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“A small trek in crisp air”
Review of Zero Point

Zero Point
Ranked #4 of 21 things to do in Almora
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

The place offers a 3 km trek (1.5 up and down) set in a forest with not so steep paths. Tough no wild Animal is visible here you can visit it for the fresh air and views on offer. The trek starts next to KMVN property which has food options available. These are limited and have timings applicable. We were there around lunch time so only Thali was being served at 250rs..not even tea was available at that time. The evening snacks start after 4:30. Taxis are allowed up til this point and have an entry fee of 150 pp plus cab charges of 250 (including drivers charge).

Took us 2 hours at a leisurely pace to complete the trek. We carried our own water and eatables.

Thank Ankitfrenz
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Reviewed 5 March 2018

You have to under go a small 2 or 2.5 Km trek one way from KMVN TRH. Trek is easy and good experience to walk through entire forest and hilly area.
Here small structure is made up to seat and enjoy himalaya mountain views.
Very peaceful place, chilled air - weather and superb snow peaked mountain views in all the directions that you can hardly imagine.
No food or any commercial shops at this attraction, which happens rarely and that only has kept it intact. So, carry something with you to and have it there by seating for hours.

Thank Manoj_Makwana
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Reviewed 31 January 2018

a 1.5 km trek from the binsar TRH takes you to zero point which is the highest point in binsar and offers astounding views of the himalayan ranges viz. nanda devi, trishul etc. being at such a height this is much colder and you definitely need caps and muffler.

3  Thank Dishaa S
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Reviewed 28 January 2018

here you will get yourself deep with nature treat . sidesing is the best thing to do .
serving good traditional foods

Thank DanuAdventure
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Reviewed 9 January 2018

Although it is highly unlikely to sight a wild animal from here but the view of sunset and sunrise is awesome. The walk through the jungle to this point from out hitel was also great

Thank 968raunaq
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