बहादुरपुर किला -जिला बिलासपुर में यह सबसे ऊँचा स्थान बिलासपुर शहर से 40 किलोमीटर की दुरी पर है। यहाँ 1620 ई. में राजा केशव चंद ने किला बनाया था।
Bahadurpur fort has held its place in Indian history. It had been constructed by Raja Keshab Sein in 1620 AD.
History Like its other counterparts, namely the Tiun fort and the Sariun fort, the Bahadurpur fort is another structure of the rich Chanderi heritage. The erstwhile state of Mandi had Bilaspur and Suket as its neighbours in the south and a British governed one to the north. The Mandi and the Suket lineage share a similar history almost, the earliest ruler of Mandi being Sahu Sen. Bahu Sen was his younger brother and he had nine descendants, with Raja Keshab Sen being seventh in line. The Bahadurpur fort was built by him during war-ridden times to provide a shield against his enemies. Archaeologists state that the fort must have been strong and intimidating with high walls.
Bilaspur is located on the south east side of the river Satluj, Himachal Pradesh. It has been divided into the new and old Bilaspur Township, the new one being located atop the old one at a height of 670m above sea level. The Bahadurpur fort is seated on the highest point of Bilaspur district, on the hills of Bahadurpur (1980 metres), about 40 kilometres from Bilaspur, close to Tepra Village in Paragana Bahadurpur Tehsil Sardar. It is located 6 kilometres above Namhol. Tepra is a part of the Bilaspur Tehsil that falls under the Tepra Panchayath. It is located 55 kilometres from the capital of Himachal Pradesh aka Shimla. Other tourist attractions that can be spotted from the hills include Ratanpur Fort, Swarghat, the Fatehpur Fort, the Naina Devi hill, etc.