Subhash Baoli is a recurrent spring, situated at a distance of 1 km from Dalhousie. The place has been named after a renowned Indian freedom fighter, Subhash Chandra Bose. He came to Dalhousie in the year 1937 due to his falling health and stayed for over seven months. It is said that the medicated water of the stream treated his disease and revitalised his health. Beautiful forest areas and the refreshing water of the spring attracts many tourists from the far-flung areas.
The view of the waterfall situated at the opposite side of the lake adds to the attraction of the place. Set amid the forest area is a cave of transparent water. Walking under the cave without a single drop falling on the individual makes for an amazing experience. A nearby tea shop serves up local snacks to visitors. Snow-capped mountains and pleasant weather further enhances the beauty of the place.