Love visiting hills that have snowy peaks and greenery? The scenic shot of Yeh Jawaani hai Deewani was shot in Manali and we have somewhat similar thing in Nainital.
The spot is known as Land’s End. It is at a height of 2118 meters. Check it out!
Get A Panoramic View
To get a panoramic view, you can stand at the cliff at Land’s End. It is a breathtaking view of Kumaon range and the mesmerising Khurpa Lake or Khurpatal.
The beautiful view of the valley, with its lush greenery is truly a soul food. It is perfect for nature lovers and photographers.
So, the place is a kilometre away from Nainital’s Bara Patthar area. To reach, one can take a cab or auto-rickshaw up to Bara Patthar and then trek.
Also, horse ride up to the place is available too. The visit timings are from 5.30 AM to 6 PM. Because of high altitude, the weather is stunning.
On rainy days, it becomes slippery. And as it has no boundaries, this becomes risky.
The ‘lake city of India’, Nainital has many lofty mountain peaks like the Nanda, Deopatha and the Ayurpatha. Also, the seven meandering lakes of Nainital are Bhimtal, Sattal, Naukuchiatal, Khurpatal, Malwatal, Harishtal and Lokhamtal.
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