Subhash Baoli Spring, is a natural water spring. It is one of the prime attractions of Dalhousie. Encircled by majestic trees, the place is blessed with scenic vistas of snowcapped mountains. A splendid walk from GPO square leads up to this spring (2085 m) which also has some panoramic views of snow capped mountains across. This place is surrounded by majestic trees, that The Great Freedom Fighter of Indian History, Subhash Chandra Bose spent a lot of time mediating during 1937. The place is name after Eminent freedom fighter Subash Chandra Bose during his secret visit.
Subhash Baoli, Dalhousie
Located at a distance of 1 Km from GPO Dalhousie is the picturesque site of Subhash Baoli. Subhash Baoli is a charismatic spot circumscribed by huge towering trees. The natural spectacle of the place makes is one of the most popular tourist spots in Dalhousie. Subhash Baoli is famous for the captivating view of the snow capped peaks that it offers.
Sources say that Subhash Chandra Bose, during his stay at Dalhousie would drink water from here. But at the monument itself, you'll find a large plaque that bears his story. He was very attached to this area. And so, when he died, a small shelter was built here so anyone inspired by either him or the surroundings, or even both, can sit here and find peace. The same historical location is now provided with seating arrangements where tourists can sit and enjoy the natural panorama of the overlooking mountains which gives a canvas like feeling. The majestic mountains and the canopy of the blue sky reverberates the memory of the great hero of Indian independence.
Subhash Bowli, Dalhousie
Even though it’s not exactly tucked away or off the main road, there is a sense of peace here. The moment you break away from your group and stand in silence looking at the lake, you are filled with a sense of wonder and the fact that one is so small in comparison to nature. Opposite Subhash Baoli is a breathtaking waterfall ending in a glacial stream. It's an easy walk up to the source of the stream and if you decide to take it, you will be walking through the forests, over flat stones. You can actually stand at the base of the waterfall without getting wet and let the water form a transparent cave around you. Once you pull yourself away from this spot, you can stop at the tiny tea shop which blares Bollywood music and has a small fire going to warm its visitors. So easy to get to and so unassuming at first glance, Subhash Baoli will surprise you with the amount of time you’ll end up spending there.
Subhash Baoli, Dalhousie