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Chail is the small and quite hill station, located in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in the Solan district at height of 2,502 meters above from the sea level. The major tourist attractions in the Chail town are Chail Palace, which is well known for its architecture. Another famous spot is cricket ground, which is famous for its highest cricket ground in the world. Some other popular sightseeing places in the Chail are Polo ground and Sai Temple.
Cricket ground and a polo ground which is there, was owned by erstwhile royal family of Patiala.
Chail is 44 km from Shimla and 45 km from Solan. It is known for its salubrious beauty and virgin forests.
The place is surrounded by the forests of chir pine and gigantic deodars. Shimla, Solan and Kasauli can also be viewed at night from Chail. It is pleasant in summers and cold in winter. Average annual rainfall is about 150 mm.
Chail town is also famous for frequented by hikers, is it offer so beautiful views of the lower Himalayas. The town has very good trekking point as from Kufri, Junga and Ashwani Khad in Solan. There are also so many camping sites for hikers, so camping in Chail is most sought after activity for enthusiasts.