The city of Chandigarh is a Union Territory that serves as the capital for states of Punjab and Haryana, though it is not administered by them. It is ...
Nature Trails Around Chandigarh:
People who love isolation and want an escape from hustle and bustle of city life, Chandigarh is the perfect place. Chandigarh has loads of natural sceneries and places to spend best of times. Maximum of them begin from Sector 1 or nearby the lake! Subcategories of Nature Trails Around Chandigargh.
Sukhna Lake to Mansa Devi Temple :- Walk from farmlands and Saketri Village takes only 40 minutes.
Sukhna Forest Trail :- Distance between Lake Regulator and Smriti Upvan is around 2 hour. People should go and trek in early morning as that time you can see wonderful birds; perfect for bird watchers.
Sukhna to Pinjore:-The way begins with proximity to Lake Regulator and ends to Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore. It takes 3.5 trekking time to board uphill complimented with beauteous countryside.
Mullanpur to Jayanti Devi :- Mullanpur is located just after Punjab University. It takes only one hour from the way between farmlands and groves. Native people at there are very cooperative and help you out at every step.
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Mid-August to November
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|Temperature||:||Summer - Max: 44oC Min: 37oC
Winter - Max: 14oC Min: 4oC
|The Campus||:||Pierre Jeannerret designed the University Campus under the general guidance of the legendary Le Corbusier. The use of exposed bricks and natural surroundings is beautiful. Parks and pools and verdant greenery have enhanced the beauty of the whole campus.|