Dhoopgarh is the highest point of the Satpuras. At an elevation of 1352 meters above the sea level, it is also the highest point of the Central India. Accessible only by 4×4 Gypsies, it holds the best vantage for the most spectacular sunsets one can imagine, with an unobstructed view of the rolling Satpura Hills for miles away. Better known as the sunset point at Pachmarhi, the climb up the hilltop offers the guests spectacular views of the Pachmarhi, below. At he foothill, there is a narrow gorge, hardly a few meters in width, known as the Jalgali, which, as held by the local folklore, was created by Lord Shiva, as he led the Bhasmasur towards the Mahadeo Caves.