Chadwick Falls of Shimla



The beautiful Chadwick falls of Shimla is of major attraction for the vast number of tourists who visit Shimla every year. If you want to have a glimpse of the Chadwick falls, take a walk of about forty five minutes from the Summer Hill of Shimla. The distance between Shimla and Chadwick falls is about seven kilometers. One can also avail a shared taxi to reach the Shimla Chadwick falls.

The Shimla Chadwick falls flow from a height of 1586 meters. This fall of Shimla is a very favorite destination of the visitors. The fall is encircled with thick green woods from all sides and looks amazing in the midst of steep hills of pine and deodar. The standing woods make the place look all the more exotic and ravishing. The water of the Chadwick falls of Shimla is very cold and bracing.

The water of this fall increases after the monsoon gets over in September. This is the best time to visit the Chadwick falls of Shimla as the water dazzles in a way as if someone has scattered crystals all around. The pace of the waterfall is very fast. The sight of this bubbling waterfall will soothe one's eyes and make him wonder at nature's wondrous bounty.

This gift of mother nature enthralls tourists over years which brings them to Shimla over and over again. Closeby, there are some old temples and also a fair is held every year in the month of April. The water fall is a must see for the visitors.



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013





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