Palampur is saturated with colourful art galleries, paddy fields, and ancient shrines but it's a thousand shades of green from the beautiful Andretta and Taragarh Palace to the extreme Sourabh Van Vihar, that are the topping on the cake. This little forest of Sourabh Van Vihar is the place for several healthy shrubs that have medicinal benefits.
Other charms include Chamunda Devi Temple, Mata Ashapuri Temple, Baijnath Temple, and Jwala Mukhi temple – some of the joyful places of worship India, that you need to visit when in Palampur. The hill station is an apartment to some of the famous artists like the late Sardar Shobha Singh and the late playwright, Norah Richards. Andretta, a little artisan colony here manifests sculptures, antiquities, paintings, and heirlooms that possess over the years brought many noted artists, theatre practitioners, potters, and painters.
Palampur is also recognised for paragliding. The cliffs here offer an amazing paragliding adventure that is completely out of the realm. Palampur’s successful view is a pleasure for trekkers as well. Some of the famous Dhauladhar Range treks like the Baijnath-Manali trek pass within the serene valleys of Palampur.