Hanuman-Ka-Tibba is located in Mcleodganj, which is situated at a distance of 4 kilometers from Dharamsala. Established in the year 1850, Mcleodganj served as the centre for administration for the British Empire. This place has been named after a former Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, Sir David McLeod and Hanuman-Ka-Tibba is a place that serves as an excellent route for those people who desire to face challenges. Besides being a route full of adventures, Hanuman-Ka-Tibba presents eye-catching and amazing sights. Considered to be the highest point of Dhauladhar ranges, it is famous for its picturesque views. This peak is also referred to as ‘White Mountain’ and is positioned at a height of 5,369 m over the sea level, presenting beautiful views of the Pir Panjal ranges and Dhauladhar ranges. Tourists can visit this place throughout the year as the climatic conditions remain favorable for touring this region all the time.