Once there was a fort on the Bahadurpur dhar near Namhol. It stood at a height of 6,164 feet. The climb up is arduous but the place is beautiful and awe-inspiring. The HP Forest department is constructing a three-storey rest house here and they plan to develop the area from tourist point of view, with proper facilities, forest walks and some other adventure activities.
On the top of a hill known as Bahadurpur the highest point (1,980m) in the district, near Tepra Village in Paragana Bahadurpur tehsil Sadar, distant about 40-kms from Bilaspur, is the site of Bahadurpur fort. The range derives its name from the Bahadurpur fort. Due to its comparatively greater height it receives occasional snow fall in winter.
The range is embellished by a beautiful small wood of deodar and ban trees. Almost in the centre of this range, in picturesque surroundings, is perched a rest-house. The fort is said to have been built by Raja Keshab Chand. It is just 6-km above Namhol.
It is now in its ruins.
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