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Nearby Hill station from Chandigarh
Chandigarh to Morni hills destination is 45 kilometers. The time required to 3-4 hours to reach there. It’s the perfect destination for couples. Tikkar Taal, gurudwara nada shaib, adventure park, Morni fort, Thakur dwara tampal.
The distance between Chandigarh to Shimla is 112 Kilometre and it takes 4to5 To hours to reach Shimla. Shimla is the queen of Himachal Pardesh. It is famous for its Victorian architecture. Places to visit Simla – Mall Road, Green Valley, Chail, Kiala Forest, Shimla State Museum, Christ Church, Kufri, Kali Bari Temple, Himalayan Bird. Trekking, Camping, River Rafting, Paragliding, Ice Skating, Cycling, Shopping & many more things for a fun trip. Explore Now!
Kasauli is 60 kilometers away from Chandigarh. It takes 2 hours to reach Kasauli. Kasauli is the best and nearest destination of the hill to Chandigarh. Most famous tourist places Monky point, Green-roofed christ church, Himalayan oak, sunset point, mall road, gilbert trail.
Chandigarh to Dharmshala distance is about 240 kilometers and Takes 5-6 Hours to reach there. Dharmshala is famous for Tibetan culture. Places to visit Dharmshala – Jawalamukhi, Devi Temple, Kangra Valley, Dal Lake, Tea Garden, Hanuman Ka Tibba, John in the Wilderness Church, Kangra Fort, Tsuglag Khang, Kangra Art Museum.
The distance from Chandigarh to Dalhousie is 320 Kilometre and the time takes approx 8 Hours. This hill station is for the Treasure of ancient Hindu temples, handicrafts, ancient Hindu culture, and art. Most popular places to visit in Dalhousie Dainkund peak, Bakrota hills, Kalla top forest, Karelanu, Village Lohani, and the Tibetan market.