The lower reaches of Chail is the place where visitors reach for Trekking, as it is one of the most pleasurable activities visitors indulge in. The treks in the area provide many interesting sights and sounds of the serene environment. Out of the many popular treks, some are as follows:
1. Chail to Gaura
2. Chail to Jhajja
3. Chail to Kandaghat
4. Chail to Rajgarh
5. Chail to Chur-Chandni
6. Chail to Shimla
The first two treks to Gaura & Jhajja are more popular and based on hearsay, everyone embarks on this trek without hesitation.
About Trek To The Hills Of Chail
Nature enthusiasts will love trekking outdoors at Chail. For most outdoor persons, trekking to the hills of Chail near Kufri gives the memorable experience in its unadulterated beauty in the best way possible. You should start the trek from the foothills and look up as you try to grab the beauty, ahead of your destination. Walk up the winding paths and get mesmerized by this gorgeous nature. Get ready to get awe-struck by the perfect frame that the lush green trees, the snow-covered mountains and the mellow sun beams create.
Briefly rest for a while, before you move on to the second phase of your tiring, yet a worthwhile adventure. Once you reach to the top, turn around and look at what nature’s bounty has in store for you!
Several other trek routes lead out of Chail up to the Choor Peak and to Shimla.
This park also boasts of quite a few high-altitude trekking routes for more experienced trekkers. One of them is detailed below:
High Altitude Trek
This trek takes you to the winter abode of Lord Shiva, Kinnaur Kailash. This Circuit Trek is an ideal one to opt for a spiritual tour to Himachal Pradesh. According to the legends, this was the place where during the month of January Lord Shiva used to organize the meeting of all gods and goddesses.
This 11 days trek starts from Thangi village near Chail and navigates through the scenic Charang Village, then reaching to the high mountain pass of Charang La standing at an altitude of 17,200 ft. and finally ends at Manali via Chitkul, Tabo and Losar.
The main highlight of this trek is Kinner Kailash Shivling, which is 79 feet high and 30-40 feet wide. From the Shivling, you can see the mesmerizing views of Great Himalayan Mountain Range like Mt. Jorkandan and Mt. Rangrik.
Route Details: Shimla – Kalpa – Lambar – Shurting – Charang – Lalanti – Chitkul – Shimla
Best Time to Visit: Mid-May – September
Difficulty Level: Moderate – Challenging
Trekking generally requires that you carry a daypack to hold your requirements for the day. Some challenging treks require you to carry a full pack. Trekking days can range from 4-10 hours a day depending on the grading.
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