Just about 7 km, away from the west side of the Ridge, are the silent Chadwick Falls that hide clear of the Summer Hills in Shimla. The falls span at a distance of 2 km from the Summer Hills, which is ahead of the falls. The altitude from which these falls plunge down is a good figure of 1,586 m. The current gorges of the Chadwick Falls are silent and quiet. But a few centuries ago, the thrusting water roared over here and the roars echoes from all directions. The current Chadwick Falls are at a location where once there existed a site of aquatic exhibition by nature.
There are regular airway services from Delhi - Shimla - Kullu that are operated by Indian Airlines. By rail, Shimla and Kalka are well connected. From Chandigarh, Delhi and Mandi there are regular buses, coach vehicles, cabs and also private vehicles that run on the route which is accessible to the Chadwick Falls.