful Goha Dhar attracting most of the tourists here. In summers, there are nomadic tribes with their cattle. The cool Goha will attract the tourists.
Rohari Dhar:
Almighty has bestowed the upper reaches of Bhalessa a sense of adventure, and beauty, The beautiful Rohari Dhar lies near the khaljugasar- the last panchatat of Bhalessa. The cold air touches the hearts of tourists here. On either side of Rohari there lies areas of Mankun and Chishool, The pedestrian can reach the area of Chamba within two hours. If we analyse the distance by road, if developed by the authorities, the area shall get directly connected with Himachal Pradesh, thereby opening the vistas of trade and knowing each others cultures and traditions.
Nagni Dar:
In Chanti Ginshana area of Bhalessa, is located a picturesque Nagni, and is a main centre for tourists, school children, and locals.
Damoth Dhar:
This beautiful valley of Bhalessa town is located in the upper reaches of Bharti-Dhosa on the one side and is spread up to chilly Mano-kota on the other side. The valley connects snow clad mountains in winter and is glorious in summers.
Mehal Dhar:
Mehal Dhar is another picturesque valley of Bhalessa in Chilly area.The area is full of snowy mountains and is presenting a heart touching beauty to the tourists. In summer session, the Hindu pilgrims visit this place. Historically speaking, in ancient times, the valley was named after Prince Mehal Nag who lived here. He was Raja of Bhalessa.


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