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Shivapuri Hill Hike
7:00 am onward Saturday July 30, 2016
Shivapuri Hill, Kathmandu, Central Region, Nepal

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Event Date: 30 July, 2016

Meeting Point: Shivapuri National Park Gate (We will be waiting at Budhanilkantha Temple to show the way)

Participation fee: Rs.500 per person (for new participants include HFN attractive t-shirt, plus 56 National Park fee)

Rs. 56 per person ( National Park Fee)


Fee includes: 

Guided Hike

First aid kits for emergency.


Please book your seats now by calling on following numbers.

Ganesh Sharma -9851014616,

Dinesh Sharma - 9851192705,

Office: 014266559


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How to get there: Drop off at Budanilkantha Micro Bus Stop. You will get local bus/micro from Bhirkutimandap bus stop or NAC. if you are going via rign road, drop at Chakrapath Narayan Gopal chowk and take regular bus to Budhanilkantha. Walk ahead towards Budhanilkantha Temple. Our Team will meet you in front of Temple. Please contact Mr Dinesh Paudel at 9841178536 or Ghanshyam Sharma at 9851192705 in case of any emergency.

Starting Time: 7:00 A.M (Sharp)

Duration: Approx. 7 hours

Grade: Medium

Weather : Some sun with a couple of showers and thunderstorm are expected on the day. We advise you to bring a raincoat and wear comfortable light hiking/running shoes. 

Hiking Essentials 

●Light trekking shoes

●Rain coat/ Umbrella 

●Water (2 litre minimum) 

●Packed Lunch (Put fruits, juice, chocolate, homemade food etc)

●Hiking stick (optional) 



Overview of Shivapuri Hill: 

Located in the Northern part of Kathmandu valley, Shivapuri Narjun National Park lies about 12 Kilometer away from the center of capital city. The Shivapuri hill is the second highest hill near Kathmandu valley at an altitude o f2563m. It is the origination point of revered rivers, Bagmati and Bishnumati. Sprawled over 159 with dense forests it is home to 177 species of birds, including at least 9 threatened species, 102 species of butterflies with a number of rare and endangered species, and 129 species of mushroom. Several surveys have recorded the existence of Indian Leopards, Himalayan Black bears, deer, wild boar and many other precious animals in the park. Shivapuri is also one of the famous bird watching sites around Kathmandu valley, which records over 170 species of the birds.

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