Chail is a beautiful hill town of Himachal Pradesh, located at an elevation of 2250 meters above sea level, close to Delhi. When the then Raja Bhupendra Singh of Patiala was expelled from Shimla under the British Raj, he made Cheel his hideout. He left no stone unturned to make Chail equal to Shimla. Apart from being a healthy climate, there is a green atmosphere here. The dense pine trees and serene atmosphere make it more interesting.
Kufri is another popular hill station close to Delhi. The Golden Triangle Tour of Himachal Pradesh also includes a tour of Shimla and Kufri along with Chail. You can enjoy trekking, hiking, natural walks, angling and horse riding here. Apart from this, if you want to be relieved by the noisy atmosphere of the city, then you can spend a day in Chail. By the way, it is a suitable place to spend a holiday in the summer season.
One can visit these places in Chail during Wekeng.
Chail Palace: This is a palace whose architecture will surprise you.
Maa Kali Mandir: A sacred shrine and a good place for trekking.
Temple of Siddha Baba: A holy place dedicated to a holy soul.
Sadhupul Lake: It is quite a good place to hangout.
Gurudwara Sahib in Pandhawa: It sounds like a Gurdwara Church.
Chail Wildlife Sanctuary: Bird lovers and nature lovers can call it paradise.
You can enjoy horse riding here. At Chail Cricket Ground, the highest playground in the world, you can do two-handed with the ball and bat.
Distance from Delhi: 336.2 km
Travel time: 7 hours 11 minutes
Best time to travel: throughout the year