Shimla Prospect Hill



The Shimla Prospect Hill is a worth visiting place in Shimla. The hill is the home to a very religious temple of Shimla that is dedicated to Goddess Kamna Devi. This place of religious importance is toured by tourists from all over the country both for religious purposes.

The Prospect Hill temple takes about a fifteen minutes walk from Boileauganj that is located on the Shimla-Bilaspur road. This Shimla Prospect Hill has got an elevation of 2155 meters above the sea level. The hill of Prospect in Shimla is thronged by visitors from different corners of India and abroad for its unspoken beauty.

Standing on the Prospect Hill of Shimla, one can have a spectacular view of the entire region. You will feel as if you are away from this world into a world that is so beautiful and so very rare with its basket of stupendous beauty. The scenic beauty of the place in the midst of green veiled mountains and passing clouds from the hill top is really something that will keep you mum.

The Shimla Prospect Hill is also an ideal place for a happy walk. Travelling through the uneven path amidst cool breeze, is highly pleasant.

The place is also loved by the mountaineers as the hill satisfies their quest for trekking. Also the toy train that runs from Tara Devi to Jatogh is visible from the top of the Prospect Hill of Shimla. The place is even an ideal juncture for the picnic parties.



Last Updated on : 4/10/2012







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