Kali Ka Tibba
There are many temples in the surrounding areas but we decided to visit the Kali ka Tibba, the temple of goddess Kali. It is located atop a hill, with absolutely nothing surrounding the temple, except a few trees and planted greenery. It is an absolutely serene place, and even if you're not religious, it is a must visit place for its breathtaking view and calm and peaceful environs.
Chail Cricket Ground
Next, we headed to the highest cricket ground in the world, located at a height of 7500 ft. It is now maintained by the Indian Army and is situated in the cantonment region of Chail. Although we can take pictures of the ground from outside the boundary, visitors are not allowed to enter inside. It was already 7PM by then and had also started raining, thus we ended the day's travelling by returning to our hotel.
Sidh Baba Ka Mandir
Located in the Mihani Village of the Chail District, this is a popular holiday resort. The main reason which attracts tourists to this resort are the beautiful views from the terrace as well as most of the room windows. The staff is extremely friendly and the way they maintain cleanliness and hygeine is remarkable. The food served is very good and the rooms are very good too. They have a separate games arena with many indoor games for the guests. However, all the rooms do not have great views and so you will have to go to the terrace for better views.
Chail Cricket Stadium
At an altitude of around 2,144m, the Chail Cricket Ground is the highest cricket ground in the world. A short 2km walk away from the Chail market, the stadium is encircled by the tall deodars on all sides and the location of the stadium also offers stunning views of the Sutlej Valley and the hill stations of Shimla and Kasauli.