- A serene hill station situated 44 km away from Shimla, Chail is an absolute retreat for one's eyes and soul. It is situated at an altitude of 2,250 m, in the embrace of the lush green Chir pine and Deodar trees. Chail gathered the attention of many after the Maharaja of Patiala, Maharaja Bhupender Singh made it his own capital and adorned the precincts with a range of architectural marvels.
The town is well connected to the capital Shimla and other places like Kasauli and Solan. On a trip to Chail one can witness a number of ghoral', 'kakkar', 'sambhar', 'red jungle fowl', 'khalij' and 'cheer' pheasants at Chail Sanctuary, highest cricket ground in the world, Kaali Ka Tibba, local lover’s point, and the Rashtriya Military School of the Nation. For the adventure lovers, the town boasts a range of activities like Bamboo bride, Flying Fox, Rope Walk, Rock Rappeling, Commando Nets, Tyre Bridge and Burma Bridge, etc.