Kali Ka Tibba
The 360 degree panoramic view from Kali Ka Tibba is breathtaking and ideal for photography enthusiasts. The Kali temple situated on the peak is old and famous in Chail and you could find locals on the trail throughout the year. The views of the Choor Chandni and Shivalik Range from the peak are pure finds for nature lovers.Visiting the highest cricket ground in the world.
Dak Pathar is a reservoir built on the Yamuna river, and is quite a touristy spot in Dehradun. Once you reach Dak Pathar, you can go to the Asan Barrage Water Sports Resort Complex where they have different kinds of water sport activities. Dak Pathar is a little on the outskirts and 45km away from Dehradun. You do not need to cover the entire distance on foot, so start walking from whatever distance that should be convenient for you to cover. 8) Lambi Dehar Mines
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.
A 5.6 kilometre day trek leads you through fir groves, sprawling grasslands, dense forests, small ponds, a mysterious cave and panoramic views. The beauty of "Karol ka Tibba" trek is that it fits this immense natural bounty in a short day trek. "Karol ka Tibba" is the highest hill around Solan town in Himachal Pradesh. In this trek we visit Karol temple; a temple dedicated to goddess Kali situated at the top of Karol Ka Tibba. The panoramic view from the temple is beautiful and panoramic. The trekking route also passes through the famous Pandava Gufa or Pandava cave, believed to be the oldest and longest cave in the Himalayas.
The former hunting ground of the King of Patiala, this is one of the less popular wildlife sancturaies of the country. Situated in the lap of the Himalayas and a very well maintained place, this place is rich with flora and fauna. The main animals you will find here are the European red deer, goral, Wild Boar, Sambhar, langur, Himalayan Black Bear, Flying squirrel, porcupine and others. The birds that are mainly spotted here are Chir Pheasant, Khalij Pheasant and the Golden Eagles. This sanctuary is a part of the Golden Triangle of Himachal Pradesh and also one of the main attractions. There are however no placs to stay in this place so rich with the blessings of nature.
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.
Simbalwara Wildlife Sanctuary
Govind ghat is a town in Chamoli area, Uttarakhand, India, situated at the conjunction of the Alaknanda and Lakshman Ganga streams. It lies around approximately 22 kilometers (14 mi) from Joshimath on NH58 at a height of 6,000 feet (1,800 meters). This is one of the most essential spots of love of Hindus and the beginning stage for trekking to Hemkund Sahib and Valley of Flowers.The gurudwara, situated on the right bank of the Alaknanda River, is the most vital point of interest in the territory which attracts a large chunk of travelers coming to Uttarakhand. It additionally gives convenience to pioneers. The neighborhood business sector has numerous lodgings, visitor houses and eateries which serves mouth watering food at reasonable prices. The economy blossoms with the voyaging season, which starts toward the end of May and keeps going until the end of September. This is the best time to pay a visit to Govind Ghat.
Gurudwara Paonta Sahib
Next morning we started our journey towards Chandigarh, took a halt at the Gurudwara at Paonta Sahib. This Gurudwara Paonta Sahib has linkages to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh and the Sikh leader Banda Bahadur. Its original name was Paontika. "Paon" in Hindi means feet and "tika" in Hindi means became stable. Gurudwara was huge and quiet peaceful with a divine atmosphere. The food provided at the Langar was also very tasty. Bandi who was planning to skip lunch ended up eating the most.