Nice trail in the forest. No signs along the way so used maps.me. Continued to the panoramic view trail and then back to Nagarkot. A bit more than 3 hours in total.
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The start of the trail is well marked, but once on it, there are no other markers (that we saw)......so 2-3 times we weren't sure which way to go and just took what seemed to be the right way. Amazingly we ended up at the...More
Nagarkot commands one of the broadest views of the Himalayas in the Kathmandu valley (8 Himalayan ranges of Nepal out of 13 from here). The ranges include Annapurna range, Manaslu range, Ganesh himal range, Langtang range, Jugal range, Rolwalingrange, Mahalangur range (Everest range) and Numbur range with views of the Kathmandu valley and Shivapuri National Park. For those active nature lovers...More
I walked from Chisapani to Nagarkot in the beginning of September. You will pass through some dense forests and small villages. It's a 7-8 hour walk and you will enjoy every bit of it.
september/ october to february /march is the best time to go this place. we went this place from Pokhara. we have taken TAHALKA bus from Pokhara to Bhaktapur. cottage manager has sent a taxi to pick up us from bus stand. Mr. ramesh is very...More
The surroundings in Nagarkot are very nice, green mountains and valleys, pine forests, full of birds - still an unspoiled nature. June is the raining season, all trees and plants are very happy. The people are happy and friendly in spite of the poverty -...More
What a incredible view of sunrise from Nagarkot hill station. I went to Nagarkot for seeing a lifetime amazing view of Himalayas and beautiful sunrise comes from the Himalayan region. It was definetely worth to see if the weather is clear. I am lucky to...More
We got to know about this walk through tripadvisor and went for it. This will instantly take you to through the calm and serene pine forest. This pleasant walk will calm you down and if the sky is clear you will see the Nagarkot valley...More
Its not far from kathmandu (only 1.5hrs). People could feel the warmth of local people and also taste of local food.
We started the walk from the village (signposted). An easy walk, about 1.5 hrs. On reaching the road at the end, turn right and look for the 'Farmhouse' accommodation. The temple nearby is visible from the road. The deck had wonderful views and was a...More