Sidh Baba Mandir :
Siddh Baba Mandir is the most popular , respected and worshipped place in Chail. . According to legend, Maharaja Bhupinder Singh wanted to build his palace at this place and had already started construction. However, even after repeated attempt, the construction could not be completed. During this time in Maharaja Bhupinder Singh’s dream Sidh baba appeared and told Maharaja that this was the place where Sidh baba has meditated and asked him to vacate. So immediately Maharaja Bhupinder Singh stopped the construction & built a temple as instructed by baba in the dream . The surroundings of Sidh baba Mandir are scenic and worth a visit.
Kali Ka Tibba :
Kali ka tibba is a hill top temple in chail sanctuary devoted to goddess Kali . Kali ka tibba have one of the best sunset point in the upper Shivalik ranges . Temple have a breathtaking fabulous view of shivalik range and choor chandni peak . Travellers to chail can enjoy trekking to the temple, during which they can see rare species of animals.
Kharuin ( Chail Wild Life Sanctuary ) :
Chail Sanctuary spread in an area of 110 kms with a vast forest cover has "Choral", "Kakkar, "Sambhar" (Deer variety), red jungle fowl and "Khalij" and "Cheer" pheasants. In 1976, Chail wildlife sanctuary was identified and it was declared as a protected area under government consideration. Machan-like sighting posts have been built near Kali ka tibba at blossom and at Khariun. The deodar and oak forests and grasslands around the town are part of the sanctuary. One can see sambhar, ghoral and cheer pheasants at Blossom and Jhaja - where there are pheasant breeding centers. Barking deer and khalij pheasant are often spotted at dusk and dawn in the sanctuary. Treks from Chail to Gaura and Chail to Jhaja are popular for sighting .
World’s highest circket ground :
Chail Cricket ground Located 7500 feet above sea level, is one of the famous Cricket Stadiums in India . Chail cricket ground is the highest cricket ground in the world & also included in the Guinness Book of World Records. The ground was created by the cricket loving Maharaja Bhupinder Singh in 1893. Maharaja decided to build his summer capital at this village Chail when Lord Kitchener restricted his entry to Shimla in 1891. Maharaja Bhupinder singh used to play friendly cricket matches with the British here. The state government is interested in building a cricket stadium here. The ground is under the ownership of the Indian Army and army is operating Chail military school in the area surrounding to the ground.
The palace of the Maharajas, built in the late 19th century by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh is well known for its architecture and the pretty cottages of the complex - that once accommodated the ADCs and guests of the royal party are now part of a charming holiday resort, owned and run by HPTDC.