Satdhara Falls, located at an elevation of 2036 m above sea level, is situated on the way to Panchpula, a noted tourist site. The waterfall derived its name from the seven springs present in the region. According to locals, these springs have therapeutic values, owing to the presence of mica, called "gadhak" in the local language, in the water. The scenic beauty of the region is also an added attraction. Tourists are suggested to plan a trip to the place between mid-May and mid-October, as during this time the climate remains pleasant.