Biking in Britisher’s Shimla Coloneal Roads


Biking through British era Architecture and Colonial Roads of Shimla peeping into the past.

Sanjay Verma
Hosting 10 Experiences

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Woodville Palace, Raj Bhawan Road, Chota Shimla
DURATION 1 Day
DEPARTURE TIME 9:00 AM (Please arrive at least 20 minutes before the schedule.)
Capacity 1 Person per Booking
INCLUDED
Trained Professional Mountain Bikes
Route Map
NOT INCLUDED
Food
Transportation

Map

About the Experience

  • Biking colonial town of Shimla
  • 15 km of ride
  • Detailed introduction of each building
  • Trained biking expert/historian

 

Embraced with some of the finest architectural styles, resting on the hill slopes, Shimla, truly is ‘Queen of Hills’. Discovered in early 1800’s by East Indian company, the town became the summer capital of British India in 1864 and India was ruled from this lovely hill station till the independence of country in 1947.

Still peeping through its colonial buildings with wide panorama of snow-clad Himalaya, a ride through the town unfolds the glory of the bygone era.

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Sanjay Verma

I am a native of Shimla and I was educated in the town. My frequent visits to my village brought me closer to the nature, rich culture and the sense of appreciation I have held since my childhood. After completing my academics, I started an an Adventure Consultancy in Shimla, worked for Oberoi Group as an Naturalist/Historian and presently working at a travel and tour agency as Product Manager. This all allows me to guide travellers from all around the globe in North Indian Himalayas.

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