This single-day trek to Karol Tibba takes you around mountains and hills near Solan city to reach the summit of Karol Tibba. The top of the mountain serves as an excellent vantage point to look at the lower Himalayas, especially the Churdhar Mountain Ranges. As you begin trekking uphill to Karol Tibba, you will visit the Pandav Caves, believed to be the oldest and longest cave in Himachal Pradesh. You will also visit the Karol Temple, dedicated to the goddess Kali. En route to the mountaintop, you will pass through dense forests and grasslands layered on the mountain slopes of Karol Tibba Solan Himachal Pradesh.
A great trek to undertake if you’re short on time, you will begin the trip early in the morning and come back before dinner time in the evening. Located at an altitude of 7,300 ft, Karol Tibba, is one of the highest hills near Chandigarh. Placed only a short trekking journey away from Chandigarh, Karol Tibba houses the Karol Temple, dedicated to goddess Kali. En route, you will also visit the Pandav Caves, where locals believe that the Pandavas lived and meditated during their exile. As you reach the mountain top, take some time to admire a panoramic view of the surrounding hills and mountains. During the trip, you will trek for 8 hours throughout the day and stop to rest at regular intervals, making it a perfect trek for fit beginners as well as experienced beginners in Karol Tibba Solan Himachal Pradesh.