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Jakhu temple is one of the highest points of Shimla. Temple is very beautiful and must watch place if you are in Shimla. Huge statue of Lord Hanuman is also the key attraction of temple but be aware of monkeys.
Two ways to reach the temple, either by road or by the cable car. Cable car from Mall road Shimla will cost around 500-600 per person both ways. Probably cheaper to rent a car which will bring you to the temple. A few steps (30-40...More
Its a temple situated on a hill starting from Church on the Ridge. One can also go via vehicle where the cab would drop on the temple only. Another route which is preferred by most of the people is from Church. Its 2.5 km on...More
This was ok but very much marred by an aggressive monkey who was intent on attacking even though we had no food
Beware and carry a stick
Probably nicer place to visit than I have indicated but they need to control the monkeys
Take a half day out for this lovely place even if you are not religious. Walk up the hill to test your endurance, stay there to relax for an hour and walk down. Have a hearty breakfast after coming back and take a mid day...More
Jakhu Temple is located at height of 8048 feet above sea level on Jakhu hill, it offers beautiful and picturesque views of snowy peaks, valleys and Shimla city. This religious place dedicated to Lord Hanuman is situated near the ridge. From this site, tourists can...More
We walked up using the road route - and came down via stairs to the Ridge. Glad we took the slow route up as its quite a climb but well worth it. If you are not able to do the walk - you can take...More