Annandale (4.5 km)
Surrounded by thick deodar forest the place is located at an altitude of 6,117ft. here you will find an ancient temple on an edge.
Mashobra (13 km):
The forested village of Mashobra is known for great several excellent picnic spots amidst forests of oak and pine. Famous for its apple orchards, the place is a sylvan retreat with pretty walks. You can attempt a trek to Shali Peak - the highest point in the area
Wildflower Hall (13 km):
One of the loveliest hotels in India, it is famous for mountain flowers and its magnificent view.
Craignano (16 km)
3 Km from Mashobra, the place has an elegant guest house set in a delightful flower-filled lawns and gardens.
Kufri (16 km)
Located in the blossom of natural beauty, Kufri beauty is dear to the people visiting this wonderful place in Himachal Pradesh. For those who like adventure sports, this is the place to be. A great number of adventure sports can be enjoyed here. Skiing is prominent among them. Near Kufri, on the Kufri-Chail Road is located the Himalayan Nature Park which is home to a rare species of flora and fauna of Western Himalayas.
Fruit Research Station (18 km)
The place is known for the biggest Fruit Research Centre in North India.
Fagu (22 km)
A silent, serene spot with its woods, ferns and apple orchards, the place provides visitors an unforgettable experience.
Kiarighat (23 km)
Located on the Shimla-Kalka road, the place is known for its amazing vistas of mountain scenery.
Naldehra (23 km)
It is home to a 9 hole golf course, one of the most picturesque in the world. The golf course was designed by Lord Curzon.
Theog (32 km)
It has the Potato marketing centre for Himachal Pradesh.
Darlaghat (42 km)
The place attracts pilgrims for an ancient temple.
Chail (43 km)
One of the most popular excursions from Shimla, Chail was once the capital of the Maharaja of Patiala and site of the highest cricket ground in the world. The place offers a commanding view of the surroundings. The lush green forests near Chail are home to many species of birds and deer.
Solan (48 km)
It is famous for the Himachal Agriculture and Forestry University.
Tattapani (51 km)
It is known for its hot sulphur springs which have therapeutic properties.
Arki (52 km)
The Arki Fort is famous for its defensive structure and exquisite murals.
Barog (55 km)
The highest point on the Kalka- Shimla highway, the place is surrounded by pine and oak forests and offers a panoramic view of the surroundings.
Bon Monastery, Uchghat (61 km)
A Tibetan Monastery with a large statue of Lord Shenrab Mibo, founder of the Bon religion is situated on the Solan- Rajgarh Road.
Narkanda (64 km)
Situated at an altitude of 2700 metres, it is a popular skiing resort and offers a choice of ski slopes.
Kotgarh (82 km)
Land of apples and apricots, it is the horticultural heartland of the state of Himachal Pradesh.
Parwanoo (87 km)
The place is famous for Fruit based products.
Hatkoti and Rohru (104 km)
Hatkoti is famous for its ancient temples dedicated to Durga and Shiva. Past Hatkoti is Rohru, which is the base of some challenging treks.
Karsog (128 km)
It has an abundance of apple orchards and a varied landscape.
Rampur (140 km)
The ancient capital of the erstwhile Bushahr state, the place boasts a Buddhist and Hindu temple. An old palace is the added attraction.
Renukaji (150 km)
The place attracts visitors for its sacred and picturesque lake, where an annual fair is held in November. The Renuka Sanctuary is the natural habitat of a large number of Black Bear, Barking Deer, Goral, Jackal, Leopard, Sambhar and the Spotted Deer.
Sarahan (175 km)
Devotees visit the place famous for the Bhimakali Temple Complex, one of the major Shakti-peethas.
Paonta Sahib (226 km)
Located on the banks of the River Yamuna along the Nahan-Dehra Dun road, it is an important pilgrim centre for the Sikhs.