The best way to reach Chadwick falls Shimla is by sharing a local taxi or trekking for an adventurous trip. It is 7kms away from the Shimla and takes around 45 minutes to walk from Summer Hill of Shimla. The falls plunge from the height of 1586 meters. The point is one of the favorite destinations for the tourists who come to visit Shimla every year. The falls is encompassed with steep hills of deodar and pine forests and the cascading sound is simply breathtaking. I dipped my legs in the gushing water of the fall and shivered for a while with its chilly experience but the fell was extremely distinct.
The level of the waterfall escalates after the month of September when the monsoon is about to over. I was fortunate to visit this Shimla in the month of October and the water was dazzling like scattered crystals. The bounty of nature and its creative features are overwhelming and have the capability of mesmerizing the visitors. There are some of the old temples in the vicinity and can be pleasured if the tourists have enough time. I was too overwhelmed with the features of the waterfalls. I sat there for a while and glanced at the phenomenal and captivating views of the falls. It was enthralling me with the sense of ecstasy and rapture. I remained disconnected with the monotonous life of Agra where I reside and work and this was a milestone for me.
Though I am not as adventurous as many of my friends but still can manage enough to enjoy the hidden beauty by trekking for a while. Hill station like Shimla needs a mood of adventure to unfold its concealed allure and poised nature. That particular moment compelled me to have a chance of living the life full of excitement and enthusiasm. I clicked few images of the Chadwick Falls Shimla to treasure them in my memories and my travel diary. The journey to the waterfall ended with a beginning of a sanctuary in Shimla and I moved on to replenish my delight with the next destination.
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A big hello to everyone here... I am 'the' Geeta Sharma, a young, vibrant, and fun-loving girl from Agra. As a kid, tall buildings always inspired me and now as I type, I myself have attained a master’s degree in Architecture and am working on several projects in and around my city. Whenever I feel taxed of my job, I find a way out in the nature, my second habitat for obvious reasons! Meditation, camping, and photography are activities for which Mother Nature inspires me! On my way back, I also make it a point to get my mind and body relaxed at nearby spa centres. That is about me and you will find much more in detail with regular blogs and updates from me. So stay tuned and sit tight for new experiences every day!