Chakrata is a hill station in the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand, India. It is located in the Doon Valley, on the lower slopes of the Sivalik Hills, and is surrounded by dense forests. Chakrata is a picturesque hill station in Uttarakhand, surrounded by the magnificent Himalayan range. This tiny and picturesque hill resort, nestled in the Dehradun area, is best renowned for its solitude and breathtaking views. Chakrata is not a particularly popular vacation spot, thus it is free of tourist crowds and noises. It is a small hill town near Dehradun, Uttarakhand, famed for its coniferous forest, hikes, caverns, and ancient temples. It is located at an elevation of 6948 feet. Chakrata is becoming a famous camping area, with mountain climbing being one of the most popular sports. Chakrata is a military cantonment with strong entry restrictions, and foreign visitors are prohibited from entering. It is notable for being the permanent garrison of the clandestine and elite Special Frontier Force, commonly known as "Establishment 22" (dubbed "Two-Two"), the Indian Army's only ethnic Tibetan force, which was established following the Sino-India War of 1962.