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Top Hill stations To Visit Near Chandigarh In Summer 2021 | Explore places Near Chandigarh

Chandigarh is known as the city beautiful. It is capital of Punjab and Haryana. It is well known for its greenery and well-maintained and clean city structure. Chandigarh is a center to amazing places in and around. Lets look at 10 places to visit near Chandigarh.

This article will work as a guide to help people looking for:

  1. Tourist places near Chandigarh and Panchkula
  2. Tourist places near Chandigarh within 200 kms
  3. Tourist places near Chandigarh within 100 kms
  4. Places to visit near Chandigarh within 50 kms
  5. Top hill stations near Chandigarh
  6. Places near Mohali and Panchkula

Below is the list of hill stations to visit this summer from nearest to farthest:

# Place Key Attractions Distance from Chandigarh How to reach
1 Parwanoo Timber trail, Kali mata mandir and natures  view 32 Car, Bike or Bus
2 Morni Hills Tikartaal Lake, Picnic ground, Boating, Sunsets and Trekking 50 Car, Bike
3 Kasauli – Monkey point, church, Sunset point, Mall Road and Golbert trail 55 Car, Bike or Bus
4 Solan Mohan shakti Mandir, Natural waterfall 80 Car, Bike
5 Chail Peacefull stay, Nature camping, River side camp grounds and  Chail Wildlife Sanctuary  100 Car, Bike
6 Shimla Mall road, Ridge, Gati theater, Jakhu mandir, Christ Church,  Shimla State Museum  111 Car, Bike, Bus or Toy train
7 Mashobra/ Naldehra Nature camping, Trekking, Skiing, Pristine peaks view 120 Car, Bike
8 Kufri Nature camping, Trekking, Skiing, Mahashu peak horse riding 125 Car, Bike or Bus
9 Mussorie Kempty falls, Mussorie lake, Bhatta falls, Camel Back Road and Mall road 192 Car, Bike or Bus
10 Rishikesh Ganga aarti, Lakshman Jhula, River Rafting and Neer waterfall with natural swimming pool 200 Car, Bike or Bus


Parwanoo Timber trail

Parwanoo – is small hill station situated along the National Highway No. 22 (Kalka-Shimla route).

Timber Trail Resort, Parwanoo, is a refreshing getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life. Located almost 6 kilometres from the Himachal Haryana border, the splendid Parwanoo resort is situated on the Shivalik ranges. The resorts are accessible by cable car which in itself is an extraordinary experience. Kali Mata Temple is an ancient temple situated only 2 km from Parwanoo. Dedicated to Goddess kali, the temple is visited by large number of pilgrims during Navratri.
• Key Attractions: Cable car, Timber trail, Kali mata mandir and Pinjore garden
• How to reach: By car, bike or bus
• Best time to visit: March to June
• Entry fee: Kasauli entry fee: Adults: Rs. 1250/- and Child Rs. 1000/-
• Food to try: Channa Bhatura and afforable menu at the resort

Morni Hills

Sahib Seerat camle ride Tikartal S 1 edited


Morni hills is named after a Queen who reigned over the place. It is a beautiful hill station situated in Panchkula , Haryana. The best time to visit Morni hills is the winters which begin in October. The weather stays pleasant till April. Morni offers some interesting trekking options. Tikkar Taal Trek – an Unseen, Un-Discovered Challenging Trek between jungles and Stair Fields. This is the jungle where “Pandavas” were living during “Agyatwaas”. One of the Mythological Place – Where Bhima had a Fight with Hadimba Rakshas and married to Hidimba.

Trek to the old fort and for the more adventurous, there are treks to the bank of the river Ghaggar, which flows past Morni.
• Key Attractions: Tikartaal Lake, Picnic ground, Boating, Camel ride, Beautiful Sunsets and Trekking
• How to reach: By car or bike
• Best time to visit: October to April
• Entry fee: There is a car parking fee of Rs. 50
• Food to try: Snacks and bar at the Haryana tourism lake view hotel.


Kasauli S


Kasauli is a small town in Himachal Pradesh. It is located at an altitude of 1927 m above the sea level. The town is ~75 km from Shimla and ~55 km from Chandigarh. Snow-clad mountains, dense forests and a pleasant climate makes Kasauli a major draw among tourists. Its best desination to watch sunrise and sunsets. Another key attracton on the way to Kasauli is Paradise Vally cafe to see waterfall and pool.

• Key Attractions: Monkey point, waterfall, church, Sunset point, Mall Road and Golbert trail

• How to reach: By car or bike
• Best time to visit: March to June and October to February
• Entry fee: Kasauli entry fee: Rs. 100/-.
                                                                                               • Food to try: Jalebi burger, Samosa burger and fruit mithai

Riva waterfall Ashwani khad


Solan is situated 50 km from Shimla. Solan is largely a forested
land surrounded by hills and mountains. It is known as the “Mushroom city of
India” because of the vast mushroom farming in the area as well as the
Directorate of Mushroom Research (DMR) situated at Chambaghat. The place is
named after the Hindu goddess Shoolini Devi. Every year in the month of June, a
fair celebrating the goddess is held, featuring a 3-day mela  (fair) at Thodo ground. Solan was the capital
of the erstwhile princely state, Baghat. Solan evolved during the British rule.
First, the cantonment area and the brewery were set up.

Though Solan is popularly renowned for its natural beauty,
wildlife and temples, this town is also known for the bulk cultivation of
tomatoes and is often referred to as the “City of Red Gold. The town is
situated between Chandigarh and Shimla , on the Kalka-Shimla National Highway.
The Kalka-Shimla narrow gauge heritage railway line, built by the British
passes through Solan and is a recognized World Heritage site. It is situated at
an average elevation of 1,600 meters (5,200 ft).

Solan is a perfect nature retreat for people who love to
spend some time surrounded by natural beauty. So, if you have been looking for
a tranquil place to retreat, then there cannot be a better place than Solan.



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