Dhauladhar Mountain Ranges lie in Himachal Pradesh
, separating Kullu District
and Mandi District
at one end and Chamba District
and Kangra District
at the other. Dhauladhar, literally meaning 'white peak,' with its snow-capped tea gardens, is an ideal destination for trekkers. The hills are viewed like waves on the surface of the sea from the top of Dhauladhar. In
, the mountain peak is at an altitude of about 4800 m from sea level. The mountain sides, after a certain height, house many villages, inhabited by the Gaddis
, who rear and trade in sheep.