Shimla With all its intricacies, the story seems to have been the mortar for every brick and stone that Shimla has built. As the summer capital of British India for more than a century, it was home to one of the most powerful governments in the world . From its cedar shade heights, One- fifth of the human race was discarded and the decisions made those decades ago affect our lives today.

Today, the city is characterized by its variety of architecture. It has one of the few surviving urban forests, makes it even more unique, because its species are temperate to the alpine otherwise it is a tropical zone. And then Shimla’s famous shopping center offers one of the longest stretches of pedestrian shopping in the world.

Some routes offer a greater variety of trees, shimla shrubs, wildflowers and ferns. If you are lucky enough some species of birds can also be sighted. Some suggested places are: The Glen , and the narrow forest track that runs above it and rounds around the summer hill, The Bharari spur, towards the villages of Kamina and Pabo. Trek route below Kamina to Tattapani. And the narrow forest track that runs above it and turns around the summer hill, The Bharari spur, towards the villages of Kamina and Pabo. Trek route below Kamina to Tattapani. And the narrow forest track that runs above it and turns around the summer hill, The Bharari spur, towards the villages of Kamina and Pabo. Trek route below Kamina to Tattapani.

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