Go on a perfect vacation to the hills around Chandigarh with Ola Outstation

There’s nothing better than a trip to idyllic hill stations to cool off. Are you planning a road trip soon?

To get you started, we have an offer.

Get 15% off upto Rs.250 on your first Ola Outstation ride. Use code: HOLIDAYS

We’ve saved you the trouble by listing out some of the most beautiful hill towns for you. Have a look.

  • Shimla (115 kms) Famous for its Mall Road, The Ridge, and Toy Train, Shimla is a hill station which is everyone’s favourite.
  • Kasauli (53 kms) This hilly cantonment town makes for a perfect holiday, away from the city rush
  • Nahan (83 kms) Nahan is ideal for a romantic getaway with its Shivalik mountain range and green fields.
  • Dehradun (170 kms) Located at the foothills of the Shivalik ranges, Dehradun is a delight for the trekkers
  • Tirthan Valley (115 kms) This picturesque valley overlooking the lofty Himalayas is well-known for trout fishing.
  • Narkanda (181 kms) Surrounded by forests, Narkanda is a sleepy little town in Shimla district, known for skiing
  • Mandi (184 kms) This hilly town is full of pine trees, deodar trees and tea plantation.
  • Solan (67 kms) Solan is a quiet hill station in the Himalayas ideal for travellers looking to trek
  • Mcleaodganj (247 kms) A picturesque hill station near Dharamshala, Mcleodganj has a heavy Tibetan culture and is a trekkers’ favourite.
  • Mussoorie (208 kms) Situated at an altitude of 6000 ft., Mussoorie is a popular hill station famous for its colonial heritage.
  • Rishikesh (214 kms) Located on the foothills of Himalayas, Rishikesh is the hub of many ancient temples and adventure sports
  • Auli (226 kms) Auli is sprinkled with apple orchards, oak trees and deodars and makes for a pleasant hill resort in the Himalayas

Book your ride today!

Terms & Conditions:

  • Applicable pan India
  • Available for 1 booking only
  • Ola reserves the right to modify/withdraw the offer at it’s own discretion


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