Quite a looker
Guardian's cricket writers share with us memories of the most beautiful cricket grounds they've been to.
Andy Wilson says about Dharamsala's HPCA Cricket Ground:
A cricket ground where a bowler can accurately be described as running in from the Himalayas end is clearly an unusual addition to the international circuit. The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association advertise their new stadium as "the most attractive ground in India", and that is not an idle boast. At an elevation of 4,110 feet, it will this weekend become the highest international ground in the world, and it is overlooked by the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas that includes snow-capped peaks three times higher. The air is crisp, Vultures and Eagles soar nearby, and the Dalai Lama has established his Tibetan Government in Exile just up the hill in Mcleodganj. Worcester it isn't.Also See: In Widescreen: Cricket in the countryside and A wide-angled look at cricket