Zero Point

Zero Point, Almora: Address, Zero Point Reviews: 4/5

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Chirag
Singapore, Singapore7 contributions
Apr 2022
You can Rhododendron flowers on the way and also notice Pine and Deodar trees in between. Good hike.
Written 22 May 2022
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Backpacker's Life
New Delhi120 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
This is an average trek and nothing breathtaking at the end of it. Its not a strenous trek and hence one can easily make it but anyone with walking problems should avoid it. If you are staying at the KMVN TRH then you dont even need to make the trek to see the snow clad mountains. The KMVN TRH terrace has the same view. All in all a pretty avoidable place
Written 15 April 2022
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982pradipb
Navi Mumbai, India409 contributions
Jan 2021
It's about 12 kms from the main gate of Binsar National Park. One has to make a pass for the entry by paying Rs 250/- for the car and Rs. 150/- for each visitor . One has to show Aadhar Card too . Beyond the gate it is about 10 kms drive on a narrow road and two kms moderate trek through the jungle . On reaching the top one gets an 180 degree view of the snow peaks . There is one KMVN Rest House close to the top . On the way Binsar Mahadev Temple lies on the right side . The temple is believed to be 800 years old , by the locals .
Written 7 February 2021
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Ankit
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India33 contributions
Dec 2020
Its a overhyped place. You will have a 2 kms simple trek to have a view of Snow clad mountains from a height. Thats it!
It would be good when snow and can enjoy the view and place. Nothing much to do there!
Just another tick in your travel checklist!
Written 30 December 2020
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chintukapadia
Mumbai, India90 contributions
Dec 2020
There are many points on the way where you can view beautiful Himalayas from and near Almora. There are no signages, trek is fun. But no facilities for senior citizens or for toilet over there.
Written 16 December 2020
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bettickner
Reading, UK8 contributions
Oct 2019
but you must get their early on a clear day. Typically this great view will cloud over, maybe by 1000. So if you walk, take a taxi or whatever be early. The path is wide through forest
Written 24 October 2019
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ROOPshila’S
Kota, India634 contributions
Oct 2019 • Couples
Rain gear and a local guide May be required . Simple walkable trail in the moist mossy tall trees . Verdant meadows, hidden pathways , abundant birds, camouflaged mammals add to the pristine beauty. Two KMVN / TRH motel kinda places , though the Khali Estate is evidently the upscale pride of the place to stay.

The Zero point needs maintenance , except ram- shackled dustbins there are no common signages or washrooms which is somewhat unnerving for Senior Citizens while trekking .However this in no way detracts from the beauty of the place .... the view of the sailing clouds in the azure skies wilt the glistening silvery horizon of the Himalyan ranges is breathtaking heavenly.
Written 19 October 2019
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Avinash Rathore
New Delhi, India33 contributions
Aug 2019
We visited this place with family. There is a trek through dense forest and walking through forest is amazing feeling.We even spotted wild dear on the way. Also saw many special plants which can cure stones in the kidney. Unfortunately after reaching the destination we couldn't see the Himalaya range due to clouds. But still it was worth going. Be cautious if you are going through your own vehicle, the roads are very scary at some point and if second vehicle comes in front then its a tough task to make way. Also its a wild life sanctuary so the entry fee is quite hefty. Would suggest to give a try to guest house inside sanctuary to stay.
Written 28 September 2019
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Pushkar Sinha
New Delhi, India419 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
The journey to the top of binsar national park is narrow and kachcha, so its advisable to hire a taxi and not drive on your own. The short trek to the zero point is through proper jungle, so its good but the point itself is very unnoticeable.
Written 27 August 2019
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121prem
New Delhi, India128 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
2km trek from kmvn.walkig in between dense forest is amazing experience.proper path there go silently so that can hear whispering birds.shaded area on the top .beautiful view of valley in mid of jungle.himalya can be seen if weather allowed.better to return before 6pm. For bird lovers better to hire guide.otherwise can go without any fear . No sign there but go through proper path.dustbins also available so pl put wrappers in that.v also pick many tofee n gutka plastic wrappers etc there on ground n put back in bin
Written 2 July 2019
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