Shimla Summer Hill



The Shimla Summer Hill is situated at an altitude of 1283 meter above the sea level. The Summer Hill of Shimla is a spot on the way of Shimla to Kalka and is only five kilometers from the Ridge of Shimla.

The place is perfect for taking a pleasurable walk amidst the quietness of the mother nature. The Summer Hill is situated in between huddles of green hilly trees like the pine and deodar.

The age old Georgian House of Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur is located here. Once, Mahatma Gandhi during his visit to Himachal Pradesh University stayed in this place.

The green scenery of the Summer Hills adds to the beauty of the place. The splendid view of the snow covered mountain terrains are simply unforgettable.

The Summer Hill of Shimla is also known as the Potter's Hill as the potters once used to visit the place to gather clay for making pots.

This hill has a canopy of temperate forest with rich variety of hilly flora and fauna. This nature park is now visited by thousands of holidaymakers every year.

The people can also have a joyful ride on the horses' back through the dense forest region of Cedar and Oak.

For all those who want to get away for a while from the busy life, can get a peace of mind in the cool climate of the Summer Hill of Shimla.

The Summer Hill of Shimla for its enormous beauty has developed into a major tourist destination over the years.



Last Updated on : 25 March 2011





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