Shali hill is located near Khatnol village in Himachal at a height of 2873 metres above sea level. It is the highest point in the Shimla District. Shali is a 12 kilometre hike in Himachal that is mild to moderate in difficulty. Shali Peak provides a panoramic view of Kufri, Shimla, Fagu, and Narkanda Hills. Trekking to Shali is a great way for adventurers and photographers to get some great photos. Shali Tibba summit has a shrine dedicated to Goddess Bhimakalian, which is venerated by the people.
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Shali Tibba is still one of Shimla's lesser-known tourist destinations. The temple is positioned at the highest point in the region, at the summit of the Shali mountain. Previously, public transportation to the nearby community of Khatnol was limited. The walking track is primarily covered in dense woodland and provides a wonderful experience. Leopards and other species can also be seen in this area. As a result, we do not advocate walking alone in the evenings or at night.
When is the best time to visit Shali Tibba Trek?
The optimum season for the Shali Tibba hike is from March to December. During these months, the weather remains comfortable. We recommend that you avoid visiting during the monsoon season.
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