Karol Tibba Trek

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Solan Brewery, Solan District, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, 173212
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Trekking in the mountain is one such leisure activity that every traveler aims to underrtake at one point of time. From folllwing the natural trails inside the dense pine forests to crossing violent mountain rivers, trekking ofters every bit of adventurous vibes that oen intends to get.

During your stay in and around Shimla if you are looking to undertake any trekking expedition then you must go ahead with Karol Tibba Trek

This is a relatively short and a easy 11 km trek that offers a perfect blend of lush greenery, captivating landscapes, and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Karol Tibba, standing at an altitude of approximately 2240 meters, is not just a trekker’s paradise but also holds significant historical and religious value.


The trek to Karol Tibba starts from Chambaghat, a small village near Solan. As you begin, the trail passes through dense pine and oak forests that offers a refreshing escape from the urban hustle. The melodious chirping of birds and the occasional sighting of local wildlife adds more electrifying vibes to the trek. 

One of the key highlights of the trek is the ancient Pandava Cave, which is believed to be one of the oldest and longest caves in the region. Legend has it that the cave was used by the Pandavas during their exile in the epic Mahabharata. This adds a mystical aura to the trek, making it not just an adventure but also a journey through history.

Upon reaching the summit of Karol Tibba, trekkers are rewarded with breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar range and the serene beauty of the surrounding landscape. The tranquil environment at the top, coupled with the cool mountain breeze, provides a perfect setting for relaxation and reflection.

Best time to go for trek

The best time to undertake the Karol Tibba Trek is from March to November because during this time period, clear weather makes it easier for trekkers to trek aling the mountainous trails. Added to this is the clear view of the Mountains which one cannot enjoy during monsoons

Points to Remember

  • Ensure a reasonable level of physical fitness, as the trek involves moderate climbing.
  •  Wear sturdy trekking shoes and carry essential gear like water, snacks, a first-aid kit, and weather-appropriate clothing.
  • Preserve the natural beauty by avoiding littering and respecting the local flora and fauna.
  • It is advisable to trek in groups and inform someone about your trekking plans.

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