“Hotel Snow Viewpoint” was in the solitude and as the name suggest the view was breathtaking. In no time, the cloud covers you, and in no time it goes away. It is scary, cold but fun and feelings kind of first time. Turned out we had the whole hotel to ourselves .There were only 10 rooms and we all just rushed in. The night was like a camping in the middle of nowhere for all of us. Just us and the hotel staff and no one in around 500 meters.
At the Snow Viewpoint, be ready to get the mesmerising viewpoint of the snow-clad peaks of the Himalayan range that will leave you spellbound. A peace seekers’ paradise, the peak is well connected by motorable roads. Tempted much? Some people also opt to trek to the point while enjoying the views of snow-capped hills of Nanda Kot and Nanda Devi. Maggi noodles lovers will love this place as the joy of digging in a hot bowl of spicy noodles cannot be described.
4.Trekking and observing the nature Click and observe the beauty of Nainital just by trekking the path. You can explore the local area on foot and get the glimpse of the best natural beauty. The roads surrounded by Oak, Pine, Sal, Deodar, and Surai looks remarkable. From the birds to the beautiful flowers, everything is so different and gripping that you can’t take your eyes off.
One of the best viewpoints in Nainital, the Snow View located at an altitude of 2270 m, Snow View offers spectacular views of the Naina Devi Peak. It provides amazing and picturesque views of the snow capped Himalayas with the major peaks like Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot and Trishul. Snow View Point is one of the most visited places by tourists for watching majestic Himalayas. Snow view point is well connected by road, but an adventurous ride in aerial rope-way from Mallital is always worth it.
perfect place to sight great serene landscape. one can see ranikhet and kaushani on a clear sunny day from here. Chaukhamba can also be viewed from here