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EXPLORE THEOG

Tucked amidst lush deodar forests, Theog is a quaint little township. It is situated 32 km from Shimla, which previously served as the summer capital of British India. Theog is known as the town of five ‘Ghats’ (or ridges): Rahi Ghat, Deori Ghat, Prem Ghat, Janoghat and Bagaghat. Much of its allure is derived from the region’s rich colonial legacy. Blessed with a divine view of the Himalayas, Theog is home to a number of captivating vistas. Hatu Peak and Fagu compel you to slow down your pace and admire the stunning natural trails. If you seek peace of mind, Hatkoti and Tattapani are the best getaways. A skiing expedition in the snow-clad mountains of Narkanda makes sure your inner daredevil is satiated. If you fancy a game of golf in the oldest golf course developed by the British, Naldhera is where you should be headed.

Theog does not have an airport of its own. The nearest airport is in Shimla, Jubbarhatti; 45 kms away. There are regular flights from Delhi to Shimla. Note that during winters, flights may be irregular, especially from December till February. After getting off at the Shimla airport, you can hire a cab or take a bus to get to Theog.

The nearest railhead is at Kalka, 105 kms away. It is well connected to most major cities in India, including Delhi, Calcutta and Mumbai. From Kalka station, you can hire a cab or take a bus to get to Theog.

The distance between Shimla and Theog is only 30 kms and it will take you near about 60 mins to reach. 

The other option is to drive from Chandigarh. The distance between Chandigarh & Theog is 141 kms and takes 5 and half hours to drive.

The distance between Shimla and Theog is only 30 kms and it will take you near about 60 mins to reach.

The other option is to drive from Chandigarh. The distance between Chandigarh & Theog is 141 kms and takes 5 and half hours to drive.