Chail, a small idyllic hill town, is situated at the foothills of Shivalik and the lower reaches of the Himalayas. Chail was formed as a strong retaliation to the British by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala when he was denied entry into Shimla by them. During that period Shimla was the summer capital of the British and highly favored by the Maharajas as well. Maharaja Bhupinder Singh responded to this insult by establishing a new summer capital for himself amidst the scented forests of gigantic Deodars and Pines in the village of Chail. Today, Chail is the place where Trekking is one of the most pleasurable activities. The treks in the area provide many interesting sights and sounds of the picturesque nature.
The Different Trekking Routes Include
Trekking In Chail Wildlife Sanctuary : The Chail Sanctuary in Himachal Pradesh is a peaceful retreat for the wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. The Chail Wildlife Sanctuary covered in Deodar and Oak Forests has a rich plethora of flora and fauna. The main tourist attractions of the Sanctuary are the barking Deers and Kalijin. Trekking options are available in this wildlife sanctuary and adventure freaks can explore the beautiful forests on foot. The rough terrain does not permit taking a jeep safari in the park. Trekking from Chail to Gaura and Chail to Jhajja is quite common amongst the trekkers. This park also boasts of quite a few high-altitude trekking routes for more experienced trekkers. The expansive acres of greenery and dense woodlands of Chail, still unspoiled by crowds and pollution, are a treat for nature lovers and an ideal destination for hard-core trekkers. Surrounded by green valleys with snow clad peaks in the backdrop, Chail is an ideal place for the wildlife lovers.
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