Road Trip from Delhi to Chail

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Distance from Delhi to Chail

Road-trip from Delhi to Chail

6 h 48 min (336.2 km) via NH44

Delhi to Chail Duration: 6-7 Hours

Chail is a hill station in Himachal Pradesh which lies 45 km from Solang valley of Manali. It is a lesser known town and is not as highly commercialized as other cities of the state. Chail lies at a distance of 340 km from Delhi and it takes about 7 hours to reach the town by road. There are no direct trains available to Chail and one has to rely on the bus service or one’s own private vehicle. Tourists wanting to visit Chail can get two-wheelers on rent in Delhi from the growing Delhi bike rentals. These bike rentals allow tourists to hire bikes in Delhi and visit the place of their choice. There is a huge range of two-wheelers to choose from and those who wish can also get scooters on rent in Delhi instead of bikes, as per their need and comfort. But in order to visit a hill town like Chail by road, it is suggested that one picks up sturdy bikes rather than scooters.

Maharaja Bhupinder Singh who made Chail his summer capital and being a cricket enthusiast, he made a cricket ground here, which till date happens to be the highest cricket ground in the world. The cricket ground is not open to civilians as it is under the care of the Army but one can get special permission to see the place or just take a stroll around it.

Chail is said to be a hiker’s paradise to get away from the hullabaloo of city life and into a quiet retreat. One can trek 10 kms from Junga to Chail and make the trip a fun filled adventure. Chail offers a number of adventure sports too. Rope walking at a high altitude is definitely risky but the risk is what makes it even more fun. One needs to maintain the body balance in order to complete this sport safely. Crossing the Bamboo Bridge to reach the other side of the river and walking on the Burma bridge- made of cables and Tyre bridge are two more adventure activities offered here. Apart from these, activities like rock rappelling and fox flying are conducted with the help of lifeguards and expert professionals. Crossing the commando net is also a great activity here.

There are many other places to visit in Chail. The Chail Sanctuary is home to ghoral, Kakkar, sambhar, red jungle fowl and khalij and cheer pheasants. Animal lovers must visit this century to explore the wildlife of the hills.

Many places of worship like the Kali Temple, the Gurudwara Sahib and Siddh Baba ka Mandir give this place a spiritual touch and the views from the shrines are magnificent.

Tourists wanting to visit Kufri from Chail can enjoy a horse ride as due to the bitter cold conditions, animals are the only means of transport. They can pay a visit to apple orchards en-route.

Bike hiring has recently become a hot trend and tourists, especially youth, prefer to get bikes on rent in Delhi to tour around the cities of North India. Hiring bikes in Delhi is affordable and less time consuming as compared to relying on public transport. The idea of having one’s own vehicle at their disposal appeals to many tourists. They can approach the bike rentals in Delhi and book a two-wheeler of their choice to visit Chail.