is a hill station visited by many tourists. The Deodar
and Oak forests with grasslands around the township are
the abode of wildlife. Chail sanctuary was notified on
21st March 1976 near Chail Town in District Shimla and
covers an area of 10,854.36 hectares.
see Sambar, Goral, Himalayan Black Bear, Red Deer,
Silver-White Oak, Barking Deer, Indian Hare Common
Langur, Leopard, Rhesus Macaque, Himalayan Yellow
Throated Marten, Indian Porcupine, Common Giant and
Kashmiri Flying Squirrel.and Chir Pheasants at Blossom
Pheasant breeding and rehabilitation programme has been
started in 1988.Visitors are welcome to the Chir
Pheasant Breeding Centres at both Blossom and Jhajja.
Barking deer and Kalijin in the forests are sure to meet
and greet the visitors at dusk and dawn.
from Chail to Gaura and Chail to Jhaja is common and
rewarding, as one is sure to see wildlife and beautiful
snowy peaks. Range Officer Wildlife Chail and his staff
welcomes the visitors and assists the wildlife lovers to
see wildlife in the sanctuary area.
There is always the option of flying to Shimla .
ideal way of covering the Kalka- Shimla track is by the
toy train. It takes five hours from Kalka to get to
Kandaghat. The toy train with a maximum of half a dozen
bogies chugs through the most thickly forested tracks,
breathtaking bends, deep ravines and never-ending
Chail is about 86-km from Kalka via Kandaghat. The
approach of Chail is along the Kalka- Shimla route. One
has to take a detour from Kandaghat. From Kandaghat, it
is an hour and a half journey by road to Chail