Reached either by road or by climbing a steep hill, Kali Ka Tibba temple offers beautiful scenery of the Shivalik range and the peak of Choor Chandni on the way. A major tourist attraction in the Himachal Pradesh town of Chail, Kali Ka Tibba has Goddess Kali Devi as the main deity, and attracts numerous religious devotees and tourists.
Kali Ka Tibba temple is well known as the 'Sidhh' temple, and it being built at an extreme height, stands as one of the highest religious places in entire North Indian mountain ranges. One can tie up their boots and pack their back packs, go for an adventurous trekking session that can last for more than 3 hours, or they can choose the road way ghat and reach within an hour. Either ways, one can have a pleasant and breath taking view of the Himalayan ranges, on top of which the temple had been built.
The temple has an ancient history, and stands a major reason for one to include Chail in their itinerary when planning a trip to Himachal Pradesh. Trekking, sight seeing, the height and elevation, most importantly the history, all form very good reasons to have the spot in our wishlist to visit.
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