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Chewa Barog, Kumar Hatti, Solan , 173229 | Show on Map
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Pine Hills Eco Camp can be reached from Barog Railway Station which is at a distance of 4 km.
This camp in Solan offers laundry service to its patrons.
Some of the amenities provided include bottled drinking water and bathroom with hot/cold water facility.
This camp has 17 tents each with basic amenities. Pine Hills Eco Camp provides facilities which include front desk, medical service, travel counter, wake-up calls and room service.Yadavindra Gardens (41 km), Chail Sanctuary (43 km) and Nepli Reserved Forest (50 km) are some tourist attractions located near the vicinity of this property.
This camp in Solan offers airport transfer to its patrons at an extra cost.
It can also be reached by Bus Stand (2 km) and Chandigarh Airport (62 km).
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by Kapsb10 on October 7, 2018
We had a training workshop in situ at the property which is situated in the forest area a couple of km of the Barog Solan highway. The last 500 metres is a comfortable walk through the forest to the campsite. It is run by a general retired from the Indian armed forces though the aesthetic is anything but army. The concern for the environment is evident everywhere. Accommodation is in tents, adequate for the location, with attached bathrooms and running water. Food at dinner was excellent. The obstacle course was interesting and required focus. Definitely a challenge for the fainthearted. HR people should put it on their list of places for off sites.
by Vivek M on July 22, 2018
Good huge tents, clean also. Good toilets in tent. Geyser. Good food. Manager Yashpal and owner Brigadier are both very amazing person. Other staff was also very good. Zip-line is safe and fun. Tracking of fun can not miss. Obstacle race is military grade we loved it.
by Motumotu on July 8, 2018
Pine Hills Eco camp is located just after the highest point of the road going past Barog. As the road goes past the HP tourist establishment keep your eyes open for a sharp turn on the left. An unpaved road of about a kilometer and a half takes you to a flat stretch of land where you can park the car and walk the rest of the way up to the camp. Call the camp as you start on the unpaved road so that they can send down some help to carry your baggage. The walking time from the car park area to the camp is about 15 minutes. The camp consists of tented accommodation with each tent having 6 to 8 beds with an attached bathroom with running hot and cold water and a western toilet. There is a separate tent for dining. Housed in a lush pine forest the camp is spacious with plenty of open area for walking around and other activities. There is a small obstacle course, a zipline, facilities for archery and so on. There is also a conference room should you need one. Short and long treks are organised for those interested. The staff is very helpful and well trained. There is a military precision in the services provided reflective of the Army General who has set up this camp. We had a memorable stay and would love to go back again and again.
by Ajay B on January 1, 2018
I have stayed in lot of camps but this was my worst experience Location - no view from camps, no lights on approach track Food:- good camping food but no hot cases to keep it warm, every time we got cold food Service:- poor Cleanliness:- dirty Value for money:- costly
by _anitakaul42 on September 19, 2017
Our group of 15 colleagues from Delhi found this place through the internet. Since the moment we landed at the camp, we were transported to a great oasis of tranquility. The jungle ambience may be found elsewhere but it was the personal attention to detail, great hospitality, home style food, and clean tented accommodation. Above all the camp manager Mr Yashpal reinforced the concept of Atithi Devo Bhava. Gen Singh helped our team reinforce the idea of teamwork, collaboration and focus on the task, through the outbound learning activities, which he himself supervised with army precision. We came back rejuvenated, senses rekindled and loaded with memories to cherish until we return again. Thank you
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