Karol Tibba Trek
The location sits in a lush green forest and to reach here, one needs to start the path from Chambakhat District, and it will take roughly an hour to reach here from Shimla. At the peak, you will get a chance to marvel at the beautiful temple dedicated to Goddess Kali and the panoramic view of Churdhar Peak and Shimla City. Overall, a trek here can be quickly completed in a day, and one can also plan some camping on the peak.
Shali Tibba Trek
The trail also goes through a river crossing where no bridge is provided, and one needs to traverse through the gushing streams. This part of the path, however, adds much-required thrill to a session of hiking. The summit is home to an ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Bhima Kali and offers the holiest aura. One can easily marvel at the 360-degree view of Shimla, Mashobra, Kufri and Fagu Valley.
Hatu Peak Trek
On the way, you will encounter many scenic views of the Himalayas as you pass through the lush green forests. In addition to the beauty, the trail also passes through many steep slopes which can only be climbed with the help of a harness, thus making it another thrilling trek near Shimla. If you want to walk on the fresh snow of the peak, then make sure to opt for this trek between January to March when the location witnesses fresh snowfall.
Tara Devi Trek
The temple is easily accessible by road too, but people choose to trek a distance of 4 KM and add the required thrill to the trip to a temple. The narrow and steep slopes of the trail provide the adventure lovers with much excitement. The temple on the peak is around 250 years old and exhibits the charm and calm aura. The pristine green meadows and local flora will surely provide you with some picture-perfect backdrops.
Summer Hill Trek
To reach the peak, one needs to hike through the beautiful forests of Pine and Deodar. Having a hard level of difficulty and standing at the height of 640 metres, this peak has challenged many famous trekkers. The 38 KM long trail of this peak makes sure that you stay entertained, thus offers numerous eye-catching sceneries. The steepness, the beauty and the thrill experienced on this trek add some extra fun to a trip to Shimla.
Standing at the height of 3660 metres, this trek boasts of being one of the hardest trails for trekking near Shimla. On a clear day, you can easily marvel at the 360-degree view of Himalayan ranges from the peak of this mountain. The top of this peak is also home to a towering statue of Lord Shiva.
Shimla-Jalori Pass Trek
From the soaring high mountains to the deep valleys, the trail towards the pass goes through numerous scenic spots. The trek is around 8KM long and can be easily covered in 6 to 7 hours. If you want to unwind in the sheets of fresh snow, then make sure that you go for this trek between mid-June to mid-October. Overall, this trek provides the perfect hideout for trekking amidst the best of nature and not a single second here will go by without having fun.
Chadwick Waterfall Trek
Just 5 KM away from Shimla, this waterfall can be reached by trekking through the Summer hill. The terrain towards this location provides numerous adventurous trails filled with eye-catching sceneries. The path towards the waterfall is easy and can be covered by anyone having primary physique. As soon as the end of the monsoons starts, the location gets its beauty. The serene local flora and fauna flourish and add extra charm to the serenity.
The trail towards the peak takes you through many breathtaking views of the carpeted snow. The path is hard and goes through many rocky and steep slopes. Once you reach the top, the surrounding hills and shining sky provides an undoubtedly eye-catching glimpse, thus making it one of the most beautiful trekking destinations.
Kuppar Bugyal Trek
The trail ends at Giri Ganga temple from where you can enjoy the panoramic views of the whole valley beneath you. Located amidst the best of nature, a trek to this location needs a lot of energy, and it is advised to camp there for the night and start descending on the next day.