Glenn of Shimla

Glenn of Shimla is a very well known picnic spot of the hill station of Shimla. It is located at a distance of four kilometers from Shimla and just beyond Annadale. The place is densely surrounded by forest trees of pine and deodar. The trees working as shades is ideal for the picnic planners who visit Glenn in Shimla.

A bubbling stream known as the Chadwick falls flows through the place. This dazzling stream flows from an elevation of 1830 meters. People can take a joyful bath in the chilling hilly stream water at Glenn that is all the more exciting.

Besides picnic, you can also move through the lush green forest of Shimla's Glenn just for a pleasant walk. The picturesque view of the oaks, rhododendrons, deodar and pines will entice you to visit the Glenn of Shimla again and again.

The famous University of Himachal Pradesh is situated in this place.

The valley area surrounded by woods and green and rolling slopes make it an amazing tourist spot. Shimla Glenn is basically a reserve forest and is considered to be Shimla's one of the oldest picnic place. The scenic beauty of the area attracts tourists from all over the country and abroad.

People love visiting the place over and over again to have a weekend picnic in the midst of the salubrious climate and bushy green forest. Shimla Glenn is really a perfect choice for relaxation. So all those who are planning for Shimla, do visit this beautiful picnic spot and feel the romance of the place.

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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