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Zero Point

Binsar National Park, Almora, India
+91 78320 34083
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Nice place to get beautiful views of the mountains

Zero Point is about 2 km walk from KMVN Tourist Rest House. No vehicle is allowed on this route... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
kamalkantgupta
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Ahmedabad, India
Good views but overrated

There is a drive of 8 kms within the forest followed by 2 kms of walk before you reach this place... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rags17
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New Delhi, India
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Binsar National Park, Almora, India
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Zero Point is about 2 km walk from KMVN Tourist Rest House. No vehicle is allowed on this route. The walk itself is wonderful. You can see various bird during the walk. A structure has been construed to get good views of the mountains.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is a drive of 8 kms within the forest followed by 2 kms of walk before you reach this place. The actual zero point has nothing except a watch tower. No food or drink available. The view does not offer much. There are trees...More

Thank Rags17
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Zero point gives an excellent view of the Himalayan Range and you will be astonished to see the view. Those were the words we heard from everyone but we knew that we cannot see anything due to cloud and smoke from forest fire. We...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A trip to Binsar sanctuary in incomplete without visit of this lovely place located at 2450 met altitude. From Forest Rest house you need to trek around 2km in the mist of dense forest of Oak . Those loving to trek or nature tourism will...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After reading mixed reviews i was skeptical to go but having bothing to do in and around Binsar, thought of giving it a try. It is on the top of the binsar bird/ wlidlife sanctury. You have to buy entrance ticket @150/adult 75/child & 250-350...More

Thank Rakesh37
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This place is nearly 2 kms walk / trek from the Binsar Sanctuary TRH (Tourist Rest House). I visitied tihis place along with my family during the second week of May. Alas, it didn't meet the expectations, instead on the next day while travelling to...More

Thank Amiyangshu P
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Its a walk of around 2 kms from the Binsar parking place. Basically a tower to stand and view the himalayas. If there is snow and clear skies then the view and pictures will be absolutelt breathtaking. Its a good hike trip with friends inyo...More

Thank MANOJDELHI1972
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Must only b for those who r into treking ..please dont visit if ur kid is small or cnt walk long...wont able to see a single peak of mountain or animal as it was summer ..

Thank shankis2018
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Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

The walk up the trail is good and wonderful sighting of birds all the way.A paradise for bird watchers.The scence from zero point is breathtaking but please start early on a clear day to view the Mighty and breathtaking Himalayan ranges.

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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

If you are a nature lover and love adventure sports this is the right place. Walk up to the zero point is nice calm and picturesque. Cool breeze all the way. Adventurous because the 10km drive from the Forest check post upto the parking is...More

Thank Sharad K
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Ankit003
8 November 2017|
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Response from Karan Singh B | Reviewed this property |
there is no problem , however try and avoid roaming around in the dark .
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Poonam J
19 April 2017|
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Response from SantanuB11 | Reviewed this property |
Let us be clear. The zero point under consideration is in Sikkim. There are at least two zero points in Indian Tourism. The one referred is near Yumthang. Been to both ZPs. It is not advisable to visit all three viz.Mount... More
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