Panch Pulla means five bridges and it is a picturesque place. Dalhousie is at a distance of 2 kilometers from this place and one can travel this distance even on foot. Panch Pulla is famous for its unreserved streams and is the main source of supplying drinking water to the nearby areas. The rivulet rebounds from Dain Kund and falls down into a charming gorge and finds its destination in the waterworks of Panch Pulla. The Samadhi of Sardar Ajith Singh, who was a well known freedom fighter, also serves as one of the attractions of this beautiful place. This pleasing memorial is set up adjoining the assembly of a number of streams.
This place contains many small and attractive waterfalls. In order to witness natural beauty that remains concealed in the unfathomed paths, trekking from Panch Pulla to Dain Kund is recommended. Satdhara waterfall that has medicinal properties is also reachable en route trekking; taking a dip in this waterfall is considered very beneficial.
A restaurant has been established here by the government. Some eateries as well as tea stalls are also present in this place; tourists can stay in this place and enjoy the natural beauty and cozy atmosphere.