Chail lies at a height of 2,250 metres above the sea level.Bhupinder Singh,
Maharaja of Patiala,when was facing an exiled from Shimla, he decided to create his own summer
capital, which was Chail.
Chail was perfect - it was surrounded by a thick cover of majestic, soaring
deodars, Simla was just 45 kms away, and most significantly, the hill of Chail was decidedly higher
than the then British - controlled Shimla.
The picturesque hill station located amidst scented forests of chir pine and gigantic deodars. Chail
is built on three hills, the palace is on Rajgarh Hill, the Residency Snow View once occupied by
British resident is on Pandhewa Hill and on the third hill Sadh Tiba where Chail is situated.
Overlooking Satluj Valley, Shimla and Kasauli are also visible at night from here.
Chail has also the highest cricket ground in the world. Well kept and well maintained the ground is surrounded
by huge trees of deodar and pine. On the other side of the town are situated the massive Himalayan
ranges spectacularly gleaming in the sun and snow-covered every thing under it.