Solan the Jatoli Village (15 kms ) and the temple of Lord
Shiva may be visited. The Buddhist Dolanji Bon Monastery
lies on the Solan Rajgarh Road, the Forestry and
Horticulture University at nauni has an attractive campus,
Rajgarh is full of orchards that grow stone fruit like
plums apricots and peaches, en route you may stop for
fishing at Gaura.
Just 8-km from Solan and 37-km from Kalka, Barog is
situated at the height of 1,600m. One can have a panoramic
view of Churdhar Peak (3,647m), which poetically
translates into 'Mountain of the Silver Bangle'. Barog was
an important stop on the railway line in the earlier part
of the century. Now it has longest tunnel on Shimla Kalka
narrow gauge railway line. The major attraction is Barog
height resort situated at the top of the hill, which offer
the picturesque view of the surrounding area.
Bon Monastery (Yung Drung Ling):
12-kms from Solan, this monastery is the second oldest
monastery in the world after the one present in Tibet.
Jatoli Shiv Temple:
This is a very old temple and every year an annual
fair is organised here on the occasion of Mahashivratri,
which makes it a must see place, just 6-kms away from
Enjoy your picnic amongst the cool waters of Giri,
20-kms from Solan.
This place has a historic value as Pandavas lived here
during their 'Agyatvas' period. Covering a 2-hours trek
from the resort will take one to this wonderful place, an
ideal place for nature lovers.
Toy Train Ride:
Just enjoy this ride with children while going to
Shimla and return back with memories to cherish for the
rest of your life.
Sholoni Devi Temple:
The temple of Goddess Sholoni Devi is situated at the
southern part of the town and Solan was named after Devi
Sholoni. The famous Shalooni fair is held here every year
in the month of June over here, which is dedicated to
Goddess Sholoni Devi.